Bad breakups, Bigfoot costumes, ghost bears, and more. Park Masters is a wacky, intelligent, quirky comedy about the power relationships have on people, good or bad. Also, it’s just plain fun!
3 1/2 Stars! An entirely enjoyable movie!” -Eye-on-the-Screen Reviews
“The warmest, most heartfelt little movie I’ve seen in years.” -George A. Romero
When soul singer Chuck Corby and his band Quiet Storm run afoul of a Mafia wannabe who’s dying of cancer, we’re off on a zany roller coaster ride with hammer-wielding thugs, a cheating wife and a gun-happy killer lurking behind every hairpin curve.
If you’re into classic soul singing mixed with spine-chilling thrills and howling belly laughs, you’ll find this and more in THE MOB BOSS AND THE SOUL SINGER.
Working title: Saloonatics
Chuck Corby, Debbie Rochon, Bruno Sammartino, Tom DeJohn, Charles LoPresti, Armand Martin, Heidi Hinzman, Raymond Russo, Carl Severino, J.P. Nutini, Armando Anthony, Emilio Cornachione
Written and Directed by John Russo
From Bizarro master storyteller Wol-vriey comes a truly weird western tale that will leave you awe-struck and on the edge of your seat…
In the town named Little Ass, tight-assed prostitute Rosa overhears a gunslinger’s plans to assassinate rancher Edison Bennett. Once the badass Bennett learns of the plot, he ensures there’ll be hell to pay for any attempt on his life!
Yes, it’s going to take all of gunslinger Jude’s shooting prowess, his eclectic collection of strange firearms, a trusty horse that requires an owners’ manual, and the help of the lovely and invigorating Nell (who’s EXTREMELY odd when the going gets weird), to survive the Bizarro hell that Edison Bennett unleashes in order to hold onto the land that he’d stolen from Madam Zizi.
Edison returned with his drink. He and Valhalla studied Jude’s gun.“It’s made of bone, Edison,” Valhalla said. “Smells like fish bone.”Edison raised a startled eyebrow. He finished his whiskey, then broke the weapon open to check its ammo.There were three shells in the cylinder, and no spent casings. Edison thought the three empty chambers odd. Even odder, the ends of the unfired shells looked like frayed meat.He shook the bullets out into his hand.Frowning, he held one up so Valhalla and Ike could see it. Lamplight glinted off the bullet’s fingernail. “What sort of a weapon fires severed human fingers?” he asked.