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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Let the Oddness Begin! "Odd Noggins" Now On DVD

Let the Oddness Begin! "Odd Noggins" Brings the Weird. 


ONDirector Joe Sherlock's strange sci-fi horror movie ODD NOGGINS is now available as a limited edition unrated director's cut DVD, following a successful world premiere at Portland, Oregon's Clinton Street Theater, famous for having shown Rocky Horror Picture Show weekly since 1978! Since writer/director Sherlock describes his weird flick as "the perfect midnite-movie-style movie" the venue seemed fitting.  

After a strange man in a black suit introduces the movie and warns viewers, "Keep your eyes peeled, or I will have to peel them for you. Hold on to your colon…because here we go," ODD NOGGINS introduces the viewer to a number of housewives who work as bellydancers, clowns for kids parties and gorilla-gram deliverers. Stoic Mr. Birch is conducting unseen experiments, while everyone seems to be watching the same gross horror movie on tv, having nightmares and talking about going to Bob's halloween party. Various story threads come together in slimy and gory ways.

Sherlock wrote, produced, directed, shot, edited and scored the feature. He is no stranger to splashing the red stuff, having helmed recent bloodbaths DRIFTER and BLOOD CREEK WOODSMAN, and celebrates his 20th year of creating microcinema fare.


More information can be found at http://skullfaceastronaut.com/oddnoggins.html

ON 2Chris McMillan from Shadow Over Portland commented, "I enjoyed it…the Corman reference and Harryhausen moments were nice. And I appreciated the non-linear story." 

Christopher Jayawardena, director of Downcast called it, "another gross-out romp from Joe Sherlock and co., ODD NOGGINS is definitely a goofball blast. Comedic bizarro antics, alien invasion, copious mayonnaise (Corman-brand!), and the best damn collection of bubble baths ever…a blast for those that dig it!"

Odd Noggins stars Dale Wilson (Drifter, Beneath A Dead Moon), Liana Williams (Blood Creek Woodsman), Bryn Kristi (Throng, Drifter, Twisted Fates), Bob Olin (10 Days in a Madhouse, C.O.G., Lake Noir) Gwyn Laree (Deep Dark, Deadly Premonitions, Beneath A Dead Moon) and a bevy of Sherlock's b-movie gang.












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