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Xenomorphs Live! ALIEN: COVENANT + THEY LIVE Apparel Now Available from Fright-Rags

Alien: Covenant + They Live Fright-Rags Apparel

Fright-Rags have teamed up with the Colonial Marines at 20th Century Fox to release a collection of apparel for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant; now in theaters nationwide.

They have also come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass with the release ofThey Live t-shirts… and they are all out of bubblegum.

“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

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I Saw the Devil (2010, South Korea)

I Saw the Devil (2010)

The South Korean film industry has enjoyed a twenty year renaissance especially in the thriller/horror/gore genres. The release of Oldboy (2003) put South Korean cinema back on the map, after seeing its once glorious traditions wane for many years. I Saw the Devil is the penultimate representative of this new style of Korean cinema, with acting, cinematography, direction and production values equal to any of the world’s leading movie centers.

“Don’t act so weak… this is just the beginning. Remember… your nightmare’s only getting worse!”

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Gross Out Your Friends with Fright-Rags’ MADBALLS Collection

Fright-Rags' Madballs Collection

The 1980s… A decade with no shortage of toys aimed to gross out your parents. Then along came Madballs, the classic toy rubber balls featuring disgusting gross-out characters. Now, 30 years later, gross out your friends and family once again with Fright-Rags’ new Madballs merch!

“Catch them if you dare!”

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COMET Mystery Science Theater 3000 Giveaway

MST3K on COMET

Classic episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 have returned to Comet, every Sunday starting at 8/7C. Watch Joel Hodgson and Michael J. Nelson riff, along with Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot, on the worst B movies that have been committed to celluloid. Plus we have MST3K themed merch to give away to one randomly chosen person!

“In the not-too-distant future. Next Sunday A.D.”

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An Interview with Director Shinichi Fukazawa, Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell

An Interview with Director Shinichi Fukazawa

Trapped inside an old haunted property, a body builder finds himself tormented by a relentless ghost with a 30 year grudge in Shinichi Fukazawa’s tongue-in-cheek splatter comedy; Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell. With the assistance of Terracotta Distribution, Attack from Planet B has had the opportunity to interview Shinichi Fukazawa to discuss his first feature-length film.

“When I watched Evil Dead in the theater, it inspired me a lot. Then I started to make similar short horror movies.”

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Re-Animator (1985, USA)

Re-Animator (1985)

The first time I watched Re-Animator was on HBO, late one evening. I had never heard of the film; however 95 minutes later it became one of my favorite movies of all time. Adapted from the H.P. Lovecraft novella “Herbert West, Re-Animator”, this splattery opera is well worth multiple viewings.

Re-Animator is one of the best horror films of the 1980s and of any era. It has an uncommon mix of horror, suspense, humor, sex and splatter to entertain the most jaded of cult and horror fans.

“Herbert West has a very good head on his shoulders…and another one in a dish on his desk.”

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The Curse (1987, USA / Italy)

The Curse (1987)

Adapted from H.P. Lovecraft’s short story The Colour Out of Space, David Keith’s 1987 directional debut The Curse is remarkably faithful to the source material; albeit poorly executed.

I must admit that I was unaware that The Curse was a tale of Lovecraftian horror until I realised the thematic similarities to Daniel Haller’s Die, Monster, Die! (1965); wherein a radioactive meteorite hits Earth with horrific consequences.

“It takes your body. And your mind. Then it takes you straight to hell…”

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Join THE MONSTER SQUAD with Fright-Rags’ Latest Apparel

Fright-Rags' The Monster Squad Collection

Where the hell am I supposed to find silver bullets? What!? You can acquire them for us? Then you’re the perfect candidate for The Monster Squad. Join the goddamn club with Fright-Rags’ collection of merchandise dedicated to Fred Dekker’s 1987 cult classic.

“You know who to call when you have ghosts but who do you call when you have monsters?”

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Get Out (2017, USA)

Get Out (2017)

Get Out concerns Chris, who is invited by his girlfriend of five months, Rose to travel upstate for the weekend to meet her parents. Chris is concerned about how Rose’s privileged white family’s might react to him, as she hasn’t told them that her boyfriend is black. Meeting the parents is a frightening prospect at the best of times, but Get Out offers a vision of a black guy’s unnerving entrance into a particularly unorthodox white world.

Chris’s girlfriend brushes off his concerns, assuring him that her parents are liberals and that he has nothing to worry about…

“Just because you’re invited, doesn’t mean you’re welcome.”

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Beware the AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON Collection from Fright-Rags

Fright-Rags' An American Werewolf in London Collection

An American Werewolf in London presents the perfect balance between comedy and horror by writer/director John Landis, along with unparalleled special effects by Rick Baker, ensuring this tale of lycanthropy has a place in cinematic history to which all other werewolf movies are now compared. Fright-Rags’ pays tribute to the 1981 classic with their An American Werewolf in London Collection.

“Beware the moon, lads.”

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The Void (2016, Canada)

The Void (2016)

Canadian writer-director team Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie are part of the Astron-6 collective, whose work includes the playful retro horrors The Editor and Manborg.

In their feature The Void, they tone down the humour and opt for suspense and full-on Lovecraftian horror. They draw their influences from a number of sources, including Clive Barker’s Hellraiser, Anderson’s Event Horizon, Cronenberg’s The Fly, Lucio Fulci’s The Beyond and Carpenter’s The Thing and Prince of Darkness.

“There is a hell. This is worse.”

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