The Super7 x Punk Rock collaboration continues with 3.75″ ReAction Figures inspired by The Misfits discography: This one commemorating the clear purple vinyl pressing of the 1978 Static Age! The collaboration between Super7 and Rancid also continues with a glow-in-the-dark Skeletim 3.75″ ReAction Figure. Destination unknown!
The Journey to the end of the East Bay continues with Super7 x Punk Rock greats Rancid! Inspired by Tim Armstrong’s distinctive hairstyle and trademark pants! The Eliminator from Agnostic Front’s 1986 Cause For Alarm album also returns as a glow-in-the-dark denizen of NYC’s boroughs and beyond.
“You know you can run but there’s nowhere to hide…”
Broke Horror Fan presents The El Duce Tapes on VHS! Officially licensed from Arrow Video, The El Duce Tapes is available Monday, 2nd November, at 12PM EST/9AM PST!
“Whatever it takes for entertainment.”
Arrow Video is honoured to announce the exclusive premiere of The El Duce Tapes, the new X-rated music documentary about El Duce, the self-styled “King of Sleaze”, a legendary underground figure who once boasted he was asked to kill Kurt Cobain for $50,000. Directed by Rodney Ascher and David Lawrence, with interviews directed by Ryan Sexton, The El Duce Tapes is an outrageous expose of a rocker described on national television as a “disgusting pervert”, a hugely divisive, troubled figure who was a skilled musician and relentless provocateur.
“Before the age of trolls, there was a troll for the ages.”
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.”
Super7 have a collaborated on 3.75″ ReAction Figures that will bewitch you in the moonlight, with the satanic Ghost, and punk icons The Misfits!
“He is the disobedience that holds us together…”
The Super7 x Misfits collaboration continues with new 3.75″ ReAction Figures inspired by the band’s discography: 1984’s Die Die My Darling; 1986’s Collection I; and 1995’s Collection II.
“Don’t utter a single word…”
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!”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the original motion picture soundtrack and score to Her Smell.
Her Smell is a 2018 psychodrama divided into five acts that focuses on the narcissistic and destructive punk icon Becky Something, lead vocalist of the fictional 90’s band, Something She.
“Promise me mama, when I die, have the coffin arrive half an hour late, and on the side written in gold letters: Sorry for the delay.”
Using their backgrounds in punk and skate ‘zines, design, and production, Super7 have released their newest official 3.75″ ReAction Figure collaboration with punk icons The Misfits.
“Too much horror business…”
Collaborating with John McGovern and Julia Johnson, I contributed a few words on Wrong Festival (specifically about Future of the Left and Tokyo Taboo) for issue 89 of Bido Lito! My original contributions were truncated for length, so I have presented my original, unedited musings here for your enjoyment.
“Audience please! Every minute matters.”
The attempt to combine humor and horror is a dicey proposition at best, which makes this film all the more extraordinary. The Return of the Living Dead weaves the two genre together seamlessly, each one complimenting the other. The screenplay and cast are perfect, with the always reliable Clu Gallagher holding the action together. A group of attractive young people plays their roles with a combination of believable finesse, terror and hormonal fever interspersed with slapstick style hysteria. Any movie with Linnea Quigley as part of the cast certainly is headed in the right direction.