SOUTHBOUND AND DOWN – Starburst Magazine

SOUTHBOUND AND DOWN - Starburst Magazine

SOUTHBOUND AND DOWN - Starburst Magazine

Anthology films are nothing new to horror cinema. The story collection format has been a hallmark of the genre, going all the way back to Paul Leni’s 1924 silent film, Waxworks. Leni’s film helped set the template for what viewers have come to expect from the horror anthology: a framing device helps set up the & Continued

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William Shatner talks the joy of the uncompromised moment ahead of his one-man show at Yardley Hall Saturday

William Shatner talks the joy of the uncompromised moment ahead of his one-man show at Yardley Hall Saturday

William Shatner talks the joy of the uncompromised moment ahead of his one-man show at Yardley Hall Saturday

At this point in his career, actor William Shatner needs no introduction. But one can nevertheless take pleasure in recapping: We are talking about the or...

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‘King Cohen’ himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

'King Cohen' himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

'King Cohen' himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

Listing all of the films made by director Larry Cohen would be pages long, and if you added in the number of TV show episodes, it'd be pages and pages past that. Even if you were to distill it down to the number of Blu-Ray reissues over the last few years, it would be absurdly lengthy. Suffice it to

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Friday Double Feature: Home Is Where the Haunt Is

Friday Double Feature: Home Is Where the Haunt Is

Friday Double Feature: Home Is Where the Haunt Is

Peter Jackson’s 1996 ghost story, The Frighteners, was the director’s first big Hollywood production. It didn’t do so hot, making just a little bit above its $26 million budget. Given the fact that the film’s star, Michael J. Fox, would make his triumphant return to the small screen just two months

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Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

I have a weird relationship with the 1962 film Carnival of Souls. Part of the film was shot in Lawrence, Kansas, where I live. It was the director Herk Harvey’s only feature film, although he made many films for the industrial movie company Centron Corporation. The movie is a certifiable classic,

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Friday Double Feature: Past & Present Tense

Friday Double Feature: Past & Present Tense

Friday Double Feature: Past & Present Tense

In his review for David Robert Mitchell’s 2014 film It Follows, The Wall Street Journal’s Joe Morgenstern referred to the film as “a vivid example of musically transmitted anxiety.” Thanks to the score by composer and musician Disasterpeace, the film is a ridiculously tense piece of horror. Watching

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Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) – Eric Roberts is the Man

Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) - Eric Roberts is the Man

Episode 60: The King of Queens S03E14 & Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534 (2001) - Eric Roberts is the Man

IT’S THE PODCAST THE *MAN* DOESN’T WANT YOU TO HEAR! It’s a brand spanking new episode of Eric Roberts is the CENSORED Man, and this time.. it’s personal! We’ve got writer and podcaster Nick Spacek joining us on the ERIC ROBERTS EXPRESS and chatting about an episode of THE KING OF QUEENS. Seriously! And then we prepare for turbulence with a little ROUGH AIR: DANGER ON FLIGHT 534 which is OH SO CANADIAN! Why not listen RIGHT NOW? As always, check out ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN on Twitter, or come chat ER (or anything else) on our Facebook group. Don’t forget to head over to iTunes to subscribe and rate the show. If you like it.. tell a friend! Our theme song is (unofficially) officially endorsed by ERIC ROBERTS! Our guest this week is the great Nick Spacek! Check out his writing at http://www.rockstarjournalist.com/ (and, heck, maybe http://www.cinepunx.com), and the FROM & INSPIRED BY podcast http://www.fromandinspiredby.com. And follow him on Twitter @nuthousepunks THEY MADE IT! pic.twitter.com/E9ZFu7R6iq  Boo!-ner Vivant (@Doug_Tilley) October 16, 2017 Music on this episode: Break #1 – “The Queen is Dead” by The Smiths Break #2 – “Jet Airliner” by Steve Miller Band Break #3 – “Police on my Back (Live)” by the Clash

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Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

Friday Double Feature: Madness By the Water

I have a weird relationship with the 1962 film Carnival of Souls. Part of the film was shot in Lawrence, Kansas, where I live. It was the director Herk Harvey’s only feature film, although he made many films for the industrial movie company Centron Corporation. The movie is a certifiable classic,

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Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

In July 2011, filmmaker Brad Norman announced that he was going to make a film documenting the Outhouse, a punk club in a cornfield three miles east of...

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Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

As noted by Clive Davies in his book Spinegrinder: The Movies Most Critics Won’t Write About, Herschell Gordon Lewis’ 1965 film, Color Me Blood Red, “is kind of an extension of A Bucket of Blood,” directed by Roger Corman in 1959. While the former is a brightly-colored, slightly serious picture, and

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