The work of H.P. Lovecraft has inspired not only legions of fans throughout the years but an entire sub-genre of horror. Highlighted by frail, false realities masking a horrific and unfathomable truth… and of course, tentacles, fans embrace Lovecraftian horror films like the squishy appendages they feature.
In our relentless pursuit of bringing you every friggin' cool thing we possibly can, we have another video for you cats to dig on that we know you're gonna love. Especially if you're a big fan of 80s horror!
We announced earlier that The Scream Factory would be releasing the classic films From Beyond and Phantasm II onto Blu-ray for the first time here in the States, and now the company has drawn back the curtains a little farther for us to see what to expect from the Tall Man in HD.
We announced earlier that The Scream Factory would be releasing the classic films From Beyond and Phantasm II onto Blu-ray for the first time here in the States, and now the company has drawn back the curtains a little farther for us to see what to expect!
It's one of director Stuart Gordon's most beloved cult favourites and rightfully so, delivering a riotously slimy, brain-suckin' good time. Finally, on February 25th, UK audiences can catch the madness in high-def glory courtesy of Second Sight. What's the movie? Why, it's From Beyond, of course!
"March Madness" takes on a whole new meaning when the Scream Factory unleashes two horrifying and over-the-top cult gorefests during the month. Read on for the details of the Factory's Blu-ray releases of Phantasm II and From Beyond.
Here’s some news that should excite your pineal gland. The Shout Factory’s Scream Factory sub-label once again established themselves as the preeminent purveyors of cult horror on Blu-ray when they announced plans to release From Beyond next year.
When it comes to horror t-shirts, few companies do it better than Rotten Cotton, and just in time for your back-to-school shopping, they've released six new designs including From Beyond, The Stuff, I Come in Peace, Crocodile, Dear God No, and the Cat's Eye troll.
Indie Horror Month Video Interview Part One - Barbara Crampton Reflects on Re-Animator, From Beyond, Castle Freak and More
Most of us fell in love with actress Barbara Crampton after her portrayal of Megan Halsey in Stuart Gordon's cult classic Lovecraftian horror comedy Re-Animator in 1985.
The line-up for the sixth annual Fantastic Fest (September 23-30) in Austin, Texas, is still coming together, but the powers-that-be have provided a few highlights of the exciting things to come in this year's program, and we already can't wait for the fall season!