This April, Indicator collects four genre-spanning works from the great John Ford in another of their series of acclaimed filmmaker-focused, limited-edition box sets. In addition, Indicator present The Strange One, the directorial debut of Jack Garfein that introduced the acting talents of Ben Gazzara and George Peppard to the big screen. Mastered from the finest available materials, each of these essential releases contains expertly encoded presentations.
In partnership with Milan Records, Waxwork Records is proud to announce the deluxe soundtrack vinyl release to Color Out of Space original motion picture soundtrack by Grammy Award-winning saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist, song writer and composer Colin Stetson!
“I don’t even know what color it was. It wasn’t like any color I’d ever seen before.”
Indie Rights has announced the theatrical world premiere and Digital HD rollout of Tucia Lyman’s hard-hitting M.O.M. (Mothers of Monsters). Melinda Page Hamilton headlines as a troubled single mother who fears that her teenage son, played by Bailey Edwards in a star-making debut, is a duplicitous psychopath. Desperate to know if her son is capable of murder, she begins recording him at home on a network of spy cameras. M.O.M. (Mothers of Monsters) will open in Los Angeles for a weeklong run at the Arena Cinelounge in March on Friday the 13th.
“I’m making these videos for you… For all you other moms out there.”
The American Genre Film Archive, the largest non-profit genre film archive in the world, is thrilled to announce 35mm screenings of The AGFA Horror Trailer Show for Reel Film Day – an annual celebration of watching 35mm film prints in a jam-packed theater on March 5 (or 3/5).
“35mm is part of our DNA at AGFA.”
You bring the pizza, Fright-Rags will bring the horror movies! Slumber Party Massacre 1 & 2, Bela Lugosi, Vestron Video, My Bloody Valentine 3D, Edward Scissorhands, and American Horror Story merchandise is now being served fresh.
“The party begins when the lights go out!”
Party’s like there’s no tomorrow with Ravers, the blissfully violent and drug-addled horror set in the shady underground of illegal raves! A group of clubbers descend on an abandoned warehouse for a night of twisted techno and hedonistic drug-taking, but the illegal rave takes a blood-stained turn for the worse when the whacked-out partygoers discover a case of energy drink ‘Renergize’. Little do they know, the experimental drink caused a factory worker to butcher his colleagues months earlier and soon the party descends into violent carnage.
“If you’re alive in the morning then you weren’t actually there…”
The Topps Company has licensed Mars Attacks to SideKick Lab, who will develop, produce, and publish a new series of Mars Attacks trading cards, which is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter.
“Join the uprising!”
Waxwork Records is proud to announce the new double LP soundtrack release of My Bloody Valentine (1981). Praised by director Quentin Tarantino as his favorite slasher movie of all time!
“There’s more than one way to lose your heart…”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Original Television Score and Soundtrack Season 1 (Parts 1 & 2)! Prepare to sign away your soul to the Dark Lord, because this deluxe triple LP will tempt even the most devout.
“Happy birthday, witch.”
Crawl: Music from the Motion Picture is being given the vinyl treatment by Rusted Wave! This release, not available on any other physical format, features the first-ever release of the heart-pounding score by Max Aruj and Steffen Thum from Paramount Pictures’ 2019 summer horror flick!
“DANGER! Alligators are common in this area. They can be dangerous. They have been known to stalk prey. THEY WILL HUNT YOU.”
Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, starring Thomas Lennon, and Patchwork joins Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment’s VHS lineup!
“Shit, it’s Junior Führer.”
March is a busy month for releases at 101 Films, with a Blu-ray release for a recent horror that was a big hit on the 2019 festival circuit, blu-ray debuts for a pair of under-seen early ’80s sci-fi movies with strong pedigree, and the early ’70s coming-of-age drama that gave Sylvester Stallone his break.