Conan the Barbarian
We all know that Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming back for the new film The Legend of Conan, and in a perfect world it will be the serious-minded and bloody sword and sandal flick we've all been hoping for. But will we get it?
Even decades later, the 1982 film Conan the Barbarian holds a very special place in our hearts. Simply put, Arnold Schwarzenegger was perfect as the title character. He had the look and the savagery down to a science. The sequel, not so much. But he did say that he'd be back!
It's long been one of Doctor Gash's favorite film festivals, and it's rearing its ugly head again. The Hudson Horror Show has just announced the official lineup for the next event, Hudson Horror Show 666, on December 1st in Poughkeepsie, NY. Fans of classic films are going to love this!
Quietly becoming one of New York's most impressive and unique classic horror film festivals, the Hudson Horror Show has announced the lineup and date for the sixth installment of the fest. Read on and dig the impressive roster of movies.
Conan! What is best in life? "To win free swag. Hopefully signed. And to hear the lamentation of the women." Very good. Now's your chance to win a bunch of stuff on us!
Crom! More clips are here for the Blu-ray release of Marcus Nispel's huge budget retelling of Conan the Barbarian (review here)! Don't forget to crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their women! Dig it!
Marcus Nispel's huge budget retelling of Conan the Barbarian hits stores in just a few days, and to get you geared up, we have an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray that shows off the Barbarian in his younger days. Dig it!
By now I'm kind of used to the fact that I and like 20 other people in this universe were the only ones that dug Conan the Barbarian (cue: cries of "YOU'RE AN IDIOT"), and that's completely cool. The movie tanked at the box office, but now that it's hitting home video, maybe it will find its audience.
Open up wide and prepare to choke on a great big serving of Dinner for Fiends. The past few weeks haven’t been very kind to the horror releases at the multiplex, and we’re not much kinder to them either. You’d be an idiot to miss out on this smorgasbord of a show.
How much did Hurricane Irene whipping up the Northeast affect this weekend’s box office can only be guesstimated. This was a terrible weekend at the box office, especially for genre films, and that probably would have remained the case even if the East Coast hadn’t been bracing for Irenageddon™.
This weekend’s ultra violent reboot of Conan the Barbarian and remake of Fright Night have been met with widely differing critical reactions. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Judging by their respective box office takes, it's more like, “Who cares?”
Marcus Nispel's reboot of the Conan the Barbarian franchise comes out in theaters this weekend, and of course it's in 3D "for your viewing pleasure". Still torn on whether or not you'll be seeing it?
Our exclusive video interview series for Marcus Nispel's Conan the Barbarian 3D comes to an end today, and we saved the best for last: Rose McGowan, who portrays Marique, the mystical daughter of malevolent warlord Khalar Zym, in the film.
Conan. What is best in life? To star in the remakes. See lens flares driven before you. And to wear the power color, orange! We know at least a handful of people who will find that opening sentence as funny as we do. In any event, Marcus Nispel's 3D Conan the Barbarian remake hits theatres this weekend, and we've got your verdict for you.