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Scream, Queens! The Top 40 Horror Films of The 80′s!

27 August 2013 11:55 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

For the last couple of months in The Daily Briefs, I’ve been counting down my list of the top 40 horror movies of the 80′s, and now it’s time to unveil #1. But first, here’s a look back at #40 – 2.

Thank you for all of your comments, and I hope I triggered some fun memories. But now it’s your turn! What are your favorite horror films from that bygone era? Do you prefer the Jason franchise, or Freddy? Any obscurities you think should be more well known? Let’s see your lists!

40. Rats:Night Of Terror

39. Visiting Hours

38. The Boogens

37. Blood Beach

36. New Year’s Evil

35. The Beast Within

34. Dolls

33. I, Madman

Director Tibor Takacs followed up his surprise hit The Gate with this sadly overlooked, well-crafted slasher, written by David Chaskin (who wrote A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddie’s Revenge). Sadly, there’s no gay subtext in this one, »

- snicks

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Briefs: “My Ex-Boyfriend The Space Tyrant,” Matthew Mitcham Auctions His Undies, and SkipEndersGame

8 July 2013 1:40 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Birthday shoutouts go to Michael Weatherly, (above) who is 45, Billy Crudup is 45, Kevin Bacon is 55, and Angelica Huston is 62.

From Exodus to Shock the Gay Away: An Lgbt History Lesson

Geeks Out is gearing up for the November release of Ender’s Game with the new site SkipEndersGame.com, your one-stop boycott shop.

The Melbourne Cabaret festival ended on a high note, with drop of golden sun Matthew Mitcham auctioning off the Funky Trunks he was wearing … to the tune of $1000!

Below you can see the trailer for the new point-and-click game My Ex-Boyfriend The Space Tyrant. You can download a demo or purchase the game at the site. “Take control of Captain Tycho Minogue, space adventurer, as he explores other worlds, encounters strange alien characters, and ultimately confronts the greatest tyrant the galaxy has ever seen.”

Congrats to Wimbledon champs Marion Bartoli and Andy Murray. I’ve been a »

- snicks

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Details on Scream Factory’s August Titles, Including X-Ray and Schizoid

6 June 2013 3:10 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Scream Factory has given us official release details for their August titles: X-Ray, Schizoid, Q The Winged Serpent, and Dark Angel:

“This August, loyal fans are invited to combat the summer heat with a quadruple dose of 80s high-camp horror classics when a double feature presentation of Boaz Davidson’s X-ray (aka Hospital Massacre), starring former Playboy Playmate Barbi Benton, and David Paulsen’s Schizoid, starring cult film favorite Klaus Kinski (Crawlspace), debut on home entertainment shelves together in a double-feature Blu-ray™ + DVD combo pack on August 20, 2013; Larry Cohen’s creature terror classic Q The Winged Serpent, starring Michael Moriarty Law & Order), Candy Clark (American Graffiti), David Carradine (Kung Fu, Kill Bill) and Richard Roundtree (Shaft); and Craig Baxley’s Dark Angel starring Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables) arrive on Blu-ray™ for the first time on August 27, 2013. Available for the first time on Blu-ray, each movie collection boasts original theatrical key art, »

- Jonathan James

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Scream Factory Releases Schizoid / X-ray, Q The Winged Serpent, and Dark Angel Blu-ray Details

6 June 2013 1:22 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Okay, kids! Time for the goods on Scream Factory's Schizoid / X-Ray double feature Blu-ray as well as Q The Winged Serpent and Dark Angel, which was better known here Stateside as I Come in Peace.

From the Press Release

This August, loyal fans are invited to combat the summer heat with a quadruple dose of 80s high-camp horror classics when a double feature presentation of Boaz Davidson’s X-ray (aka Hospital Massacre), starring former Playboy Playmate Barbi Benton, and David Paulsen’s Schizoid, starring cult film favorite Klaus Kinski (Crawlspace), debut on home entertainment shelves together in a double-feature Blu-ray™ + DVD combo pack on August 20, 2013; Larry Cohen’s creature terror classic Q The Winged Serpent, starring Michael Moriarty Law & Order), Candy Clark (American Graffiti), David Carradine (Kung Fu, Kill Bill) and Richard Roundtree (Shaft); and Craig Baxley’s Dark Angel starring Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables) arrive on Blu-ray™ for the »

- Uncle Creepy

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Movie Poster of the Week: “20,000 Years in Sing Sing” and Title-Centric Posters through the Ages

22 February 2013 8:32 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Above: 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (Michael Curtiz, USA, 1932).

When I wrote about the posters of 1933 last week this was one poster I deliberately held back (though 20,000 Years in Sing Sing was released on Christmas Eve 1932, it is included in Film Forum’s retrospective). The early 1930s, no less than today—though the execution was a lot more interesting— was an era of big floating heads in movie posters. While 1920s movies had the occasional floating head poster for their biggest stars, artists and studios still favored the look of early silent posters with their head-to-toe portraits and snippets of narrative. Though Norma Desmond said famously of the silent era “We didn’t need dialogue...we had faces!” it was ironically with the coming of sound that faces started to dominate movie posters and, until Saul Bass, minimalism in American movie posters was almost non-existent.

All that makes the 20,000 Years poster, »

- Adrian Curry

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The Best View-Master Dream Themes Ever

1 February 2013 2:30 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

 

  Any of you out there remember the Gaf View-Master? I sure do, and I still own one. In the days before home video, the hand-held 3D viewer was often the only way kids could replay images from their favorite movies, TV shows, theme parks and vacation spots. Sure, it was just a series of still images in a slideshow format, but it was in freakin' 3D, and you could watch it anywhere. Nathan Martin, creator of movie blog Cinecraze, remembers the View-Master fondly... so much, in fact, that he put together a series of mockup View-Master concepts that we'd all really love to see.     “They sure don't make them like they used to,” he writes, “and I always wished they'd make 'em like they never did before.” To better visualize those childhood dreams that never quite came true, he created View-Master concepts for classics like Star Wars and the like, »

- Gregory Burkart

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