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Lloyd Kaufman’s Best Selling Novel PESTS Infests! Feature Film Currently In-Development at Troma Entertainment

Lloyd Kaufman's Best Selling Novel PESTS Infests! Feature Film Currently In-Development at Troma Entertainment

From the twisted minds of Lloyd Kaufman, Jordan Young, and Regina Katz comes the TROMAzing feature film adatptation of Pests, the bestselling novel; currently in-development at Troma Entertainment.

A titanic story about Phil, a down and out underdog exterminator, and the freak accident that changed his life. Phil decides during his convalescence that he will use his newfound power for good and disrupt the corrupt corporate film interests that threaten the only things he’s ever loved: movies. The book explores the seedy underbelly of the Hollywood elites.

“We’ve gone too far…”



Clickbait (2019, USA) Review

Clickbait (2019, USA) Review

The Oxford online dictionary defines Clickbait as: ‘material put on the internet in order to attract attention and encourage visitors to click on a link to a particular web page’. The 2019 film directed by Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein of the same name is probably best defined as a comedy peppered with elements of horror; a parable that serves to warn us against the dangers of the dark web. The premise is clear enough- college student Bailey has been topping the ranks on a social media platform called Streaker with her video uploads.

“You only die once. Make sure it’s live!”


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“The Dead Walk!” Day of the Dead: Bloodline and a Guide to George A. Romero’s Living Dead

George A. Romero World Guide

In 1968, George A. Romero established the modern zombie film with his raw and terrifying debut the Night of the Living Dead, one of the most well-regarded and influential horror movies of all time. Now, 50 years after it all began, there’s a new entry into the undying franchise: Day the Dead: Bloodline

“They won’t stay dead!”


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Waxwork Records Presents GET OUT Vinyl Soundtrack

Waxwork Records Presents GET OUT Vinyl Soundtrack

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.”


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Waxwork Records Presents DARKMAN and DAY OF THE DEAD Vinyl Soundtracks

Waxwork Records Presents Darkman and Day of the Dead Vinyl Soundtracks

Waxwork Records proudly presents the deluxe vinyl re-issue of the Darkman original motion picture score. Directed by the legendary Sam Raimi, 1990’s Darkman is dark superhero film that pays homage to Universal’s classic horror movies from the 1930s. Waxwork Records is also beyond thrilled to present George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead original motion picture score on deluxe double vinyl.

“The dead have waited. The day has come.”



The King (2017, South Korea)

The King (2017)

If you profess a love of cinema, but have been eschewing the excellent films coming out of Korea, you really have been missing out on some top-notch entertainment. I went into Han Jae-Rim’s movie The King, knowing only that it had been described as a political thriller. That covers about half of it – it’s also a satire about corruption within Korea’s legal system, it’s a gangster movie, it’s a revenge tale and yes, it’s a crime thriller too. If Wes Anderson decided to make ‘Goodfellas’ with Ben Wheatley, The King might just be the movie they’d have aspired to. Imagine that.

“Only one will become… The King.”



Get Out (2017, USA)

Get Out (2017)

Get Out concerns Chris, who is invited by his girlfriend of five months, Rose to travel upstate for the weekend to meet her parents. Chris is concerned about how Rose’s privileged white family’s might react to him, as she hasn’t told them that her boyfriend is black. Meeting the parents is a frightening prospect at the best of times, but Get Out offers a vision of a black guy’s unnerving entrance into a particularly unorthodox white world.

Chris’s girlfriend brushes off his concerns, assuring him that her parents are liberals and that he has nothing to worry about…

“Just because you’re invited, doesn’t mean you’re welcome.”