It Came From the Internet!
So you know you're gonna croak or someone close to you has kicked the bucket. Usually there are only two standard options ... burial or cremation. Both are for pussies! A new Swedish company has a third option for those of you out there tough enough to handle the spectacle.
In 1983 David Sheldon was busy shooting Grizzly 2: The Predator, aka Predator: The Concert. Grizzly 2 boasted early performances by George Clooney, Laura Dern, and the Internet's current golden boy, Charlie Sheen, who plays a hiker who serves as the bear's first victim.
No amount of words can prepare you for the lunacy you are about to witness. We're still shaking. Way back in 1982 both E.T. and John Carpenter's The Thing waged intergalactic war for box office supremacy. Audiences opted for the friendlier alien movie. Now, decades later, those friendly aliens are back and they want more than just candy and telephones.
Ever since he whipped ass in Rob Zombie's Halloween movies (say what you want about them, it doesn't change the fact that Mane was a good Myers), we've been wondering just when we'd be seeing Tyler Mane back doing what he does best ... causing violent mayhem. That time has come. From the Press Release
If there's one thing we love around here it's claymation. It's just so much more fascinating than anything we've seen that's CGI. Another thing we love? The Exorcist a.k.a. the movie that single-handedly ruined the chances of success for just about any filmmaker who dared to make a possession flick. Put them both together and you get one thing ... A MASSIVE AMOUNT OF WIN.
There are few things we find more irresistible than the Japanese giant monster movies of yesteryear. A staple of many of our childhoods, these wonderfully campy flicks live on today through DVD and Blu-ray and are bound to charm generations to come into loving huge city stompers.
This, our thirteenth, episode is a bit of a departure for us. In honor of the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, and to raise awareness of its plight, we decided to present something a little more appropriate. Tonight we present our rendition of Edgar Allan Poe's classic of horror, "The Tell-Tale Heart".
Have access to the EPIX channel and are all alone next week? Yeah, Valentine's Day can suck for many, but at the very least you'll be able to keep yourself in good horror company!
The wait for the debut of Season Four of HBO's "True Blood" this summer just got a bit more tolerable with the launch of "Inside True Blood", a production blog being written by Gianna Sobol, who has been working for Alan Ball for the past two years. Here's a sample of the type of goodies you can expect Gianna to share:
Leonard Nimoy is no stranger to fandom. Legions of "Star Trek" lovers gather frequently to worship at the ever-so-logical altar of Spock. Have you ever wondered whose altar Spock worships at? Well, thanks to our recurring WTF Friday Video of the Week segment, you're about to find out!
Ever since I can remember, I've always been in love with Rotten Cotton t-shirts. They've been around, hell, longer than we have, but it isn't just their badass movie shirt designs that kept our attention. It's their other stuff, too. Where else can you get merchandise with memorable slogans like "Dead Girls Never Say No!" emblazoned upon them?
For us to do a story on something non-fictitious having to do with ghosts, aliens, etc, it has to have a certain mind-blowing aspect to it. Consider our minds officially friggin' blown.
This week's WTF Friday Video is a clip from a Hong Kong movie from back in the days when Hong Kong movies were truly the masters of WTF. Kung fu, Dracula, evil Chinese wizards, hopping ghosts, laser shooting book pages, exploding garlic, and more mayhem all in one three-minute scene.
Some things just can't wait until WTF Friday rolls around. If you have like twenty or so minutes to kill, you may just wanna check out this ... this ... oh hell, we're not sure what the hell it is.
You say you want a revolution? Then why not a bloody one? If The Orphan Killer has anything to say about it, that's exactly what we're going to get. We think. From the Press Release