Cheap Kills

A digital camera, a demented dream, lots of fake blood, and almost no money: That's Fear Film

Massetti and Fish believe Florida could become an underground film mecca if the scattered players networked more. "There are a lot of smaller companies or groups of people trying to create film in Florida," Fish declares. The solution, they propose, could be a roaming industry gathering, monthly at first, then perhaps weekly.

Fear Film is already gearing up for its next film called The Woods Are Alive, whose screenplay was also penned by Ritter. In it, a Britney Spears-like pop star is attacked and raped by some fans. That leads to turmoil in the singer's family, so they decide to take a trip in a camper to get away from it all. And doggone it, they stumble onto a family of mutant cannibals living in remote woods. "B-movie.com knows that this kind of story does well with their distribution outlets," Massetti explains. "It's not really the type of movie I'd really want to do, probably more gory than I'm used to. But then, I don't have to make it that way.

Makeup artist Gina-Marie Rooney slathers actor Bob Glazier into the crazed Painkiller as her son plays video games in an adjoining bedroom. After tucking the tyke in, Glazier joins director Robert Massetti in  choreographing a cinematic murder.
Colby Katz
Makeup artist Gina-Marie Rooney slathers actor Bob Glazier into the crazed Painkiller as her son plays video games in an adjoining bedroom. After tucking the tyke in, Glazier joins director Robert Massetti in choreographing a cinematic murder.

"Every time I make a movie now, it's to please myself. If you get to know me, you'd be able to see me in all my films, no matter what they are. I learned to go deep inside myself. Even though it's entertainment, it's still an extension of myself," he avows, then pauses and looks a bit embarrassed about the next confession: "Like my child."

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