Proud movie theater owner George Fuller is gearing up for a retrospective featuring fictional action star Claude Luc Hallyday. But when his beloved cinema suddenly comes under attack by hatchet-wielding ninjas, the two men take the action off the screen and into the theater.
Featuring music available for the very first time on any format, Ship to Shore PhonoCo. is proud to present The Toxic Avenger Double Bill!
“The first superhero from New Jersey is back!”
Following last month’s nationwide theatrical engagement, Screambox Original Shaky Shivers is streaming now. Beware or be were for a night of werewolves, zombies, and ice cream now on Screambox.
“Best friends ’till death!”
Terror Vision is thrilled to unveil the debut release of Charles Bernstein’s 1995 score for Rumpelstiltskin, now available on LP and cassette formats. Bernstein’s long sought-after, synth-driven masterpiece seamlessly complements the eerie, suspenseful ambiance of this beloved video rental store classic.
“When the fairy tale ends, the nightmare begins.”
Waxwork Records and Rob Zombie have partnered to release an exclusive, curated line of never-before-released classic horror movie soundtracks – personally selected by the singer, songwriter, and filmmaker – and are thrilled to announce their next soundtrack: Rob Zombie Presents Spider Baby.
“This cannibal orgy is strange to behold… in the maddest story ever told!”
Cavitycolors’ Ladies of the Living Dead collection features two new officially licensed tees designed by Yannick Bouchard, paying homage to our favorite on-screen ladies who know a thing or two about the hunger! Trash from The Return of the Living Dead, and of course Julie from Return of the Living Dead III!
“Do you ever wonder…about all the different ways of dying?”
Boutique label Treasured Films follows up its inaugural release of The Last Hunter with something a little different; Jeff Lieberman’s satirical seasonal shocker Satan’s Little Helper (2004).
“Your house is next.”
Widely regarded as a cinematic icon of the horror genre, Vincent Price’s first foray into the world of the macabre was working alongside Boris Karloff in 1939’s Tower of London for Universal Pictures. However, it was 1953’s House of Wax that would elevate Price into the pantheon of horror stardom.
“One raise of his eyebrow and you knew you were about to be thrilled by a debonair, evil, yet sympathetic villain…”
American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) are excited beyond words to announce that Terminal Degeneration: The Films of Jon Moritsugu is now available to pre-order!
“Who invented punk?”
A cathartic girls trip to the desert turns deadly when they run into some demon-worshipping incels on the hunt for a human sacrifice.
“What the fuck is scream therapy?”PRESS PLAY ►
Directed by veteran grindhouse and adult film producer Gerald Cormier, and seldom-seen beyond the shelves of small-town video shops, the bizarro monster-comedy Franky and His Pals is finally being resurrected on DVD by Severin/Intervision!
“They waited 100 years to be free. So look out world! You’ll see what trouble can be!”
American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) and Something Weird are feverishly excited to announce that Dracula (The Dirty Old Man) – the movie that Bram Stoker’s estate doesn’t want you to see – is now available to pre-order!