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Exclusive: More Horror Interview with Chris Sarandon

26 November 2012 9:35 PM, PST | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Interviewed by Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com

Actor Chris Sarandon has appeared in numerous stage, screen, and Television roles since 1972. Horror fans know him best as the handsome, yet wicked vampire “Jerry Dandrige” in the now classic film Fright Night (1985), as well as playing the lead as detective Mike Norris in the original Child’s Play (1988) film. He is also well known for playing the speaking voice of “Jack Skellington” in Tim Burton’s A Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). Some of his other genre roles include The Sentinel (1977), The Resurrected (1991), The Vampyre Wars (1996), Bordello of Blood (1996), and a small role in the Fright Night remake (2011).

He is also well known for his non genre roles including Dog Day Afternoon (1975) for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. Other roles include the evil prince in The Princess Bride (1987), as well as over 80 more film and Television appearances. 

The extremely versatile actor has »

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New Netflix Horror includes Re-Animator, Monster Brawl, Dead Season

23 November 2012 12:14 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Since many people have an extended break due to Thanksgiving, we thought we’d update readers on the latest horror titles added to the Netflix streaming service. We also want to remind readers that a new season of Supernatural is available, along with The Walking Dead Season 2.

Check out our list of new horror titles below and note that this title list is for the Us Netflix streaming service and may vary depending on what country you live in.

Mid-November Updates: Re-Animator Monster Brawl Dead Season Madison County Airborne Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader

October/Early November Updates:

The American Scream Tales from the Darkside: The Movie The Devil’s Carnival Black Sunday Bordello of Blood The Devil’s Rock Dark House Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Intruders Dracula 3000 Bay of Blood Baron Blood Kill Baby Kill Lisa and the Devil Pig Hunt Girls Gone Dead The Pact »

- Jonathan James

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Grindhouse Aficionado: Issue #Five

11 November 2012 7:31 PM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Grindhouse Aficionado: Issue #5 (July.07) by Kevin Klemm

Grindhouse Aficionado

Bringing you the best of Grindhouse cinema (without the sticky floors).

This month, a summer movie guide- Grindhouse style!

I know, I know. I’ve been a slacker lately about getting out the Grindhouse Aficionado columns. Between Girls and Corpses Magazine (we are now an honest to God print mag), and various other projects I’m working on, Grindhouse Aficionado had been pushed to the back burner. But no more! I am back from hiatus, and it’s time to give you some DVD suggestions to help you get through the dog days of summer.

West Coast, East Coast, and every where in between, it’s been a fucking hot summer already! Here in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley, it’s been over 100 degrees for 10 straight days. Normally we don’t see that kind of temps until August. Whether it’s global warming or what, »

- Rob Galluzzo

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New Netflix Horror includes The Devil’s Carnival, The Pact, The Road, and Tales From the Darkside

10 November 2012 1:39 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

It’s been about a month since we posted the last update on new titles for the Netflix streaming service and we wanted to let readers know about all of the new horror titles that are now available. A number of classic titles have been added, plus new indie horror, such as The Devil’s Carnival, The Pact, and The Road.

We also want to remind readers that a new season of Supernatural is available, along with The Walking Dead Season 2. Check out our list of new horror titles below and note that this title list is for the Us Netflix streaming service and may vary depending on what country you live in.

The American Scream Tales from the Darkside: The Movie The Devil’s Carnival Black Sunday Bordello of Blood The Devil’s Rock Dark House Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Intruders Dracula 3000 Bay of Blood Baron Blood »

- Jonathan James

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Is August 1996 The Worst Movie Month Ever?

8 August 2012 2:39 PM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

There has been a lot of talk about how great the summer of 1982 was for movies. And, boy, it really was. (Among the 1982 summer releases were "E.T.," "Blade Runner," "Tron," "The Road Warrior," "Rocky III" and "Poltergeist.") The summer of 1982 was so good, in fact, that for a movie writer covering these current August movies -- doldrums of August, even -- it's kind of depressing. (But, "ParaNorman" is great. I promise.)

The month of August has built itself quite an infamous reputation as one of the worst movie months of the year: The summer blockbusters have wrapped up and awards season has yet to start -- which leaves audiences with movies like "Total Recall." But 2012 is far from the worst movie August ever. So, in the spirit of 1982 being the best summer for movies, I present you with a case for the worst August in the history of movies: 1996.

Even in recent years, »

- The Huffington Post

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'Back to the Future' Writer Set to Adapt Graphic Novel 'Trespassers'

6 March 2012 9:18 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

After scripting the first two Back to the Future films, writer Bob Gale hasn't really done much else with which viewers can be pleased. Such work includes writing the story for the "Tales from the Crypt" film Bordello of Blood and we all know how that turned out. However, Gale could be poised for a big screen comeback as Variety reports the writer will adapt Trespassers, a supernatural graphic novel that follows a group of mythbusters, set on debunking the legend of a famous allegedly haunted house. But their job changes when they encounter real demonic guardians and one of the busters may not be who they claim. Ryan E. Heppe, the producer behind the forthcoming remake of Short Circuit, is behind the film, but it doesn't sound like there's a studio attached yet. Heppe says, "A good horror flick needs one thing: a simple, original premise that's terrifying as hell. »

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