By Rich Wolf (July 27, 2009)
Summary: The Black Rose Killer picks up where he left off. It's been years since his last murders and he's an old man now, on his death bed. He is being interviewed by a family member of one victim and now our killer tells his story from the beginning!
Overall: I was lucky to have seen the previous films so it was nice watching Glen Baisley complete his trilogy. We see a lot of footage from his prior 2 films (from "Fear of the Dark" and "The Tenement") but putting it together so we can see how it meshes. Obviously I'd like to you to go get this film but definitely grab yourself copies of the first 2 as well. This film in many ways sorta can stand alone, but what great improvement I noticed the last few years as Glen hones his craft!
Comparison: Natural Born Killers meets Bundy
By Dark Soul
Front and Back of Terror Cards XL #12.
Excerpts from and Interview with Isabelle Stephen by Owen Keechen
Montreal based model and actress Isabelle Stephen is a scorching hot name, face, and personality on the independent horror scene with a good number of movies (7 in 2002 alone!) and some incredibly diverse and quirky roles. Judge for yourself. Her credits include Vampire Sisters as a lesbian vampire victim Juliette Laporte who is cunninglingled by a huge snake (what would Freud say?), Cold-Blooded Murder, The Shychopath from Hell Shark Cinema, Sins of the Father – in which she is bludgeoned to death with a camera tripod (can you say handy prop?), Killer Cup 2 – in which she fights off killer coffee cups, Troma’s Tales from the Crapper in which she is sodomized by a transsexual penis monster which goes in her, through her, and comes out her mouth (very rough sex as well as a good example that bigger is not necessarily better! ), Le Cycle Infernal, From Skin to Scream, Dirt Bag – in which she has a musical bathtub scene, Metal Radio, Orion X – as a girl from another dimension, and her movie debut The Thrill Gasp Stranglers. In addition Isabelle has even written, directed, edited and starred in 2 short films The Other Side in which she plays a deranged sex starved girl, and Stalk-Home Sin-Drome in which she plays a kidnapping victim. The busy Ms. Stephen is also a horror convention regular and favorite (Chiller Theater Convention, Rue-Morgue Convention, etc.) as well as a former Tromette of the month. (And you know it’s got to be a truly special girl who Troma head honcho Lloyd Kaufman nicknames ‘Necrophilia’.
Owen: What's been your best filmmaking experience thus far?
Sins of the Father:
Excerpts from and Interview with Isabelle Stephen by Hugh Gallagher
Draculina: Sins of the Father was actually produced two years ago; do you know when that will be released?
Isabelle: Sins of the Father will be released before the end of 2004. I can’t wait to see it!
Draculina: What is your part in Sins of the Father?
Isabelle: In Sins of the Father I play the mistress of a married man. He’s a photographer and I’m his model. What I don’t know is that he’s also a serial killer. The shooting went really great! My death scene was absolutely amazing! The only problem is that I got my dialogue the day before the shoot, so I had to stay up most of the night trying to memorize it all. It was really stressful. But I did it!
Here's an excerpt from the Crimewave Online web site interview with Isabelle. Click here to read the whole interview.
CW: Of all the movies you’ve been in,
what has been your favorite?
Here's an excerpt from the Visions of Terror web site interview with Isabelle. Click here to read the whole interview.
VoT: What has been your best and worst acting experiences in a movie?
IS: My best acting experience is the scene where I'm getting beaten to death with a camera tripod in Sins of the Father, (a Light & Dark Productions movie). It was really violent and I'm pretty happy about the way I acted in it. My worst acting experience is in an amateur movie I was in a few years ago called ... you'll just have to read the article to find out. I don't want to bash someone else's movie.
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