Wednesday, April 22, 2009

GCI plan to film incoherent gorefest preempted by Japanese...

Geva Comedy Improv's hopes of producing the least-coherent horror movie ever made, tentatively titled 'Vacation Zombie Dance-Off', were today dashed by everyone's favorite celluloid extremists, the Japanese.

Said Prime Minister Taro Aso, "It sounded like GCI had a pretty sweet concept, marrying non-sequiters, slam-zooms and random cutaways with shocking violence and hideous overacting. However, the country that introduced the world to Urotsukidōji: Birth of the Overfiend couldn't let that pass. That's why our country is proud to stand behind 'Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl'. It's pretty special."

To produce the flick, Aso teamed with maniac director Yoshihiro Nishimura, the borderline psychopath behind the ludicrously inappropriate children's movie, Tokyo Gore Police.

Geva Comedy Improv spokesperson Chris Holden released this statement: "Naturally, when people think of nightmarish bloodshed and baffling plot-twists, they think of GCI. We really thought we had this locked up. I think our biggest mistake in pre-production was attempting some modicum of character development. We should have stuck to what we know."

A trailer for 'Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl' is below. It is not suitable for the fainthearted, or anyone who demands a narrative arc in their cinema.

1 comment:

  1. perhaps we can still make an incoherent-er movie. I want this song for my itunes though!