BRIAN HARRIS: UN MOMENTO CON LA BESTIA (A MOMENT WITH THE BEAST)

  By Brian Harris (*) I’m not what you’d call your average American when it comes to my cinematic tastes; I have no problem “reading” what I’m watching when English subtitles are required. Hell, even if there are no subs—or dubs of dubious quality—available, I often settle in to watch films not understanding a word […]

IN THE MAKING: HEREDEROS DE LA BESTIA

  HEREDEROS DE LA BESTIA is the title of an upcoming documentary about THE DAY OF THE BEAST by Diego López and David Pizarro, who is interviewing actors, directors… about this cult classic in order to pay tribute to it in its 20th anniversary. This doc is in the making and little we know about […]

ÁNGEL AGUDO ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE DAY OF THE BEAST

  By ÁNGEL AGUDO (*) There was a time hard to remember by those who lived in it. During the late 80s and early 90s, young boys in Spain had a crush on Role Games. We were innocent. We didn’t know what RPG stood for, we didn’t have the guts to read a book written […]

MANUEL ORTEGA LA SAGA ABOUT THE DAY OF THE BEAST

  By Manuel Ortega Lasaga (*) This movie is, along with Dying of Laughter (1999) and Common Wealth (2000), my favorite from this director. I think this movie is a great way for youngsters to approach the Spanish cinema. It helps refute what they say of Spain’s cinematography being only dramas about drugs or the […]

Movie Review: The Human Centipede II (full sequence)

  I remember with the first Human Centipede movie came out back in 2009, there was so much hype around how gross and disturbing it was. When I saw it, it did not live up to the expectations. Still, I liked it, although I do not believe there was anything else to it other than […]

Blu-Ray: HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB

  On April 10 Subkultur will release this Spanish Horror Cult Movie. More information and purchasing here. Read the Sexy From:: Blu-Ray: HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB

Horror Hound 52

  Comedy and Tragedy – HorrorHound celebrates the time honored tradition of the horror comedy. From Abbott and Costello to the Scary Movie franchise, spoofing Frankenstein and the Paranormal Activity franchise, we look at the history of this genre-mashing madness. Kooky genre-bending is further celebrated with a special 40th anniversary retrospective on the Rocky Horror […]

New DVDs and Blu-rays for 03/31/2015!

  Well, March is over fellow collectors, and it is thankfully not dropping a huge heap of genre releases onto our laps. You can, for the most part, breathe easy this week, and save your hard-earned dollars for the coming onslaught of awesome in April and May. If you do feel the urge to part […]

THE DAY OF THE BEAST 20TH ANNIVERSARY ON SPANISHFEAR.COM

  SPANISHFEAR.COM is celebrating Alex de la Iglesia’s THE DAY OF THE BEAST 20th anniversary. A movies that changed it all in Spanish Horror. For this special occasion we have three amazing guest writers: The director Manuel Ortega Lasaga talking about what the movie means to him The screenwriter Ángel Agudo on the importance the […]

Jess Franco on Delirium mag

Chris Alexander and Charles Band talk about Jess Franco Delirium special issue! Read the Sexy From:: Jess Franco on Delirium mag

Diabolique Magazine No. 23

  CONTENTS: Eyes Without A Face and The Skin I Live In, and exclusive interviews with “Twisted Twins” Jen and Sylvia Soska and exploitation legend Jack Hill, in which they examine their bodies of work. Rondo Award-nominee and Editor-in-Chief, Max Weinstein, and new Web Editor, Jake Whritner, each give unique treatments to H.P. Lovecraft’s “Herbert […]

Movie Review: Killing Car

  The other night is was scrolling through my Netflix queue looking for a movie to watch. I did not know what I was looking for, just something older that I may want to write about. I chose poorly and ended up with the 1954 science fiction feature Gog. What a bore that was, sure […]

A Good Nights Sleep (HorrorSexy Short of the Month)

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I don’t sleep. People ask me how I’ve written so much over the past few years, and it’s simple. If you stay awake as long as possible, you can write as much as you like. You can see everything… every movie you could want. Sure your eyes become sensitive and sore, and there’s a general […]

Movie Review: Dustin Wayde Mills’ Applecart

Mitch Reaves reviews Dustin Wade Mills’ Applecart

DAY OF ANGER – ARROW RELEASE

Day of Anger

The Devil has the eyes of an angel, and his name is Frank Talby (Lee van Cleef). Arriving on Blu-Ray for the first time ever from Arrow Video on Mar 31st, comes ‘Day of Anger’ in a 3-Disc dual format set: Bonus Materials Brand new restoration of the original 35mm Techniscope camera negative High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) […]

Deep in the Darkness (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

  I’m not going to spend too much time on Deep in the Darkness because it isn’t my favorite Scream Factory release, however I think that there’s an audience for it. What you have here is another cross pollination with Scream Factory and Chiller TV movie. Chiller TV movies can range from low end SyFy […]

The Device (Image DVD)

  What starts off as a great premise about a small, discovered ball that is somehow, simply the most enticing object on the planet builds into…well… not a whole Hell of a lot. That didn’t stop me from at least partially enjoying The Device. The premise is great and the movie looks good. It’s well […]

The “IT” List

  As I sit here, IT FOLLOWS is finally getting a wider theatrical release nationwide. Despite that, the closest theater that is screening this “new horror classic” is nearly an hour away! This is frustrating to say the least, because I’ve been quietly obsessing over the film for months now. Do you know how often […]

Escape From New York (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Yeah, the Duke is A#1. That’s life on a prison island… that is until ol’ Snake comes along and battle for the top spot. I first saw Escape From New York in 2002, well after the 1997 year in which it was set. I knew what Manhattan had become; a consumer tourist trap with Broadway […]

A Tale of Two Movies: The Gunman/Run All Night

  The other day I went to the movies and saw a pair of recently released action films. The first one I saw was really bad, the second one, fortunately, was really good. It made me take pause and wonder about why there was the chasm between them in terms of their quality. They both […]