The Rage 2 is the sequel to the 2017 multi-award winning short horror film The Rage; written, directed and produced by Joshua Cleave. A chemical scientist and a small team of soldiers have been sent to investigate the bio lab where a deadly virus was accidentally released.
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment have teamed up to set modern monsters loose in a nostalgic format. Each release serves as both a limited edition collectible and a fully-functional VHS tape.
“Return to his swamp.”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to announce the release of Get Out original motion picture soundtrack music composed by Michael Abels. Written and directed by accomplished actor and long time horror-fanatic Jordan Peele, Get Out is a critically acclaimed 2017 American horror film starring Daniel Kaluuya.
“Now you’re in the sunken place.”
To celebrate the UK DVD release of I Kill Giants, Academy Award-winning director Anders Walter discusses five of his biggest movie inspirations and the power of film to transport us back to childhood.
“Every year I maybe see ten fantastic movies, but they don’t stay with me the same as when I was young. They might become classics in their own way. But people’s favourite films, I think, always have to do with when you are most open to the world in general. And obviously that is when you are young.”
Created by writer Joe Kelly and artist J.M. Ken Niimura, I Kill Giants was first launched as a limited comic book series from Image Comics in 2008, and compiled into a graphic novel in 2009. Now a full-length feature film from director Anders Walter, I Kill Giants tells the story of pubescent girl Barbara Thorson who spends much of her time focused on the task of luring, trapping and killing the giants that she believes threaten her small coastal town. I Kill Giants does offer a family, fantasy adventure that is brave enough to deal with some distinctly adult themes.
“I find giants, I hunt giants. I kill giants.”
Dude Bro Party Massacre III is a fantastic love letter to the absurd slasher craze of the 1980s that will leave you dying with laughter, or barfing possibly uncontrollably. Cavity Colors bring the beer, blood, and body count with their Dude Bro Party Massacre III apparel and woven patches. Can your stomach handle it?
“Don’t let a bro miss out!”
In 1818 Mary Shelley produced one of the most influential texts in literature: Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. Her novel attracted a huge degree of critical attention and gained increasing cultural importance, so much so that the circumstances of its composition has achieved a kind of mythic status. One might expect that the film would indicate how Mary was shaped by the many losses, difficulties, and disappointments of her life, but instead filmmaker Haifaa Al-Mansour tends to revel in the love story, the costumes and the poetic flights.
“Her greatest love inspired her darkest creation.”
Beware the moon as Fright-Rags unleashes its An American Werewolf in London and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre apparel?
Fright-Rags also commemorates seminal horror host Joe Bob Briggs long-awaited return with a t-shirt design for The Last Drive-In, a 24-hour horror movie marathon streaming on Shudder.
“On the moors, we were attacked by a lycanthrope, a werewolf. I was murdered, an unnatural death, and now I walk the earth in limbo until the werewolf’s curse is lifted.”
Belgian filmmakers Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani trade in the crushed velvet and creeping shadows of their giallo-worshiping first two films for blistering sun, creaking leather and raining bullets in this glorious homage to 1970s Italian crime films.
Based on a classic pulp novel written by Jean-Patrick Manchette and Jean-Pierre Bastid; and featuring music by Ennio Morricone, Let the Corpses Tan is a deliriously stylish, cinematic fever dream that will slamfire your senses like buckshot to the brain.
“Now, we have to kill ’em all!”
Howdy Folks! You like blood? Violence? Freaks of nature? Well then, come on down to Fright-Rags’ Museum of Monsters and Mad-Men, and witness an exclusive collection of House of 1000 Corpses, The Cabin in the Woods and Mani-Yack merchandise.
“Boy, I bet you’d stick your head in fire if I told ya you could see Hell. Meanwhile, you’re too stupid to realize you got a demon stickin’ out your ass singing, ‘Holy Miss Moley, got me a live one!'”
There isn’t much I haven’t already seen when it comes to horror films. I’ve been watching them ever since I was old enough to get away with it, or even before (on one occasion I got in to see The Exorcist while underage because I was accompanied by a priest!). I’ve seen all the regular horror tropes play out in scores of films, with varying degrees of success.
Although the overriding premise of Ari Aster’s first feature, Hereditary, isn’t a particularly original one, the unfolding and execution of that premise is exceptional.
“Every family tree hides a secret.”
Horror clothing company Terror Threads continues to produce apparel from genre films new and old. Its latest collections include recent indie horror hit Terrifier, John Carpenter’s seminal slasher Halloween, and a celebration of scream queen Danielle Harris.