Waxwork Records is proud to present Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives original motion picture soundtrack by Harry Manfredini! Available for the very first time on vinyl, and sourced from the original 1986 master tapes!
Conrad Radzoff is a horror icon passed his peak, consigned to resurrecting his celebrated cinematic vampire role for a tasteless advertisement for dentures. After he dies, a group of devotees break into his neon-lit, lavish mausoleum and, in a rather misguided attempt to celebrate the life of their idol, nick his body for a farewell shindig at their place – who wouldn’t?! Unfortunately for them, Radzoff was a dab hand at the ol’ black magic and rises from the dead, seeking payback on those who disturbed him.
“There was Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, and Conrad Ragzoff! They were all stars who lived and died. But only one returned…”
Sacred Bones Records is pleased to present an expanded edition of the soundtrack, including more than 28 additional minutes of music from the film and presenting a more complete, immersive listening experience.
“You don’t believe in the Boogeyman? You should.”
There’s an old saying that goes, “all the world loves a clown,” but when the fourth annual GenreBlast Film Festival descends upon the Alamo Drafthouse in Winchester, VA in two weeks, some North Carolina filmmakers are going to add their own little caveat, “no one ever said it had to be alive.” From writer/director Jaysen Buterin comes Kill Giggles, a Hitchcockian horror/thriller that will have the official world premiere of its first teaser.
“The GenreBlast Film Festival is such an amazing array of indie, underground and cult films, filmmakers and film lovers from around the world.”
Based on the children’s books that spooked a generation, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is now a major motion picture. Fright-Rags honors the film’s release with exclusive t-shirts. They also have new House apparel and newly-created Garbage Pail Kids inspired by horror classics.
“Go to Hell.”
Lock your doors. Bolt your windows. There’s something in The Fog! Gutter Garbs have released collections for John Carpenter’s 1980 cult classic, and Jackie Kong’s ultimate in killer cuisine, 1987’s Blood Diner.
“100 years ago, it moved across a small town creating a terror no human being should ever live to see again! Now, it has returned…”
Broke Horror Fan presents Kevin Smith’s Yoga Hosers, Adam Rifkin’s Director’s Cut, and Adam Green’s Victor Crowley on limited edition, fully functional VHS!
“This isn’t the real world. This is Canada.”
Kill Giggles was inspired by Jaysen Buterin’s own coulrophobia (extreme fear of clowns). Jaysen wanted to turn the tables on a timeless terror trope by telling a story of a serial killer who targets clowns, as opposed to a killer who just dresses up like one…
“[It’s] ill-advised, self-administered psychotherapy… It’s kind of like a dream come true and my worst nightmare all at the same time.”
The Blair Witch Project’s 20th anniversary is this weekend, and Fright-Rags is honoring the occasion with its first collection of apparel from the film. The company also has new tees from Jaws, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, and Splatter University.
“I’m afraid to close my eyes, I’m afraid to open them.”
101 Films is proud to present Rabid, the enduringly tense and gruesome horror on two-disc special edition Blu-ray – scanned from the original camera negative at director David Cronenberg’s preferred aspect ratio (1.66:1) – and Skinner on special edition dual-format Blu-ray/DVD, in all its sinful, sleazy and violent glory.
“Pray it doesn’t happen to you.”
Michael Myers is fucking dead! So relax with Local Boogeyman, and tune into Channel 18, Haddonfield at the stroke of midnight for the 4th annual “Phantom Jam” – hosted by Uncle Seymour Coffins; with live music from Rob Zombie, and support from Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures!
“What’s the difference between a jack-o’-lantern and a… *hiccup* …and a blonde? There is no difference. They both have a blank expression, and are hollow inside! AHHHHHHAHAHAHAHA!”
After co-writing and co-directing almost a decade of blood-soaked horror alongside Tommy Wiklund and David Liljeblad, Sonny Laguna is no stranger to gore – which Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich provides by the bucket-load – and was kind enought to answer a few questions for Attack from Planet B.