Directed by Daphné Baiwir, Stephen King on Screen examines not the literary work of Stephen King, one of the best-selling authors of the last century, but instead focuses on the extensive, never-dwindling big and small screen adaptations of his novels, novellas, and short scares!
Waxwork Records is thrilled to release The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Original Game Soundtrack by Ross Tregenza, and Remains Additional Game Music from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre by Wes Keltner and Jim Bonney!
“A game based on true events.”
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?”
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 first soundtrack: Rob Zombie Presents White Zombie.
“She was not alive…nor dead! Just a White Zombie performing his every desire!”
Based on the novel by legendary frightmaster Stephen King, The Mist – one of the most tense and terrifying films since The Shining – arrives in a SteelBook in 4K Ultra HD (+ Blu-ray + Digital), plus a Best Buy exclusive release, on 3rd October from Lionsgate.
“Fear changes everything.”PRESS PLAY ►
On 20 November (UK), and 21 November (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to showcase the terrifying talents of Newcastle’s Norman Carter Slaughter (aka Tod Slaughter) – the first true icon of British horror cinema – in a long-overdue box set.
“The Horror Man of Europe!”
Cavitycolors expands their officially licensed Universal Monsters collection with the addition of two shocking new designs celebrating Frankenstein!
Good Boy is a chilling and twisted feature from up-and-coming Norwegian filmmakers, director Viljar Bøe and producer Karl Oskar Åsli.
“Simply put, he’s a dog.”
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.”
On 23 October (UK), and 24 October (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to present two more 4K restorations in its acclaimed series of films by European horror auteur Jean Rollin, both of which are amongst his best-loved works.
“If you don’t really exist, then I know that I’m mad.”
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…”
Dread’s Satanic Hispanics, the first all-Latino horror anthology from five indie-horror filmmakers, all hailing from a different corner of Latin America, kicks off the start of Hispanic Heritage Month releasing in North American theaters 14 September.