Jose Montesinos (Barrio Brawler, The Deadly Finger) and Brett Stillo (Owned, Souls of Splendor) present this homage to the Leonard Nimoys and Burt Reynolds of the world, about a time when tough guys could cry, in a place where chest hair and free love reigned. Eric Jacobus stars as the hard-as-nails FRANK COX, along with Montesinos as the ladies man RAYMUNDO BALA, and Troy Carbonel as the master of words CHEEGAN JONES, in…
Sensitive 70s Turtleneck Tough Guys
With DeeDee Luxe as MADAM, Lisa Younger as FOXY
Produced & Directed by Jose Montesinos
Co-Produced & Directed by Brett Stillo
Written and Exec. Produced by Brett Stillo & Jose Montesinos
Fight Choreography by Dennis Ruel, Eric Jacobus, & Jose Montesinos
Stunts by Ray Carbonel, Sari Sabella, Matthew Zipkin, Ed Kahana, Tao Sabella
Edited by Jose Montesinos
Music by Brian Rodvien
The Jose Montesinos and Eric Jacobus romp 70s exploitation fan film Sensitive 70s Turtleneck Tough Guys has been accepted into the Urban Action Showcase, slated to premiere November 8, 2014 at the massive AMC in NYC’s Time Square. Check us out on the big screen, because those mustaches are hard to appreciate on them mobile phone screens.
Here’s the teaser for Sensitive 70s Turtleneck Tough Guys in case you missed it:
Thanks to our good friend Raoul, Contour will be showing at the Phantasmagoria Film Festival in the UK.
Friday July 11, 2008 @ 1:30 PM
“PhantasmaGoria is the South West’s premier genre film festival showing an eclectic array of horror, fantasy, exploitation and martial arts movies.” The festival takes place at the Swindon Arts Centre July 11-13. More info at http://www.phantasma-goria.co.uk.
In 2005 Cecil B. Feeder finished his zombie-horror version of the San Francisco street parking scene starring Dennis Ruel and featuring Ray Carbonel, Troy Carbonel, Donovan McKendrick, and Lydia White. “The Gone With the Wind of kung fu zombie movies, this is the tale of a bloody uprising against the zombie parking police of San Francisco. Starring Dennis Ruel, Gino Kang, Ruth Pescara and man local celebrities, it is a story of one man’s fight, and a symbol of the people’s uprising against a goulish government.”
Meter Maid Me Massacre will premiere at SF Indie’s Another Hole in the Head film festival (www.sfindie.com) on 6/11 7:15PM, 6:15 5PM, and 6/17 5PM. Check it out on the big screen or watch it right here. -Warning: not safe for work-
The director also has a quicktime version on his site.