I like Kim Sønderholm, so I’m going to give him the benefit of the doubt regarding the supposed controversy surrounding his upcoming endeavor “Little Big Boy: The Death Stalker Murders”. The film, a mockumentary which was apparently inspired by the real documentary “Overnight”, reportedly had some trouble finding a distributor, though that problem has been rectified. Worldwide Multimedia will release Sønderholm’s motion picture on August 21st, 2012, a day that will be filled to bursting with controversy. I’m feeling all controversial just talking about it.
A plot synopsis, courtesy of the press release:
“Little Big Boy” tells the story of acclaimed horror film director Jimmy Duncan, infamous for his psychotic temper and his unique brand of exploitative movies. Having witnessed the murder of his mother at the age of seven, Duncan grew up in an orphanage and then worked his way up in the movie industry. Caught up in the downward spiral of his own success, surrounded by movie reviewers who refused to acknowledge his obvious talent, starlet wannabes with zero ability to act, producers with little patience, and those who will exploit anyone to become famous in a soul eating industry, we follow Jimmy while he is working on his latest feature film “Death Stalker.” The shoot quickly turns into a descent into insanity when his leading lady leaves the production halfway through shooting the film. Haunted by his childhood experiences, Duncan finds himself in an abyss from which there is no return.
“Little Big Boy: The Death Stalker Murders” features a number of actors, including Lloyd Kaufman, April Monique Burril, Monique Dupree, Megan Sacco, Amy Lynn Best, Rachel Grubb, Brandon Slagle, David C. Hayes, Keith Collins, Manoush, Gry Bay, Melany Denise, reality stars/celebrity models Katrine Poulsen and Jessica Sky, and, from what I understand, many others. If you feel you need a trailer, you can find one hanging out below.