Imagine you’ve received a mysterious summons to a grand old mansion, along with a check for several thousand dollars. Most of us would probably think it was a scam, despite the money, but you’d be terribly curious, of course. It’s certainly a step up from the ‘Nigerian Prince’ scam. Maybe you’d even go out to this grand old mansion, just to see what it’s all about. That’s what Gabby does in The Offer, and she arrives to discover that six other guests like her have already arrived. It’s an intriguing opener to what could be an innovative series.
Liverpool Horror Club brought back their horror fest to Seaforth on the 17th August and it was still a bargain. Like last year’s Liverpool Horror Festival there was a small selection of stalls, but there were several new ones boasting some unique artwork.
“A full day celebration of all things horror!”
Fans still mourning the loss of Ash vs. Evil Dead will be happy to learn that Fright-Rags have created new merchandise from the TV show, including trading cards, as well as apparel from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Pet Sematary, and The Warriors.
“Glory, Gory, Hallelujah!”
Let the festivities continue. The unrated Midsommar Director’s Cut – featuring new scenes and extended footage – opens in select US theaters nationwide this weekend!
“Sommar never ends.”
After the success of Brian De Palma’s Carrie in 1976, there has been no shortage of films and TV miniseries based on Stephen King’s novels. And with success comes the inevitable sequel…
“Every teen thinks terrible thoughts… Hers are deadly.”
Waxwork Records is proud to present the Us original motion picture soundtrack featuring a score by composer Michael Abels. Us, released in March 2019, is an original nightmare written, directed and produced by Academy Award®-winning visionary Jordan Peele.
“We are our own worst enemy.”
Warm, young bodies will feed Gutter Garbs hunger, and hot, fresh blood their awful thirst! Gutter Garbs have released collections for William Crain’s 1972 blaxploitation classic Blacula, and James Cameron’s nightmare that won’t end, 1984’s The Terminator.
“Rising from the echoing corridors of Hell, an awesome being of the supernatural – with satanic power of sheer dread.”
There’s an old saying that goes, “all the world loves a clown,” but when the fourth annual GenreBlast Film Festival descends upon the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester, VA in two weeks, some North Carolina filmmakers are going to add their own little caveat, “no one ever said it had to be alive.” From writer/director Jaysen Buterin comes Kill Giggles, a Hitchcockian horror/thriller that will have the official world premiere of its first teaser.
“The GenreBlast Film Festival is such an amazing array of indie, underground and cult films, filmmakers and film lovers from around the world.”
Local Boogeyman once again brings you more groovy tees from the monstrous exploitation cinema of Rob Zombie. Hello America… Did you miss us?
“They live to kill.”
Based on the children’s books that spooked a generation, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is now a major motion picture. Fright-Rags honors the film’s release with exclusive t-shirts. They also have new House apparel and newly-created Garbage Pail Kids inspired by horror classics.
“Go to Hell.”
Super7 have a collaborated on 3.75″ ReAction Figures that will bewitch you in the moonlight, with the satanic Ghost, and punk icons The Misfits!