Bloody Bible Camp – Updates and News!

Bloody Bloody Bible Camp is finally out on DVD and just expanded its cable Video-On-Demand release to over 85 million homes in the USA & Canada.

BBBC can now be watched on Cox, Comcast, Bright House, Time Warner, Verizon FIOS, ATT U-Verse, Rogers, and many more cable systems, as well as iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon Instant Video.

The DVD can be purchased on the shelves at Family Video Stores and online at Amazon and all other major online retailers.
The heavily-anticipated Limited-Edition Retro 80’s VHS is out now exclusively from Cult Movie Mania

The Los Angeles Premiere will be FRIDAY NIGHT, October 26 SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SCREENING at the LA Horror Fest. And Tim Sullivan, Reggie Bannister, & Ron Jeremy will be in attendance signing autographs!!

And we finally have the new Bloody Bloody Bible Camp Trailer just the way the Director Vito Trabucco wanted it!! Enjoy!!
http://youtu.be/jZuOR8GIq0Q

Upcoming screenings include:
Oct. 20, 2012 – Flint Horror Con
Oct. 26, 2012 – Minnesota – Gore Fest
Oct. 26, 2012 – Los Angeles – MIDNIGHT SCREENING – LA Horror Fest (LA Premiere) Tim Sullivan, Reggie Bannister, & Ron Jeremy will be in attendance signing autographs!!

JUST ADDED:
Bloody Bloody Bible Camp and Cult Movie Mania will have a table at the Spooky Empire Ultimate Horror Weekend Oct. 26 – 28 In Orlando, Florida, selling DVD’s and VHS’s
Bloody Bloody Bible Camp serves as “a throwback to the slasher flicks of the 80’s and finds beloved genre icon Reggie Bannister (Phantasm) as Bible Camp counselor Father Dick Cummings, who protects his young flock from stalking serial killer Sister Mary Chopper, played by writer/director Sullivan (2001 Maniacs, Chillerama), taking a turn in front of the camera. Rounding out the mix is adult film superstar Ron Jeremy (Boondock Saints) as no less than the son of God himself, Lord Jesus Christ!”

Making his feature film debut, co-writer/director Trabuco promises a wild, offensive ride. “My co-writer/producer Shelby McIntire and I grew up on Porky’s and Friday the 13th,” stated Trabucco, “and I know that an audience for these kinds of films still exists. Films with gory killings, wanton nudity and Ron Jeremy as Jesus! Hopefully, God has a sense of humor.”

“When Reggie called and asked me to play Sister Mary Chopper,” says Tim Sullivan, “my first thought was that Kane Hodder had said ‘no,’ and it turned out that I was right. Having always dreamed of playing a slasher slaughtering naked teens at a summer camp, how could I turn down the offer? I just never thought I’d be doing it in a stuffed bra and nun’s habit. It’s an outrageous little throwback to the kind of slasher flicks our generation all devoured back in the proverbial day. Oh, yeah. I take a turn in front of the cameras playing transsexual killer nun Sister Mary Chopper (!) Hey, we ain’t talking THE EXORCIST here, we’re talking a cool little, unassuming flick made for peanuts by passionate filmmakers who are bucking the studio system and self distributing directly to fans in a drastically changing market place. It’s hands-on filmmaking of those doing it for the thrill and love of horror cinema (God knows nobody did this for the bucks! Lol! You think wearing a dress, falsies and a blinding devil mask in 100 degree heat is FUN? Lol).”

Tickets for LA Screening:

New Trailer:
http://youtu.be/jZuOR8GIq0Q

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