Lizzy Borden Returns With New Release, 'Creature Feature'

Lyla Katz
VAN NUYS, Calif. — Lizzy Borden takes the director’s chair once again for the first time in three years since her incarceration, teaming up with Tom Byron Pictures for a Halloween release.

"Creature Feature" is a series of horror movie vignettes based on classic fright films and brings the classic horror movie characters like "The Mummy," "Bride of Frankenstein," "Bela Lugosi’s Dracula" and "The Wolfman," back to life.

Sunny Lane plays host as she tells stories of of various horror scenes, which feature Jennifer White, Gracie Glam, Lizz Taylor, Tara Lynn Foxx and Andy San Dimas.

“I’ll tell you one thing, the girls were amazing,” Borden said.

“Andy shined the most — she’s my new muse. I always wanted to work with Tommy Gunn. I saw 'Pirates II' and knew I had to have him. He played the Wolfman and it was perfect. Lizz, Tara Lynn, Gracie, Jennifer all blew me away with their professionalism and they did great scenes.”

Tom Byron said he's known Borden for a long time and is happy to have been part of her first movie back.

“We plan on working more in the future and I hope it is just as much fun to make as 'Creature Feature' was,” he said.

The title streets Oct. 21.