Odyssee Pictures most recent film Jacob, written/directed by Larry Carrell, produced by Stacy Davidson, and featuring Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens), Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Dark Angel, Party of Five) and James Hampton (Sling Blade, Teen Wolfe) will be screened at SplatterFest in Houston, TX for a special sneak preview on September 30th at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in West Oaks Mall. The filmmakers and stars of Jacob will be in attendance and there will be a special Q&A session that will be recorded for the DVD special features. So if you’re there, you may be on the DVD!
In addition, Odyssee Pictures has joined forces with SplatterFest as a sponsor, and Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn will also be presenting The Victim on the same night in a double feature with the Jacob sneak preview!
The screening of The Victim at the historic River Oaks Theater in Houston, TX was a smashing success. Hosted by Odyssee Pictures and The Houston Film Critics Society, the screening featured live Q&A with director/star Michael Biehn (Aliens, The Terminator, The Abyss, The Rock, Tombstone) and producer/co-star Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (Party of Five, Dark Angel, Puncture, The Divide) and the the entire affair went over with roaring cheers and a standing ovation.
Nordling posted a great story covering Michael’s visit on Aint It Cool News: http://www.aintitcool.com/node/50891
And here’s a peek at the screening!
Presented by The Houston Film Critics Society and Odyssee Pictures
Join director/star Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, The Rock, Tombstone) and producer/star Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (The Crow, Dark Angel, CSI) in Houston, TX at the prestigious River Oaks Theater as they present an exclusive screening of the first official offering from Blanc-Biehn productions: The Victim.
Good time girls ANNIE (Jennifer Blanc) and MARY (Danielle Harris) find themselves in a life and death situation. Annie’s life is put in jeopardy when she is witness to a violent act at the hands of two Sheriff’s Deputies. Fleeing from ATTACKERS (Ryan Honey, Denny Kirkwood) she stumbles across KYLE (Michael Biehn), a recluse living in the middle of the woods.
The ruggedly handsome loner stays far from civilization – that is – until a single knock on his door throws his solitary life into chaos. Two worlds collide in this psychological thriller that will make you question your trust in mankind. WHO IS THE VICTIM?
Tickets $13 online, $20 at the door.
If you are in Houston on Memorial Day Weekend you need to be at Comicpalooza “Texas’ Largest Comic-Con”. Odyssee Pictures will be on the scene in full force! Come visit the Odyssee Booth to get a free signed poster from members of the cast of Jacob and Sweatshop while supplies last and get your picture with The Beast! You can also make plans on Friday, May 27 at 12:10 AM to attend a screening of Sweatshop and a very special sneak peak from Odyssee Pictures latest thriller Jacob on Saturday, May 28 at 6:45 PM. Both events will be followed by a Q&A so here is your chance to pick our brains. Comicpalooza runs May, 27-29, 2011 at the George R. Brown convention center.
On April 30th, the cast and crew of Sweatshop were present in Dallas, Texas for a special screening at Texas Frightmare Weekend, followed by a panel discussion.
Saturday, the entire cast and crew signed free posters and gave out free shirts for nearly three hours. At the award ceremony on Sunday, director Stacy Davidson and Special Effects artist Marcus Koch were on hand to accept the award for Best Special Effects!
Sweatshop (directed by Stacy Davidson) screened Friday, November 20th, at 7:30PM at the Tribeca Cinemas, as a part of the New York City Horror Film Festival to a packed house, turning away dozens of horror fans who had been standing in line for an hour in hopes of catching the film.
Screening before the feature were a number of short horror/sci-fi films, including Attackazoids Deploy!!, Sinkhole, Wheels of Death, Hunger, and Death In Charge. Other feature films that played the festival included Must Love Death, Maidenhead, Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet, and The Revenant, which became the only other feature to win awards. Other short films include Thirsty (starring our good friend Joe “Wrong Turn 2″ Lynch) and The Resurrection of Officer Rollins (starring Jason Vorhees 2009, Derek Mears).
When Sweatshop began to a pounding industrial beat, twirling glow sticks illuminated the darkened theater, followed by roaring cheers for every moment of blood and carnage. Afterward, audience members and Sweatshop cast and crew mingled in the adjoining lounge where free “retro” Sweatshop posters were signed and handed out.
Sweatshop producer and co-writer Ted Geoghegan was joined with associate producer John Torrani at the Tribeca Cinemas Sunday, November 22 to accept the award for Best Special Effects on behalf of the special effects team (Kristi Boul, Marcus Koch, Mike Oliver and Stacy Davidson).
SWEATSHOP wins CRITICS CHOICE AWARD, Lou Perryman Memorial AUDIENCE AWARD, and BEST PICTURE at TEXAS BLOOD BATH FILM FESTIVAL!
Director Stacy Davidson joined producers Leo D. Wheeler and Toni Kaufman at an exquisite dinner ceremony where the award was presented by Domain co-star Nellie Gonzales.
Also present was Buck Rogers star Erin Gray to accept a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Odyssee Pictures at first annual
Texas Frightmare Weekend
The first annual Texas Frightmare weekend exploded onto the scene with huge horror personalities, tons of memorabilia, brand new visions of terror running constantly in the screening room, and two metal shows to top it off!
Guests and venders included Odyssee Pictures with Domain of the Damned (A.K.A. “Necrophobia”), Upstart Films with Witchcraft 13, Nott Entertainment with The Quick and the Undead, Sid and Ma Haig, Bill Mosely, Irwin Keyes, Debbie Rochon, Tom Savini, Joe Bob Briggs, Lloyd Kaufman & Troma Films, The Horror Channel, and believe me this list could go on and on and on.