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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 12.07.11] movie trailer news cult documentary

This one's for you cult movie fans! Documentary filmmaker Pete Schuermann (Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic) is hard at work on film that will take us into the very bizarre world of bad movie making in the 60s. The target of this expose? Vic Savage and his 1964 cult horror movie The Creeping Terror (which currently holds a 1.9 rating on IMDB.

Unlike most documentaries however, CREEP! isn't just talking heads. It also incorporates actors portraying some of the stranger, true-to-life events that are now legendary.

A dark comedy/documentary feature, CREEP! chronicles the outlandish story of director Art Nelson in his audacious effort 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.

Art Nelson, aka Vic Savage, was a con-artist looking to make a buck. Movie-making was just one of his weapons of choice. But the methods to Art's madness in creating The Creeping Terror make Ed Wood's story seem trivial in comparison. Unlike Ed Wood however, CREEP! is told by the actual people who helped bring The Creeping Terror to life, for better or for worse. But CREEP! isn't just a documentary recounting the desperate tales of Art Nelson by those who knew him best.

Check out a full trailer (sort of NSFW) and a shorter, more standard teser below:

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