‘B.C. Butcher’ director Kansas Bowling and actress Natasha Halevi will be joining Troma at Atlanta Dragon Con September 1st – 4th. This elitist duo have graced the con world before appearing with Troma at San Diego Comic Con and Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con in 2016 as well as other genre cons. They will be available at the Troma booth for signings, sexy photos and great conversation and will speak with Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger on the Dragon Con Troma panel; it was announced today by Levi White, Head of Public Relations at Troma Entertainment, Inc.
The campy cave-sploitation horror-comedy ‘B.C. Butcher’ was written and directed by Bowling at age 17 and was released by Troma Entertainment in March of 2016 with a red carpet premiere at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. Earlier this year, Troma released the Blu-Ray with special features including an intro by Kaufman and “Cavegirl Commentary” with Bowling and Kaufman. This first prehistoric slasher film follows a tribe of hot cave women, including Halevi as the snooty Anaconda, through their daily lives as cruel, violent, and conflicted pre-historic women. The film was shot on 16mm film and features O. J. Simpson trial star Kato Kaelin, a cameo from Rodney (The Mayor of Sunset strip) Bingenheimer, narration by Kadeem Hardison and a rock-n-roll performance by California band, The Ugly Kids.
Since ‘B.C. Butcher’ these snobs have continued evolving their work. Bowling has appeared in a dozen films and directed nearly two dozen music videos. Halevi produced and starred in an award winning web series ‘Lunch Break Feminist Club’ because snobby elitists are always trying to have some important political voice. Bowling and Halevi have worked together on the development of several new feature films including ‘Primitiva’ which was shot in Costa Rica in early 2017 and is currently in post-production.