Five down and five to go! We've reached the halfway point of the Top 10 Greatest Horror Movies… Ever! list, and now it's time to start busting out the real heavy hitters.
It's with deep sadness that we bring to you the news of the passing of Bill Hinzman this evening. We've lost another icon of the industry and more importantly one of the nicest and most genuine people we've ever had the chance of knowing.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Kurt Angle, Bill Hinzman, Kevin Nash, "Psycho" Sid Vicious, Alan Rowe Kelly, Bill Laing, Ray "Glacier" Lloyd Written and directed by Bruce Koehler
What do you get when you take three gigantic aging grapplers and couple them with Zombie #1 Bill Hinzman? You get a movie that appears to be so rife with absurdity that we simply cannot wait to watch it! Steady yourself, dear reader, as we present all the DVD details for River of Darkness! From the Press Release
In a bit of a sad turn of events we're sorry to report that director Josh Vargas has vacated the director's seat on the long talked about remake of Don't Look in the Basement. Yep, that's the bad news. The good? As of now the project is still very much happening.
For our readers living in the Midwest, take note of this Friday's Terror in the Aisles horror festival. Not only is it your chance to dig on REC 2, but there's lots more in store for you - and, yes, we're giving away tickets. Oh yeah!
Okay, so Kurt Angle's last movie End Game (review here) didn't exactly score itself a clean pinfall victory with fans, but the man is at it again in River of Darkness, this time with Kevin Nash, Psycho Sid Vicious, and original Night of the Living Dead zombie Bill Hinzman in tow. Ready for some sales art and a trailer, or should we simply throw a packet of salt in your eyes?
And the casting news just keeps on coming for director Josh (Sway) Vargas' remake of the S.F. Brownrigg film Don't Look in the Basement. This time reuniting two of the horror genre's most beloved actors!
Despite his last feature End Game (review here) receiving a critical powerslamming from yours truly, indie filmmaker Bruce Koehler of North Shore Pictures sent word to let me know he actually loved my less-than-stellar review of his serial killer thriller.
Loving your eight-inch MEGO-style Night of the Living Dead figures as much as we do? Well, wait until you see the new Black and White variant!
Forty years ago a grainy black-and-white movie about a group of people trapped in a house changed the face of horror forever. Out of that one film were spawned sequels and an entire sub-culture that includes conventions, gatherings, clothing, and movies, all dedicated to the shambling masses that are zombies.