Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich are continuing their rollicking roadshow of musical horror in 2013. In Episode 2, heaven shines through.
Telltale Games’ award-winning THE WALKING DEAD hit shelves in full on December 11th and thrust players into their very own zombie apocalypse. The retail version of THE WALKING DEAD contains all five episodes of the acclaimed game series and now fans can grab their very own copy of this dark and disturbing masterpiece for Xbox 360 or PS3 for free!
Eli Roth weathers a Chilean quake and Chilean maniacs in the Nicolás López-helmed film.
The best thing about Twitter is that it offers you a chance
to chat with folks you've admired for a big chunk of your horror-loving life on
a level playing field. You both have 140 characters to say what you have to
say, and unlike at a convention, you're not being rushed along so that the
other fans can get their time in with their hero as well. So it was a surreal delight for me to be
tweeting about watching SILENT NIGHT DEADLY NIGHT III (read the Fango Flashback here), only to have Bill
Moseley himself reply back a few minutes later.
I couldn't help but ask him about the movie a bit, but then realized that
his recollections deserved a better venue than my Twitter feed, so just for you
guys, I got him to answer a few questions about his experience working on the
Ever find yourself in a village tavern, scoffing on wing night because you know what genre actress made her debut in HOME SWEET HOME, but not some dude's batting average? Los Angeles, we're coming for you!
From the moment we hear the first strains of the Scott
Walker-esque English version of the original DJANGO theme song, lifted
wholesale from Sergio Corbucci’s cult 1966 oater, set to images of a battered
chain gang of soul-broken slaves, we know we are in the hands of a master. And
make no mistake, Quentin Tarantino is a master.
Every year at holiday time, film critics and bloggers love to trot out their top-ten lists of seasonal genre classics, sometimes bolstered by a few new additions from the direct-to-video heap. All of which is to say that if you read a lot of genre mags, you’ve probably seen a lot of the worthy classics and curiosities by now. Enter THE MONSTER’S CHRISTMAS, a 1981 New Zealand oddity so obscure that–despite a no-frills region 1 DVD release in 2004–even genre buffs in its home country don’t seem to know about it.
Ask anyone about the SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT series, and
they will probably laugh, then either defend it or decry it, possibly offering
the same examples to back their pro or con stance ("It's awful, it has a
killer Santa!"/"It's amazing, it has a killer Santa!"). But
they might be surprised to discover that the series has five installments (six
with the recent remake), as it's the sort of title that a lot of people know
but haven't actually sat down to watch, let alone follow it to direct-to-video
land with the bulk of its sequels (only Part 2 played theatrically, and barely
at that). It didn't help that the lesser known entries were given a poor
release on DVD via Lionsgate, who dumped VHS transfers of the third, fourth,
and fifth installments onto a multi-pack of bare-bones discs and slapped a
killer Santa image on the cover, despite the fact that none of the films
contained within featured a killer Santa.
Given the huge ratings for AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD in the
recently concluded first part of its third season, it’s no surprise that the
cabler has just renewed it for a fourth—but what’s startling is that the series
will proceed without one of its prime movers.
After taking its first step into nationwide releasing with
last month’s THE COLLECTION, LD Entertainment has set a release date for
another horror feature, DEVIL’S RAPTURE.
Santa visited the FANGORIA office today, and brought a box
full of naughty Japanese films from Synapse/Impulse Pictures. So we’re giving
away this fine holiday booty to some lucky fans. You can win either SEX HUNTER:
WET TARGET or I LOVE IT FROM BEHIND! Nothing says holiday viewing like these
fun little flicks.
Having produced and released microbudget genre features for
the past two decades, Alternative Cinema/Camp Motion Pictures has announced a
series of indie productions to be lensed over the next two years, with details
of the first four movies.
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