Terror Vision are beyond thrilled to bring you for the first time on vinyl and cassette, the score to THINGS from 1989! The layout and tracklisting for this “Canuxploitation” gem was put together by writer/actor Barry J. Gillis. This is a super LTD release and is part of Terror Vision’s VHS Horror Favorites Series.
Celebrate Halloween with big screams on the biggest screen! Forbidden Worlds Film Festival returns with a three-day horror-themed film festival at the former Bristol IMAX, screening a selection of celebrated cult classics (28-30 October) whose VHS covers intrigued and terrified those browsing the aisles of their local video rental shop.
“We’ve programmed some absolute classics that aren’t often seen on the big screen.”
The 101 Films x AGFA (American Genre Film Archive) collection is back with a vengeance with a mindbending slice of sci-fi sexploitation from Argentina, and a beloved piece of kung fu DIY moviemaking from Columbus, Ohio’s William Lee.
“The most curious picture of them all…”
Get ready to clean your heads and jump in the rewinder: it’s time for Drive-In VHS FEST 666, cueing up a stack of scorchingly sinister slabs of malevolent mayhem for your drive-in damnation!
“It’s a 2-day rental not to be missed!”
The Evil Dead has a cozy shirt (and cabin) with your name on it… The 1982 horror classic that created its own sub-genre of supernatural splatter film is here in full force on a brand new Creepy Limited offering.
“Why have you disturbed our sleep; awakened us from our ancient slumber?”
When we tend to talk about women in horror, it’s very easy to conjure up the age-old trope and imagery of the female slasher victim, because of their promiscuity and body positivity. Female antagonists however have been more than just the gory, tantalising titillation aimed at bringing hordes of men to the cinema.
“It has nothing to do with Satan, Mama. It’s me.”
Gutter Garbs have released three brand new designs by Samhain 1992 and Mister Black on short sleeve tees (plus a limited variant), a long sleeve tee, baseball tees, and a poster print in tribute to the demented marauding zombies in Lucio Fulci’s The House by the Cemetery.
“Read the fine print. You may have just mortgaged your life!”
Freddy’s Nightmares has joined Screambox’s growing library of streaming horror content. This marks the streaming debut of A Nightmare on Elm Street’s anthology TV series, which has never been released on Blu-ray or DVD in its entirety.
“Don’t let him catch you sleeping!”
In close partnership with the film’s composers Martin Cooper and David Hughes, Waxwork Records located the original 1984 master tapes, restored them, and mixed and mastered the complete film music to create the definitive and official C.H.U.D. soundtrack album release.
“Cannibalistic. Humanoid. Underground. Dwellers.”
Adam Bomb is back to blow your mind once again! This Garbage Pail Kids 3.75” articulated Super7 ReAction figure of Adam Bomb dons a blue jacket – just like on the original GPK trading card – over his glow-in-the-dark body / mushroom cloud, and includes a detonator button accessory.
“Accidently detonated in South Bronx, N.Y. No one noticed.”
Ken, a gang leader dreaming of a quiet life with his girlfriend Noriko, and Jin, Ken’s maverick successor, who isn’t about to let yakuza kingpins tell him what to do or whom to kill. Jin’s violent individualism in a world where even outlaws follow the bosses’ orders references the doomed anti-establishment heroes of Kinji Fukasaku, but Crazy Thunder Road points toward a new style of genre filmmaking-fast-paced, quick-witted and brilliantly stylized.
“Will you go on riding or not?”
Considered to be the first found footage movie, Dean Alioto’s The McPherson Tape (1989) wasn’t legitimately released at the time due to a warehouse fire, while Jungle Trap (1990) and Run Coyote Run (1987) are two lost horror projects from director James Bryan and producer-writer-star Renee Harmon.