Month: September 2016

LaserDisc Finds Part 2!

I went to the same thrift store today that I mentioned in my first LaserDisc Finds. And just like then, I came back home with five LaserDiscs – this time four horror movies and one TV show. And I just couldn’t be happier with my findings – I’m really striking gold with this place. So, let’s take a look at what I found today. Continue reading

Leatherface and His Family Return in Full Length Fan Film ‘Dog Will Hunt’!

I’ve always loved the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. There was something about the rural landscapes, Leatherface’s creepy personality, and his zany family which always kept me coming back for more. Unfortunately with the series’ lack of continuity, the only real sequel is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. Continue reading

A New Re-Animator in the Works?

It’s been years since House of Re-Animator was announced. The film was going to be a follow-up to Stuart Gordon and Bryan Yuzna’s fantastic Re-Animator trilogy. These films starred Jeffrey Combs as mad scientist Herbert West; who just so happens to have a penchant for re-animating the dead. Continue reading

Alien vs Aliens: Which is Superior?

The Alien fanbase is very sharply divided amidst the first two entries of the titular franchise. There are those who admire Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece, and those who applaud James Cameron’s 1986 game changer. But which one is the better film? Let’s take a look. Continue reading

See the Lost ‘Tales from the Crypt’ Spin-Off ‘Two-Fisted Tales’!

Tales from the Crypt is easily the greatest horror series ever conceived. It features top-notch production values that stem from all of Hollywood’s greatest resources. But it wasn’t your average, mainstream Hollywood production – it delved into gritty and bloody concepts that were for the longest time used only in cheaply-made grindhouse flicks. Because of this, televised horror shows became a staple of the entertainment industry, and Tales from the Crypt became a household name. No longer was it the title of a forgotten comic book series or the classic Amicus films which used the name – it was an entirely new experience. Continue reading

New ‘Death House’ Trailer!

Death House is set to be the self-proclaimed “Expendables of Horror” with its seemingly endless cast of genre icons. Directed by B. Harrison Smith, he explains that the film “is an embrace of the convention crowds and old school horror fans while delivering a cool, fresh new story for a younger generation of horror fans who may not recognize all of these classic names.” Furthermore, he realizes how much horror fans love practical FX, which is why he promises, “…one practical effect that will rival the chest burster scene in ‘Alien’.” Continue reading

New Tremors Series Coming to Amazon?!

There’s been all sorts of TV series talk since Tremors: Bloodlines renewed interest in the franchise, and Kevin Bacon has just revealed some new updates Continue reading