Super7 is proud to present Wave 2 of their Universal Monsters 3.75″ ReAction Figures assortment. From the classic horror films, Revenge of the Creature (1955), Frankenstein (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935), Dracula (1931), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), and The Invisible Man (1933)!
“It’s alive, it’s alive, it’s alive! It’s ALIVE!”
WWE/MMA legend Phil “CM Punk” Brooks gets his first starring role in this bloody and demented haunted house tale from one of the strongest voices in modern indie-horror, Travis Stevens. Bursting pipes, rotting walls, and unidentifiable slime were not what Don Koch (Phil Brooks) expected when he convinced his wife Liz (Trieste Kelly Dunn) that he could rehab their new Victorian home himself. In over his head, under duress, and tempted by his old weaknesses, Don soon discovers that the house has its own dark, sordid history and won’t be so easy to renovate after all…
“Home is where Hell is.”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the debut release of Don’t Go in the House original motion picture soundtrack. Available for the very first time in any format!
“You have been warned!”
I have to admit, straight off the bat, that I’m an absolute sucker for Agatha Christie-type whodunnits, so too is self-confessed fan, writer/director Rian Johnson, as he admitted during his talk at the recent BFI London Film Festival. He certainly demonstrates his love for the genre in his spirited and inventive homage, Knives Out. Johnson knows that half the fun lies in our recognition of the rules of the game, so he immediately provides his audience with a rambling, labyrinthine, old house in the countryside, full of curiosities and knick-knacks, a wealthy patriarch, and a large family with many secrets.
“Everyone has a motive. No one has a clue.”
When writing reviews I always make a decision of if I want to reveal plot points or spoilers. This isn’t in any way to ruin the experience of the film for people who haven’t seen it, but I like to write as if you, the reader, and me are having a cup of coffee and chatting about a film we’ve just watched together. I find it a lot more engaging and intimate. So I apologise if during my reviews there’s a lot of spoilers, but that’s my process. This won’t be the case with the short film Occurrence at Mills Creek because I’d found it very difficult to fathom anything interesting?
“See me. Hear me.”
The 2nd annual Dead All Day Horror Film Festival brings chills and thrills to the North West of England on Saturday 16th November 2019. Returning once again to The Studio in Widnes, Cheshire, Dead All Day brings a jam packed schedule of short films with one epic headlining movie to fright and delight the audience. Highlights include the multi award winning short film Midnight from UK writer/director Katie Bonham; creature feature Dead Air from director Geoff Harmer; and Trapped, written by Richard Chizmar and the one and only Stephen King!
“Celebrating true independent horror!”
So as the dust settles and people start heading back to their normal everyday lives, it’s a time for reflection of the weekend that’s just past.
Horror fans from all across the UK travelled in their droves to attend For the Love of Horror 2019, which took place at Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester.
“A spine chilling death defying experience.”
Witter Entertainment is excited to announce Fangoria’s Satanic Panic has joined their Broke Horror Fan VHS lineup, plus rep your favourite 80’s monster hunters with the Squad Goals tee.
“Sacrifices must be made.”
Just in time for Halloween, Gregory Blair’s award-winning screwball comedy meets slasher spoof Garden Party Massacre is now available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime. The film has won handfuls of awards on the festival circuit. Currently available only on DVD and Blu-ray, the Amazon Prime debut will be the premiere chance to see the film on VOD. Beloved by audiences and critics alike, the fun begins when a friendly backyard gathering goes hilariously awry as an unexpected guest arrives…with a pickaxe…and an attitude…
“Some people are the death of the party.”
Crepitus is a horror film from the minds of Eddie and Sarah Renner. Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger sister Sam are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than living with their abusive, alcoholic mother when they are forced to move into their deceased Grandfather’s house.
Frightened beyond belief, they begin to learn horrible things about their family history. Nevermind the ghosts in the house, there is something far worse that takes an interest in the girls… a cannibalistic clown.
“What’s in your basement?”
Fright-Rags kicks off the spooky season in a big way. Gear up for the season with new merchandise from Trick ‘r Treat, The Crow, and the Halloween franchise, along with Bela Lugosi-inspired coffee for creatures of the night and day.