Fright-Rags wishes John Carpenter a happy 72nd birthday with a limited edition design dedicated to the master of horror + new House of 1000 Corpses merchandise is available.
American Genre Film Archive (AGFA), the largest non-profit genre film archive and distributor in the world, is excited to announce a theatrical partnership with Full Moon Entertainment, the legendary genre film empire founded by filmmaker Charles Band.
“Full Moon is a beloved label with a huge following. AGFA is thrilled to help bring these titles to theaters as a service both to long-time Full Moon fans and fans-to-be.”
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.”
If you were living on this planet in the 80s or 90s, chances are you have fond memories of your local video store. Stuck On VHS: A Visual History of Video Store Stickers brings the VHS era back to life through its small but essential ephemera: rental stickers.
“A huge wealth of amazingness is disintegrating before our eyes, and this time it isn’t art from 100 years ago, it is from the 1980s.”
Are you ready for more of the worst of the worst? Yes, the process of compiling this subjective list has been self-inflicted, but I needed my own personal purge. So, without further ado, here are the worst horror movies of the decade; from 2015 to 2019.
“Transcend your expectations.”
Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner we have the classic 1977 David Cronenberg film, Rabid. In the opposite corner, we have the Glenn Danzig opus, Verotika. Is one a better film than the other? Will the cult classic crush the newcomer or will the Master Misfit cut new horror film ground based on his comic book kingdom?
If you’re like me, your interest in anything Danzig related was piqued the moment it was announced he was working on a movie. Unfortunately, the promise faded with ever passing time…
“Pray it doesn’t happen to you.”
From December 14th-15th, Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger, will be appearing in person at The Horror Sideshow Market in Rahway, New Jersey. Join Troma for two fanTOXIC days of horror brought to you by Ryan Scott Weber and NJ Horror Con!
“Come out this winter and get toxic!”
Surprise, tape-fiends! Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment are happy to be announcing Portals on VHS. From the directors of The Blair Witch Project, V/H/S/2, and Beyond Skyline comes this sci-fi/horror anthology.
“We’ve been warned that these things are dangerous…”
Justin Long and Donald Faison lead the unique modern-day parable that follows Frank, an opportunistic insurance lawyer, who thinks he’s in for the time of his life when he goes out on the town to celebrate an upcoming promotion with his co-worker, Jeff. But their night takes a turn for the bizarre when Frank is dosed with a hallucinogen that completely alters his perception of the world, taking him on a psychedelic quest through board meetings, nightclubs, shootouts, and alternate dimensions.
“Have you ever woken up from a dream so real that for a moment you can’t remember where you are?”
Werewolves (or volunteer writers)… Attack from Planet B are looking to achieve world domination in 2020 and we are hoping you can help us. Established in 2010, we have indulged ourselves in cult cinema over the past decade; delving into the darkest cesspool of imagination.
“From gigantic mutated monsters destroying downtown Tokyo to drunken kung-fu masters.”
The Super7 x Transformers collaboration expands as the Autobots and Decepticons join the world of 3.75-inch ReAction Figures with the debut Wave 1 assortment.
“Robots in disguise!”
Robocop meets Office Space in Garo Setian’s sci-fi feature debut! 🤖 A workplace robot, AUTO, transforms into a killing machine when he discovers he will be replaced by a more efficient model.
Garo Setian directed, produced, and edited Automation, and co-wrote alongside Rolfe Kanefsky and Matthew L. Schaffer. The film stars Elissa Dowling, Parry Shen, genre multi-hyphenate Graham Skipper, Sarah French and scream queen Sadie Katz as office employees thrust into peril by a spiteful robot.