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Films produced by Happy Cloud Pictures

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The Resurrection Game

Happy Cloud Pictures’ first feature film was a “zombie-noir” shot on 16mm film. It’s gone on to have a worldwide cult following! In a world where the dead walk and get in the way, a private detective teams up with a scientist and a pair of colorful zombie exterminators to uncover a global conspiracy so dark and far-reaching that zombies are the least of the problems. Stars Amy Lynn Best and Ray Yeo, with special appearances by Jasi Cotton Lanier and Debbie Rochon. SPECIAL FEATURES: Official 10th Anniversary edition, Audio Commentaries, New documentary “Necromaniacs: 10 Years of The Resurrection Game,” trailers. Signed by Amy Lynn Best and Mike Watt. $10.00

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Splatter Movie: The Director’s Cut

An independent film crew arrives at a haunted attraction to shoot a low-budget slasher movie, unaware that they are being stalked and murdered by a killer masquerading as one of the crew. This latest production from Happy Cloud Pictures, simultaneously an homage and a deconstruction of the horror genre, is a mind-bending, gut-wrenching slasher pic where the line between film and reality blurs-then disappears entirely! Starring and directed by Amy Lynn Best, also starring Tom Sullivan (“The Evil Dead”), Sofiya Smirnova, Alyssa Herron. Special Effects by Eric Molinaris (“Rampage”). Boasts the music of “The Cornbugs” featuring Buckethead and Bill (“The Devil’s Rejects”) Moseley.  Signed by Amy Lynn Best and Mike Watt. $10.00

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 Razor Days

Razor Days is a grim story of survival and revenge set in the very real world. Starring Amy Lynn Best (A Feast of Flesh), Debbie Rochon (The Colour from the Dark) and Bette Cassatt (ThinkGeek), Razor Days tells the story of three women, each a survivor of horrific violence, who bond together first for support and then to exact revenge on those responsible for their horrific pasts, including a group of cannibalistic “weekend warriors”.

Special Limited Edition Signed/Numbered DVD only available through Happy Cloud Media, LLC. $20.00 (free shipping) – LIMITED QUANTITIES

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 Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation

Two nerdy college coeds get the best of a popular sorority when they are granted a wish by the seductive demons that run a local bowling alley. The wish goes horribly, horribly wrong. An homage to classic 1980s horror comedies from Freed Olen Ray, David DeCoteau and Jim Wynorski – and starring the original ’80s scream queen Brinke Stevens. SPECIAL FEATURES: Two commentary tracks, behind the scenes featurette, bloopers, trailers, Easter egg, and bonus short “prequel” entitled “The Night We Didn’t Discuss Myra Breckinridge” starring cult phenomenon Bill Homan. Signed by Amy Lynn Best and Mike Watt. $10.00

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BOOKS and MAGAZINES

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From filmmaker and journalist Mike Watt comes a new collection of essays focusing on more than 70 “underseen” films. These include “lost” films like Johnny Depp’s directorial debut, “The Brave“; “Don’s Plum“, the film that Leo DiCaprio sued to hide from the public; Mauritzio Nichetti’s sexy live-action/animated comedy “Volere Volare“; and “The Ghastly Love of Johnny X“, the last 35mm black ‘n white science fictional musical ever made! Selecting movies from all over the world, these are titles that every film lover needs to know about! (320 pages, 2nd Edition, revised for 2015.) – Signed edition just $15.00 (free shipping)

“If you’ve not read this book, then you’re not a film connoisseur. Do yourself a service and pick up Watt’s latest effort. Do it now – and you might learn something.” – Dr. Rhonda Baughman

“An essential guide to around 70 movies that are seldom discussed by other publications. Mike Watt exposes the reader to some wonderfully obscure and seldom seen films. Anyone into cinema should check this out. Granted, these films aren’t for everyone, but Mike uncovers some gritty gems here, maybe gems that the actors involved didn’t want anyone to see. With all the generic pablum being fed to mainstream audiences, this is a movie buffs wet dream. Written by a man who knows film. Check it out.” – 42nd Street Pete, Grindhouse Purgatory, 8mm Madness, and Gunfighters of the Drunken Master.

“Great reference guide for a lot of films that don’t make it into reference guides.”  – Doug Waltz, Divine Exploitation

“Michael started young, coloring outside the Lines and now he’s operating outside the Law of Moviedome. Congratulations!” Bill Johnson (Texas Chain Saw Massacre II)

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From filmmaker and journalist Mike Watt comes a the long-awaited SEQUEL to the beloved Movie Outlaw collection. Brand new collection of essays focusing on another 70 “undeservedly underseen” films, such as, “Crazy Moon” starring a pre-star Keifer Sutherland; Frank Henenlotter’s hilarous “Frankenhooker“; the all-star “Jane White is Sick and Twisted“; Terry Southern’s “The Magic Christian“, starring Peter Sellars and Ringo Starr; Peter Jackon’s non-Hobbit forming “Meet the Feebles“; Michael A. Simpson’s purgatory classic “Impure Thoughts“; Paul Morressey’s “Spike of Bensonhurst“, Richard Rush’s “The Stunt Man“; Clive Barker’s long-mishandled and newly revived “Nightbreed“; Brian DePalma’s rock operetta “Phantom of the Paradise“, Will Vinton’s Claymation Classic “The Adventures of Mark Twain“; the disturbing TOETAG Pictures’ “The Redsin Tower”; and the late underground filmmaker Andy Copp’s disturbing “The Atrocity Circle“. We also slap around Disney’s atrocity, “The Lone Ranger” (while simultaneously trying to redeem “The Legend of the Lone Ranger“. Selecting movies from all over the world, with budgets large and small, we salute these underdogs once again! (392 pages; Signed edition just $15.00 (free shipping)

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Filmmaker and journalist Mike Watt brings another entry into the beloved, revered, and downright worshipped Movie Outlaw collection. Brand new collection of essays focusing on another 50 “undeservedly underseen” films, including: Alex de la Iglesia’s “Accion Mutante“; French gangster romp “Borsalino“; Philippe de Broca’s adaptation of “Le Bossu“; Ralph Bakshi’s “Heavy Traffic“; Charles Swenson’s “Down and Dirty Duck”, Richard Williams’ “The Thief and the Cobbler“; Eric Stanze’s “Scrapbook”; the David Bowie WWII drama “Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence”; the marvelously unpleasant “The Sinful Dwarf“; learn what the story is in “Lovers and Other Strangers“; the mind-bending “Performance“; the joyous “Muppets Most Wanted“; the mysterious Jon Voight-starring “Legend of Simon Conjurer“; the ideal Scream Queen film “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama“; the “Rocky Horror sequel/equal” “Shock Treatment“; the all-star pirate adventure “Yellowbeard“; and many, many more! This volume also boasts interviews with Academy Award Winner Jon Voight and an all-new interview with legendary director and animator Ralph Bakshi! (352 pages; Signed edition $15.00 (free shipping)

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EXPLOITATION NATION

exnat1Exploitation NationPremiere Issue! Welcome to a brand new publication spotlighting the weird, wonderful world of “exploitation films”. With a definition as diverse as the films that fall into that category, the sky is the limit for E.N. In this premiere issue, William J. Wright interviews “Ilsa” herself, Dyanne Thorne; Mike Watt presents “lost” interviews with Clive Barker and his “Saint Sinner” stars, Mary Mara and Rebecca Harrell. Plus everyone’s favorite: a large review section! Then we sit back and discuss everyone’s favorite sub-genre: the Lesbian Vampire Film. All this and more in Exploitation Nation #1. (80 pages; $5.99 + $2.99 shipping – free shipping if you buy both issues!)

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Exploitation Nation is back with our second issue! All about cryptids of the cinema: Bigfoot, Nessie, The Mothman, The Yeti, The Pope Lick Monster – we got ’em all! Well, most. The monsters and the movies that love them. Also this issue, journalist Mike Watt takes a look back at his time covering 2009’s “Sorority Row“. Plus, bidding a sad and fond farewell to George A. Romero. Pick up Exploitation Nation #2 today! (80 pages; $5.99 + $2.99 shipping – free shipping if you buy both issues!) Buy Now Button

 

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