3 items from 2014
Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com
Heavy Metal (1981)
Director: Gerald Potterton
If you were a kid in a record store in the early 1980’s, you saw this poster. Our record store was poorly lit with carpet crawling up the walls where you could thumb through albums with provocative covers while your parents ran their errands. Ahh, innocence lost. I couldn’t recall an animated film like this before or since, but the most significant thing that I can remember about “Heavy Metal” is that it taught me that animation can have adult and horrific elements. This movie scared me a little. »
There is quite an assortment of titles arriving on DVD and Blu-ray this week, guaranteeing that there’s sure to be something right up your proverbial horror and sci-fi loving alley. Not only does Anchor Bay have a variety of titles coming at you, but Scream Factory also has another high definition horror classic for you guys, this time from legendary filmmaker Warner Herzog.
Rob Zombie is also releasing his first ever concert film, The Zombie Horror Picture Show, this week and BBC Home Entertainment is bringing home the recently recovered Doctor Who serial drama, The Enemy of the World, which had previously been lost for all these years (it originally aired in the late ‘60s). There are also some new horror gems arriving from both Magnolia Home Entertainment and Lionsgate as well as Raze, the latest gritty actioner from resident badass Zoe Bell.
Nosferatu the Vampyre (Shout! »
- Heather Wixson
Kiss was recently inducted into the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame after forty years of hard work, blood, sweat, and tears. Unlike other bands, not all of their current and former associates were asked to share the honor. The Hall of Fame only awarded original members Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss in the ceremony which took place on April 10, 2014.
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons were enraged by the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame's decision and refused to perform at the event. How could thirty years of hit records and songs still being played in their concert sets just be ignored? Not only were the two founding members of Kiss irritated by this, but many fans of the band's music past their early makeup days were as well.
We've heard from the original four founders of Kiss in regards to how they feel about their »
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3 items from 2014
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