Let’s be honest, vampires have become something of a joke among horror aficionados of late. What with the horrifying (for all the wrong reasons) tween saga that’s been taking the multiplex by storm these last few years – it seems vampires just don’t have the right credibility anymore. That is until you decide to revisit Ted Nicolaou’s camp B-Movie film series – Subspecies.
Head in for more of 88 Films release …
Attack From Planet B is very proud to present its next screening event for our great followers and we are opening with a cult classic, Sam Raimi’s original Army of Darkness. Where Ash is accidentally transported to 1300 A.D., where he must battle an army of the dead and retrieve the Necronomicon so he can return home.
What we want you to do is turn up to our screening on Thursday 10th January at 7.45pm . So come along to the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City (directions below) on Thursday 10th January at 7.45pm, with tickets at only £5 what are you waiting for? Order your tickets here.
Attack From Planet B is very proud to present its forth screening event for our great followers and we havr something very special for you, Nightbreed The Cabal Cut.
What we want you to do is turn up to our screening on Satureday 15th December at 8.30pm . So come along to the Hawthorne Theatre in Welwyn Garden City (directions below) on Saturday 15th Decemer at 8.30pm, with tickets at only £5 what are you waiting for? Order your tickets here.
In 1978 the face of horror changed forever with the release of John Carpenters seminal classic, Halloween. Now
with trick or treating fast approaching, Dom brings us his take on the 3 Halloween films that are closest to his heart. Its 3 times the Halloween and 3 times the Myers! He’s back once again and this time he’s brought a friend home.
Head on inside for Dom’s great look back over his favourite Halloween films …
Considered by many Italian film fans, to be the great Italian horror (1997′s The Wax Mask by Sergio Silvetti is neither great nor a well made horror), Dellamorte Dellamore is part Evil Dead and part unhinged whimsicalness via Terry Gilliam. Directed by Argento protégé Michele Soavi, this last great Italian horror is based on the cult Dylan Dog comics by author Tiziano Sclavi.
So for more of the wonderfully great Italian horror by Michele Soavi thanks to Dom, enjoy.
What runs, guns, swims, horse rides and fences through a neo-nazi played by David Soul? Well that would be olympic pentathlon contender, Dolph Lundgren. But the question remains is this sports thriller really any good?
Continue reading and Dominic O’Brien will reveal all if you can take the pass of the Pentathlon.
With the release of her new book ‘Plague Town’, we have an exclusive article from author and b-movie star Dana Fredsti.
In this fantastic article, Dana tells us of her tales in the world of B-movies and the wonderful people she met during her time in front and behind the camera. Also we have details of her upcoming release Plague Town; a story of a small university town, Redwood Grove, where people are succumbing to a lethal strain of flu, but where the dead are coming back to life.
So head on inside for an exclusive look into the world of modern day b-movies, thanks to Dana Fredsti.
When it come to action, the 80s and 90s was the pinnacle of all things high concept and bombastic in the world movies, with buses exploding, battleships being taken hostage and entire cities being destroyed. However, it was the lone one man army that flew the flag for action during these glory days of action cinema; always there with an Uzi 9mm or an M-16 in one hand and quick one-liner in the other. So here at Attack From Planet B we have but together our top “One Man Army” movies.
So head on inside to see if your favourites are in our action-packed list…