Dogpile 95, a new doctrine of digital filmmaking founded by auteur film director Lloyd Von Kaufman, was first announced at the Cannes Film Festival in May, 2002 as a doctrine in the spirit of Lars Von Triers Dogme 95. Kaufman says, “Long before Dogme 95 was born, Troma was making movies with poor lighting, amateur acting and crappy sound. However, we just haven’t been able to rise to the level of boredom that the Dogme 95 films have attained. This is one of the reasons that Dogpile 95 has been founded.”
With the Zombies vs. Satan Double Digital Creature Feature, we have assembled two of the first Dogpile 95 films in one package.
It’s The Sopranos meets “Dawn of the Dead” in Wiseguys vs. Zombies, written and directed by Adam Minarovich and Kevin Woods. Freddy Six Times and August Mirabella are of the New York’s most feared hit men, delivering a package to Miami. But the package contains a deadly secret: a plague that can reanimate the dead. When the mob boys accidentally release the virus, they have to rely on their wit and new cache of firepower to defeat the nemesis and complete the delivery before the Mob and the Cuban Mafia target them for death!
David Silvio’s Meat for Satan’s Icebox is a shocking and truly disturbing expose on cannibalism. After murdering the headmistress of her Catholic school, Cindy is kidnapped by the owners of Satan’s Icebox, a local deli. What she learns is that the inhabitants of Satans Place aren’t just buying mean from the slaughterhouse but the flesh of runaways! Even the most sadistic tortures can’t stop these captive young girls from the Sapphic perversions while they awair their turn as the main course!
The Zombies vs. Satan Double Digital Creature Feature is loaded with special features, including:
- A very special introduction by Lloyd Von Kaufman, founder of the Dogpile 95 doctrine and co-star of Meat for Satan’s Icebox
- Wiseguys vs. Zombies featurette
- Wiseguys vs. Zombies trailer
- Children Shouldn’t Play wtih Hamsters Public Service Announcement
- TromaDance PSA
- Web Monkey’s Bananas
- Additional previews and other Tromatic goodies!
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