Sunday, November 15, 2009

Eldorado - the First Horror Musical?

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Fantastic Films seems to be on a roll in the horror genre as they are set to release Eldorado. A film that might be more of a parody than horror there are strippers, Neo-Nazi fundraisers, and a blues band known as The Jews Brothers. If that is not enough for you Eldorado will be shown in 3-D and show off the talents, for the last time, of David Carradine. Have a look at the hilarious synopsis below.

A synopsis for Eldorado right here:

"After wrongly being sent to a Neo Nazi fund raiser instead of the stripper, Blues Brothers tribute band 'The Jews Brothers', Stan and Ollie get offered a gig in El Dorado to make amends for a gig gone sour.

At the very same time Jessica a beautiful but despondent wife is on the run with a million dollars from her cheating husband's night club.

All roads lead to Eldorado, these lives intersect and at this point it means trouble. While these small lives revolve around each other a bigger power is controlling the action to make their visit to this town one they will never forget.

It's Eldorado's 200th anniversary, the townsfolk are hungry to celebrate, which does prove unfortunate to the tourists who come to visit and find that they are the dish of the day!

Director: Richard Driscoll.

Cast: Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, Brigitte Nielsen, Michael Madsen, Steve Guttenberg, and Bill Moseley.

A trailer for Eldorado can be found at the Fantastic Film website located here:

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Dot B. said...

Seems to me that "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" was also a "horror musical". This looks funny. I can't wait.