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This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Highly Strung,’ ‘The Boy,’ ‘The First Monday In May,’ ‘X-Men: Apocalypse,’ and ‘The Meddler’. This episode also contains interviews with Lauren Cohan, Rupert Evans, Bryan Singer, Sophie Turner, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Ray Boseley (Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em), Daniel Armstrong (Sheborg Massacre) and Daisy Masterman (Sheborg Massacre).

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Sheborg Massacre

With new Australian sci-fi film Sheborg Massacre about to get its public debut. Subculture Entertainment’s Dave Griffiths decided to catch up with the film’s director, Daniel Armstrong and one of the stars of the film, Daisy Masterman, to chat about how much heart and soul went into this film.

Make sure you grab your ticket to the Sheborg Massacre premiere on July 4th at Lido Cinemas… listen to the interview for all the details.

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This week on The Good The Bad The Ugly Film Show Adam, Dave, Greg and Nick take a look at new release films ‘Exists’, ‘Maps To The Stars,’ ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,’ ‘Rock The Casbah,’  and ‘The Dark Horse′ . Dave and Greg also take a look at two films screening at Monsterfest this week ‘Honeymoon’ and ‘There’s Something In The Pilliga’. This episode also contains an interviews with Robert Pattinson, Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Angus Sampson, Hugo Weaving, Neil Foley, Daniel Armstrong and Iqbal Barkat

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From Parts Unknown

Strongman Pictures have just released the new teaser trailer for the upcoming World Premiere of From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl.The teaser trailer features music from Horrorcore musician KidCrusher.

From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl, directed by Daniel Armstrong, will be having its World Premiere on the 10th of January at the Thornbury Theatre (859 High St, Thornbury, VIC 3071).

From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl tells the story of Charlie.  After watching her Daddy die in the ring, she sets out to become a wrestler in his memory. The only things stopping her are a disapproving boyfriend, a demanding day job and a soul-crushing boss – whose corporate shenanigans threaten to unleash hordes of zombies upon the earth! Charlie has no choice up to open up a can of whoop-ass and take these murderous Jabronis for a stroll down smack down boulevard!

From Parts Unknown: Fight Light a Girl details:
DATE: Sat 10th of January 2015
TIME:  6.00pm – ‘Till Late
VENUE: Thornbury Theatre, 859 High St, Thornbury, VIC 3071

Tickets can be purchased from http://thornburytheatre.oztix.com.au/?Event=47438
No tickets will be sold at the event.

You can view the From Parts Unknown: Fight Like A Girl teaser trailer below.

From Parts Unknown

After a production spanning almost a decade, Strongman Pictures Entertainment in association with PCWe is proud to announce the World Premiere of From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl on the 10th of January 2015 at the Thornbury Theatre. The screening will be accompanied by a set from The Mercy Kills and live pro wrestling.

From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl tells the story of Charlie.  After watching her Daddy die in the ring, She sets out to become a wrestler in his memory. The only things stopping her are a disapproving boyfriend, a demanding day job and a soul-crushing boss – whose corporate shenanigans threaten to unleash hordes of zombies upon the earth! Charlie has no choice up to open up a can of whoop-ass and take these murderous Jabronis for a stroll down smack down boulevard!

On October 6th 2006, 85 people came together for a 42 day shoot that spanned more than 6 months. The film went into production with less than $5,000, no director of photography, no editor, no composer, no sound designer, and no access to any kind of post-production facility. Add disappearing investors and a rouge department head running up excessive “research” costs. These difficulties would lead to seven years plus of post-production hell. A bad deal with the wrong people ultimately left the filmmakers without any sound files. With no more money and no resources left to salvage the film From Parts Unknown had to be shelved – indefinitely.

Fast-forward a few years and the director’s life took an unexpected turn – he accidently made an international cult film. What started off as a short film, turned into a web series, turned into a feature film and finally became The World’s First Roller Derby Slasher Movie: MurderDromeMurderDrome has headlined two film festivals and been distributed in Australia, New Zealand, The UK, Ireland, the USA and Canada and inspired over 50 fan organised screenings all over the world. This success gave From Parts Unknown a second wind and the filmmakers went back to the source material and rebuilt the film from scratch!

So I just had to make that film, lose it, make another film, then make FPU again to get her there. I do sure hope someone likes it.’ – Director, Daniel Armstrong
From Parts Unknown: Fight Light a Girl World Premiere details:
Date: Sat 10th of January 2015
Time:  7.00pm – ‘Till Late
Venue: Thornbury Theatre, 859 High St, Thornbury, VIC 3071

Tickets can be purchased from http://thornburytheatre.oztix.com.au/?Event=47438
No tickets will be sold at the event.