After co-writing and producing Skyline in 2010, Liam O’Donnell spent the better half a decade working on his directional debut; the well-received follow-up, Beyond Skyline. Attack from Planet B talked with Liam about his experience on both movies, and the challenges associated with making a hybrid genre film.
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“An unusual story of unnatural love and desire…so bold, so shocking – it must be shown to ADULTS ONLY!”
The Horror & SciFi Prop Preservation Association (HSPPA) is a nonprofit organisation that aims to preserve film history by bringing screen-used props and wardrobe from genre movies to public settings for fans to see up close and in person. Their upcoming book The HSPPA Volume Two: Planet of the Props will bring the exhibition to you.
“The HSPPA isn’t just a display of objects from movies, it’s a showcase of iconic items that have an incredible meaning to different people.”
Released in 2017, seven years after it’s predecessor Skyline, the aptly titled Beyond Skyline sees Liam O’Donnell take over the directorial reigns from Greg and Colin Strause, in his directional debut.
Beyond Skyline was unwarranted. It is a sequel no one expected, and perhaps, a sequel no one wanted. Even as someone that appreciated the first movie, Beyond Skyline went beyond (pun intended) my expectations entirely. It works because it is so wild…so out there… Beyond Skyline is an experience.
“Survive? We did a hell of a lot more than survive… We evolved.”
Indicator will be giving one of international cinema’s most acclaimed works its long-overdue UK Blu-ray premiere, and delving further into the vaults to unearth more criminally underseen British gems.
Available 19 March 2018, Indicator proudly presents Michelangelo Antonioni’s The Passenger, John Guillermin’s tense Town on Trial, Dick Clement’s Otley, and Stephen Frears’ auspicious feature debut, Gumshoe.
“I used to be somebody else…but I traded him in.”
Cavity Colors are releasing their first line of official, high quality, super soft knitted ‘Spooky Socks’. To kick off this new line, Cavity Colors will release two pairs of socks; one pair branded with their classic ‘TerrorTooth’ logo, and the other pair Halloween themed.
“Would you wear these ‘Spooky Socks’?!”
You are cordially invited to spend an evening with Waxwork Records. Horror has found a new home! Enter at your own risk… How did we miss this? Last year Waxwork Records released the House 1 & 2 original motion picture soundtrack on deluxe double album vinyl, and it is like it is from some kind of alternate universe…or something.
“Ding dong, you’re dead.”
Just as A Nightmare on Elm Street continues to thrive many years after its 1984 release, fans continue to share their stories on how the film has affected them. FredHeads is a documentary that shines a spotlight on the fervent fans within this passionate community.
“The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise has done more than impact my life, it has saved my life. In my darkest times I have turned to Elm Street. It is a survival story, it is my best friend, it is my comfort, and it is my home.”
I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale; literally translated as The Bodies Bear Traces of Carnal Violence, is an Italian giallo directed by Sergio Martino. Released in the United States as Torso in 1973, Martino’s artistic direction combined feverish sexuality and visually striking violence into a film that predates the American slasher subgenre. Perhaps then, the slasher owes a lot more to the Italian giallo than it is usually given credit for?
“Enter… if you dare the bizarre world of the psychosexual mind.”
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“Don’t ya like clowns? Don’t we make ya laugh? Aren’t we fuckin’ funny?”
With Premutos: Lord of the Living Dead, Olaf Ittenbach has managed to create a movie that doesn’t take itself too seriously; instead opting to bring humour to the violence portrayed onscreen. It is grosser, nastier, gorier than most splatter films, and likely done on a much smaller budget too. If you enjoy video violence exaggerated to the extreme, and your humour as black as the night sky, look no further than this fallen angel.
“For centuries, the secret of an ancient legend was kept hidden. It contained the legacy of the mystery of life and death. It was the book about the resurrection of the anti-god Premutos.”
Space out in 2018 with airings of cult classic movies: The Craft, Labyrinth and Bubba Ho-Tep, and classic science fiction television: Andromeda and Stargate: Atlantis; only on Comet TV!
Need to warm up on the cold winter Wednesdays? Look no further than Comet TV’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming.