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Waxwork Records will resurrect the spooky sounds of Shock Waves with their newly announced deluxe vinyl release of the 1977 cult zombie film.
Scheduled to come out this Friday, the Shock Waves vinyl soundtrack features Richard Einhorn's entire score for the film, as well as liner notes by the film's director, Ken Wiederhorn, and new artwork by Sadist Art Designs and "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin, respectively.
Variant versions of the vinyl will also be released with "sea foam green" and "ocean blue splatter" designs. Below, we have official details from Waxwork Records and a look at the cover artwork and variant LPs.
From Instagram: "Coming this Friday, the vinyl debut of Shock Waves! This deluxe LP features the complete film score by composer Richard Einhorn (The Prowler, Don't Go In The House) along with his liner notes. Also includes Director liner notes by Ken Wiederhorn (Return Of The Living Dead 2), colored vinyl, »
- Derek Anderson
“Jason’s body has disappeared from the morgue!”
Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter screens Midnights this weekend (May 13th and 14th) at The Moolah Theater and Lounge (3821 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, Mo 63108) as part of Destroy the Brain’s monthly Late Night Grindhousefilm series.
Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter (1984), the fourth film in the venerable franchise, is considered by hard-core fans of the series to be the best, although it was hardly the “final Chapter” (there were at least 10 more). Directed by Joseph Zito (The Prowler) directed, which is indeed far above average by slasher standards and features a good cast of recognizable 80’s brat pack wannabes, including Crispin Glover (Back To The Future), Corey Feldman (The Goonies), Lawrence Monoson (Last American Virgin) and Judie Aronson (Weird Science). It also ranks as one of the goriest in the series, thanks to the return of makeup effects legend Tom Savini, »
- Tom Stockman
1984’s entry into the popular slasher franchise, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, is one of the better Friday the 13th installments. It supposedly has the most nudity out of all the installments, it is more action oriented and this iteration of Jason Voorhees is pretty damn ruthless. Not to mention, tons of broken glass and Crispin Glover’s dance moves.
Personally, I bounce back and forth between this entry and Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives as my favorite film of the franchise. After 5 years of doing Late Nite Grindhouse, we finally worked it out to show a Friday the 13th movie on Friday the 13th!!
Expertly directed by Joseph Zito (The Prowler, Red Scorpion), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter introduces a great group of kids that are relatable, likeable and humorous. Stuntman Ted White brings an unapologetic and vicious Jason Voorhees to the screen that, in my personal opinion, »
- Andy Triefenbach
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