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Destroyer is an oddity among slashers in that I know a lot of people who have never watched it but have seen the memorable VHS artwork of massively jacked-up NFL star Lyle Alzado hoisting a jackhammer like a machine gun.… Continue Reading →
Usually being assigned to sit in the electric chair means you’ve reached the end of the line, but for serial killer Ivan Moser, his death sentence is a springboard to a new string of murders in Robert Kirk’s Destroyer. Scream Factory has just announced they are coupling the 1988 horror film with William Wesley’s Scarecrows for a Blu-ray release next summer.
From Scream Factory: “Our “Shocktober” celebration continues with another film to reveal, and this is a rare one: The 1988 prison/slasher film Destroyer will make its debut on the Blu-ray format in Summer 2015 and will be paired in a double feature with the previously-announced Scarecrows—another quasi-slasher flick from 1988.
Similar to The Horror Show and Shocker in its execution (pun not intended) Destroyer sports a pretty wild cast starring former NFL player Lyle Alzado, Deborah Foreman (April Fool’s Day, Waxwork), Clayton Rohner (also from April Fool’s Day, »
- Derek Anderson
Cops have finally identified the Cleveland Browns fan who peed on the grave of late Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell ... and now the case is the hands of the State Attorney ... TMZ Sports has learned. The footage has been all over the Internet -- showing some pudgy dude in a Lyle Alzado jersey calling Modell a "piece of s**t" who tried to kill the Browns ... before taking a leak on his gravestone. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
3 items from 2014
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