American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) and Something Weird are delighted to announce that The Defilers + A Smell of Honey, A Swallow of Brine is now available to pre-order!
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 Carnival of Souls.
“A story so unusual it will burn itself into your mind.”
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!”
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…”
Cavitycolors’ officially licensed Planet of the Apes (1968) collection includes three brand new exclusive designs by Jeremy Townsend, Brandon Stecz, and Abrar Ajmal.
“Somewhere in the universe, there must be something better than man.”
On 21 August (UK), and 22 August (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to present two more 4K restorations in its ongoing series of films by European horror auteur Jean Rollin, including his controversial first feature, and a lesser-known gem.
“Disguise those corpses, destroy their clothes, and make sure that they remain dead forever. Don’t forget, they are vampires.”
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!
“He slaked his thirst with the blood of innocent young virgins.”
Get melted with Mars Attacks officially licensed collection from Cavitycolors; including out-of-this-world “Martian Home Video” tees designed by Yannick Bouchard!
On 29 May (UK) and 30 May (USA/Canada), Indicator is thrilled to announce Mexico Macabre: Four Sinister Tales from the Alameda Films Vault, 1959–1963.
“The most fiendish idea ever conceived by the human brain.”
Continuing their mission to shine a light on obscure and rare cinema long lost to wide audiences, Radiance Films has announced the Blu-ray debut of Jean-Denis Bonan’s A Woman Kills, including newly-produced and archival bonus features for fans to devour.
“October, ’65. She is caught next to the mutilated corpse of a prostitute… January, ’66. Hélène Picard is sentenced to death.”
Spain’s first major horror film production, The House that Screamed is a stylish gothic tale of tortured passions and bloody murder that bridges the bloody gap between Psycho and Suspiria.
“One by one they will die! Only the killer knows why…and how…and who is next!”
Waxwork Records is honored to present The Sword of Doom Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Masaru Sato! Directed by Kihachi Okamoto, The Sword of Doom is a 1966 Japanese samurai movie that tells the bloody and brutal tale of revenge and redemption.