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From episode 3 of Friday’s – 1980 – This clip was banned after showing. In fact I don’t rember this espidoe ever airing again. Times sure have changed with TV shows like “The Walking Dead”. Better for us!
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“Diner of the Living Dead” – In this parody of the famed zombie films of George Romero, a married couple (played by … Continue reading
The Horror movie genre is chock-full of a vast and storied range of truly frightening characters that have kept us awake all night, made us afraid to turn off the lights or had us looking over your shoulder in fear for as long we can remember.
While there has not been a villain/killer/psycho to fully capture our imagination in recent years, weâ€™ll always have the iconic horror heroes of the past to keep us entertained.
Tokyo Shock Cinema – A Retrospective
If you are a horror fan, if you are an Asian film horror fan or if you are an extreme horror fan, you have likely come across one if not more of these wonderfully quirky over-the-top films. The genre has struggled with classifying them as they tend to combine several different influences both Asian an Western. Lets throw out a few classifications, so that … Continue reading
Remake. Just the very word sends shivers down the spines of many horror fans and feels them with a sense of dread in general. Letâ€™s face it, how many times have you heard that one of your favorite horror films was being remade and you were immediately filled with rage seconds later as a result? Itâ€™s happened to me more times that I can remember and my initial reaction every single time I hear that … Continue reading
Bingo is a game that has been around for literal centuries, moving on through generations. Even today, it has adapted with technology to allow fans to play almost anywhere. Bingo sites such as pgbingo.com offer even those with just a minor interest in the game all the information you need to know about playing online.
But as well as evolving to keep up with player, bingo has also had its fair share of … Continue reading
EXODUS Announces Exclusive VIP Packs in Conjunction with Upcoming Scion-Presented SLAYER Tour w/ Special Guests SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and EXODUS
New Album â€śBlood In Blood Outâ€ť â€“ Out this Fall via Nuclear Blast
“After a group of boy scouts are mysteriously killed by a wolf-like creature on Cadaverous Island, Walter Romero, whose best friend was among the killed, sets out to find exactly what happened. In order to reach the island, Walter teams up with Johnny Mason, neighborhood stoner, to smoke up Ashley Valinski, neighborhood hottie, and get her to take them out on her father’s boat. But soon after arriving on Cadaverous Island, a … Continue reading
“New York, 1980: airplanes have replaced cars, numbers have replaced names, pills have replaced food, government-arranged marriages have replaced love, and test tube babies have replaced – well, you get the idea. Scientists revive a man struck by lightning in 1930 and he is rechristened ‘Single O’. He is befriended by J-21, who can’t marry the girl of his dreams because he isn’t ‘distinguished’ enough, until he is chosen for a four-month … Continue reading
“In 1978, a race of aliens came to Earth and asked the MIB to help protect their greatest treasure which they call ‘The Light’ which is a source of awesome power. But it’s not in their mandate to do that so they tell them they can’t and send them away. But in the present day, Serleeena an alien who wants the light comes to Earth because she suspects that the MIB did … Continue reading
When “LIGHTS GO OUT,” the new era of FOZZY will officially be upon us.
FOZZY – frontman CHRIS JERICHO, guitarists RICH WARD and BILLY GREY, bassist PAUL DILEO and drummer FRANK FONTSERE – will release their new single “LIGHTS GO OUT” April 29 across all digital platforms. The release will coincide with the track’s impact at Active Rock radio, and will be the first single from the band’s upcoming sixth studio album, set to hit … Continue reading
The world’s biggest heavy music touring festival, the ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL in its seventh annual sojourn, is pleased to announce the official 2014 artist line-up with the boldest, largest, loudest and most diverse lineup to date! Not only will this year’s festival include the massive ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAIN STAGE and COLDCOCK AMERICAN HERBAL WHISKEY STAGE, but will also present two additional stages- the SUMERIAN RECORDS/HEADBANG FOR THE HIGHWAY STAGE, and the … Continue reading
I come from a small place in Kent called Dungeness.
I live in a small place in East Sussex called Rye.
My childhood was accompanied by a Poltergeist.
Iâ€™m fascinated by death, disease, deformity, anguish, fear, pain and disability.
I paint in response to my fascination.
Forthcoming ALICE COOPER Doc Opera â€śSUPER DUPER ALICE COOPERâ€ť â€“
Premiering at Tribeca Film Festival on April 17, 2014
250+ Theatrical Screenings to Follow, Beginning April 30, 2014 in the United States
The 2014 ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL to Announce Cities and Venues Next Week
The world’s biggest heavy music touring music festival is back and ready to pummel in 2014. The ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL is announcing this yearâ€™s cities and venues next Tuesday, February 18th.
The ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL has listened to the fans and promises to answer the prayers of heavy metal crusaders everywhere, assuring the most bold and … Continue reading
Smaug, Annabelle and the Zombots from Frankenstein’s Army, just a few of the top 10 monsters from the movies for 2013 from the reunited team of Doc Rotten and Thomas Mariani on episode 61 of the Monster Movie Podcast. That’s right Thomas is back after a long hiatus from the show to bring his list of the best cinematic creatures of the year. Then Doc steps in to mix in his most … Continue reading
THE BEST HORROR FILMS OF 2013
“Either way, it’s going to be one hell of a ride.” – Gravity, dir. Alfonso Cauron
“Want to play a game of hide and clap?” – The Conjuring, dir. James Wan
It’s been such a long year for this old saint. I can honestly say I’ve seen more films this year than ever before and while that might sound awesome to most of you, in actuality it can be something of a chore. Think about it for a hot minute or so, you get to watch nearly every movie released this year but how many of them do you actually have a good time watching? I … Continue reading
It’s entirely possible that you’re not going to run out, rent and line these up for Christmas day. And it’s also pretty likely that quite a few of these titles are just simply beyond renting anyways. Most likely an old VHS rental local might do the trick. However, it’s always nice to know what your options are…and for your viewing pleasure we have rounded up 20 of the best of the best and best of … Continue reading
13. Time After Time (1979)
This movie makes the list even though it isnâ€™t really a horror movie. It isnâ€™t scary at all, actually, but the plot, while a bit cheesy at times, also contains a bit of genius, including its star Malcolm McDowell. Hereâ€™s the deal: the notion of a serial killer is not a modern one. Jack the Ripper, while arguably the most famous serial killer, is not modern … Continue reading
10 Horror Movie Rumors that Never Took Place (and by the Grace of God Never Will)
People just generally enjoy spreading rumors, especially in the horror movie business.
Iâ€™ve heard a ton of horror flick rumors during my day and while some of them sound like they had the potential to be true there are others that are just so out there and downright weird that I dismissed them immediately. I not sure where or … Continue reading
There is an interesting article by Alison Nastasi over at Flavorwire.com about fifteen obscure horror film titles.Â I always love reading these lists that other writers come up with because invariably there are some titles on them that I have not only not seen yet but have never even heard of before.Â This list is no exception, and itâ€™s unfortunate that a film like Letâ€™s Scare Jessica to Death (1971), released … Continue reading