Julian Richards has announced that he’s making
a sequel to his infamous 2003 cult hit The
Last Horror Movie.
Murder On Demand will be another
found-footage affair, with psycho killer Max Perry
relocated to Los Angeles from England.
According to director Richards, "Max has
been living in Los Angeles for several years since
the release of Last Horror Movie and has made some
interesting observations. He has also become obsessed
with new technology and now uses social networking
sites to select victims and mobile phones to track
and record his murders, some of which are already
available to view on the undernet".
Ahh, the old snuff movie myth makes a return.
In 2007, Tartan Video – in one of the most breathtakingly
stupid moves imaginable – pulled The
Last Horror Movie from release after unproven
links connecting the film to a double murder. It was
alleged that the unidentified teenage killer had watched
the film ‘repeatedly’ before committing
the killings, and Tartan deftly backed up the hysterical
claims of papers like The Daily Mail
by withdrawing the film – therefore pretty much
UK's Horror Channel, being made of stronger stuff,
will show the film in January.