First Look at BAMPIRE a Bambi Inspired Horror Film Described as “Evil Dead 2 Meets Who Framed Roger Rabbit” — GeekTyrant

There’s another Bambi-inspired horror movie coming out, and this one is titled Bampire. This is a horror-comedy that will pay tribute to the slasher movies that were made during the ’80s and ’90s. We’ve got our first look at the film, which launched on Indiegogo.

The movie is being directed by Taylor Morden (The Last Blockbuster) and written by Zoë Wassman, who described the film as “Picture Evil Dead 2 meets Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”

The movie is said to feature “heart-wrenching live action performances, hand-drawn animation by Josh Stifter (A24 and Kevin Smith’s Tusk), practical gore by award-winning fx artist Trysta Kelley, a claymation sequence from effects supervisor Webster Colcord (Stranger Things, Planet of the Apes, Deadpool, Planet Terror), and even diegetic VHS footage from an in-world camera.”

Morden says: “We still have a long way to go to finish this film. Crowdfunding is an amazing way to grow support for an independent production like Bampire and to get the word out about how great this film is going to be. Bampire is a wild ride of a project! You’ve never seen anything like it!”

Wassman adds: “Bampire is arguably the most insane movie to ever try and produce at our budget-level, but we believed it was a story worth telling. Still do. For all of us, Bampire is a labor of love; for one another, for the ability to create the artwork we enjoy creating, and for the true heart of the piece itself.”

Bampire will include appearances by Diane Franklin (Better Off Dead, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure), Greg Sestero (The Room, The Disaster Artist), and Troma’s Lloyd Kaufman, the creator of The Toxic Avenger.

The film’s ensemble cast includes Katie Gibbons (Blind Duet, Take a Hike), Jeff Brosy (Animal House), Malachite Saaquya, Weston Oliver, Melody Parra (Nena, Devotion), Jacob Rayl (It’ll be OK), Levee Duplay (Operation Hope, Birds Eye Witness) and Paul Addison (The Killing of Billy the Kid).

The crowdfunding campaign runs through April 12th and then the film is slated for release in October 2024. You’ll also find some footage of the film on its Indiegogo campaign.

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