Fright-Rags has teamed with EMCE Toys to create limited edition Night of the Living Dead merchandise, which is up for pre-order for five days only. Fright-Rags has also added officially licensed Bride of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man and Creepshow second season tees to their collections!
Based on the controversial 1962 trading card series, the Super7 Mars Attacks ReAction Figures hearken back to the story considered so shocking it got the cards pulled from the shelves!
“The invasion begins!”
Cinephiles rejoice! Super7 has four new special edition glow-in-the-dark ReAction Figures straight from the silver screen, on cardbacks that pay tribute to the iconic Remco monster packaging from the 1980s!
“Suspense and shock beyond anything you have seen or imagined!”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Godzilla: The Showa Era Soundtracks, 1954-1975. Collected for the very first time are all fifteen Godzilla film soundtracks from Japan’s Showa era in a prestigious box set showcasing the groundbreaking music from the iconic giant monster films.
“Godzilla attacks New York! Rodan devastates Moscow! Manda obliterates London! and Mothra smashes Peking! Is this the war-cry that will save the world…”
Arrow Video is excited to announce the December lineup of their subscription-based Arrow platform, available now in the US and Canada. Arrow boasts a selection of cult classics, hidden gems and iconic horror films, all curated by the Arrow Video team.
“Only time could change the cruelty of tradition… Only their love could survive it…”
Friends, Britons and fellow James Bond fans, lend me your eyes – I come to praise Sean Connery, not to bury him. One of the last few movie stars left over from the dying days of the studio system, and arguably the most famous British actor of his, or any, generation, Connery embodied the old Hollywood male lead aesthetic better than most of his contemporaries.
“I must be dreaming.”
Ghoulies and ghosties and long-legged beasties, and things that go bump in the night. It’s hobgoblins and treats galore. Join Local Boogeyman as he awaits the arrival of the legendary Great Pumpkin who is bringing t-shirts for good little boys and girls.
“Don’t tell us you’re too old to believe in Great Pumpkins.”
Halloween is drawing near, but don’t worry! Fright-Rags has you covered with new apparel from Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Hammer, and The Houses October Built.
Shout! Factory TV proudly presents a marathon of Star Trek documentaries in celebration of Star Trek Day on the 8th September, the anniversary of the original series’ 1966 broadcast debut.
“Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its 5-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.”
She’s so authoritative. So confident! The more you work with Batgirl, the more amazing she seems. How does she do it? Local Boogeyman disintegrated perfectly, but never reappeared. Where’s he gone? Into space… a stream of atoms… It’d be funny if life weren’t so sacred.
Set in both stunning and imposing locations with tenacious female leads, Jack Clayton’s The Innocents (1961) and Herk Harvey’s Carnival of Souls (1962) offer an intimate and highly psychological examination of the female mind whilst ruminating heavily and hauntingly on the age-old themes of sex and death.
“A story so unusual it will burn itself into your mind.”
On 18 May, Indicator shines a spotlight on four uncompromising, under-the-radar gems of American cinema from the sixties, seventies and eighties. First, Joseph L Anderson’s exquisite feature-film debut Spring Night, Summer Night (1967). Next, Indicator present two counter-cultural offerings: Melvin Van Peebles’ Watermelon Man (1970) and; Bill L Norton’s Cisco Pike (1972). Concluding the round-up of May’s new releases, Indicator present the UK Blu-ray premiere of Paul Mazursky’s Moscow on the Hudson (1984).