10 items from 2012
In a very short period of time, Scream Factory has become the number one company to watch for cult horror releases. They have new titles planned every month and, in February, we’ll see the release of TerrorVision, The Video Dead, and Prison. We covered the initial announcement and we’re back with details on the presentation, bonus features, and cover artwork:
“Scream Factory™ invites loyal fans and collectors to embark on a journey filled with thrills, chills and 80s high-camp spills when Prison (starring Viggo Mortensen in an early career role) and a double feature presentation of Terrorvision and The Video Dead debut on home entertainment shelves everywhere on February 19, 2013. Prison Collector’s Edition and Terrorvision/ The Video Dead Double Feature are presented in Two Blu-ray + DVD combo packs. Each boasts original theatrical key art, anamorphic widescreen movie presentation and exciting bonus content.
Available for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD, »
- Jonathan James
It's hard to believe we live in such a wonderful world that's only made brighter by the lovable loonies over at the Scream Factory! Get ready to feel your wallets ache as we have the official specs for Prison, TerrorVision, and The Video Dead.
Scream Factory invites loyal fans and collectors to embark on a journey filled with thrills, chills and 80s high-camp spills when Prison (starring Viggo Mortensen in an early career role) and a double feature presentation of Terrorvision and The Video Dead debut on home entertainment shelves everywhere on February 19, 2013. Prison Collector’s Edition and Terrorvision/ The Video Dead Double Feature are presented in Two Blu-ray + DVD combo packs. Each boasts original theatrical key art, anamorphic widescreen movie presentation and exciting bonus content.
Available for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD, the Collector’s Edition of Prison contains a collectible cover featuring newly rendered retro-style artwork, »
- Uncle Creepy
By Jason Lees and Marcy Papandrea, MoreHorror.com
"As promised, people, Marcey and I are back with the latest MoreHorror Podcast. This episode we deal with a topic very near and dear to our bleeding hearts: George Romero. Specifically, his non-zombie flicks.
Sure, we all know the man as the creator of one of our favorite subgenres, but all too often we overlook the other titles he's brought to our beloved little corner of the film world.
This edition, we aim to rectify that with a long drawn out look at those other films that the man brought us.
So join us for the MoreHorror Podcast Episode 5: The Overlooked Genius of George Romero.
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About George A Romero
George Romero was born February 4, 1940. He is a horror film director, screenwriter, and movie editor. He is best known for his gory and sometimes humorous films »
On Saturday, October 13, Mad Monster Movie Night will feature a classic anthology film. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Creepshow, Mad Monster will screen the legendary film at the Chinese 6 Theaters in Hollywood at 9 p.m.
In addition to the anniversary screening of Creepshow, special guests who contributed in the creation of the film will be in attendance. Also, the first 100 folks to get their tickets online and like Mad Monster on Facebook will get a limited edition Creepshow 30th Anniversary Event Poster (see below). Just message your confirmation on the Mad Monster Facebook page.
From the Press Release
Mad Monster Movie Night is the 13th of every month (November celebrates Army of Darkness, December celebrates Gremlins) and all of our screenings offer prize raffles, special guests, costume contests and other fun surprises. The Creepshow Costume Contest is especially cool because in addition to the prize at the show, Costume »
- Doctor Gash
We're huge Michael Rooker fans here, so when the opportunity came up to chat with him for a half an hour this past Sunday, we jumped on it. The actor currently has a lot going on in his career, including this week's DVD release of the creature feature on ice, Hypothermia. In it, Rooker stars as a family man forced to protect his wife and kids against a snow dwelling monster hellbent on consuming human flesh.
He also has Season 3 of The Walking Dead coming up in October, which finds him reprising the fan favorite role of Merle Dixon, not seen since Season 1. And he is playing one of the main characters in the popular video game franchise Call of Duty, which returns this November with Black Ops 2. And, just maybe, he will take on the voice of Rocket Raccoon in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy. »
Originally released in 1991 at what, at the time, seemed to be the height of the Stephen King adaptation frenzy following the success of 1989′s Pet Sematary, Sometimes They Come Back, originally made for Us television, was released straight to video here in the UK and was so successful that it spawned two sequels, one in 1996 and one in 1999.
Now making it’s UK DVD debut, Sometimes They Come Back tells the story of teacher Jim Norman (Matheson) who reluctantly returns to his hometown to take a job at the local school almost 30 years after he left. Bad memories linger in the town where his brother Wayne was killed by a local rebel gang and he escaped unharmed. Those responsible died in fiery car wreck, but sometimes the dead aren »
"My name is Anne Wilkes. And I am..." "I know," he said. "You're my number-one fan." "Yes," she said, smiling. "That's just what I am."
How many times had Stephen King heard that from his millions of number-one fans before he finally turned the obsessive love of his Constant Readers into the subject of one of his most memorable, horrific and claustrophobic works, Misery? Before taking a short break to honor Debbie Rochon and The Blair Witch Project with Tips of the Scalpel for Indie Horror Month, we brought you Stephen King, Part 1. Now we're back to continue the story with Doctor Gash's Tip of the Scalpel: Stephen King, Part 2: The 80's.
The start of King's career was prolific, beginning with Carrie, Salem's Lot and The Shining, but the incredible amount of legendary horror that King produced throughout his life is simply mind-boggling. King created nearly two-dozen stories that »
- Doctor Gash
Last week we gave you a heads up to be on the lookout for a new horror anthology web series, Twisted Showcase, that would be dropping soon. Well, that time is now and we've got the very first episode of the series to share with you. Dig in!
Entitled Peter and Paul, this 10-minute episode of Twisted Showcase conjures memories of the classic Stephen King tale, The Dark Half. The short stars Gareth David Lloyd and Beth Mascarenhas. Leigh A. Jones directed Peter and Paul, which was written by Richard Holland.
For more visit the official Twisted Showcase website, "like" Twisted Showcase on Facebook, and follow Twisted Showcase (@twistedshowcase) on Twitter. And stay tuned for episode 2, arriving next week, entitled Eyeball.
From the Press Release
- Doctor Gash
"They're coming to get you, Barbra. There's one of them now!" And with those words, it began. The zombie apocalypse, whether it's in Pennsylvania, Atlanta, or anywhere else in the world, originated in the Evans City Cemetery 30 miles north of Pittsburgh in Night of the Living Dead when Bill Hinzman shuffled into frame.
As we sadly say farewell to Hinzman, zombie infected patient zero (and also Josephine Streiner who greatly contributed to the film), we honor the man who single-handedly began the undead infestation: the great George A. Romero.
As influential as all our favorite directors have been ... Wes Craven, John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper ... it's arguable that no one has brought more to the horror genre than Romero. Sure, each of these directors gave us some iconic character, no less than Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and Leatherface, but Romero gave us zombies. Not a specific zombie (although Bub from Day of the Dead »
- Doctor Gash
Hosts Ryan Turek and Lawrence Raffel play it loose this episode as they get back into the podcast groove after the last few weeks of sporadic recordings.
This installment features an interview with Richard Stanley, the director of Dust Devil and Hardware. Here, Stanley discusses "The Mother of Toads," his contribution to The Theatre Bizarre, an anthology horror film opening January 27.
In the news, this episode looks at James Wan's The Conjuring, Dark Shadows and a rather exciting Hammer Films announcement. Also, We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Dead and The Dark Half are discussed in reviews. And, as usual, Ryan and Lawrence go off on a few other horror-related tangents, so strap yourself in and enjoy!
As a bonus, we've included an exclusive clip from Stanley's "The Mother of Toads."
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Ryan Turek)
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