Waxwork Records is proud to present Sorcerer original motion picture soundtrack by Tangerine Dream. Directed by William Friedkin and starring Roy Scheider, Sorcerer is a 1977 intense, existential thriller that follows four outcasts from varied backgrounds.
While you don’t need to take a ball-peen hammer to the forehead to enjoy Patryk Vega’s film Mafia Women (aka Women of Mafia), it sure would help. The movie’s biggest failure is the unbelievably bad plot, which would be laughable if so much money hadn’t been spent trying to turn such a cinematic sow’s ear into the semblance of a silk purse. The only reason why certain characters survived the events of the film was because everyone around them made so many stupid, unintelligible decisions…
“Marie Curie discovered radium and polonium, and you think women can’t make drugs?”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Maniac original Netflix series soundtrack by Dan Romer. Starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, Maniac is a 2018 psychological dark sci-fi series that follows two strangers who connect during a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial.
“I don’t know what’s real, and what’s not.”
Everything is Rucking Fotten! Japanese inspired horror tees from The Witch and The Lighthouse are available for pre-order now – for 72 hours only!
“Evil takes many forms”
This March, Indicator presents spies, pirates, swashbuckling adventure, and a revenge-driven magician, courtesy of Hammer Volume Five: Death & Deceit, the fifth in its limited-edition, box-set series devoted to British cinema’s most iconic film production company, and the sensational thrills of Vincent Price in 3D – John Brahm’sThe Mad Magician presented for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK!
“Astounding! Astonishing! Amaazing! So different you’ll hardly believe your eyes!”
I don’t think it’s nice, you laughin’. You see, Local Boogeyman don’t like people laughing. He gets the crazy idea you’re laughin’ at him. Now if you apologize, like I know you’re going to, I might convince him that you really didn’t mean it.
“You shoot to kill, you better hit the heart.”
I have watched a lot of shite during the past decade, and whilst I can appreciate schlock, the following movies really got under my skin. This is my own personal purge; from 2010 to 2014.
“You have a darkness that rivals my own… It will be a very special pleasure to rip you apart.”
Garageland have released a limited edition Misery print, designed by Jack Gregory, and a 45th anniversary Young Frankenstein print, designed by Alex Zablotsky.
“Paul Sheldon used to write for a living. Now, he’s writing to stay alive.”
Inspired by a real-life race that is still held annually in Japan, Samurai Marathon is an epic sword slasher from director Bernard Rose and the team behind 13 Assassins and The Last Emperor.
Visionary director Takashi Miike also returns to the big screen with the wildly entertaining Tarantino-esque crime thriller First Love.
“For 260 years, Japan cut itself off from the world.”
The inaugural Limited Edition Blu-rays from Anti-Worlds Releasing, produced in association with Powerhouse Films, will be available on 24 February 2020 – including Aaron Schimberg’s Chained for Life (2018); Isabella Eklöf’s Holiday (2018); and Joel Potrykus’ Relaxer (2018).
“Made with the same love and attention to detail as the releases in Powerhouse’s Indicator series.”
Botoks is unafraid to address controversial subjects like abortion, though it does so in a way that might charitably be described as clumsy. For example, an OB-GYN doctor manipulates the system to allow a woman to abort her 22-week-old baby, and the wriggling, mewling child, having survived the procedure, is placed on a metal tray in an empty room to die. This is considered Standard Operating Procedure, apparently. Later in the movie, when the doctor herself gets pregnant, she has a change of heart and refuses to perform any more abortions. She then gets fired by her amoral male boss.
“What the fuck is going on in this hospital?”
On 17 February, Indicator focuses its attention on a trio of works by three British greats: Sidney Gilliat, whose work in the film industry spanned many decades and many classics; Dennis Potter, one of British television’s most important and controversial figures; and the iconoclastic Peter Greenaway, who makes films like no other. Mastered from the finest available materials, each of these collectable limited editions contains extensive collections of new and archival extra features.