8 items from 2015
Read More: Watch: Bruce Campbell is Back in Bloody New 'Ash vs. Evil Dead' Teaser Promising features and short films in every horror sub-genre, from psychologic thriller to ghoulish actioner, the Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival has announced its full lineup for its second run in Chicago. The four-day festival will screen a world premiere, a handful of Us premieres and many Chicago premieres, along with special screenings of horror classics such as "Cannibal Holocaust," introduced by "Green Inferno" director Eli Roth, and "Fright Night" with its director, Tom Holland, in attendance. Some highlights include Jason Krawczyk’s "He Never Died," the secretly-violent social outcast crime film that's closing the festival, and a screening of Don Coscarelli's 2002 cult classic "Bubba Ho-Tep," followed by a discussion with Bruce Campbell. The festival will take place at the Muvico Theater in Rosemont from »
- Meredith Mattlin
One month from now, Bruce Cambell's Horror Film Festival will take over the Muvico Theater in Rosemont, Illinois and they've announced killer lineup that includes Tales of Halloween, a screening of Fright Night with a Q&A from Tom Holland, and Eli Roth introducing Cannibal Holocaust:
"Chicago, July 22, 2015 – The second annual Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival presented by Wizard World, running August 20 – 23 at the Muvico Theater in Rosemont, Illinois (9701 Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont), promises thrills, chills, guests and surprises to Chicago’s legions of horror fans. The four-day event, programmed by The Awesome Fest, will coincide with Wizard World Chicago and offers convention-goers and ticket holders a chance to sit back, relax, and lose their minds.
“You can have your rom-coms, your indie darlings and your blockbusters,” remarks Bruce Campbell. “I’ll take a good old-fashioned horror movie any day or night of the week!”
“With this program we »
- Jonathan James
Like all superheroes (or anyone else who uses a secret identity), there came a moment when someone finally cracked the code and published my real name. To be fair, my identity was a pretty poorly-kept secret by that point. The first time I went to an actual press event, I used my real name, and anytime I met someone, I used my real name. "Moriarty" was a fun identity to slip into, and especially in the early days of the site, we played up the mythology of things. My friends all got their own spy names and would show up in the reports in the form of Henchman Mongo and Segue Zagnut and Harry Lime and more. From my end, it was silly and fun, and not something to be taken seriously. But when Film Threat ran a fairly vicious hit piece on Harry, I was also a target, and »
- Drew McWeeny
Just as unsettling as the Tall Man's sinister stroll in Don Coscarelli's Phantasm is the music that accompanies his steady strides. Tomorrow, Mondo and Death Waltz will release the original soundtracks to both Phantasm and Joe D’Amato's Absurd:
Available on Vinyl for the first time in over 35 Years, Mondo is honored to re-issue Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave's iconic soundtrack to Don Coscarelli's horror classic Phantasm. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl, with new artwork by Phantom City Creative and featuring all new liner notes by the film's Writer / Director.
Death Waltz Recording Company is proud to unleash another cult classic from the video nasty era (and their first in an ongoing series from the legendary Cam Records in Italy »
- Derek Anderson
What better way to kick off the 10th annual Texas Frightmare Weekend horror convention in Dallas than a screening of Don Coscarelli's personal 35mm print of his classic, Phantasm? This screening was announced about a month ago and TwitchFilm was very fortunate to be invited to witness this once in a lifetime event that got cooler and cooler with each passing addition to the festivities. Since Coscarelli's print of the film was, as he put it, in pretty bad shape (honestly, I've seen newer prints in far worse shape than what we were privileged to see on Thursday night), the Phantasm team and the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson, Texas, along with Tfw decided to make the event extra special. First it was announced that this...
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By Hank Reineke
On the weekend of April 24-25, DVD Drive-In and the Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift, Pa, hosted the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama. This springtime festival of 1970s and 1980s exploitation horror-films, now in its third year, is the more recent sister to September’s glorious Drive-In Super Monster-Rama. This latter event, which will enjoy its ninth incarnation this coming autumn, generally features a slate of more “traditional” monster movies from the 1960s and 1970s. Neither weekend of programming should be missed by any horror film devotee with access to an automobile. The intent of the original Drive-In Super Monster-Rama (first presented at the Riverside in 2007) was to authentically re-create the ambiance of the all-night drive-in theater spook shows of the 1960s and 1970s. In this regard, the event succeeds in every possible manner.
Co-sponsored from its inception by George Reis of the cult-film website “DVD Drive-In” and the Riverside Drive-In, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
Just as unsettling as the Tall Man's sinister stroll down the sidewalk in Don Coscarelli's Phantasm is the music that accompanies his steady strides. Over 35 years after Phantasm first hit theaters, the folks at Mondo have announced they will release Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave's iconic horror score on a new vinyl that will be available to purchase at a 35mm screening of Phantasm this weekend with the cast and crew in attendance, as well as at Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas. A new 24"x36" Phantasm poster from Mike Saputo will also be released this weekend.
Press Release (via Badass Digest) -- "Both the vinyl and poster will be available at Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson, TX as part of a 35Mm screening with filmmaker and cast in attendance as well as the Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas. If this news doesn’t excite you… You’re Already Dead!
- Derek Anderson
With art from frequent Mondo collaborators and celebrated artists Phantom City Creative, the Phantasm score returns to vinyl this weekend in Texas. Available at the upcoming Texas Frightmare, as well as a coinciding 35Mm screening of Phantasm with filmmaker Don Coscarelli in attendance, the score from Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave is pressed on 180…
The post Phantasm Returns to Vinyl; Mondo Announces Soundtrack, Screen Print appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Samuel Zimmerman
8 items from 2015
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