6 items from 2016
Check this trailer out, creeps:
Rad-ass, right? Well, I know yer just itchin’ to learn more about this freaky fright flick… so I crammed some of the cast n’ crew into the ol’ Crypt o’ Xiii to do just that!
Famous Monsters. Tell the ol’ Coffin Club all about The Barn (seriously, some of these cats actually Do live under rocks and may not have heard about it) and how all of you came to be involved with it!
Justin Seaman. I am the writer and director of The Barn, a a 80s-style retro horror film that takes place in the 1980s and follows a group of teens who stumble upon an old abandoned barn and unleash a trio of baddies on Halloween night! If that’s not enough for you, it has blood, guts, boobies, and rock n roll music! This has been a passion goal of mine for 22 years! »
Delirium Magazine, the bloody, sexy print periodical published by cult movie legend Charles Band and edited by Shock’s own Chris Alexander, has reached its first milestone with the upcoming release of their 10th issue! Have a look at the cover below. The magazine features a lengthy interview with writer (and Fright Night/Child’S Play director) Tom…
The post Delirium Magazine Celebrates 10th Issue With a Salute to Psycho II appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Chris Alexander
Zombies and vampires will sink their teeth into the silver screen at this year's April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama, as the event will feature 35mm screenings of four living dead movies and four bloodsucking flicks over the course of two days in late April.
A companion marathon to September's Drive-In Super Monster-Rama (one of Daily Dead's favorite events of the year), the April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama takes place April 29th–30th at the Riverside Drive-In Theatre in Vandergrift, Pa.
Tickets are $10.00 per adult each night, with children 12 and under admitted for free with an adult guardian. Beginning at dusk and stretching into the late hours of the night, here's the complete feature film lineup for the event:
Friday, April 29th:
Saturday, April 30th:
To learn more »
- Derek Anderson
We’re back to dissect another remake and this time we’re taking a bite out of a vampire movie. The original version was a classic but the remake does not quite measure up. This week, Cinelinx looks at Fright Night (2011).
When the remake of the classic vampire film Fright Night (1985) came out in 2011, the initial reaction was very positive because it was such a relief to have truly evil vampires back. After the brooding and sparking vampires of Twilight started a trend of angst-ridden or lovelorn or depressed vampires, fans were thrilled that the blood-sucking antagonist of director Craig Gillespie's new Fright Night remake and his fellow vamps were hard-core predators with no reservations about chowing down on their next-door neighbor. The Fright Night creatures-of-the-night were more Dracula than Edward. It was good to have the badness back. However, upon reflection, the 2011 version doesn’t hold up that well. »
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You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night Trailer. Gary Smart‘s You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night (2016) movie trailer stars Tom Holland, Julie Carmen and Steve Johnson. You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night‘s plot synopsis: “Fright Night is one of the most beloved horror films of the 80s. Featuring exclusive interviews from […] »
- Marco Margaritoff
Once you’ve caught up with our 50 favorite films of last year, it’s time to look towards 2016. While our comprehensive previews will be arriving shortly, today we’ll take a look at the month of January. This is usually a dumping ground for Hollywood, and although there are a few bigger titles that have our curiosity, it’s mostly festival hold-overs from 2015 that are the essential watches.
It should be noted that many of the best films of 2015 — including Carol, Anomalisa, 45 Years, Arabian Nights, Mustang, and Son of Saul — will be expanding throughout the month, so check your local theater listings. A restoration of Orson Welles’ Chimes at Midnight will also be touring the country, and there’s a limited NYC run of Studio Ghibli’s Only Yesterday; both should certainly take priority over anything below.
- Jordan Raup
6 items from 2016
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