Announces Movies "Stongehenge Apocalypse" and "Dinocroc vs
HILL HARPER (STONEHENGE APOCALYPSE) LEADS HUMANITY INTO THE ABYSS,
WHILE ROGER CORMAN PITS DINOCROC VS. SUPERGATOR IN SYFY'S JUNE SATURDAY
New York, New York - An ancient apocalypse engulfs the world and
legendary cult B Movie producer Roger Corman creates another epic creature
battle -- starring David Carradine in his final film role -- in the June
Syfy Saturday Original Movies.
In Stonehenge Apocalypse, premiering Saturday, June 12, at 9PM (ET/PT),
the ancient sandstone pillars of Stonehenge suddenly come to life,
shifting along the earth's power grid and creating devastating natural
disasters around the world. Is Stonehenge really an alien terraforming
machine, originally used to create a fertile, life-sustaining planet? And
is its accidental re-activation going to destroy the earth? It is up to
brilliant and eccentric radio show host Misha Collins (Supernatural) to
prevent this by stopping a crazed cult leader (Hill Harper, CSI NY), eager
for Armageddon. A production of Cinetel.
Roger Corman's Dinocroc vs. Supergator, premieres Saturday, June 26, at
9PM (ET/PT). In the movie, directed by Jim Wynorski, a lush, tropical
island becomes a terrifying "Green Hell" when two giant
creatures escape an experimental facility and begin rampaging toward
populated beaches. where unwary tourists soon find themselves on the
Dinocroc vs. Supergator is produced by Roger Corman and Julie Corman,
whose most recent Syfy Saturday Original Movie Dinoshark devoured more
than two million total viewers during its premiere in March 2010.
Roger Corman, who received an Honorary 2010 Oscar, has directed and
produced numerous cult classics, among them It Conquered the World,
Teenage Doll, The Little Shop of Horrors, House of Usher, Pit and the
Pendulum, Premature Burial, The Raven, The Masque of the Red Death, The
Wild Angels and The Trip.
Corman is also credited with opening the door to a number of young
filmmakers including Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron,
Jonathan Demme and Ron Howard.