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Hellraiser Q&A Moderated By Fangoria Eic Chris Alexander!
17 hours ago
While at Texas Frightmare Weekend, I had the pleasure of hearing from a few cenobites at the Hellraiser panel, known to other Frightmare attendees as the Cenobite Me panel. Doug Bradley, who played the infamous character of Pinhead, along with Nicholas Vince, who played Chatterer, and Barbie Wilde, who played the female cenobite in Hellbound: Hellraiser II reunited in Texas for a quick chat with Fangoria Magazine’s editor in chief, Chris Alexander. This was undoubtedly one of the most entertaining panels I’ve ever been to, and I feel lucky to have had witnessed it in person. However, I know a lot of people couldn’t make it all the way to Texas, so I wanted to share the experience with everyone. This way, everyone can rejoice in the event of some of horror’s most iconic figures reliving the shocking, provocative, unforgettable Hellraiser films that we all know and love. »
- Kalyn Corrigan
Beyond Fright: Marilyn Manson’s “Heart Shaped Glasses” Video
8 July 2014 6:11 PM, PDT
In the five albums prior to 2007′s Eat Me, Drink Me, shock rocker Marilyn Manson established himself as a force to be reckoned with, a musician guaranteed to offend and completely refusing to abide by any rules set forth by anyone else, and committing a full on assault on the religious right wing .
In each of the different eras prior to this one, Manson and Co. did a hell of a job reinventing themselves, from the Satanic rock of 1994′s Portrait of An American Family, to a Messiah-like figure with 1996′s Antichrist Superstar and so on. After the glam rock feel of 1998′s Mechanical Animals, the angry as hell Holy Wood, and the industrial-tinged rock feel of 2003′s Golden Age of the Grotesque, a lot of people were curious which avenues were left to explore, and wondering if Manson had in time, lost his steam. He had gotten married, settled »
- Jerry Smith
Review: Haunted House On Sorority Row
8 July 2014 10:58 AM, PDT
I am ride or die for indie horror films. When I say “indie,” I’m not referring to films with only one million dollar budgets in comparison to $100,000,000 budgets. I’m talking about the films that won’t show up on Netflix instant watch and the films that you can only find if you buy directly from the director at their convention table. I’ve spoken many times before on the incredible experience that is the Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo. It’s a convention devoid of guests that charge insane amounts of money for signatures because they’ve been on One horror related television show, but rather a place to celebrate the people that starred in the roles of yesteryear that we’ve worshiped over time. Cinema Wasteland is also a breeding ground for some of the most unique films that would otherwise go completely unnoticed. Thanks to the Wastelanders, »
- BJ Colangelo
Debut Clip From L.A. Slasher Makes Its Way Online!
7 July 2014 3:29 PM, PDT
Earlier today, Comicbookmovie.com posted an exclusive clip for the upcoming “death to reality” horror film, L.A. Slasher, a film that I, for one, am quite looking forward to. What better setup, than a slasher looking for privileged reality stars to dispatch? Count me in. While no bloodshed is shown in the clip, it does feature the never slowing down Danny Trejo, who along with Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista, plays a drug dealer with an obvious sense of humor. Check it out!
“a biting, social satire about reality TV and the glorification of people who are famous for simply being famous, L.A. Slasher explores why it has become acceptable and even admirable for people to become influential and wealthy based on no merit or talent – purely through notoriety achieved through shameful behavior. Incensed by the tabloid culture which celebrates it, the L.A. Slasher publicly abducts a series of reality TV stars, »
- Jerry Smith
The Millennial’s Guide to Picking Horror Movies
7 July 2014 11:46 AM, PDT
For those of you that aren’t religiously worshipping at the altar of The Killer Pov podcast, (brought to you by Geeknation, Elric Kane, Rebekah McKendry, and our own Rob G.) you’re missing out on some extremely poignant and important discussions in the name of horror. Last week the Killer Pov gang and their guests Axelle Carolyn (Soulmate) and Heidi Honeycutt (Etheria Film Festival) discussed the way film selections, distributions, and video on demand services have changed over the years. Coming from someone born in 1990, my introduction into genre films was during the tail end of Ma & Pop Video Stores and VHS box art. If I’m not being told directly “Hey, _______ is awesome, go see it.” There’s a good chance it will slip under my radar. As a younger horror fan, I’m not alone. Thanks to things like Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Netflix, Vudu, Roku, and other strangely named streaming services, »
- BJ Colangelo