Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the deluxe vinyl release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles original motion picture score by John DuPrez. With a highly anticipated live-action motion picture released in 1990, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles proved to be the biggest pop-culture property in the world for the time.
Siôn Griffiths’ Humanoids from Outer Space – a throwback to the science fiction B movies of the 1950s – continues with Chapter 2: 20 Million Miles to Wales and Chapter 3: Attack of the Humanoids.
“If I don’t save the world, then who the hell will?”
Marko Mäkilaakso, director and co-writer of the sci-fi comedy/horror film It Came from the Desert, was kind enough to let us ask him some questions about his movie, his background, and his thoughts about horror and filmmaking.
“It Came from the Desert is inspired by the films I grew up with and love. It’s actually the most perfect film to show who I am as director. That’s why this is my most personal film.”
Marko Mäkilaakso’s movie It Came from the Desert evokes the creature features of the 1950s by way of the late 80s, making it a cheesy, nostalgia-packed thrill ride from start to finish. Inspired by the 1989 video game by Cinemaware, it never once takes itself too seriously, and keeps you watching with clever effects, over-the-top action sequences, and a number of hysterically funny lines that are sure to offend. What more could you ask from a monster movie?
“Okay, listen we need your help. We’re trapped by this giant ant… A giant freakin’ ant!”
Walking the line between new wave and synthwave, The Video Nasties sound has been described like a Frankenstein-esque meld of Oingo Boingo and John Carpenter.
“We’re two horror geeks who consumed too many ’80s horror films as impressionable youth and find ourselves now compelled to recreate the synth-based spooky melodies of the period.”
On 10 December, Indicator presents William Castle at Columbia, Volume Two, the second of their limited edition blu-ray box sets featuring four weird and wonderful films from the master showman’s illustrious career with Columbia Pictures: Zotz! (1962); 13 Frightened Girls (1963); The Old Dark House (1963); and Strait-Jacket (1964). Indicator also presents Joan Crawford in another of her outrageous 1960s horror roles – Jim O’Connolly’s dark and twisted Berserk (1967).
“Your front row seat to murder!”
Written and directed by Siôn Griffiths, Humanoids from Outer Space is a throwback to the science fiction B movies of the 1950s; an homage to Ed Wood, Tommy Wiseau, and the atomic age of cinema.
“Their mission is to destroy humanity. Can these alien humanoids be stopped?”
Tarman™ has awoken, out of his stasis canister and in to your heart, and with him an officially licensed collection from Creepy Co. for everyone’s favorite brain-loving, pile of mush!
“Send… more… merch.”
Director Uwe Boll shouldn’t need much of an introduction to film fans. Quite the controversial figure, it seems if he’s not making films that divide opinion, he’s pissing off the people that are.
“Independent movies are dead. What we have left are TV shows, $200mil studio movies and some Oscar contenders. The rest will be $100k movies shot by amateurs and wannabe filmmakers.”
Gutter Garbs are having a 30th anniversary party for the 1988 cult classic Night of the Demons. Jason and Freddy are too scared to come. But you’ll have a hell of a time.
“The noise, the stink, and the chill! They’re all signs of demonic infestation.”
What began as a birthday barbecue ended in a bizarre tragedy in New Jersey today. It was a lawnmower that brought a quick end to the life of 21-year old, bride-to-be, Elizabeth Shelley.
But death by lawnmower is not the end of the strange twists in this case. Yes, apparently parts of her are missing. She’s just one giant jigsaw puzzle. And Gutter Garbs intend to collect the pieces.
“Looking for some action?”
It may not be October yet, but the Halloween season is already upon us. Set the spooky scene with Fright-Rags’ new apparel from Trick ‘r Treat, General Mills Monsters, Stephen King, and Haunters: The Art of the Scare.