The director of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2003) is bringing the raw, DIY ethics of rock 'n' roll to.. an exorcism?
Yes, horror hounds, there is life after PHANTASM. A decade
after his sleeper sensation BUBBA HO-TEP, JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD; beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on
January 25 from Magnet Releasing; see list here)
proves again there’s more to genre fave Don Coscarelli’s cinematic career than
silver balls and interdimensional dwarves. FANGORIA’s editor emeritus Tony
Timpone chatted with writer/director Coscarelli about his latest cult flick, which
has been burning up the international film festival circuit since last year. You
can check out our exclusive talk with Coscarelli below (edited and shot by ace
videographer Bill Hall), where he does his best to describe his crazy film.
Sing the songs and see the slaughter of Stumpy Sam in wonderful short horror musical, THE LEGEND OF BEAVER DAM.
Despite a title that would be easily mistaken for a first
release, DmC: DEVIL MAY CRY is actually the fifth in the acclaimed action
series from Capcom. The new moniker has developer Ninja Theory, known for their
work on HEAVENLY SWORD, under the hood, but the refreshing reboot may have been
just what the doctor ordered. Easily one of the best action titles in recent memory,
the game should count DEVIL MAY CRY among the top dogs of the genre once again.
With a compelling storyline and fantastic combat all wrapped up in an amazing
new art design, DmC: DEVIL MAY CRY is the best the series has seen and likely a
name that will come up at the end of 2013 for Game of the Year honors.
It was announced late last year that Glen Mazzara was stepping down as showrunner of the AMC zombie TV
favorite, and now it looks like a replacement is at hand.
Fledgling Canadian horror, cult film and VHS culture show Shock Stock has added more guests to its already impressive lineup.
Cineplex Entertainment today announced the lineup for its fourth-annual Great Digital Film Festival, playing in select Cineplex Entertainment theaters from February 1-7, 2013. The Great Digital Film Festival brings some of Hollywood’s greatest classics and fan favorites back to the big screen, often for the first time in digital format.,,,and many of them are FANGORIA approved genre gems.
Currently campaigning on Kickstarter, the tale of monstrous teens has attracted the HELLBOY star.
With Park Chan-wook’s much-anticipated thriller STOKER
premiering this weekend at the Sundance Film Festival, fans of the Korean
filmmaker will be excited to know that his English-language debut won’t be the
only film they’ll get from the notoriously ambitious director this year.
With JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
see list here),
Oscar-nominated actor (and life-long fright fan!) Paul Giamatti knocks two off
his bucket list with one shot: working with genre fave director Don Coscarelli
and making his first bona fide horror film. FANGORIA’s editor emeritus Tony
Timpone chatted with Giamatti about his cult flick, which he not only plays a
key role in, but produced through his New York-based Touchy Feely shingle. You
can check out the exclusive talk with Giamatti below (all edited and shot by ace
videographer Bill Hall), where he reveals how the aborted BUBBA NOSFERATU
project lead directly to the craziest film of his acclaimed career.
One of Stephen King's most recent, epic tomes comes to the small screen this June.
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