The officially licensed Super7 x Megadeth 3.75″ ReAction Figure has arrived… but who’s buying? Vic Rattlehead comes with briefcase accessory on a cardback featuring new artwork by Ed Repka.
Fire up your VCR and join Lunchmeat VHS for four VHS-fueled, fun-filled days and nights celebrating the glory of VHS with screenings, special appearances and analog-driven events sure to soak you with nostalgia!
“Rewind your mind!”
In the latest installment of the Heads! mystery, private detective Steve Datsun and his partner Blake Higgins track down ‘Vortex Face’, a doom metal band whose performances end in death and destruction. They’ve kidnapped a young musician and their sinister underground tour appears to be linked to the ‘Heads!’ gang – a group of girls wearing oversized animal heads pulling off heists across London.
“But who are those girls…with those HEADS!”
Using their backgrounds in punk and skate ‘zines, design, and production, Super7 have a collaborated on 3.75″ ReAction Figures louder than everything else, with rock and roll legends Motörhead, and punk icons The Misfits!
“Motörhead, remember me now Motörhead, alright!”
The official Super7 collaboration with heavy metal legends Slayer continues! This special version of the Show No Mercy 3.75-inch ReAction Figure was inspired by Track 6 of the band’s 1983 debut album.
“Cursed… Black Magic Night…”
The official Super7 x Slayer 3.75-inch ReAction Figure immortalizing the demonic Minotaur from the cover of the band’s 1983 debut album Show No Mercy is now available; cape and sword accessories included!
“You think you can destroy me? You’d better think again.”
In the second outing of the Heads! universe, private detective Steve Datsun becomes embroiled in the mysterious and seedy underworld surrounding a metal band who have kidnapped a young man. Has their victim already become a corpse, or is he being brainwashed to join the band and help them carry out their murderous plot?
“And who are those girls…with those HEADS!”
Astro-Creep: 2000 was the final studio album released by White Zombie in 1995. Fast-forward to Astro-Creep: 2000 Live. Rob Zombie has returned to his songs of love, destruction and other synthetic delusions of the electric head, 21 years later – performing the album in its entirety at Riot Fest.
“Look, I know the supernatural is something that isn’t supposed to happen, but it does happen…”
No one can dispute that Tibor Takács’ 1987 Canadian horror film The Gate is a cult – kid-friendly – horror classic. Growing up during the late 1980s and 90s, a fair amount of my spare time was spent watching the countless movies my parents had recorded off cable TV onto long play VHS tapes. We had stacks of them – mostly horror – which I would work my way through each one every weekend; discovering what would become all-time favourites, such as The Evil Dead. It was through these tapes that I discovered The Gate.
“They have opened the gate. Pray it’s not too late.”
Published throughout 2017 in Popcorn Horror magazine, Rock In Purgatory is a horror comedy comic strip, created, written and illustrated by Rik Jackson, which showcases the outrageous deaths of hapless rockstars. Rik Jackson has now launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, allowing fans to get their hooves on a collected print edition of Rock In Purgatory.
“It was just a case of making sure that the fans would now remember this moment as well.”
If you don’t know who Dance With the Dead are, I suggest you wake yourself up now. The musical duo from Orange County, California have been raising the dead since 2013, with the release of their debut album, Out of Body. Since then their unique blend of dark synthwave and thrash metal has been tearing up dance floors/graveyards worldwide.