Drew Bolduc's 'The Taint' was one of those films that reminded you of early classic John Waters in the best way. Now we hear that Bolduc's working on another great bastard child of sci-fi horror called innocently enough, Science Team, and you can check out a promo clip they've posted on IndiGoGo. Below are a few images from the promo.
Right now Bolduc and his team are raising funds to begin shooting the film this June in Richmond, VA. They're already moving along really well, and here's a description of the film that he passed along to us.
Chip returns home to find that his mother has been brutally murdered. A sessile space alien with telepathic powers is now living in her house rent free. Science Team, an anti-alien organization, must now eliminate the extraterrestrial threat. Drama ensues. People die. Inner and extraterrestrial demons are engaged. Men in pink suits use cool-looking technology. Events culminate in a destructive orgy of violence of such an epic intensity that people's minds are literally blown out of their heads.
His description on IndiGoGo goes a little further:
"Science Team is a national organization whose main purpose is to maintain interstellar peace and protect America from the many alien threats that seek to destroy us.
We need your help to recruit more members to fight alongside us. We must build a super scientific alliance and raise funds to combat a giant sessile alien menace with telepathic powers capable of doing this:"
Science Team must eliminate this evil extraterrestrial threat at all costs. We must proceed with extreme caution. People will die horrible and disgusting deaths. Inner and extraterrestrial demons will be engaged. Cool-looking technology will be used. People's minds will be blown out of their heads.
Remember to bring your mind protectors.
So you know we'll be getting that wonderful twisted humor in this one too! I'm sure they've learned the ropes of distribution so they'll be able to avoid the usual pitfalls most firstime filmmakers go through. We've all been there, and I'm rooting for more investors to take a peek at the promo below and keep this kind of filmmaking alive! If you've not checked out The Taint yet, go check it out here.