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If you love horror marathons, Halloween has got to be your favorite season. Don't forget Epix network has a great one entitled All Hallows' Evil Halloween Movie Marathon that features the premiere of Nightmare Factory and now offers fans the chance to win a prize!
All Hallows' Evil Movie Marathon brings us nine fright films including Nightmare Factory, which is an Epix original documentary about F/X masters Knb Efx. The marathon kicks off at 8 p.m. on October 30th and runs through Halloween.
To support the premiere, Epix is hosting the Nightmare Factory Halloween Contest from October 24th-31st. Fans can enter for a chance to win a custom ghoul or vampire bust created by Knb. To participate, fans must submit a photo of their best Halloween look (make-up and/or costume) to Epix via the official Epix Facebook page or via Epix on Twitter (@epixhd). Entries should include »
- Scott Hallam
Many past American Presidents have had issues with family members causing embarrassing headlines, but only one ex-President’s troublemaking half-brother can lay claim to having co-starred in and performed the title song to a Pumpkinhead movie.
While William Jefferson Clinton was serving as the 42nd President of the United States, his half-brother, nicknamed “Headache” by the Secret Service, was trying to jumpstart a showbiz career. Roger Clinton managed to parlay his lounge act into a series of small TV guest starring roles, and the nadir of his Hollywood career was playing “Mayor Bubba” in the 1994 direct-to-video sequel Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings.
In addition to his supporting role, he also crooned the film’s theme song “Just Like You” that sounds a little too mellow for a backwoods horror flick about selling your soul to Satan in order to unleash an enormous hellbeast that inflicts murderous revenge against those that have wronged you. »
If you’re a child of the 1980’s, you’ll likely remember Ami Dolenz for her roles on films like Can’t Buy Me Love, She’s Out of Control, and Miracle Beach and guest spots on Silver Spoons, Webster, and Saved by the Bell: The College Years. She even played Sloan in the short-lived TV adaptation of Ferris Bueller. The actress, however, is no stranger to the horror genre as she’s had parts in films from Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings to the greatest (and quite possibly only) movie ever made about giant killer ticks, Ticks. Tony Randel’s 1993 flick is an absolute blast and an obvious time capsule of early 90’s movie clichés, in the very best way possible.
- Scott Neumyer
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