RLJE Films has released an official trailer for The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, the movie with a title good enough to sell people on it before they know what it is.
The movie stars the great Sam Elliott as a war vet living with the secret that he killed Adolf Hitler during World War II, who’s called on once again to kill the legendary Bigfoot. It’s got a bit of a Big Fish feel to it, and jumps between the present and past with Aidan Turner playing the younger version of Elliott’s character.
You can check out the trailer along with a poster below.
Ridley Scott‘s sci-fi noir masterpiece Blade Runner (my second favorite film by the way) will be celebrating its 30th anniversary next month, a few weeks after the theatrical debut of Scott’s long-awaited return to tentpole idea-driven science-fiction Prometheus. Now that Scott is currently at work on a sequel to Blade Runner alongside original screenwriter – and the man who first gave the project life back in the late 1970’s – Hampton Fancher and a three-disc Blu-ray collector’s edition set of the original hitting stores later this year (no release date has been set but you can pre-order your copy here), a reappraisal of one of genre cinema’s landmark achievements is in order.
Several months before Blade Runner‘s June 1982 theatrical release the Los Angeles-based company M.K. Productions assembled a short 16mm behind-the-scenes promotional film to be screened at sci-fi, fantasy, and horror conventions across the country to drum up buzz about the much-anticipated movie. You can check out the full 13-minute featurette here below.