The folks over at Horror Decor have continually impressed over the years with their incredible pillows, and this Thursday they're releasing their most hideous, loveable and totally unique creation yet.
“What’s in the basket?” An innocent question that forever reminds genre fans of the bloody misadventures of Duane Bradley and his not-so-conjoined twin, Belial. Second Sight brings the entire Basket Case trilogy to Blu-ray/DVD across the UK in a Special Edition. Take a peek inside...
Grimmfest 2012 is taking place 4th-7th October in Manchester's The Dancehouse theatre, and we've just been notified of the first three films to be announced. In addition, as of today, 31st July, early bird tickets are on sale.
Some people just have a knack for certain things. Michael Jordan could play basketball like there was no tomorrow, Sam Kinison was a master of comedy, Bobby Fischer could hold his own in chess and Stu Ungar knew his way around a card table. In that vein Frank Henenlotter had his niche as well…making outrageously over-the-top and wildly entertaining films.
Writer/director Frank Henenlotter’s Basket Case has hit Blu-ray shelves for the first time. Amazing, huh? Released in 1982, the flick celebrates all the cheesiness and sleaze that we love about the horror genre and is undoubtedly one of the most unique low-budget horror films to ever be created.
Every now and again I question the sanity of the world that we live in. There are just so many terrifying anomalies out there that don't compute. Then a single Blu-ray announcement comes, and a glimmer of hope for our survival shines through!
Some interesting news came across our desk today regarding one of the greatest horror/exploitation films of the 1980s. If all goes well, horror fans will be reveling in the grimy delights of Basket Case in high definition in the very near future.
Here's a heads-up for all you lucky New York and New Jersey residents! If you've been meaning to check out Frank Henenlotter's long awaited return to cult cinema, Bad Biology, you're in luck. And Dread Central is here to keep you in the loop!
The first that I heard of Frank Henenlotter was on a perfectly awful cable tv show that aired on Manhattan's Public Access channel in the 1970s.