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The 10 Longest Gaps of Time Between Horror Sequels

25 November 2013 9:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

One of the big sources of excitement within the horror community these last couple weeks has been the persistent rumors of a long-awaited sequel to Beetlejuice, with both Michael Keaton and Winona Rider expressing their interest in being a part of the ghost with the most’s return to the big screen.  Will it ever actually happen?  Only time will tell.  But if it does, it’ll be a follow-up over 25 years in the making – a long time to wait for a sequel, don’t ya think?!

Well, it wouldn’t be the first time us horror fans have had to wait a couple decades for a sequel.  In fact, we’ve waited a whole lot longer than that.  Just how long, you ask?  Let’s take a look at the ten horror sequels that took longer than any others to find their way into our lives!

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- John Squires

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[Coffin Couture] Sepultura, Skeletons And Satan: Swimwear For Headbangers

6 August 2013 8:00 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Well, it’s nearly August, and summer is officially in full swing. And if you’re a fan of heavy metal and horror, I’ve got the scoop on what you should be sporting on the beach this summer. Forget the polka-dot bikini girls, because right now it’s all about Sepultura, skeletons, and Satan.

There are few things more hardcore than Brazilian band, Sepultura. This Monokini, based on the bands 1985 album “Bestial Devastation”, is the creation of Quebec based Speed Clothing. Back in the early 1960′s, Rudi Gernreich, an Austrian-born American fashion designer, introduced the world to the first Monokini, which was topless.

Here’s another satanic Monokini from Speed Clothing, this time featuring artwork inspired by New Jersey thrash band, Blood Feast. Both of these completely metal Monokini’s will run you about $90. It’s a small price to pay to ensure you look like the spawn of »

- Cherry Bombed

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Zombificador! To be Directed by Herscell Gordon Lewis “The Godfather Of Gore”

15 June 2013 6:39 AM, PDT | Horror News | See recent Horror News news »

Iconic filmmaker Herschell Gordon Lewis has agreed to return to the director’s chair for Zombificador. Lewis is affectionately known as the “Godfather of Gore” after making such classic splatter fests as Two Thousand Maniacs, Blood Feast, Color Me Blood Red and The Wizard of Gore. Now he’s ready to create what promises to be his bloodiest movie ever!

Lewis will direct from a script written by Marc Fernandez. Zombificador is an old-fashioned anthology movie with … Continue reading → »

- HorrorNews.net

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Herschell Gordon Lewis Returns For “Zombificador”!

11 June 2013 11:14 AM, PDT | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

50 years after Herschell Gordon Lewis’ cult classic Blood Feast, the Godfather of Gore is getting back in the director’s chair again for Zombificador, a film from Zombiehamster.com and Mugworth Productions. The film is set to star Bill Moseley (House Of 1,000 Corpses), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes) and Todd Farmer (Jason X). A crowd-funding campaign is well under way for the practical FX horror film on Indiegogo, which you can find here, that’s running through July 7th. Below you’ll find a biography on the esteemed cult director and a press release for the new film.

Biography

Herschell Gordon Lewis is God!” – John Waters

A stunning and grand endorsement from John Waters, one of countless filmmakers who Herschell Gordon Lewis has influenced throughout a career which has spanned over half a century.

From his ‘nudie cutie’ features of the late ‘50s (including ‘The Adventures of Lucky Pierre »

- Andy Greene

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Fund These Films: New Features From Herschell Gordon Lewis and Roger Corman

25 May 2013 11:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Two genre film legends are involved in new projects trying to raise money via Indiegogo, the major crowdfunding site that isn’t Kickstarter. Rather than pick only one of them and then wait a week to maybe write up the other, I decided to throw them together. Besides, those of you who are interested in one are likely interested in the other, too. And when dealing with low-budget masters like Herschell Gordon Lewis and Roger Corman, it’s appropriate to be efficient. Lewis’s project is called Zombificador, and it’s an anthology featuring five connected stories involving “big fat monsters with the ability of transforming people into savage creatures, to human-sized mutant bugs, along with talking puppets and silent psycho killers.” It’s promised to be the “goriest and grossest movie ever” from the 83-year-old director (best known for cult classics Two Thousand Maniacs!, Blood Feast and Monster a-Go Go), which is saying a lot. If »

- Christopher Campbell

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Celebrate 50 Years of Blood Feast this Saturday at The Way Out Club in St. Louis

19 May 2013 8:40 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

“A feast such as this has not been performed in 5,000 years. “

Blood Feast (1963) is the stomach churning movie by “The Godfather of Gore ” Herschell Gordon Lewis that opened the floodgates to the countless blood and slasher movie that followed since its release fifty years ago. Blood Feast was a midnight movie drive-In mainstay for years. No Punches are pulled and no organs left inside from our view in Blood Feast. This film is a true classick in every sense of the word. Remember this was the mid 60′s folks. Sure the effects were cheap & fake, but the bad intentions were there from the get go. Gotta love that Mr. Lewis. 2,000 Maniacs, The Gore-gore Girls, and Color Me Blood Red – he cranked ‘em out with no shame. That crazy Egyptian Fuad Ramese and his fowl deeds have kept gorehounds, drives-ins, fans, & curiosity seekers amazingly shocked for five decades and now you »

- Tom Stockman

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Godfather of Gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis Returns With Zombificador!!

6 May 2013 6:50 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

*Update* – There’s a Brand New video featuring the Godfather of Gore himself, Herschell Gordon Lewis explaining the campaign! Check it out and the bottom!!

Herschell Gordon Lewis, the man responsible for the term “gore”, along with such horror classics as Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs!, and an odd favorite of mine, She-devils On Wheels, has enlisted the help of today’s crowd-funding craze to help his latest opus, Zombificador get made and on its way. An anthology that promises to be Lewis’ “goriest film yet”, the film will star genre favorites Bill Moseley (The Devil’S Rejects, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’S Nest), among other soon to be announced genre greats.

While I’m not the biggest fan of crowd-funding when it comes to big studio-ish films (here’s looking at your Braff), people like Herschell are »

- SMITH

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H.G. Lewis Needs Help To Make Zombificador A Reality

1 May 2013 3:10 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Herschell Gordon Lewis is one of the most polarizing figures in horror for a number of reasons.He, along with producer David Friedman, introduced the idea of the gore film to the drive-in masses and changed the face of modern horror. This is the root from which explicit horror has grown, everything from the Gialli of the late 60's to the 80's Euro-gore boom to modern torture porn finds its origins in his no-budget features like Blood Feast and Two Thousand Maniacs. It's pretty hard to argue that the quality of his films varies wildly, some are wildly entertaining horror comedies (like Two Thousand Maniacs) and others are, um, not. Regardless of that, the man soldiers on. After a long hiatus from the movie business during...

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Indie Spotlight

28 April 2013 11:45 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We return with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes news on Herschell Gordon Lewis’s next film, Zombificador, details on a feature-length version of The Little Mermaid short film, a Truth or Dare teaser trailer, and much more:

Feature-Length Version of The Little Mermaid Announced: “The Little Mermaid is a live-action, supernatural thriller set in the 1930s Oklahoma dust bowl. This dark fantasy centers around a sideshow of “living aquatic oddities” in which the Little Mermaid herself is both a captive victim, and an incredibly powerful catalyst. As a character-driven thriller, the film transcends traditional indie “pick ‘em off in the dark one by one” offerings. Impacting each of the ensemble cast in a unique way, this is not the Little Mermaid you remember from your childhood!

In 2011, the principals of Done Four Productions produced a »

- Tamika Jones

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Our Favorite Horror Sidekicks – Dorgo from 'The Night of 1000 Cats'

1 April 2013 9:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Blood Feast (The Night of 1000 Cats) is the creation of Mexican cult director René Cardona Jr., who is best known for making the movie that inspired Jaws, Tintorera. The Night of 1000 Cats, stars the debonair Hugo Stiglitz as the helicopter-flying killer playboy Hugo. His main occupation in life is to lure unsuspecting women back to his man lair by flying around and suggestively dropping a rope ladder out the side of the 'copter in the hope they’ll climb up.

Once these ladies are back at Hugo’s lair, they are treated to drinks from gigantic goblets, some bachelor-type play, sexy interludes, and finally a beheading. All of this takes planning and organization, none of which could be done without the Hugo’s trusty right hand man and our sidekick of the week, Dorgo. At this point I am sure you are wondering where the cats come in. Well, Hugo’s a collector of sorts, »

- Sara Castillo

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‘The Lost Films of Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Collection Reveals the X-Rated Side of the Wizard of Gore

19 March 2013 4:30 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

It’s not uncommon for film directors to find themselves categorized into a specific niche, but it’s almost always interesting (and occasionally fun) to see their attempts at operating outside those expectations. Herschell Gordon Lewis‘ career has seen him work in all manner of genres, but the perception of him as “the wizard of gore” remains. Films like Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs, Color Me Blood Red, The Gore Gore Girls and others have made H.G. Lewis synonymous with goofy, technicolor blood baths. But he also had a softer, dirtier side made evident through a series of T&A films produced both before and after his horror flicks. Fans are aware of most of them, but three were thought lost to history… until now. Vinegar Syndrome is a brand spanking new specialty label, and their debut release is as important and well-crafted as any label could hope for. The Lost Films of Herschell Gordon Lewis collects »

- Rob Hunter

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The 15 Most Violent Movie Titles of All Time

1 February 2013 1:00 PM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

There may be a slight possibility that standards for movie titles have become more lenient over the years, since we can't really fathom an action movie like this week's "Bullet to the Head" coming out in 1954 with a title like that. No sir.

The Sylvester Stallone vehicle does stick in your head for some reason, so we thought we'd dig in and find the most gruesome, lurid and downright threatening movie titles ever conceived. Remember, the criteria here ain't the violent content of the film itself, just its nastified handle.

15. '8 Million Ways to Die' (1986)

The unlikely combination of star Jeff Bridges, screenwriter Oliver Stone and director Hal Ashby ("Harold and Maude") came up with this neo-noir concoction, which failed to ignite at the box office and ultimately served as Ashby's swan song. The film itself has a pulpy, sub-"Miami Vice" plot about an alcoholic ex-detective drawn into a »

- Max Evry

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10 Most Depraved FIlms You’ve Never Seen

20 January 2013 2:48 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Certain types of film fans love a bit of depravity with their popcorn, and for that very reason, I have scoured the rancid bowels of my mind to bring you these cinematic catastrophes to delight in, be repulsed with, or be morally incensed by – whatever tickles your fancy. Needless to say, if Mary Whitehouse was alive, she would probably spontaneously combust reading this.

Quite frankly, I am bored of perusing lists of controversial films with Salo, Cannibal Holocaust and Last House on the Left on them. They are highly commendable films but they have been discussed to death. The films on this list go deeper in their degree of sleaziness, depravity and nastiness and they are lesser known which makes the list that little bit more spicy. And we can all do with a little spice in our lives – even if it leaves a bitter, pungent taste…. Just like these movies do. »

- Clare Simpson

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Uncover "The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis" on Blu

7 January 2013 5:46 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Herschell Gordon Lewis, who consistently pushed the boundaries of low budget and good taste in horror with motion pictures like Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs and The Gore Gore Girls also dabbled in films meant to cheaply play on your sensual side. Now, Vinegar Syndrome releases The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis, a two-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo package that features the aforementioned sexploitation films, restored from their negatives and having never looked so good (see the trailer below for a peek at the upgrade).

Inside you’ll see

The Ecstasies Of Women: a torrid comedy/drama set in the swinging world of late 60s Los Angeles.

Linda And Abilene, which combines the savagery of a classic Hollywood western with sequences if intense eroticism.

Black Love exposes the lovemaking habits of the contemporary black couple through a series of amusing and creative vignettes.

The films are accompanied by liner notes and original trailers. »

- samueldzimmerman@gmail.com (Samuel Zimmerman)

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Uncover "The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis" on Blu

7 January 2013 5:46 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Herschell Gordon Lewis, who consistently pushed the boundaries of low budget and good taste in horror with motion pictures like Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs and The Gore Gore Girls also dabbled in films meant to cheaply play on your sensual side. Now, Vinegar Syndrome releases The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis, a two-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo package that features the aforementioned sexploitation films, restored from their negatives and having never looked so good (see the trailer below for a peek at the upgrade).

Inside you’ll see

The Ecstasies Of Women: a torrid comedy/drama set in the swinging world of late 60s Los Angeles.

Linda And Abilene, which combines the savagery of a classic Hollywood western with sequences if intense eroticism.

Black Love exposes the lovemaking habits of the contemporary black couple through a series of amusing and creative vignettes.

The films are accompanied by liner notes and original trailers. »

- samueldzimmerman@gmail.com (Samuel Zimmerman)

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Uncover "The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis" on Blu

7 January 2013 5:46 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Herschell Gordon Lewis, who consistently pushed the boundaries of low budget and good taste in horror with motion pictures like Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs and The Gore Gore Girls also dabbled in films meant to cheaply play on your sensual side. Now, Vinegar Syndrome releases The Lost Films Of Herschell Gordon Lewis, a two-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo package that features the aforementioned sexploitation films, restored from their negatives and having never looked so good (see the trailer below for a peek at the upgrade).

Inside you’ll see

The Ecstasies Of Women: a torrid comedy/drama set in the swinging world of late 60s Los Angeles.

Linda And Abilene, which combines the savagery of a classic Hollywood western with sequences if intense eroticism.

Black Love exposes the lovemaking habits of the contemporary black couple through a series of amusing and creative vignettes.

The films are accompanied by liner notes and original trailers. »

- samueldzimmerman@gmail.com (Samuel Zimmerman)

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