Bookshelf: CULT EPICS

Bookshelf: CULT EPICS

Bookshelf: CULT EPICS

Cult Epics: Comprehensive Guide to Cult Cinema was the subject of a successful IndieGoGo to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the label dedicated to releasing “the most sought-after, obscure, provocative and previously unknown films to the home video market.” Cult Epics produced a limited-edition

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Films From the Void: The otherworldly dreaminess of THE BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE

Films From the Void: The otherworldly dreaminess of THE BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE

Films From the Void: The otherworldly dreaminess of THE BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE

Director Vicente Aranda’s 1972 vampire film, The Blood Spattered Bride, is a film that has always escaped my attention. It’s been pointed out here and there that Spanish horror doesn’t quite get the attention it deserves, due to the relatively small output size, in comparison to its neighbor, Italy.

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From the Stereo to Your Screen: Ministry & A.I.

From the Stereo to Your Screen: Ministry & A.I.

From the Stereo to Your Screen: Ministry & A.I.

"What About Us?" by Ministry from A.I.: Artificial Intelligence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKo_73_hzLI There have been numerous pieces over the years since the 2001 release of  A.I., debating whether or not Steven Spielberg’s direction was inappropriate for the work begun by Stanley Kubri

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Commodore Gilgamesh of Everything Is Terrible! on ‘The Great Satan’ & Video Mixtape Madness

Commodore Gilgamesh of Everything Is Terrible! on 'The Great Satan' & Video Mixtape Madness

Commodore Gilgamesh of Everything Is Terrible! on 'The Great Satan' & Video Mixtape Madness

Over the last ten years, Everything Is Terrible! has reinterpreted our shared memory into 3,000+ daily web videos, collected 15,000 Jerry Maguire VHS tapes, and forever altered the collective consciousness of like-minded movie weirdos. Now – in partnership with their longtime collaborator, Lucifer –

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Panic Fest: Every single feature playing this weekend’s event in Kansas City

Panic Fest: Every single feature playing this weekend's event in Kansas City

Panic Fest: Every single feature playing this weekend's event in Kansas City

Starting out as a small, weekend event, 2018’s Panic Fest is kicking off January 25, at the Screenland Armour in Kansas City, with screenings running all the way until the first of next month. Seven days of genre fare; encompassing horror, animation, shorts, and live podcasts from the likes of Adam

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Director Ted Geoghegan on ‘Mohawk’ & film festivals

Director Ted Geoghegan on 'Mohawk' & film festivals

Director Ted Geoghegan on 'Mohawk' & film festivals

Though many learned his name through his Fulci-nodding directorial debut, We Are Still Here (2015), Ted Geoghegan has been working in horror and science-fiction as a producer for years; which is to say nothing of his work as publicist for the long-running Fantasia International Film Festival in Mont

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Bookshelf: Horrific Humor and the Moment of Droll Grimness in Cinema

Bookshelf: Horrific Humor and the Moment of Droll Grimness in Cinema

Bookshelf: Horrific Humor and the Moment of Droll Grimness in Cinema

The new collection of essays from Lexington Books, Horrific Humor and the Moment of Droll Grimness in Cinema: Sidesplitting sLaughter “presents the first focused look at the moment in audience reception where screams and laughter collide.” Editors John A. Dowell and Cynthia J. Miller “bring together

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Todd Sheets’ DREAMING PURPLE NEON is splatter with heart

Todd Sheets' DREAMING PURPLE NEON is splatter with heart

Todd Sheets' DREAMING PURPLE NEON is splatter with heart

Gore films can be exhausting. There comes a point for the average horror fan when, about halfway through a movie like Dreaming Purple Neon, the face-chopping, flesh-tearing, blood-spurting scenes onscreen begin to feel like a challenge to one’s ability to maintain. Marveling at practical effects asi

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Hallmark Punx: (ROMANCE) IN THE DIGITAL AGE’s Emo Nostalgia

Hallmark Punx: (ROMANCE) IN THE DIGITAL AGE's Emo Nostalgia

Hallmark Punx: (ROMANCE) IN THE DIGITAL AGE's Emo Nostalgia

If you grew up listening to Taking Back Sunday and going to Warped Tour, director Jason Michael Brescia has crafted the movie for you. The plot summary of his new film, (Romance) In the Digital Age, goes as follows: “When the video of a once-famous emo band performing impromptu karaoke together goe

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VAULT OF HORROR: THE ITALIAN CONNECTION – Starburst Magazine

VAULT OF HORROR: THE ITALIAN CONNECTION - Starburst Magazine

VAULT OF HORROR: THE ITALIAN CONNECTION - Starburst Magazine

Demon Music Group’s new compilation, Vault of Horror: The Italian Connection, is a perfect introduction to the world of Italian genre scores for those who want to dive in, but aren’t quite sure where to start. Featuring music by heavy hitters such as Ennio Morricone, Walter Rizzati, and Fabio Frizzi – the latter getting a … Continued

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