Trailer: Phantasm V Ravager (2015) Teaser

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Trailer: Phantasm V Ravager (2015) Teaser The final installment of the long running Phantasm series.

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Film Review: Phantasm II (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: Mike, now released from a psychiatric hospital, continues his journey to stop the evil Tall Man from his grim work. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Don Coscarelli Starring: Reggie Bannister, James LeGros, Angus Scrimm QUICK FIX: Ten years after the events in the first film, Mike is finally released from psychiatric care when (just like Charley Brewster in FRIGHT NIGHT 2) he agrees with his doc that all the wicked sh*t from the first … Continue reading

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Film Review: Phantasm (1979)

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SYNOPSIS: Often considered one of the icons of 1970s independent horror cinema, director Don Coscarelli’s classic nail-biter follows two boys who, in pursuit of an odd-looking grave robber, may wind up as the newest members of a freshly dead slave race. Jody (Bill Thornbury) and Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) discover that the creature (Angus Scrimm) stealing cadavers walks the earth but lives in the afterworld — and that it needs more corpses. REVIEW: If this … Continue reading

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Interview: Reggie Bannister (2010) (Phantasm, Bloody Blood Bible Camp,..)

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The Saint is back with another interview for my acolytes to read & enjoy (You better f*cking enjoy them, they’re hard work). Up to the plate this time is Reggie “Phantasm” Bannister. Read & Enjoy!! TBS: I’m here with Reggie Bannister, who has appeared in many films but of course is known to us as one of the stars of Don Coscarelli’s seminal “Phantasm” film series. How are you today Mr. Bannister? RB: It’s a … Continue reading

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List: 13 Road Horror Flicks That (Do or Will) Demand Your Attention

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My favorite sub-genre in all of horror isn’t a sub-genre at all, really; it’s just an element. It’s a huge one, though, one that is as much an antagonist in most cases as the monsters, demons and killers themselves. It’s a sickness, a fascination, and like a moth to flame, I’m drawn to horror movies that deal with driving, roads, and travel like I’m drawn to nothing else in film. It’s either an asphalt fetish … Continue reading

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