Shameless Screen Entertainment is proud to present Lucio ‘The Godfather of Gore’ Fulci’s The Psychic (aka Murder to the Tune of the Seven Black Notes) like never seen before, extensively restored from new 2K-scanned materials. Jennifer O’Neill, fresh from Luchino Visconti’s The Innocent, plays Virginia, a woman who has had psychic powers since childhood when she sensed her mother’s suicide…
Grady Hendrix and Chris Poggiali, along with publisher Mondo Books, will be releasing These Fists Break Bricks, 19th September. The New York Times bestselling author, Grady Hendrix, is widely known for his Bram Stoker Award-winning Paperbacks from Hell, a history of the horror paperback boom of the Seventies and Eighties, and now, with film historian Chris Poggiali, they tell the story of how kung fu movies came to America.
“May this book’s history and the culture it revisits inspire future generations to come.”
If you are looking for a subgenre of horror that emphasized graphic violence and shock value above all else, look no further than the Italian cannibal movies of the 1970s and 1980s.
“Better to rest in peace in the warm body of a friend than in the cold ground.”
Shudder has announced its June 2021 lineup of macabre cinema, including new Shudder original and exclusive films like George A. Romero’s “lost” film, The Amusement Park, Damien Mc Carthy’s Caveat, Arseniy Sukhin’s Superdeep, Terence Krey’s An Unquiet Grave, and Cody Calahan’s Vicious Fun.
“See you in the park, someday.”
The Super7 x Punk Rock collaboration continues with 3.75″ ReAction Figures inspired by The Misfits discography: This one commemorating the clear purple vinyl pressing of the 1978 Static Age! The collaboration between Super7 and Rancid also continues with a glow-in-the-dark Skeletim 3.75″ ReAction Figure. Destination unknown!
“Oh, sweet death, one last caress.”
Fright-Rags is honoring the halfway to Halloween mark with exclusive toys based on John Carpenter’s 1978 horror classic, and new Hannibal apparel.
“Everyone is entitled to one good scare.”
LA-based gothic-style clothing house La Femme en Noir, headed by designers and co-founders Lynh Haaga and Micheline Pitt, is thrilled to celebrate one of the most beloved franchises in movie history with a line-up of officially licensed Alien-inspired clothing and accessories.
“Like many girls who grew up watching Alien, we idolized Ripley, she was this powerhouse female character who broke the mold of who and what woman could be in film.”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the debut release of Alice, Sweet Alice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Stephen Lawrence. Alice, Sweet Alice is a 1976 American Slasher-Horror film directed by Alfred Sole and starring Brooke Shields in her film debut.
“A story of unnatural love… and unnatural death.”
Mark L. Lester’s Truck Stop Women is an exploitation feature that treats sex, violence, and sensationalism with love and affection. And Steel Arena is an interesting look at small-town America, where people will risk their lives for entertainment.
“Double-clutchin’… gear-jammin’ mamas who like a lot of hi-jackin’ by day… a lot of heavy truckin’ by night!”
On 29th March, ’70s espionage thriller The Black Windmill (1974) arrives on Blu-ray from 101 Films for the first time in the UK. Directed by legendary filmmaker Don Siegel, the film stars Michael Caine as a British secret agent targeted for death by friend and foe alike. Underrated and under-seen, this riveting suspense thriller features a superb cast and an outstanding score from Roy Budd.
“Seven days to a killing… the ultimate exercise in controlled terror.”
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…”
Rising from the waves off the Tokyo coast is pop culture’s preeminent prehistoric powerhouse himself, the gargantuan Godzilla. In tribute to seven decades of reptilian wrath, artists Hector Arce, Mikey Bonanno and Tufan Sezer have tiki-fied cinema’s most iconic lizard for the first time ever.