Thursday, October 16, 2014
SNOW BUNNIES POSTER
Come on!, how do you not like this artwork?!
I remember reading some really negative comments about this art a couple years ago. What do they know?! Those same folks probably love watching television's equivalent of diarrhea... GLEE.
SNOW BUNNIES was supposedly co-written by Stephen C. Apostolof and Ed Wood.
It was directed by Mr. Apostolof ( aka A.C. Stephen ).
Rene bond, Terri Johnson, Sandy Carey, and Marsha Jordan, are some of the familiar faces you'll see in this movie.
Rene Bond wears a red colored clingy top and matching hot pants. Don't know if it was latex or leather, but it definitely looks good on her.
I thought this movie was a bit lethargic, and frequently found myself thinking about other things when Rene and Terri weren't on screen.
I don't know if this was ever released on legit VHS in the United States. I remember owning a bootleg tape in the late seventies, or early eighties ( the video and audio quality were really bad ).
I only know of one "pressed" DVD for this film ( region zero ). SNOW BUNNIES can be found in a collection of Ed Wood films called BIG BOX OF WOOD. It was released by S'MORE ENTERTAINMENT ( six discs ).
SNOW BUNNIES is on disc 4 ( in FULLscreen ). My copy of SNOW BUNNIES clocks in at 84 mins 31 seconds.
All the discs are single sided, and are housed in slimline cases that fit into a flimsy - and loose fitting - cardboard slipcase.
Each of the slimline cases share the exact same cover art! The only difference is the text on the back cover, and the number of the disc on the front and spine.
If you buy this collection, do yourself a favor and skip all the intros by Ted Newsom.
For the most part, I hated the audio commentary by Ted Newsom and David Decoteau ( on FUGITIVE GIRLS ). Both of them seem to have a contemptuous attitude towards Mr. Wood, his films, and many other people.
If the material is so incredibly beneath them, why go through the trouble of doing an audio commentary?!
I've never heard of Mr. Newsom, and if you're familiar with Mr. Decoteau's films, then you know, he's got a lot of nerve thumbing his nose at anybody else's work. Who do these guys think they are, Stanley Kubrick and Samual Fuller?... enough said.