Press Release: Loyal fans of horror master John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live) know well the terrifying tale from his 1995 science fiction-horror cult classic Village Of The Damned, directed by Carpenter and executive produced by Ted Vernon (Scarecrows), Shep Gordon (They Live) and Andre Blay (Prince of Darkness). The film stars Christopher Reeve (Superman), Kirstie Alley (Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan), Linda Kozlowski (Crocodile Dundee) and Michael Paré (The Lincoln Lawyer). On April 12, 2016, Scream Factory™ is proud to present John Carpenter’s Village Of The Damned Collector
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Emerging at a time when British Rock and Pop acts were gaining considerable coverage not only in the United Kingdom but in the United States, The Kinks proudly stood tall alongside such revered company as the The Beatles, The Rolling stones, The Animals and The Yardbirds at the forefront of the British Invasion phenomenon which took flight in the early to mid 1960′s.
Formed in 1964 by Ray Davies (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Dave Davies (lead guitar, vocals), two brothers from Muswell Hill, London, who remained the core of The Kinks throughout the band’s 32-year history, the band hit the ground running
The Good Cook
In his wonderfully unfussy, unhurried way, former Bibendum chef and food writer Simon Hopkinson prepares "restaurant-quality" dishes you can make at home. Tonight, tandoori chicken (or maybe that should be "Tender"-oori chicken, judging by the Blur song that accompanies it); a simple but extremely effective coffee granita; and the perfect quiche Lorraine ("a voluptuous thing, this – it's bliss"). While watching, you may gradually become aware of groaning and perhaps almost lustful sounds emanating from somewhere close by. Don't worry – it's you. Ali Catterall
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First Cut, the documentary strand for new directors, returns. Using accounts of real-life cases and other factual research, George Kay has made a film about the fictional story of David De Gale – performed as a monologue by Phil Davis. De Gale
The Kinks, to me, were a second-tier rock outfit. That’s not a slight against the band. Several of their hits, from “Lola,” “All Day and All of the Night” and “Tired of Waiting for You” to “You Really Got Me,” became part of pop culture’s conscience. They just never attained the same level of popularity and mainstream success as legendary first-tier rockers The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones or The Who.
Geoff Edgers would disagree. The Boston Globe reporter views The Kinks as one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. And with his 40th birthday fast approaching — the milestone of the mid-life crisis — Edgers sets a personal and professional goal. He’s going to reunite the four original members of the band, including feuding brothers Ray and Dave Davies, who haven’t spoken in years.
Robert Patton-Spruill’s documentary “Do It Again,
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