What is The B.C. Butcher? How about I let seventeen-year-old writer/director Kansas Bowling explain it in her own words:
“The B.C. Butcher” is a girl-gang slasher film set in prehistoric times. It is feature length and shot entirely on 16mm color negative film. My name is Kansas Bowling and I am the director. I have loved horror films all my life, and now at age 17, I am directing my own. With a script written by Kenzie Givens and I, a great cast, and a rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack provided by The Ugly Kids, the first slasher to ever be set in prehistoric times will be unlike any horror film ever made!
The video below is the first scene of the film. It features the tribe of cavewomen sacrificing one of their members, Dina, for betraying them. Later on in the script, a monster finds Dina’s dead body and falls in love with her. The monster wants to avenge her death and spends the film picking off the cavewomen responsible for Dina’s death one by one. But the fun won’t end there! Not only will this film have cavewomen and a prehistoric creature, it will feature amputations, decapitations, buff men in loincloths, psychedelic dream sequences, a live performance by The Ugly Kids, and much, much, much more!!!
But first… we need the funding!
I have to admit, between the thoroughly-ridiculous premise (The Wild Women of Wongo meets Friday the 13th) and the fact that it is being helmed by a seventeen-year-old young woman, I am very intrigued by this film. It will be interesting to see if the young director can produce a film which lives up to the potential of the wonderfully-absurd premise.
So if you, like me, are interested in helping the young Ms. Bowling make The B.C. Butcher a reality, head on over to Indiegogo and kick in a few bucks.
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Full disclosure: BadMovieRealm.com contributed $25 towards the funding of this film.
| Kansas Bowling on October 26, 2013
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