Slime City Sequel Begins Filming


In 1988 Gregory Lamberson released his small cult hit Slime City. Since that time he has been working on a script for a sequel and now finally Slime City Massacre will begin shooting in July in Buffalo, New York. The sequel stars Debbie Rochon, Kealan Patrick Burke, Jennifer Bihl, Robert C. Bahin and Mary Bogle. Also joining the cast are Brooke Lewis, Sephera Giron, and Tommy Sweeney.

Slime City Massacre serves as both a prequel and a sequel to the original cult film. Flashbacks set in 1959 show how cult leader Zachary Devon formed his Coven of Flesh, and why its members committed ritual suicide, setting the stage for the events depicted in SLIME CITY. In the new film's main narrative, set in a post holocaust New York City, four survivors discover Zachary's elixir and "Himalayan yogurt" in the ruins of his soup kitchen and become possessed by the spirits of the dead cult members. The story focuses on a battle between three factions: the "Slime Heads," cannibals and mercenaries.

It’s a much more ambitious project than any of my previous films,” says Lamberson, who anticipates completing the film for a 2010 release. “It’s full of action and really outrageous, over the top gore sequences, as you would expect from any film aimed at fans of 1980s horror flicks.”

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