Siôn Griffiths’ Humanoids from Outer Space – an homage to the atomic age of cinema – continues with Chapter 4: The Chief that Fell to Earth and Chapter 5: The Day Wales Stood Still.
Liverpool Horror Club (LHC) and Two-Headed Snake Entertainment presented their second The Dead of Night Film Festival – this time in Liverpool – and like all LHC events there was a great club atmosphere where everyone is friendly, and you can chat to the people involved in the festival and the films.
“Liverpool’s only horror film festival!”
Masks, dressing up and spooky Halloween tunes. When you think of Halloween your mind turns to, what will I wear? I need to look good for trick or treat. This was before you watched Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Tommy Lee Wallace creates a nail biting movie which plays on all the main things that make Halloween and trick and treating fun. He turns it on its head, pardon the pun and terrifies the life out of anyone choosing to wear a mask and watch TV during the Halloween season. This classic horror uses three different types of mask; a pumpkin, a ghost and a witch.
“The night no one comes home.”
“Blood is life!” To usher in the spooky happenings of Halloween 🎃 Comet TV, Charge! and Attack from Planet B are giving you the chance to win Nosferatu, Babylon 5 and CHiPs merchandise. Of course, it will cost you some effort… a little sweat and… perhaps… a little blood.
Competition ends Sunday, November 4th 2018
Fright-Rags continues its Month of Myers with new and classic apparel from John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) and its first five sequels: Halloween II, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.
“Six times the terror… Six times the fear… Six times the thrills…”
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.
“Forgiveness is divine, but never pay full price for late pizza.”
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?”
In 1968, George A. Romero established the modern zombie film with his raw and terrifying debut the Night of the Living Dead, one of the most well-regarded and influential horror movies of all time. Now, 50 years after it all began, there’s a new entry into the undying franchise: Day the Dead: Bloodline
“They won’t stay dead!”
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.”
Garageland have announced their limited edition Famous Monsters print series; including Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and The Invisible Man – screen printed on 18” x 24” speckletone cream/kraft paper. Each print run (limited to 75 each) is signed and numbered by the designer, Lou Xray.