8 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! »
The Woman in Black 2. Devil’s Due. Texas Chainsaw 3D. The Devil Inside. The Rite. The Unborn. Horror films released in January don’t have the best track record when it comes to quality, but while the majority leave a lot to be desired they can’t all be complete busts, right? I mean there’s Daybreakers and, well, parts of Mama were creepy I guess. This year’s entry in the January horror sweepstakes wisely leaves the devil behind as it takes viewers on a nightmare journey to a foreign land where it proceeds to waste one hell of a spectacular locale. Sara (Natalie Dormer) wakes from a nightmare and feels that her twin sister, Jess (Dormer), is in trouble. The last Sara knew, Jess was trying to get her life back on track and was teaching English in Japan, but she can tell that something is wrong. A »
- Rob Hunter
Take a look at the new characters entering the fight in Mortal Kombat X's Dlc Kombat Pack 2!
The new Kombat Pack 2 Dlc for Mortal Kombat X will feature four new characters some you may know and some maybe not. First off is the Chainsaw-loving, Leatherface, the terrifying villain in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films. Next is, the disgusting Bo' Rai Cho from previous incarnations of Mortal Kombat. He is a drunken master who uses a lot of dishonorable moves to finish off his opponents. Triborg enters the arena next and is believed to be the combination of Cyrax, Sektor, and Robot Smoke. Nevertheless, he looks like an awesome character to control. Finally, this character needs no introduction as you all know it from the Alien movies! Playing as a Xenomorph looks like it's going to be a lot of fun!
Also, included in the Kombat Pack 2 will also receive:
Goro - The feral, »
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If nothing else, the golden age of exploitation allowed horror filmmakers the freedom to push the envelope, though the innovation didn’t come from the major studios but from the independent sector. Produced for chump change, movies like Night Of The Living Dead, The Last House On The Left, The Texas Chainsaw and Halloween tore up the rule book and set the genre on a new course.
That all ended in the 1980s with the collapse of the exploitation circuit and the dominance of multiplexes, which the studios rushed to fill with unchallenging uniform product. There was nothing remotely terrifying, for instance, about watching Jason Voorhees go to Manhattan or seeing Freddy Krueger attack a victim with the bon mots “Kung Fu this, bitch!”
Every success launched a cottage industry of clones: Scream began the trend for “hip” horror, The Blair Witch Project kick-started the “found footage” subgenre and »
- Ian Watson
There has been a resurgence of western films within the last year, with S. Craig Zahler’s Bone Tomahawk, Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight and now Lawrence Roeck’s very unique film, Diablo. While most people might assume that it’s just another western trying to cash in on the resurgence, Diablo stands on it’s own two feet, giving viewers quite the adventure and even more importantly, a psychological thriller disguised as a western.
Opening with men kidnapping his wife Alexsandra (Camilla Belle) and burning his house down, Jackson (Scott Eastwood, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D) heads out to find her, and with every step he takes, a sinister man named Ezra (the always great Walton Goggins) is in his way, murdering people around Jackson. While Jackson is trying to get to his wife, Ezra does everything he can to bring a vengeful stroke to it all.
- Jerry Smith
The Forest, starring Taylor Kinney and Natalie Dormer, hits theaters on Jan. 8. To prepare for one of 2016's highly anticipated horror films, we've already examined the true nature of Aokigahara, the infamous suicide forest in Japan where the film takes place. Dormer even offered a firsthand account of her own trip into the sacred space. This week, we hopped on the phone with Kinney to talk about the film, plus his thoughts on the horror genre. Keep reading for his commentary, plus his desperate attempts to get Game of Thrones spoilers out of his costar. Popsugar: I think your character toes a very interesting line. You had the challenge of seeming nice but not too nice, and trustworthy but not too trustworthy, all the while never really giving away your true intentions. Taylor Kinney: Yeah, I was just going to say that that. In those first discussions, when I was speaking with Jason, »
- Ryan Roschke
Just in time for the 2016 New York City Toy Fair, Neca (aka one of the biggest badasses in all things plastic) is showing off some of its upcoming collectibles for 2016, which include new figures from Alien, Predator, “Ash… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
The Buzz will be back in a big way once Scream Factory releases its special edition of Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 onto Blu-ray. Don’t believe us? Check out the latest! From the Scream Factory Facebook Page:… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
8 items from 2016
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