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Fantaspoa 2014: Frank Henenlotter And Gabe Bartalos Recall Brain Damage

22 May 2014 2:00 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Fantaspoa programmed Frank Henenlotter's entire filmography in order to pay homage to this cult American director. Henenlotter himself was in Porto Alegre for a couple of days, presenting both Bad Biology and Brain Damage. I attended the screening of the latter, which happened just hours before Henenlotter took a plane back home. "Just to have people coming to see an old film is meaningful", said the director. "But to see that people still like my films is just unbelievable", added Henenlotter while introducing Brain Damage to an always-cheerful Brazilian audience. For someone like me who had never seen before Brain Damage, this introduction indicated we were in for a really fun time. "I see a lot of technical mistakes in the film but I think it really...

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10 Horror Icons That Deserve Action Figures

13 May 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

On a recent episode of Killer Pov, the podcast I co-host with Fangoria’s Rebekah McKendry and Inside Horror’s Elric Kane, we tackled the topic of “Childhood Obsessions,” and that led to discussing our desire as young budding horror fans to obtain any toys we could get our hands on based upon some of our favorite genre properties. There weren’t that many horror toys when I was a kid, except for the talking Freddy doll, but as an adult, everything pretty much changed when McFarlane Toys unleashed their Movie Maniacs line back in 1998 and proved that there was in fact a huge market for these kind of collectibles. I remember distinctly hunting for the “bloody variant” Leatherface figure at all the local Kay Bee stores, much to the surprise and shock of the clerk’s face when I brought it up to the counter to buy. “We sell this here? »

- Rob Galluzzo

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5 Horror Films Criterion Should Release on Blu-ray

13 April 2014 9:04 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Like many film enthusiasts, I love the Criterion Collection. I scoff at some of their selections—I won’t name names—but for the most part, I anticipate new releases with excitement and glee (June’s slate is particularly amazing). Of course, due to lack of finances, I can’t buy as many as I would like – though someday, I will own the entire collection, despite the current economy offering little to no financial opportunity for an individual with my interests and skill set, but I digress.

I do, however, have a minor beef with Criterion.  While admiring most of their titles, I’d love to see more emphasis on genre stuff—especially horror.  And don’t get me wrong, Criterion boasts some excellent titles—Carnival of Lost Souls, Sisters, The Vanishing, Godzilla, The Devil’s Backbone, Repulsion, plus the highly anticipated release of Scanners being not far off—but they need more. »

- Griffin Bell

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Weird Tales Spring to Life in “Creepers”

20 February 2014 12:22 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Regardless of how you feel about horror anthology films, it’s obvious that they aren’t going anywhere. And why would they? The format allows for nascent filmmakers to flex their chops on a short segment before feeling the pressure of a full feature; and given that the short story is the most prominent and effective form of horror (just look at the masters: Poe, Lovecraft, Matheson), it also provides the opportunity to experience these tales visually without stretching them thin to reach standard film length. It’s like reading a literary magazine from cover to cover: different styles, different effects, different scares. I’m all for it.

Our friends over at Reel Progress are working straight from literary short stories for their new anthology film Creepers. Check out the full press release.

New Orleans, Louisiana – Reel Progress LLC is pleased to announce that the feature length horror film Creepers, »

- Holly Interlandi

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Weird Tales Spring to Life in “Creepers”

20 February 2014 12:22 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Regardless of how you feel about horror anthology films, it’s obvious that they aren’t going anywhere. And why would they? The format allows for nascent filmmakers to flex their chops on a short segment before feeling the pressure of a full feature; and given that the short story is the most prominent and effective form of horror (just look at the masters: Poe, Lovecraft, Matheson), it also provides the opportunity to experience these tales visually without stretching them thin to reach standard film length. It’s like reading a literary magazine from cover to cover: different styles, different effects, different scares. I’m all for it.

Our friends over at Reel Progress are working straight from literary short stories for their new anthology film Creepers. Check out the full press release.

New Orleans, Louisiana – Reel Progress LLC is pleased to announce that the feature length horror film Creepers, »

- Holly Interlandi

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