Are you one of the many frustrated by AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM's aliens never stepping out into the light they shone down? Concept artist Jerad S. Marantz has a treat.
Check out the first look at the mysterious next feature from HOUSE OF THE DEVIL and INNKEEPERS director Ti West.
Get ready to feel old: When asked what’s
next on her slate following a star turn as terrified teen Alex in PARANORMAL
ACTIVITY 4 (out on DVD/Blu-ray this Tuesday), effervescent young actress Kathryn
Newton replies, “I’m doing my high school academic decathlon tomorrow.” Although
already an experienced film and television actress, Ms. Newton’s tender age is uncommon;
especially with the horror genre’s often shameless propensity for stuffing much
older actors into teenage roles. It’s Newton’s authenticity and fresh appeal that
adds spark to a franchise on its fourth installment and entices audiences to
ride once again through the reliable PARANORMAL funhouse.
TO HELL YOU RIDE is a thirty-year dream come to life. As
conjured up by Lance Henriksen in the cold mountains of pre-ski lodge Colorado,
the work finally gets to see the light of day thanks to Dark Horse comics.
Though it was first written out to be a movie script, it’s been smoothly translated
over to the finer medium of word balloons with a seamless mix of writing and
art. A story of old curses and even older families, TO HELL YOU RIDE is a rich
tale of Native American spirituality and the evils of man on Earth.
New York genre fans, don't miss Fango editor Chris Alexander's debut feature, the Eurohorror-inspired
fever dream BLOOD FOR IRINA, this Tuesday with Alexander and cast in person.
Few can argue that true grindhouse film exhibition is a fading art. While most theaters are pumping out the newest blockbuster schlock, others, like the Grand Cinema in Tacoma, WA, are still retaining their old 35MM ways. Their monthly series of old and loved horror movies, aptly titled "Grindhouse Theater", has been bringing fans from up and down the Pacific Northwest.
A sociopathic odyssey, SIMON KILLER is less explicit horror
and more the true nature of psychological thriller. Simon is unknowable; his
intentions, actions, words and the truth behind them, unknown. This, in effect,
Fans will be able to get their hands on ALIENS: COLONIAL
MARINES on February 12, 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. We recently sat down
with the video game’s composer Kevin Riepl to get the inside scoop on the Xenomorph chaos that lurks ahead!
Possibly the most striking thing about how AMERICAN HORROR
STORY: ASYLUM has wrapped itself up is that, in a show and season so imbued
with a love of and homage to cinema, “Madness Ends” really went to bat for the
power of television. Really, Ryan Murphy’s extended, warped odyssey through a Massachusetts
mental institution could not have been told any other way. Brutal, soap operatic,
involved, indulgent and even massively transformed from beginning to end,
ASYLUM laid down with grace via a 60 MINUTES-esque sit down and a horrifying
exposé reminiscent of Geraldo Rivera’s own investigations of the squalor at
Staten Island, New York’s Willowbrook State School.
The British shocker THE SEASONING HOUSE is getting ready to
creep into your consciousness, and we’ve got a brand new poster to share with
FANGORIA will host a free 3D screening of the big-bug flick
SPIDERS in Los Angeles this coming Wednesday, January 30 at Hollywood’s
Arclight Cinemas (6360 West Sunset Boulevard) at 7 p.m. The film’s stars,
STARSHIP TROOPERS’ Patrick Muldoon and scream queen Christa Campbell (2000
MANIACS, DRIVE ANGRY), will host this special showing, and there will be a
ton of free posters, DVDs and other Fango swag for fans. Genre vet Tibor
Takacs, best known for THE GATE, I, MADMAN and MANSQUITO, directed SPIDERS.
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