Black Roses (1988)
The lead singer of Southern rock group The Cadillac Three and his wife Evyn Mustoe welcomed their first child together, son Jude Daniel Johnson, on Thursday, March 30. He was born at 1:32 a.m. and clocked in at 7 lbs., 3 oz.
He wrote, “Here he is yall… Say hello to Jude Daniel Johnston. We are absolutely in Love!!!! 7lbs 3oz. Born 3-30-17 at 1:32am. We are home , healthy and about to ‘get out that vinyl.’ . Much ❤️- ev, j & j.”
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The ’80s live! Wamg recently got its hands on the new terrific, epic, 482-page book The Untold, In-depth, Outrageously True Story Of Shapiro Glickenhaus Entertainment by Marco Siedelmann, Nadia Bruce-Rawlings, and Stephen A. Roberts. This interview collection takes us back into the roaring 1980s, when the home video market changed the whole world of film making. For a short time, everything seemed possible, and in a way everything was possible. Shapiro Glickenhaus Entertainment was in the right place at the right time. Although Sge closed its doors in 1995, films like The Exterminator, Black Roses, Shakedown, Moontrap, Red Scorpion, No Retreat No Surrender II, Basket Case II & III, Frankenhooker, Maniac Cop and several others remain cult favorites today.
Enlightening interviews with business legends and producers are combined with extended conversations with well-known genre filmmakers. On top of this are the voices of all the key people that marketed
“When I was thinking of video ideas for this song, I wanted it to reflect the energy of the music and express the big eye roll that ‘Sit Here and Cry’ is,” Sellers explained to People exclusively. “I had a very specific visual vision for it, and when I saw Sam Siske’s reel I knew he was going to get it.
Stars: Peter Liapis, Lisa Pelikan, Michael Des Barres, Jack Nance, Mariska Hargitay, Scott Thomson, Ralph Seymour | Written by Luca Bercovici, Jefery Levy | Directed by Luca Bercovici
Stars: Damon Martin, Royal Dano, Phil Fondacaro, J. Downing, Kerry Remsen, Donnie Jeffcoat, Dale Wyatt | Written by Charlie Dolan, Dennis Paoli, Luca Bercovici | Directed by Albert Band
For my film-loving friends and I, Ghoulies and its immediate sequel were almost rites of passage growing up – I distinctly remember renting them from not only the local video shop but also that strange guy that used to park on the street corner renting tapes out of his boot (or, if he was more successful, the back of a transit van). You know the one, he’d have the craziest VHS tapes you’d ever seen – Class of Nuke Em High, Black Roses, The Toxic Avenger, Ghoulies… all films that sold themselves on artwork alone.
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Episode 94: Feminism and Heavy Metal With Black Roses Screenwriter Cynthia Cirile
Heavy Metal Horror continues! Week Three powers on as we sit down with Black Roses screenwriter Cynthia Cirile and talk candidly about her career with John Fasano’s films: Zombie Nightmare, Rock And Roll Nightmare and Black Roses. We also learn a handful of surprises along the way! Bj Colangelo also returns to talk with us about Dee Snider’s Strangeland and 1981’s Terror On Tour.
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Episode 95: Digging Up Rocktober Blood With The
Hairmetal Shotgun Zombie Massacre
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• Written By: Josh Vargas, Jvstin Whitney
• Directed By: Josh Vargas
• Starring: Andrew Bourgeois, Bobby Haworth, Travers Laville, Garret West, Parrish Randall
This must be my lucky year, creeps! Less than a month into this bad bastard and I’m already reviewin’ the second fright flick in my beloved metal/horror genre! And no matter what you think of these kinds o’ flicks, ya can’t deny they have the snappiest titles in the horror biz! Don’t believe me? Just slap yer putrid peepers on the name of this thing: Hairmetal Shotgun Zombie Massacre! While the title grabs the ol’ attention by the short and curlies, let’s see if everything else about this rock n’ roll nightmare can live up to that monstrous moniker.
I’ve always seen Christmas and New Year’s as the one-two punch of all holidays. All the prep that goes into Christmas to culminate in just one brief and fleeting day, and then being immediately followed by the end of the year. That year that has etched its last two digits into our subconscious, and dies hard when trying to learn to write or type the new two digits for the following year. New Year’s is also a time when you can add one more year to how long it’s been since you passed some of life’s memorable and major rites of passage, like high school or college graduation, or even how long ago your favorite films came out.
It can be a bit melancholy if you let it. One thing that is definitely a high point of all this closure
This exclusive sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode (ABC, 10/9c) takes us inside the painful meeting between Bev’s family and her physician. While Scarlett sits, shell-shocked, Deacon refuses to believe that machines are the only things keeping his brain-dead sister alive.
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“Can you tell me with absolute certainty over there that my sister won’t wake up?
Deathgasm. That name conjures up a myriad of things in your mind. A myriad of things that Deathgasm probably contains in its short, but packed, 90 minutes running time. From death by dildo, decapitations, eviscerations, disembowelment, dismemberment and more. And metal. Lots and lots of heavy metal. Old-school metal, death metal, black metal; but definitely Not any hair metal!
The movie tells the story of Brodie, a metal-loving kid sent to live with his bible-bashing relatives who is an outcast at home And at school. When he meets a kindred spirit in Zakk at the local record shop, they decide – along with Brodie only two schoolfriends – to start their own band, the titular Deathgasm (they rejected the name Intestinal Bungee Jump). Soon the duo’s resentment of the suburban wasteland leads them to
Take, for instance, her thoughts on Deacon’s sister Beverly, a hard-to-love character who grudgingly donated part of her liver to her ailing brother and who might have died at the end of the season finale.
“That beyotch!” Benanti says, chuckling. “Ugh, she’s so crazy. I hate her!” She calls out the title of Scarlett’s ballad of pain, inspired by Beverly’s borderline abusive mothering. ‘Black Roses! Black Roses!'”
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What is “Metalsploitation”? One of my friends brought the term to my attention, and I’m not sure if that subgenre classification already exists, so if not congratulations to him for inventing it. Metalsploitation exists in this bizarre era of cinema where horror films and heavy metal artists and music met. It produced cult classics like this,
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Shocking as it may seem given the amount of horror flicks I review here on Nerdly, I’m not just a horror fan. My movie-loving passion is in fact split between three genres: horror, teen comedies and action movies. As much as I can appreciate low-budget horror flicks I can also appreciate low-budget action movies – which, at least from major studios, are few and far between these days. Which is one of the reasons I was excited to check out Sniper: Legacy.
The other reason? Well, as a teenager I used to love Impact Magazine. It really was my film bible, I’d religiously pick up each and every issue from the newsagents near where I used to catch the bus to college; in
In a career that career spanned more than 25 years, Fasano had more than 40 credits on feature films and primetime television as a writer, director or producer.
His feature credits include “Another 48 Hrs.,” “Tombstone,” “Universal Soldier: The Return” and “Alien 3,” as well as developing the stories for “Alien vs. Predator,” “Flushed Away,” “Ex-1,” Marvel Comics’ “Werewolf by Night” and, most recently, writing “Sniper 5,” “Sniper Reloaded” and “Hostel: Part III.”
In television, Fasano wrote more than 17 movies, including TNT’s “The Hunchback,” for which he received a Writers Guild Award nomination in 1996; the Tom Selleck hit “Stone Cold”; the Iraq war docudrama “Saving Jessica Lynch”; and Westerns such as “The Legend of Butch and Sundance” and “Hannah’s Law.”
In the digital space, John created and wrote “Woke Up Dead,” a series for Sony’s Crackle
The “Keeping up with the Kardashians” babe donned a creepy clown mask and clutched onto an assault rifle as she posed for a series of snaps with her boyfriend on the set of his video for “Don’t Panic.”
Accompanying the photographs, Khloe added the caption, “Black roses in my garden.”
In addition to the snaps from set, French shared a lovely photo of Koko’s backside. What a romance the two share.
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