7 items from 2014
Back in April we learned the dates of Grimmfest 2014, which takes place in Manchester, England, from the 2nd-5th October, and now they've revealed the headlining act and first film along with some special September preview screenings.
Headlining Grimmfest 2014 is Italian 70's progressive rock legends Claudio Simonetti's Goblin, performing a live score to Dario Argento’s horror classic Suspiria. This truly unique event will take place at The Dancehouse in Manchester on Friday 3rd October. Click here for ticket info.
Grimmfest producer Sim Halligan said, "We are delighted to be hosting this immersive screening of Suspiria; our fans will love the film and really get behind the ironic venue."
Grimmfest 2014 introduces special previews in September, a season of 'run up' titles to »
- Debi Moore
As a first announcement to tease expectant fans this is a pretty good one. On Friday 3rd October at The Dancehouse in Manchester, Grimmfest have revealed that there will be a special screening of Dario Argento's horror classic Suspiria with a live score performed by Italian 70's progressive rock legends Claudio Simonetti's Goblin! This promises to be an immersive experience like no other and if this alone was not enough to wet the appetites of fans new and old, the performance will be followed by a screening of Argento's cut of Dawn Of The Dead, also soundtracked by Goblin! This is without doubt an unmissable experience! »
As we ponder how series 8's music will sound, Jeff digs out ten inventive takes on the Doctor Who theme...
With series eight’s Deep Breath fast approaching, there are questions all Dw fans will be asking – perhaps none as pressing as “What new bag of tricks will Murray Gold be bringing to the theme song?” While we all wait with bated breath, why not take a gander at these variations on Ron Grainer’s immortal work?
Doctor Who Theme – Gallifrey Remixes (Dominic Glynn and Syzygy)
Dominic Glynn’s theme from Trial Of A Timelord is an 80s effort that’s worn well for this writer, particularly the way Glynn sneaks in a new array of far-out soundscapes. This remix, originally performed at L.A.’s Gallifrey One convention, features four upgrades of Glynn’s ‘Trial’ theme, as produced with Syzygy (a.k.a. Justin Mackay). It takes a »
We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Michael Jackson, Goblin, Fozzy, Mastodon, Three Days Grace, Machine Head, Hawthorne Heights, DevilDriver, Miss May I, From First to Last, Deafhaven and more. Don't touch that dial.
A new Michael Jackson album titled Xscape has been announced. In stores May 13th via Epic Records, the effort will feature eight never-before-heard tracks.
Fozzy will release a new album this summer. The first single, "Lights Go Out," will be out April 29th.
Periphery frontman Spencer Sotelo is the new lead vocalist of From First to Last. Watch the video announcement - which includes a clip of Sotelo performing "The Latest Plague” - here. Their new Ep is expected soon.
Mastodon's new, as-yet-untitled album is in the final stages of being mastered. It will be released later this year.
- Alex DiVincenzo
Belfast Film Festival | Bradford International Film Festival | Drive In Film Club | The Double Q+A
Belfast Film Festival
The new films at this eclectic festival encompass everything from an Icelandic human/equine romcom (Of Horses And Men to a Kristin Scott Thomas/Daniel Auteuil marriage drama (Before The Winter Chill) to a Liam Neeson-narrated doc on Northern Irish motorbike racing (Road) – not to mention a Siberian heist movie involving telekinetic dwarves (The Distance). There are cult screenings, social-outreach documentaries, films in choice venues (The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou on the Belfast Barge), Dawn Of The Dead with a live score by giallo greats Goblin, and Mark Cousins and David Holmes sneaking a short snippet of their new film I Am Belfast.
Various venues, Thu to 5 Apr
Bradford International Film Festival
You want international? How about a British film about Chinese women in Dubai? Or a French study of »
- Steve Rose
Any lover of Euro-horror knows that if the score accompanying the onscreen carnage is absolutely mind-blowing, you can count razorblades to gloved assailants that it’s Goblin. The legendary group’s work has been in varying degrees of availability throughout the years, but thanks to distributor Light in the Attic, their nearly complete discography is now available to purchase on vinyl!
From Suspiria, to Dawn Of The Dead, and Tenebre, Goblin’s best has been pressed onto 180 gram high quality black vinyl for your listening pleasure. A couple of them seem to be out-of-stock at the moment, but should be back in stock shortly.
Click the album covers below to purchase!
- Justin Edwards
The upcoming February 7th release of Nurse 3D has everyone buzzing, and why not? With Paz de la Huerta and Katrina Bowden heating up the screen, how can you go wrong? To celebrate, we bring you Five Beautifully Broken Nurses.
Now, of course you have the standard fare, the all-star psycho nurses like Annie Wilkes in Misery, Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, everyone's favorite nurse to hang around with in Halloween II, and that beastly bunch of corpse-like caregivers from Silent Hill. But we thought we'd go a bit off the beaten path on this one.
First, some honorable mentions. We're going to categorize these nurses as NILFs, but we've got two different types of NILFs. We've got the traditional "Nurses I'd Like to... Fornicate" (with, haha!) and "Nurses I'd Like to Forget" for the really disturbing ones.
Who could forget that Victor Crowley's mother was »
- Scott Hallam
7 items from 2014
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