The Creep Behind the Camera (2014) - Trailer
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Animation, Documentary, Biography
Cast: Laurel Harris, Josh Phillips, David Nelson, Jason Coviello, Mike Miller, Mark O'Brien, Peyton Reed, Eric Owczarzak, Brian Landis Folkins, Jeff Pointer, Liam Shaver, Annelise Alonzo, Burt Hansell, Jodi Lynn Thomas, Drew Maliu, Sammie Joe Kinnett, Marilyn Sibell, Antonio Pacitto, Nancy Theken, Shane Bassett, Dan Baker, Scott Hanson, Bill LeVasseur, Mary Mashburn, Tom Jankowski, Laura Stephens, Kyle Woodiel, William Thourlby, Blake Bassett, Anna Baker
Director(s): Pete Schuermann
Trailer: The Creep Behind the Camera (2014)
An exploration of the making of b-movie sci-fi cult classic "The Creeping Terror" and its con-man director Art "A.J." Nelson/Vic Savage.
A feature length dark comedy,The Creep Behind the Camera chronicles the outlandish story of director Art Nelson in his audacious efforts to produce a monster movie in 1964. The result was the obscure yet cultish film, The Creeping Terror. Considered to be the worst movie ever made, it also became one of the most mind-boggling scams in the history of celluloid.
|This film will be showing at the 2014 London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film, Sci-Fi London 14. Be sure to look at http://www.sci-fi-london.com/ for more information about this event, and the festival.| via scifilondon
Synopsis:At first watch most viewers find many of the sequences in The Creeping Terror so unbelievably awful and ineptly executed that the movie transcends the sci-fi and horror genres and delves into the realm of comedy. But the story behind the film contains all of the elements of classic movie-making that director Art Nelson would have killed to have in The Creeping Terror. It's the sci-fi Ed Wood told by the actual people who helped bring The Creeping Terror to life, recounting the desperate tales of Art Nelson by those who knew him best. There are rather elegantly produced scenes to set up the actual, and hilarious, footage from The Creeping Terror, also included in CREEP! The real monster was behind the camera.