PARLIAMO GIALLO: TOP 5 LUCIO FULCI’S MOVIES

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Ciao cari lettori, today I wanted to share with you my top 5 Lucio Fulci’s films. PAURA NELLA CITTÀ DEI MORTI VIVENTI AKA CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD (1980) It is the first part  of what it is called Gates of Hell trilogy which also includes The Beyond and The House by the Cemetery. It […]

Thoughts on Kung Fury (Laser Unicorns Short) – A Window to the 80’s Awesome You NEED

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Today marked the premiere of a short, crowdfunded movie from Sweden, Kung Fury. The trailers, leaked scenes and word from Cannes have suggested that Kung Fury has the right retro cool stuff without pandering to its audience to create instant, viral fan sensation. Combine that with the power of the internet; Kung Fury is free […]

Extraterrestrial (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

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Do not judge Extraterrestrial by its cover. I hate to say it, but after having watching this movie twice I feel that the Blu-ray art really doesn’t embody the feel of the movie. This is an alien movie. It’s actually more of a traditional looking alien ie an alien that looks more like the Greys […]

MAD MAX (Scream Factory Blu-ray) – Mad Mel Gets Revenge

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Mad Max… Not Fury Road. THE Mad Max. The original. The one where Mel Gibson looks like a big goofy caricature of himself or at the very least a castaway from Judas Priest. The one with the great big super charger under or rather through the hood of the Ford Falcon. This is the Mad […]

DEADtime TV: Wayward Pines ‘Do Not Discuss Your Life Before’

Time is an important subject in Wayward Pines, not just in the town’s rules about what can and can’t be discussed but also because the town itself seems to sit on the outskirts of time’s normal passage. It seems set in a weird alternate universe outside of reality, what with its dated rotary phones and style […]

Movie Review: Leprechaun 3

  Sometimes I wonder how Leprechaun became a series. The movies are not particularly good and only two ever hit the big screen. The first one was modestly entertaining, the second was pretty awful, and the third falls somewhere in between. After the second film failed to gain cinematic traction, grossing $2.2 million (it opened […]

The Pigman Murders Review

  Normally, I’m a sucker for a guy in a mask, esepcially a cool mask like a pig one. Pigs freak me out. I’m also not a found footage hater, and most of the time I dig indie cinema. Knowing that, you’d think that The Pigman Murders was going to be a fairly entertaining movie […]

The B-Movie Film Vault – New DVDs & Blu-rays for 05/26/2015!

As we bid a fond farewell to May, we are sent off with some kick-ass DVD & Blu-ray discs from a large variety of our favorite distributors! Scream Factory knows what I love because they just put out GUN WOMAN, and two awesome nature-strikes-back double features of THE FOOD OF THE GODS & FROGS, and […]

Hack Issues: Horror Comic Releases For The Week Of 5/27/16

Hack Issues is back, with a massive update for your new horror comic releases for the week of 5/27

Stigmata (Scream Factory Blu-ray Review) – Signs of the Arquette

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Stigmata is one of those horror pictures that plays off all the correct, innate religious triggers that get us thinking, “hey… what if the whole Bible thing is really real”? It builds you up, forcing you to remember days spent in Sunday school sweating out your sins in coloring books of the Jesus Christ being […]

Gun Woman (Scream Factory Blu-ray Review)

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What is Gun Woman? It’s one of those Scream Factory titles that comes out of nowhere. I’ve never heard of it. It wasn’t one of their retro selections that get so much pomp and fanfare. It’s also not a Chiller/SyFy original. Gun Woman falls into that other category. Asian Thriller/Horror picture. In fact it’s hard […]

The Sadistic Baron Von Klaus Coming From Redemption

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Jess Franco is showing up every where with a catalog of titles hitting distributors across the globe. As a fan of Jesus (Franco), nothing gets my panties moist more than a solid release of his work from a reputable company. His deeply erotic and yet strangely horrifying images along with a seductive starlet stable provide […]

Movie Review: Poltergeist (2015)

  As soon as it was learned that a remake of Poltergeist was in the works, the interwebs caught fire with the usual chorus of ruining our childhood, and no original ideas, and why can’t they just leave things alone. On one hand, they aren’t wrong on some counts, but wrong on others (I never […]

PHANTASM and ABSURD Soundtracks Hitting Wax

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Okay, does everyone have the internet equivalent of their ’71 Cuda ready? The new vinyl release of the much sought after Phantasm score goes on sale tomorrow from Mondo and Death Waltz. This was recently released at a small screening of Phantasm in Texas as well as Texas Frightmare Weekend where a great friend picked […]

Top Ten SOV Horror Movies

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As VHS fever spread throughout the 1980’s so did the ability for your average Joe to use the developing technology to create his own movie using nothing more than a camcorder, a script and some Karo Syrup. While many of these movies wouldn’t see the heads of your tape deck, some actually made it to […]

HEIR – Fatal Pictures Destroys Innocence

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  If you’ve been following me for a few years, you know that I’m a big fan of the short films that FATAL PICTURES has been putting out. Both WORM and FAMILIAR were two short films that impressed me (CHECK OUT THOSE HYPER-LINKS) and after each viewing was over I was sitting there saying, “How […]

ISLAND OF DEATH – ARROW VIDEO

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Coming to Blu-Ray/DVD combo from Arrow Video on May 26th is Nico Mastorakis’s notorious film ‘Island of Death.’ The following is a message from the good citizens at the Mykonos Board of Tourism: “Opa! Welcome to Mykonos! Our island is home to some of the most beautiful, picturesque scenery in all of Greece. Be sure to […]

PARLIAMO GIALLO: Interview to Fabio Frizzi

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Cari Lettori, this week is very special as we have our first guest for PARLIAMO GIALLO. His name is Fabio Frizzi one of the best, if not the best, of Italian musicians and not only talking about soundtracks. He composed many song for our favourite Lucio Fulci’s films and he is now touring wih his […]