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!
Following the success of the ‘ABC TV Nights In’, Network are terrifically delighted to present something very special for Halloween: Kim Newman’s Nightmare Night In.
“An evening of unease… No tricks… Just treats!”
Red Headed Revolution in association with Shackle Island Studios and Dunn & Dunn Productions are kicking off the Halloween season with a new horror anthology film hosted by Dr. Gangrene: Tales from Parts Unknown!
Tales from Parts Unknown is a feature-length anthology film presenting four tales of terror directed by Cameron McCasland, and hosted by Larry Underwood as Dr. Gangrene. The pair share the writing credits on the screenplay, with the title of the film derived from Underwoods’ book Tales from Parts Unknown from which one of the stories originated.
“Strange things happen all around these parts!”
Previously released by Scream Team Releasing on DVD, 10/31: A Halloween Horror Anthology finally makes its long-awaited digital premiere at the Kings of Horror Youtube Channel, through Terror Films. The plot has been described by the filmmakers as “a Halloween treat bag full of all the things that go bump in the night with something for everyone.” With segments that feature killers, tricksters, scarecrows and witches, the majority of horror fans will find something entertaining within this release. 10/31: A Halloween Horror Anthology was developed by some of indie horror’s best and brightest.
“Six tales of terror!”
Shudder has announced that it has acquired all rights in its territories to horror comedy Scare Package, from creators Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns. The anthology film, which delighted audiences at numerous festivals, features seven gleefully ghoulish tales from a range of horror subgenres. In Scare Package, Chad, the owner of Rad Chad’s Horror Emporium, recounts a series of bone-chilling, blood-splattered tales to illustrate the rules of the horror genre to his newest employee. Each story takes aim at different tropes, paying homage to and subverting the timeless clichés of the beloved genre.
“Seven directors. Seven tales of terror. Zero working cell phones.”
For the past 46 years, Troma has been able to keep up the fight for reel independence solely thanks to our very energetic fans. To show how deeply the Troma Team appreciate all your love and support, especially during such a serious worldwide crisis, we have decided to help combat coronavirus by giving a little back to the fans!
“Give art back to the people!”
Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner we have the classic 1977 David Cronenberg film, Rabid. In the opposite corner, we have the Glenn Danzig opus, Verotika. Is one a better film than the other? Will the cult classic crush the newcomer or will the Master Misfit cut new horror film ground based on his comic book kingdom?
If you’re like me, your interest in anything Danzig related was piqued the moment it was announced he was working on a movie. Unfortunately, the promise faded with ever passing time…
“Pray it doesn’t happen to you.”
The 12 Slays of Christmas, the holiday horror anthology from 12 of the most talented minds of indie horror filmmaking, to spread holiday cheer and fear for Troma Tuesdays’ Holidays and Havoc at 9 PM on December 17th at Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn!
“On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me: one hatchet, one bullet, and a body bag!”
Surprise, tape-fiends! Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment are happy to be announcing Portals on VHS. From the directors of The Blair Witch Project, V/H/S/2, and Beyond Skyline comes this sci-fi/horror anthology.
“We’ve been warned that these things are dangerous…”
With Halloween behind us, the holidays are right around the corner. You better watch out, because Fright-Rags is coming to town with Krampus and Creepshow merchandise.
“Will you survive this Christmas?”
Volumes of Blood is a horror anthology movie featuring five short films, each helmed by a different director. The overarching story focuses on a college study group in a public library trying to create a new urban legend as part of a class project. As in just about every anthology, some of the stories were better than others, owing to variances in acting, cinematography, and screenplay. Yes, it’s a low-budget film, but that’s not where it falls short: what failed the movie was the writing.
Nevertheless, it’s an entertaining film, one worth your time.
“Some libraries make a killing!”
Imagine you’ve received a mysterious summons to a grand old mansion, along with a check for several thousand dollars. Most of us would probably think it was a scam, despite the money, but you’d be terribly curious, of course. It’s certainly a step up from the ‘Nigerian Prince’ scam. Maybe you’d even go out to this grand old mansion, just to see what it’s all about. That’s what Gabby does in The Offer, and she arrives to discover that six other guests like her have already arrived. It’s an intriguing opener to what could be an innovative series.