Put down the whippits and prepare to W.I.P. it as Troma Entertainment satisfies your thirst for revenge with special screenings of 1987’s women in prison thriller, Lust for Freedom, on TROMonday, November 11th at Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn, NYC and Troma Tuesday, November 12th at The Grand Gerrard Theatre in Toronto, Canada at 9:00 PM!
“Sometimes a citizen has to take the law into her own hands!”
Troma Entertainment is proud to (finally!) announce the release date for the Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Volume 2 Blu-ray as November 12th, 2019! In celebration of this momentous occasion, Troma will be holding a release party hosted at Forbidden Planet NYC on Thursday, November 14th!
“Every few years there is a film that changes the face of cinema. But this is not one of those films… This is a Troma movie!”
To celebrate the release of the next blood-soaked chapter in the most violent crime saga in movie history, Rob Zombie’s 3 from Hell, we’re heading deep into the untamed wilds of America (with a brief detour to Belgium!) to round up the nastiest backwoods butchers and most horrific hillbillies ever committed to celluloid.
“Hello America. Did you miss me?”
Acclaimed action superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme directs and stars in The Quest (1996), an exotic odyssey that takes him from the slums of 1920s New York to the mysterious Lost City of Tibet.
Christopher Dubois is a street criminal on the run from the police, thrust into a forbidding realm of gun smugglers, pirates and an ancient, underworld martial arts competition.
“He never gave up in his quest to reclaim his honor.”
Austin-based cinema-eatery Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is celebrating one of America’s greatest cultural icons and cinema’s greatest action franchises with an explosive Rambo five-film marathon event at twenty-three locations across the United States. Audiences will go from First Blood to Last Blood, beginning with 1982’s First Blood, then continuing with Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Rambo III (1988), Rambo (2008), and then concluding with the new Lionsgate/Millennium Media blockbuster finale, Rambo: Last Blood.
“This marathon is for the ultimate Rambo fan and there’ll be so much to see…”
Pick up a Planet of the Apes or official Vincent Price t-shirt in a world where apes are the rulers and man the beast! “Hunted…haunted…wanted…like beasts of prey!”
“Somewhere in the universe, there must be something better than man!”
Last month saw the release of X-Men: Dark Phoenix, the latest instalment in the X-Men franchise, to largely negative reviews. Most focused on the underdeveloped characters, the villains, and the fact that it didn’t bring anything new to the genre. X-Men meh sums it up. Now, after a few weeks, I think it’s time to look at some of the good points of the film, where it ultimately failed, and what’s needed to make the X-Men stand out in the saturated superhero film genre. The X-Men comics are about discrimination – about being different – and this needs to be referenced…
“Every hero has a dark side.”
In the latest installment of the Heads! mystery, private detective Steve Datsun and his partner Blake Higgins track down ‘Vortex Face’, a doom metal band whose performances end in death and destruction. They’ve kidnapped a young musician and their sinister underground tour appears to be linked to the ‘Heads!’ gang – a group of girls wearing oversized animal heads pulling off heists across London.
“But who are those girls…with those HEADS!”
The Blair Witch Project’s 20th anniversary is this weekend, and Fright-Rags is honoring the occasion with its first collection of apparel from the film. The company also has new tees from Jaws, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, and Splatter University.
“I’m afraid to close my eyes, I’m afraid to open them.”
The Nightingale follows Clare, an Irish convict who is regularly abused by vile British officer Hawkins, eventually resulting in her husband and new-born infant being murdered in front of her while she is being gang raped in an excruciatingly long and graphic scene. When Hawkins abandons his post due to the drunkenness of his men and journeys up north to apply for another post, Clare sets out to exact her own revenge. She brings along a native guide named Billy, who she treats unfairly. Billy is the only character who prevents this film from being a period based I Spit on Your Grave…
“Her song will not be silenced.”
On 19 August, Indicator presents a six-disc limited edition Blu-ray box set dedicated to the unique collaborative relationship between one of cinema’s greatest visual stylists and one of Hollywood’s most iconic stars: Marlene Dietrich & Josef Von Sternberg at Paramount, 1930-1935. Also available is Indicator’s delayed release of the Michael Palin comedy The Missionary.