Jay Woelfel's LIVE EVIL
The official website for Jay Woelfel's Live Evil is now partly functional.
The screenplay for Live Evil was written by Woelfel, apparently based on a story by Lance Polland, Lenny Lenox, and Vito Trabucco. The movie stars Tim Thomerson, Mark Hengst (he's also in Mauro Borrelli's Haunted Forest), Osa Wallander (a.k.a. Åsa Wallander; she's also in Randy Greif's The Three Trials), Kimberly Sanders, Gregory Lee Kenyon, Eva Derrek, Chuck Williams, Hawk Younkins, Lee Perkins, Clint James, Mark Terry, Mark A. Nash, David Ament, Jim Terry, Sue Terry, Al Cortez, and Dan Gidez.
Here's a synopsis for Live Evil from the official website for the movie: "A Hunter dressed in black. This cowboy-hat-wearing, samurai-sword-wielding Priest (Tim Thomerson) is on a quest for blood. Vampire blood. He's out for revenge on a 'clique' of four vampires who are traveling across country in search of 'pure blood'. The human blood stream has become polluted by drugs, alcohol, AIDS, diabetes, anti-depressants, cigarettes - anything that changes the blood even a small amount makes it undrinkable for vampires, who, like hi-performance automobiles, need 'hi test' fuel = blood in order to survive. This has started a sort of underground civil war between various groups of vampires, and vampires themselves have mutated due to the pollution of their life blood. 'Live Evil' is what is written on playing cards left behind on the bodies of dead vampires that this mysterious Priest/Hunter leaves in his wake as he gets closer and closer to our main group of vampires."
Live Evil official website
MySpace: Live Evil official page
ScreenAnarchy: Live Evil previous article (May 30, 2006)
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Haunted Forest trailer (downloadable 7.2 MB MOV file)
Haunted Forest official subsite
ScreenAnarchy: Haunted Forest article (November 4, 2006)
The Three Trials trailer #1 (downloadable 10.7 MB MOV file)
The Three Trials trailer #2 (downloadable 11.1 MB MOV file)
The Three Trials official website
MySpace: The Three Trials official page
ScreenAnarchy: The Three Trials article (November 9, 2006)