14 Jul

Tommy Wiseau asks, dare you enter… The House That Drips Blood On Alex?

Posted by Bryan White | Wednesday July 14, 2010 | News

Just what I needed to see, Tommy Wiseau bawling and rubbing fake blood all over himself. As if twenty minutes of his ass in The Room wasn’t  bad enough. I wish I knew what the fuck was going on in this clip. Some might say that it’s TEARING ME APAAAAART!!!

Do you know who Tommy Wiseau is? If you don’t, then I suggest you pop over and read my review of Wiseau’s magnum opus, The Room and then come on back. It’s an eye opener.

With Wiseau’s weird-ass sitcom pilot, The Neighbors, seemingly in a holding pattern, it was only a matter of time, I guess, before the legendary weirdo rolled cameras again and this time, it’s look like his project is a horror picture. Whatever The House That Drips Blood On Alex turns out to be, attendees of The San Diego Comic Con are going to get a look on July 24th and you can bet that immediately following the preview, crappy cell-cam videos of it will flood Youtube, so keep your eyes on this spot because I’ll be unable to control myself and will inevitably post one of those fucking things here. My only concern is that The Room and The Neighbors were both produced before Wiseau had a reputation as the world’s worst filmmaker and now that he tours The Room as some kind of ironic black comedy, reading Shakespeare before his personal appearances at screenings and so forth, I have to wonder if he’s tuned in directly to the irony and if The House That Drips Blood On Alex could come off forced in order to maintain consistency with his other film projects. Then again, I have to wonder if that would even matter since it’s not like he knows what he’s doing with a camera anyway. The guy is the Wesley Willis of film, making real outsider art.

Needless to say, I can’t wait to see what comes of this. Learn more at the movie’s site: http://www.housethatdripsblood.com

Edit: A little more research has demonstrated that this is not an original movie by Tommy Wiseau but a short film produced by Studio 8, a group that shoots short comedies. Wiseau is merely an actor in their latest piece.

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