Waxwork Records Announces 2018 Vinyl Releases; ‘Get Out’! ‘Drag Me to Hell’!

For the fourth year, Waxwork Records has announced today that they’ll be offering up a deluxe and exclusive subscription service to their most diehard fans in 2018! By joining the 2018 Waxwork Records Subscription service, you will receive five deluxe soundtracks / film score releases on exclusive 180 gram colored vinyl, exclusive merchandise, a screen printed poster, an enamel pin, apparel, discounts, and incentives unavailable to the … [Read more...]

Baby Raptor Will Warm Your Heart in First Look at ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

We still have to wait about a month to see the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which we recently learned will be attached to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But how about an early first look… today?! Over on Twitter this morning, producer/Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow shared an adorable video of Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady petting a baby raptor, which is our first real look at next year’s sequel. “From our … [Read more...]

[Exclusive] Watch the Violent Prison Riot from ‘Death House’

Director Harrison Smith’s “Expendables of Horror” film Death House will be kicking off next year’s crop of horror movies, and we’ve got another exclusive clip today! The film’s plot is set into motion by a prison break at the titular Death House, and this clip gives us our first taste of that violent riot. “The facility has shut down due to an internal EMP blast,” Smith set up the scene for us. … [Read more...]

You Need to Watch These Super Gory ‘Elm Street’ and ‘Chainsaw’ Animated Fan Films

These do more justice to the franchises than many of the actual films. Fan Sonny Fernandez has been doing something pretty awesome over on his YouTube channel for the last couple years. Under the banner Down Twisted Shorts, Sonny has been making, in his own words, “insanely dark and twisted short animated films,” and they’ve damn sure been living up to that promise. The shorts, which usually run right around 10-mins, are … [Read more...]

[Gift Guide] ‘Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin’ is Loaded With Incredible Horror Art

“Like a modern Frankenstein, Gary reanimates nostalgia and unleashes it to bite your ass!” – Guillermo del Toro   We’ve profiled the art of “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin a handful of times, as it’s adorned some of the coolest releases of the past several years. Arrow Video, Mondo and Waxwork Records have all partnered with Pullin to create eye-catching packaging for their records and Blu-rays, making Pullin one … [Read more...]

Artist Just Made a Replica of Ripley’s Futuristic ‘Alien’ Watch

This is apparently what watches will look like in the year 2122. Ellen Ripley, in addition to being a badass monster-slayer, is also something of a fashion icon. Remember those futuristic Reeboks she wore in Aliens, for example? Replica pairs sell for a pretty penny, as fans will spare no expense to look as cool as Ripley. And let’s not forget the double watch she rocks in 1979’s Alien, set in the year 2122. What does 2122 technology … [Read more...]

‘Get Out’ Scores Big With Five Independent Spirit Awards Nominations

Is an Academy Award nomination next? Just last week we learned that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is considering Jordan Peele’s Get Out for potential Golden Globes nominations (in the “Comedy” category… go figure), and today brings even more great news for the film, as it’s been honored with multiple Independent Spirit Awards nominations. Film Independent announced the nominations earlier today, and Get Out … [Read more...]

“The Walking Dead” Hits 6-Year Ratings Low as Negan Storyline Continues to Lose Viewers

At the risk of coming off like we’re piling on “The Walking Dead” (personally speaking, I’ve been a huge fan and defender of the show since the very beginning), we do think it’s important to talk about what’s happening with the show right now. What’s happening, you ask? Well, viewers are continuing to tune out in droves this season, with the latest ratings report showing some serious cause for concern: … [Read more...]

Musician Remakes Iconic Movie Theme Songs in “Stranger Things” Style

Almost everything about Netflix’s “Stranger Things” was instantly iconic right out of the gate, from the ’80s-authentic characters to the stellar opening credits sequence. And then there’s the music of “Stranger Things,” credited to Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon of the electronic band Survive. The synth-heavy, John Carpenter-inspired tunes, particularly the main theme, won us over immediately, helping to … [Read more...]

Brutal New Blomkamp Short ‘Gdansk’ Unleashes a Medieval Giant

One of the things we’re most thankful for in the genre space this year is Neill Blomkamp‘s (District 9, Chappie) Oats Studios, a bold new venture that has allowed Blomkamp to step outside the studio system and let his imagination run wild. Incredible shorts like Rakka, Firebase and Zygote quickly put Oats Studios on the map as a studio worth paying close attention to, and Blomkamp unleashes another treat today. The first in a series … [Read more...]

[Vintage Video] “The Munsters” Rode in the 1964 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been an annual tradition since 1924, ushering in the start of Turkey Day for the New Yorkers in attendance and the millions more watching at home. From fun floats to corny musical acts, the parade is one of those things you just have to watch every year. But trust me when I say, it used to be MUCH cooler. It was in September of 1964 that “The Munsters” premiered on CBS, almost exactly two months … [Read more...]

John Landis Details ‘American Werewolf’ Sequel He Almost Made in 1991

Released in 1997, An American Werewolf in Paris was something of a loose sequel to An American Werewolf in London, though it of course had no actual involvement from John Landis. But did you know that Lands himself actually wrote a sequel to his own 1981 werewolf classic back in the 1990s?! As reported by Digital Spy, Landis fully details the never-made sequel in the book Beware the Moon: The Story of An American Werewolf in London, which now has … [Read more...]

Danielle Harris Battles Hurricane and Time Loop in ‘Inoperable’

Zorya Films and Millman Productions are putting scream queen Danielle Harris under the knife with the December 1st theatrical release of Christopher Lawrence Chapman’s Inoperable.  Harris stars as Amy, a hospital patient who must battle nature and the supernatural before she ends up trapped for eternity. Inoperable will open December 1st in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Cleveland and Minneapolis … [Read more...]