On 22 April (UK), and 23 April (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to present two more 4K restorations in its critically acclaimed series of films by legendary European horror auteur Jean Rollin.
On 25 March (UK) and 26 March (USA/Canada), Indicator is excited to release their latest excursions into the exciting world of Mexico’s lucha libre cinema, with three classics of the genre from director René Cardona and producer Guillermo Calderón.
“I’m sure you’ll have no problem tearing those wrestlers apart.”
Cult horror masterpiece, The Wicker Man, arrives in a SteelBook in 4K Ultra HD (+ Blu-ray + Digital) on 17th October from Lionsgate. Directed by Robin Hardy, the film follows Police Sergeant Howie, as he investigates Lord Summerisle and his secretive pagan society.
“Come. It is time to keep your appointment with The Wicker Man.”
Celebrating John Carpenter’s immortal classic, Cavitycolors are excited to bring you a brand new officially licensed Halloween (1978) pullover hoodie designed by Dismay Design, alongside a new tee and long sleeve with sleeve prints!
“The trick is to stay alive.”PRESS PLAY ►
Printed in Blood is proud to present the collector’s edition I Spit On Your Grave Scriptbook, featuring 144 pages of art, essays, and ephemera honoring 45 years of the iconic film.
“This woman has just cut, chopped, broken, and burned four men beyond recognition… but no jury in America would ever convict her!”
Lucio Fulci’s Zombie has maintained status as a cult favorite in the horror world for over forty years, and the score by Fabio Frizzi undoubtedly holds top-tier status as one of the most iconic and influential horror film soundtracks of all time.
“…the dead are among us!”
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…”
Something has been disturbed, something that’s out for blood but no-one realises just how dangerous it is: there are worse things in the sea than sharks…
“Each year 10,000 tourists visit Ocean Beach. This summer Ocean Beach has attracted SOMETHING ELSE!”
When former child actor and Hollywood TV sidekick Bruce Lee returned to his native Hong Kong in 1971 to star in two films for fledgling company Golden Harvest, movie history was made thanks to one of the most iconic partnerships between star and studio that cinema has ever seen.
“Unstoppable! Unbelievable! Unbeatable!”
Be the envy of every kid in Haddonfield! Survive your next scary movie night in a Creepy Co. fan-favorite, officially licensed, ultra-luxe blanket.
“But you can’t kill the boogeyman!”
The 101 Films x AGFA collection returns with The Sword and the Claw (1975), a psychotronic masterpiece of 70s Turkish cinema, and The AGFA Horror Trailer Show, a senses-shattering trailer compilation unleashed from the American Genre Film Archive dungeons.