by: Samuel Zimmerman on: 2013-01-15 14:34:57
The director of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2003) is bringing the raw, DIY ethics of rock ‘n’ roll to.. an exorcism?Read more »
by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-15 14:05:01
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.
by: Chris Alexander on: 2013-01-14 18:00:32
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.Read more »
by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-14 16:30:34
The long-shrouded-in-myth Hal Roach supernatural anthology TV show THE VEIL was produced in 1958, though not one of its 10 episodes actually aired, despite the presence of horror legend Boris Karloff as host and star. Long unseen, the series lapsed into the public domain, eventually appearing in a number of budget VHS and DVD releases over the years. Because of this, perhaps THE VEIL hasn’t received the respect it deserves. Shame as it’s an excellent, often very frightening bit of vintage horror television…Read more »
by: Ken Hanley on: 2013-01-14 15:28:10
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.
by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-14 14:09:30
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.