Tera Patrick Co-Hosts Vignette Series for Girls and Corpses

John Sanford

LOS ANGELES — Girls and Corpses magazine announced production has wrapped on a series of dark comedic vignettes hosted by adult superstar Tera Patrick and the magazine's founder, Robert “Corpsy” Rhine, as a bickering duo that digs horror movies.

The series is part of the magazine's new venture with TomCat Films to release a slate of original indie horror films branded with Girls and Corpses Presents.

Patrick and Rhine recently co-starred as a pair of home-invasion robbers in "Angel of Darkness: The Legend of Lillith" for TomCat Films.

Girls And Corpses Presents' first release under the TomCat label is Unfiltered Entertainment's "Blood Rites," which goes on sale April 1 on DVD and has been selected for cable VOD by Gravitas. The VOD debut for the movie is slated for June 1 on more than a dozen affiliates, including COX, DISH network and Charter On Demand.

Girls and Corpses Presents is releasing four acquisitions a year to coincide with each quarterly issue of the printed magazine.

“The success of G&C magazine has led to several great film opportunities, such as with TomCat Films and the film I am executive producing for Rob Zombie called '31'," Rhine said.

"Blood Rites" was directed by Dorothy Booraem, who co-wrote the film with producer Chad Haufschild. Rhine said he has worked with TomCat Films owner Ted Chalmers as an actor on several of his films.

"Most recently I co-starred in TomCat Films 'Aliens vs. Titanic.' I respect Ted Chalmers, who does an amazing job producing and releasing cost-effective horror films for the worldwide market," Rhine said. "I am thrilled to put our Girls and Corpses brand on films we feel will shake up the marketplace with original, and very scary, movies.

"Ted is a very creative filmmaker and businessman and has had great success with domestic and international film distribution."