English: "Bloodhead" / "The Curse of Bloodhead" / "The Creature of The Sunny Side Up Trailer ParK".
Premiere: 2003. No date yet. Shown at the Toronto International Film Festival: Monday, September 8th, 2003 10:00 PM at The Famous Players Paramount Theater.
Director: Christopher Coppola. Screenplay: Adrienne Stout-Coppola. Story: Christopher Coppola. CAST: • ANDRE WARE [ Donnie Daniels ]. • STEVE "CHICKENBONE" HEDDEN [ Doug Mccoy ]. • FRANK GORSHIN [ Burdus Hule ]. • BERNIE KOPELL [ Percy Wells ]. • FORT ATKINSON [ Leon ]. • T'KEYAH CRYSTAL KEYMAH [ Tanya ]. • ANDRE MARCUS [ Jackson ]. Also Starring: • LYNDA CARTER [ Lynnette ]. Special Appearance: • SHIRLEY JONES [ Charlotte Burnell ].
Rest of Cast [ In Order of Appearance ]:
Gene Feldman [Mailman] / Taylor Sutherland [Rasta White Kid] / Tom Holiday [Rasta White Kid] / Nic Stamoulis [Corey] / Philip Wofford [Troy] / Bruce James [George] / Jack Frazier [Ray] / Stephanie Dees [Roxie] / William Francis Mcguire [Sheriff Vargas] / Jack Jozefson [Mack] / Jim Cody Williams [Billy Floyd] / Adrienne Stout-Coppola [Sunny] / Carl Bridge [Burdus] / Mack Stout [Burdus] / Dave Ortegon [Camel Jockey] / Joy Coppola [Cult Member] / Raymond John Roberts [Cult Member] / Louise Vogelsang [Cult Member] / Joyce Daisy Crane [Cult Member]. The Boo Yaa Tribe: Godfather, Mr. Kobra, Monsta O, Ganxsta Ridd, Young Gawtti, Murder One. In “Texas Vampire Massacre”: Gustav Vintas [Professor Beltran] / India Brookover-Coleman [Katie] / Remington James [Violinist] / Reagan John [Violinist] / Henry Czerny [Masked Cop] / Holgie Forrester [Mrs. Stout] / Jeanette O’Connor [Cowgirl Barbecue Guest] / Bailey Coppola [Justin, The Finger Boy] / Kelcey Jean [Vampiress] / Peter Kors [The Flying Dutchman].
Director: Christopher Coppola / Screenplay: Adrienne Stout-Coppola / Story: Christopher Coppola / Co-Executive Producers: Peter Wessel, Wayne Kurzeja / Supervising Producer: Richard H. Prince / Executive Producer: Elyse Meredith / Producers: Alain Silver, Christopher Coppola / Casting: Gennette Tondino, Ted Warren / Production Designer: Rando Schmook / Music: Ernest Troost / Creature Design: Todd Masters / Title Montage: Jack Cardiff, A.S.C. / Editor: Robert Gordon / Director Of Photography: Andrew Giannetta / Production Managers: Richard H. Prince, Alain Silver / First Assistant Director: Daniel Coffie / Second Assistant Directors: Todd Hilyard, Rick Feder / Post Production Supervisor: Michael Jason Rosen / Visual Effects Supervisor: John Allison / Costume Designer: Kristin Einarsson / Art Director: Norman Merrill / Production Executive For Plastercity: Adrienne Stout-Coppola / Executive Assistant To Christopher Coppola: Evelyn Belasco / Executive Assistant To Elyse Meredith: Colleen Coleman / Production Supervisor: Scott Fort / Production Attorney: Frank J. Gruber / 2nd 2nd Assistant Directors: Lynn Struiksma, Jessy Melowicz-Barbour / Additional 2nd Assistant Director: Apirada Ann Rakpraja / Script Supervisors: Kristine Kelly, Gabi Endicott / Additional Script Supervisors: Laurie Esser, Becky Claassen, Dawn “D.D.” Dreiling, Robin Bianchi / Los Angeles Production Coordinator: Lisa S. Beaseley / Production Accountant: Tawni Fritz-Mcalpine / Payroll Accounting: Charles P. Buscemi / DGA Trainees: Larry D. Katz, Mev Blount, Harmony Gosbee, Deborah Greaney, C. Andrew Hall, Carrie Urzua, Robin Willey / Location Managers: Chase Newhart, Rick Feder / Assistant Location Managers: Brent Carlson, Andrea K. Morrissy / Office Production Assistants: Kersten Hiday, Michael Moran, Tobin Felfe, Joe Dornich / Key Set Production Assistant: Weston Norton / Set Production Assistants: Ron Najor, Ming Jin Woo, Steve Tumlinson, April D. Cole, Mike Garcia, Ryan Heusser, Ronald Heusser, Rickey Nilsen, Delia D. Nilsen, David Stanley, Rebecca Starr Lemaitre, Evan Watkins / Assistant To The Producers: Mickey Bale, Weston Norton, Assistants To Mr. Coppola: Joey Perez, Tanya Mayeux, Leslie Perlow / Assistants To Elyse Meredith: Ryan Wilt, Bruce Palmer, Otto Arsenault / Second Unit Directors: Scott Barbour, Andrew Giannetta, Alain Silver, Merritt Yohnka / 2nd Unit First Assistant Director: Chase Newhart / 2nd Unit First Assistant Director: Danny Irom / Set Decorator: Lisa Robinson / Construction Coordinator: Andy Scales / Storyboard: Artist Victor Perez / On-Set Dressers: Ryan Bear, Dupree Dial / Set Dressers: Coy Lawson, Eddie Tamayo, Ken Carriveau, Terry Hargis, Joe Monaco, Ari Harati / 2nd Unit On-Set Dresser: Orion Vittorio Cox / Graphics Designer: Andy Takajian / Lead Person: Christopher Wright, Lead Person, Los Angeles Coy Lawson, Swing David L. Bell / Construction Foreman: Donald M. Julson / Set Painter: Gwinn Alderson / Property Master: Michelle Spears / Assistant Props: Christopher A. Schultz / Propmakers: Terry Harsha Jr., Tyler James, Robert Bundschuh, Brandon Birrer, Dennis Burns / Animal Trainer: Tom Roach / Security For Mr. Coppola: Joe Dalu, Karl Hennicke, Nick Kontaratos / Special Effects Coordinator: Jor Van Kline / Special Effects Foreman: Joe Andreas / Special Effects Assistants: Sandro Moro, T.J. Lewis, Sandy Stewart, Dean W. Welch, Nikki Amorisono, David Gallion, Frank L. Pope, Tim Gospadnetich, William Kennedy, Timothy T. Paul, Thomas Seymour, James Staples, Charles Cooley / Special Visual Advisor: Mark Kohl / Steadi-Cam Operator: John Blenkhorn / Camera Operator: Jeff Baustert / “B” Camera Operators: Andre Gabriel Martinez, Steven “Manny” Mann / Additional Steadi-Cam Operator: Eric Fletcher / Additional Camera Operators: Ed Barger, Erin-Bruce Cook, David J. Frederick S.O.C. / Assistant Camera Operator: Robert Shierer / 1st Assistant Camera Operators: Greg Williams, Cullen Lockwood, Meggins Spek, Robert Stenger, Dave Schrei-
ber, Larry Nielsen / Additional 1st Assistant Camera: James Maxtone Graham, Ryan Jay, Carlos De Varona, Christian W. Cobb, Michel A. Pacifici, Marie Pedersen, Justin Quach, Sacha N. Riviere, Rob A. Saliamonas, Stefan Tarzah, Kit D. Kalionzes / 2nd Assistant Camera: Cale Finot, Tomoka “Tommy” Izumi, Alfredo “Freddy” Rosado, Marshall L. Rao, Frederick Iannone, Blake H. Scripps, John Vetter, Camera Utility Ian Vertovec, Michael Cioni, 1st Assistant “C” Camera-Power Pod: Mark Davis / Spyder Cam Coordinator: Earl Wiggins / Spyder Cam Technicians: Ben Britten, Tim Drnec, “Hammer”, Steven F. Heuer, William Kent / Spyder Cam Assistant: Holly Sorenson / Still Photographer: Joel Argenti / Sound Mixer: John C. Taylor C.A.S. / Boom Operator: Speed Ratliff / Additional Boom Operators: Monroe Cummings, Gerard Vernice / Additional Sound Mixer: Lori Dovi / Utility Sound: Steven Hitselberger / Department Head Make-Up-Hair: Soo Jin Yoon / Key Make-Up: Melanie Mills-Bell / Additional Make-Up: Erin Wooldridge, Lisa Berns / Effect Make-Up Art: Anthony / Key Hair Stylist: Connie Kallos / Additional Hair Stylist: Randy Sayer / Gaffers: John Peirce, Keith Morgan, Ed Bernstein, Jeff Barco / Best Boys Electric: Tak Matsuda, Gregory Mceachen / Electricians: Luke Kalarickal, David Hagadorn, Taku Okuno, Red Sinclair, Rachel Wells, Sean “Fingers” Hourihan, Roscoe, Ryan Huston, Scott Romsos, Shay Funk, Rocky A Buzzini, John T. Leonetti, Craig Stout / Rigging Best Boy: Charles Lenz / Rigging Electricians: Barry Gross, William “Cool Breeze” Ballard / Rigger Special Electric: Brandy Dené Card / Bebee Light Technicians: Bruce Bebee, Jr., Chris Alviani / Key Grips: Jason Lee Smith, Slim Jim Ballard, Tony “Noodles” Salvia, Dolly Grips Ross Addiego, Greg Brooks, Socks Lancaster / Best Boys Grip: Chephren Rasika, Jason “Milkman” Kelly / Best Boy For Plastercity: Bela Steven Lehoczky / Grips: Brett Elliott, David “Ez” Nielsen, Frank T. Orzco, Figg, California, William Hall, Dave Ortegon, Chris Buchakjian, B.J. Mcdonnell, Sam Hamilton, Todd “Toe” Perez, Mark Forsyth, Craig Price, Ernie Rosas, Henry Armendariz, Michael Popiel, T.J. Sampson, 2nd Unit Best Boy Cory Peavler / Rigging Grips: Justin “Shaggy” Portwood, Wayne E. Smith / Technocrane Technicians: Paul E. Sutton, David Hammer / Strada Crane Technicians: Damon Degrignon, Michael L. Gough / Strada Hook And Release Techs: Rick Johnson, Todd Rentchler / Remote Head Technicians: Jeff Comfort, Stephen Shuttack / Crane Rigging: Skip Mccraw, Sean Peacock / Shotmaker Operator: Chris Summerell / On Set Costumers: Mary Matthews Smith, Brenda Willging, Samuel J. Bowling, Karyna Myres, Joseph E. Simon / Assistant Costumers: Brigitte M. Pilla, Carrie Christine. For Mastersfx, Inc. Bloodhead Creature Effects: Effects Producer: Sean Taylor / Design Supervisor: Dan Rebert / Consultant: Bernie Eichholz / Prosthetic: Assistant Sam Polin / Lead Artist: Joe Colwell / Prosthetic Makeup: Artist David Smith / Mold Supervisor Jeff Diest / Fabricator: Carl Bridge / Mechanical Engineer: Sebastien Caillabet / Effects Assistants: Chris Grossnickle, Samantha Breault / On-Set Effects Assistant: Tony Grow / Foam Rubber: Shaun Smith / Foam Runner: Ken Culver / Production Assistant: Patrick Chitty / Administrator: Stacy Scofield / Set First Aid Persons: Bill O’Neal, B.J. Smith, Dat Cao / Studio Teachers: Cecilia M. Cardwell, Marsha Lipsey Craig, Susan Salerno / Craft Service: John Hinterlong, Michael Mcateer, Steve Prieto, Clifford P. Risch, Anthony Oseguera, Nikolas Lyons / Labor: Gang Boss, Robert Patten / Laborer: Joe Louis Reyes / Transportation Coordinator: Morris Aroesti / Transportation Co-Captains: John Gearhart, Adam Pinkstaff / Drivers: Manny Martinez, Larry Levine, Ted Trella, Chris Ervin, Ron W. Yakshe, Martin C. Stout, Lyle Atkins, Derew Frutos, Craig Simeroth, Lori Karson, Seth Levine, “Tony Batts” Barattini, Juan Ramirez, Vaughn Grant, Ronnie Pope / Caterers: Gala Catering, Austro Catering, Terri Quinn / Stunt Coordinators: Merritt Yohnka, Dan Bell / Stunt Performers: Ted Barba, Bobby Andrew Burns, Brian Christensen, Lisa Dempsey, Thomas Dewier, Jayson Dumenigo, Bill Forchion, Gordon Hansen, Lisa Hoyle, Rob King, Burkster Lilley, Denney Pierce, Von L. Roddy, Brian Simpson, Jeri Habberstad / Location Casting: Cindy Romano / Extras Casting: Leslie McMillan Casting, Lisa Martin, Cattle Call Productions, Central Casting / Story & Script Consultants: Nicolas Paine, Nicholas Johnson / Payroll Service Cast&Crew: Production Payroll, Inc. / Public Relations: Eddie Michaels And Associates Eddie Michaels, Erik Bright, Michael Hansen / Electronic Press Kit: Parker Chehak / Web Site Designers: Steve Vance, Tanner Critz / Trailer Editor: Glenn Erickson / Legal Services: For Confidential Report Llc Daniel H. Coleman, Esq., For Plastercity Productions Inc. Robert Wallerstein, Esq., Armstrong Hirsch Jackoway, Tyerman & Wertheimer, Peter
E. Gerrell, Esq., Rosemary A. Hooke, Esq., Joseph Gabriel, Esq., Liner Yankelevitz Sunshine & Regenstreif, For Elyse Meredith Productions Llc Gregory Bernstein, Esq. / Assistant Editor: Christopher Coppola / Hi-Def Digital Consultants: Michael Cioni, Ian Vertovec / Editorial Production Assistants: Travis Spangler, Tyler Spangler, Marty Stout, Kelly Schaefer / Trailer Editor: Glenn Erickson / Music Supervisors: Steven Saltzman, Steve Goldman / Underscore Music: Ernest Troost And Louise Hatem / Orchestrations: Rick Giovinazzo, Ernest Troost / Preparation: Sony Music Preparation / Recording And Mix Engineer: Don Hahn / Assistant Recording Engineer: Christine Sirois / Recorded And Mixed At O’Henry Sound Studios, Burbank, California / Contractor: John Rosenberg / Music And Scoring Editor: Steven Saltzman M.P.S.E. / Auricle Programming: Chris Ledesma / Publishing: Stone Cottage Music, BMI, Confidential Report Music / End Credit Song: Ian Faith / Recording Engineer: Phil Roland / Recorded And Mixed At Sarinjay Studios, Santa Monica, California, “Boo Yaa Tribe” Management Sarinjay Entertainment. Songs: "Bloodhead" Words By Ganxsta Rid And Boo Yaa Tribe. Music By Joey D'anda And Boo Yaa Tribe. Performed By Boo Yaa Tribe. Sarinjay Music, ASCAP. Bloodhead Music, BMI. Digi-Flicks Logo Music Composed By: Phillip Andrew Rehfeldt. Source Music: “Into Spring”. Music By Scott Greer. Published By Zeno Speaks Music. “Hip Hotheads” Written By Rick Braun. Published By Killer Tracks. “Everything’s Changin’”. Performed By D-Note. Written By Jamie Dunlap, Darrin Milton, Sr., & Scott Nickoley Courtesy Of Marc Ferrari At Mastersource. “Cat & Bird” Phillip Andrew Rehfeldt. Published By Peanuts & Cheese Music, Inc. “Blind” Performed By Thumpasaurus. Written By Robert Pineda. Courtesy Of Marc Ferrari At Mastersource. “Killing Time” Written & Performed By Brian Tichy. Courtesy Of Marc Ferrari At Mastersource. “River Of Tears” Written & Performed By Martha Dewolfe. Courtesy Of Marc Ferrari At Mastersource. “Time To Say Goodbye” Written Marty Jensen. Performed By Tommy Holdenhill. Courtesy Of Marc Ferrari At Mastersource. “Monster Mayhem [A]” Composed By Stephen James Edwards. Published By Source Insync Music. Provided By 5 Alarm Music. “The Remington-Reagan Duet” Written By Reagan John & Remington James. Performed By Reagan John & Remington James. Published By Bloodhead Music. “Zipper Rap” Written By Steve “Chickenbone” Hedden. & Adrienne Stout-Coppola. Music By Steve “Chickenbone” Hedden. Published By Bloodhead Music. “Blue & Cay Calypso” Composed By Phil Swaby. Published By Atmosphere Music Ltd. Provided By Killer Tracks. Excerpt From “Palmer’s Pick-Up”. Courtesy Of Winchester Film And Television. / Sound Design and Mixing Consultant: Richard Beggs. / Post Production Sound: Laser Pacific Digital Sound Services / Supervising Sound Editor: Jeff Clark. Supervising Adr Editor: Craig Dellinger. Sound Design: Mark Petersen. Sound Effects Editors: Greg Stacy, Mark Petersen. Dialog Editor: Mike Cook. Assistant Sound Editors: Mike Hickey, Mike Marino, T C Spriggs / Adr-Foley Recordist: Lee Tinkham. Foley Walkers: Ken Dufve, Joan Rowe. Rerecording Mixers: Josh Schneider, Bruce Michaels, Kevin Valentine / Loop Group Voices: Jon Bruno, Donal Gibson, Dennis Singleterry, Wendy Cutler, Greg Benson, Randy Montgomery / Voice Of “Bloodhead”: Elan Lixander. “Texas Vampire Massacre”: Executive Producer: Alain Silver / Produced By Linda Brookover. Written By Alain Silver And Linda Brookover. Director Of Photography: Allan K. Lane. Art Director: Jonathan Goldner. Music: Jim Fox / Editor: Glenn Erickson. Upm-First Assistant Director: Chase Newhart / Second Assistant Directors: Curt Bergman, Leigh Paonessa / Costumes: Kathryn Shemanek / Script Supervisor: Vanessa R. Meier / Make-Up: Thea Samuels, Art Anthony / Sound Mixer: Andy Rovins / Camera Assistant: Barton Finster / Gaffer: Norm Vandelay / Property Master: Bert Kaslar / Location Manager: Bobbie Blyle / Color Timing: Michael Cioni / Title Graphics: John Allison / Second Unit Director: Gary Walkow / End Credits: Sequence / Supervising Producer: Nicolas Paine / First Assistant Director: Nunzio Fazio / Second Assistant Director: Rosemarie Unite / Production Supervisor: Sarah George / Assistant Production Supervisor: Jessica Anderson / “B” 1st Assistant Camera: Brandon Mastrippolito / 2nd Assistant Camera: Tommy Izuma / Digital Imaging Tech: Ryan Sheridan / Pre-Visualization: Tech Casey Schatz / Gaffer: John Peirce / Best Boy Electric: Tak Matsuda / Electrician: David Hagadorn / Key Grip: Danny Stephens / Best Boy Grip: John Palato / Rigging Grip: Bryan Schwartz / Dolly Grip: Pablo Santiago /
Set Decorator: Michelle J. Goode / Lead Person: Ed Tamayo / Swing: Ryan Bear / Construction Foreman: Donald Julson / Prop Maker: Terry Harsha Jr. / Set Painter: Gwinn Alderson / Special Effects Foreman: Joe Andreas / Assistant Effects Assistants: Sandro Moro, Blumes Tracy / Assistant Efx: Charles Cooley / Costume Designer: Kristin Einarsson / Wardrobe Assistant: Brenda Willging / Make-Up Artist: Lisa Burns / Hair Stylist: Iraina Crenshaw / Transportation Captain: Derew Frutos / Drivers: Luis Mata, Eric Moon / Assistant To The Producer: Allen K. Lane / Production Assistants: Karen Stuhr, Casey Chinn, James D. Whitworth / Craft Service: Jim Wheelan / Cameras Provided By Panavision Digital Imaging / Cranes Provided By Panavision Remote Systems / Camera Dollies By Chapman-Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc. / Grip & Electric Package Provided By Leonetti Company / Camera Cars Provided By Shotmaker / Nightlights By Bebee. Filmed On Location In Twenty-Nine Palms, Yucca Valley, And Studio City California; At Casablanca Studios Desert Hot Springs; At The Culver Studios, Culver City, California; And At Raleigh Studios, Manhattan Beach, California. A Digi-Flicks International And Plastercity Production / Elyse Meredith Presents / A Christopher Coppola Film. Awards: None. PREMISE:
"Coyotes got her." That is the official verdict on the grisly death of Charlotte Burnell [Shirley Jones], a cantankerous prospector who lived and died in the California desert. But when Donnie Daniels [Andre Ware] and Doug McCoy [Steve Hedden] both arrive to stake rival claims to her legacy, they find more than her ramshackle trailer park. They discover an atmosphere of fear, a string of mysterious mutilations, and a sinister, sun-baked cult. The two antagonists also uncover the secret of the mother they never knew — they are twin brothers, though one is black and one is white. This strange bond of blood fuels their mutual hatred, but it is also the key to to an ancient power that has lain dormant beneath the desert for millennia — a power that should never have been disturbed — the power of the creature called BLOODHEAD. Lynette [Lynda Carter] is the local trailer park good-time girl.
DONNIE DANIELS [ANDRE WARE] comes to Whiterocks Valley to claim an inheritance from a mother he never knew, but discovers DOUG McCOY [STEVE HEDDEN] instead — the twin brother he never knew he had. The angry black man and the racist white man quickly clash — but soon they must face a terror far deadlier than their hatred for each other: the creature known as BLOODHEAD.
ANDRE WARE has appeared in numerous films, including Die Hard: With A Vengeance and Cradle 2 The Grave. His TV credits include Just Shoot Me! & According To Jim.
STEVE "CHICKEBONE" HEDDEN appeared in Bel Air, but his scene with Courtney Love in the film Beat wound up on the cutting room floor.
LYNETTE [LYNDA CARTER] is the self-described "epitome of trailer trash." She likes drive-ins, her kiddie pool, and big, strong men. But beneath her party-girl exterior, Lynette is afraid for her life — with good reason...
LYNDA CARTER first came to fame as the winner of the Miss USA pageant, which led naturally to her star-spangled role as TV's heroic Wonder Woman. She's made many other movie and TV appearances and is also a singer.
BURDUS HULE [FRANK GORSHIN] is apparently just a harmless old blind man, but appearances can be deceptive. Behind his dark glasses lurk many secrets — and a deadly Travis Bickle impression.
FRANK GORSHIN has appeared in virtually every entertainment venue, from nightclubs to television to Broadway. His film credits range from Twelve Monkeys to Invasion Of The Saucer Men, but he is perhaps known best for his portrayal of The Riddler in the 1960s Batman TV show.
CHARLOTTE BURNELL's [SHIRLEY JONES] quest for riches led her to the desert of southern California, where she unearthed a treasure worth much more than gold — a treasure she paid for with her life! But her greed is too strong for even death to quench, and with the help of her long-lost sons she continues her quest from beyond the grave.
SHIRLEY JONES began her career as a leading lady for Rodgers & Hammerstein in Oklahoma! and Carousel. As the mother of The Partridge Family, she won even more fans. She continues to divide her time between stage, screen, and TV.
If you want something done in Whiterocks Valley, go see City Clerk PERCY WELLS [BERNIE KOPELL]. His folksy manner belies his tight grip on the levers of power — a power far deadlier than mere small-town bureaucracy.
BERNIE KOPELL is best known for his long-running role on the TV hit The Love Boat. In addition to his many film and stage roles, he has made countless guest appearances on TV shows from Bewitched to Beverly Hills 90210.
The local amusement center, with its go-carts and miniature golf, looks like nothing but fun and games. But LEON [FORT ATKINSON], who runs the place, knows all too well that some folks around here are playing for keeps.
FORT ATKINSON hit the scene as lead vocalist for The Brotherhood Of Man, topping the charts with “United We Stand, Divided We Fall;” he continues to perform as a solo artist. His first acting role came in The Mighty Ducks; he appeared in such films as American Beauty and The Babysitter, and in Seinfeld, The X Files and The West Wing.
Who is the cryptic boy known only as JACKSON [ANDRE MARCUS]? Where did he come from? What caused the strange scars he bears? And who is his mysterious grandfather, who is talked about but never seen?
ANDRE MARCUS is a Los Angeles native. This is his first film role.
RUNNING TIME: 1:45:00 [105 minutes]. VHS: Not available yet. DVD: Not available yet. INFO: This film is Lynda's first horror movie and it hasn't been commercially released yet. AUDIO:  "LYNNETTE" sound samples by Lynda Carter's dialogues. VIDEO:  "WLV-70023.WMV". Preview Trailer.  "WLV-70024.WMV". Trailer 2.  "WLV-70025.WMV". Long Trailer.  "WLV-70026.WMV". British DVD Trailer.  "WLV-70027.WMV". Movie clip.  "WLV-70028.WMV". Movie clip.  "WLV-70029.WMV". Movie clip.  "WLV-70030.WMV". Movie clip.  "WLV-70031.WMV". Movie clip.  "WLV-70032.WMV". Movie clip. TRIVIA: [•] The film itself is a homage to drive-in movies. [•] Director Christopher Coppola is actually brother of Nicholas Cage and nephew of the world-known director Francis Ford Coppola. [•] Lynda Carter plays Lynnette character witha funny Southern accent.
[•] Lynda recalls a story about making her first horror movie: “I actually became quite a good stunt driver, as the years went by on “Wonder Woman”, when I got to drive, the stunt guys would teach me how to do fishtail, and how to spin it 180, and all kinds of cool things. I have since used that talent on other movies. I recently did a film with Christopher Coppola, it’s kind of one of those Roger Corman genre “creature in the trailer-park site”..you know, one of those great films, and I was driving this VW, and they asked me, if, you know, did you think I could burn a little rubber or something through this drive-in, and I had this actor in the car with me. He was about 6”5, and we were in a VW bug, and I scared…the…BEJEESUS OUT OF HIM! I said, “oh sure, I can do it, lets’ just roll and see if you think this is alright,” and he’s all stuffed in this little VW. It was a standard shift, and I had that thing in first gear and spun and fishtailed…and did like really wide fishtails over this drive-in, so you’re going, you know, up and down those hills, the way the old drive-ins were? And ba-boom, then fishtail, then ba-boom…..and after we got out, he got out of that car and he was white…as…a…sheet! He thought I was going to kill us!”
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