Tweet How do you base an entire review on one portion of one song? I could write this entire piece on the first 6 minutes of “La Faulx” and be satisfied in the thought that I steered no one wrong. Univers Zero formed in 1974 and recorded their first, initially self titled album (renamed […]
The Guillermo del Toro-Produced remake of the 1973 Made-For-TV film hit theaters this past weekend. See how it stacks up in Jeff’s review…
Swamp Monster + Practical FX = on September 20th, Bill is going to his Happy Place.
Tweet Dan Curtis was famous for his ability to combine unique horror tales and incredibly talented character actors to produce exemplary cinematic results. No project of his displays this better than 1976’s Burnt Offerings. Not only does it tell one of the most unique tales of any Curtis project up to that point (actually, it […]
Tweet As many of you know for the last six months I have worked extra hard in anticipation of attending FanExpo in Toronto Canada for the first time. Now let me inform all of you why I am not currently there but instead sitting here writing this article after giving myself a couple days to […]
Tweet The last day at Monster Mania was solemn. I got up before everyone else, took a shower, and headed downstairs for some breakfast. I got a coffee and bagel at the coffee shop downstairs where I sat at a table watching people beginning to enter for the day. I envied them, I wanted to wait on line again for […]
Read this book, and discover if Cain will ever find pants capable of constraining his enormous, fiery genitals.
Tweet Hoping to capture lightning in a bottle once again, Dan Curtis took the same mold from which the towering treasure known as Kolchak: The Night Stalker had been cast and used it to create another occult detective TV-movie, this one titled The Norliss Tapes. Somehow, The Norliss Tapes (which, like The Night Stalker […]
Tweet Cancer and illness is a very real part of our everyday life. What is a person to do when the fears of a shortened life become too much to bear? Give yourselves a funeral of course! Based on a true Thai ritual in which people lie in a coffin for a certain number of days to ward […]
Tweet The first day, though it began in a shaky fashion, was a wonderful start to the weekend. Meeting Tony Todd and Joe Turkel on the first night got me excited to meet the rest of the actors who I wanted to see. I don’t know about you guys, but I get all kinds of […]
Tweet I was very unsure if I was going to go to Monster Mania a few months ago when John Squires approached me with the idea. Would I like it? Would I have fun? Would I fit in? All these silly and emotional responses to the invite were keeping me from making any sort of commitment. Then one day […]
Tweet Meeting Nathan Baesel was probably the biggest moment for me at Monster Mania. Why? Because Behind the Mask means a good deal to me for reasons that are hard to articulate properly. It’s a type of film that goes beyond just being a “good” movie, it strikes a nerve that makes me feel “connected” […]
Tweet We’re not talking about Ron Howard’s 1982 comedy Night Shift. We aren’t talking about the Stephen King anthology or film of the same name. We are talking about the independent horror film, The Night Shift. Fighting Owl Films is pleased to announce that the supernatural-adventure-comedy “The Night Shift” has been acquired by R-Squared Films […]
Tweet Support Independent Horror by subscribing to the Fies Sisters on YouTube or Vimeo. You can also catch their latest releases on Thursdays on FEARnet Two great ways to catch the latest works by the Sisters de Fies. It’s like bring the film festival circuit into your own home. Details are below on how to […]
Tweet I think opening day for any remake feels like the first battle between Apollo Creed and Rocky Balboa. Underdog versus champion and of course there’s no expectation for the underdog to win really. Rocky isn’t supposed to win against Apollo Creed, and I don’t think there’s any question that the remake of Fright Night […]