Rob Zombie and Local Boogeyman share another design of cadaverous cavorting inside the Spookshow International: How to make a monster baby, how to get it on! Go go zombie, go go!
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment are excited to include both Terrifier and Book of Monsters in the BrokeHorrorFan.com Presents lineup of horror movies on VHS this Friday at 12pm EST.
“Dead. Dead, all dead. He’s killing them one by one by one…”
Slasher Pack IX: Monsters includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Frankenstein; available for pre-order now!
Waxwork Records is proud to present the deluxe double LP release of Kong: Skull Island original motion picture score. Kong: Skull Island is an action packed 2017 American monster film that rebooted the King Kong franchise, and was nominated for ‘Best Visual Effects’ at the 90th Academy Awards.
“We are dealing with a monster from a bygone era.”
Two Japanese inspired sci-fi tees from Gojira are available for pre-order now – for 24 hours only!
“If we continue conducting nuclear tests, it’s possible that another Gojira might appear somewhere in the world again.”
“We need an exterminator, one that would drive away King Ghidorah.” Comet TV and Attack from Planet B want everyone to enjoy their summer, catch some rays and protect themselves from an atomic-breathing beast, by giving one randomly chosen person the firepower to win Monster Summer merchandise. “Are you serious?”
Competition ends Friday, June 15th 2018
Last year Waxwork Comics released their debut comic book series, House of Waxwork; a rousing horror-anthology series packed with macabre tales of ghouls, ghosts, witchcraft, the occult, the living dead, and revenge! Now Waxwork Comics has released the highly anticipated second issue…
“Don’t feed these books and records after midnight.”
Gaining accolades at film festivals around the world, The Shape of Water, Guillermo Del Toro’s latest feature, is part tribute, part pastiche, of the post-war monster movie. In his recent talk at the London Film Festival, Mr. del Toro affirmed: “Monsters are evangelical creatures for me. When I was a kid, monsters made me feel that I could fit somewhere, even if it was…an imaginary place where the grotesque and the abnormal were celebrated and accepted.”
“Unable to perceive the shape of you, I find you all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with your love. It humbles my heart, for you are everywhere.”
Attention boils and ghouls… Local Boogeyman is back with limited edition, vintage washed ‘Boogeyman’ ✨ tees. And for the ladies? A small batch of ‘Monsters Monsters Monsters’ crops are also available.
“Monsters Monsters Monsters”
Once I heard the news that the new Japanese Godzilla film was going to be playing in my city, I was overjoyed. Ever since I was a child, I have always loved Godzilla. I went into Shin Godzilla very excited to see how my favorite giant monster was going to be reimagined.
Shin Godzilla (also Godzilla Resurgence) is the latest installment and 31st film in the Godzilla franchise. Produced by Toho, this film is a reboot in which Godzilla’s origin story is retold in modern Japan. The film was written and directed by Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi.
“A god incarnate. A city doomed.”
A Tale of Two Sisters (2003): From its eerie opening credits – indistinct ripples ebbing over green wallpaper – to the plot twists and revelations at its climax, ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’ is worthy of admission to the ranks of the best psychological horrors with greats such as ‘The Innocents’ or ‘The Others’.
“Do you know what’s really scary? You want to forget something. Totally wipe it off your mind. But you never can. It can’t go away, you see. And it follows you around like a ghost.”
In a picturesque Sicilian fishing village all is peaceful and serene. Fishermen are out on the boats bringing in the catch of the day. However, they catch more than they bargain for when a secret US spaceship crash-lands just off shore after meteorite struck. Did anybody or anything survive the crash if so what havoc would be unleashed on humanity?
In this ground-breaking film with special-effects by the great Ray Harryhausen, we see inept scientist and military officials run around Italy after something that is perfectly harmless unless provoked.