Losing an icon of the industry is never easy, and when it happens, our hearts drop and we feel just a bit more empty inside. That's the feeling we have today as we are sad to report that the legendary Karen Black has lost her long battle with cancer. She was 74.
Throughout the past several decades actress Karen Black has been pretty much synonymous with the horror genre, appearing in countless films from Trilogy of Terror to House of 1000 Corpses. She's given us many memories, and now she needs our help. Let's give back.
Some films are easy to describe… then others defy all explanation. Hopefully we can clear up some of the mystery surrounding the upcoming Ooga Booga with some brand new stills from the movie. Dig 'em!
Charles Band and Full Moon have a new feature in the works that we think you guys will be interested in. Check out the first word on Ooga Booga, set for release in February 2013.
Tobe Hooper’s Invaders from Mars is one of those films that must’ve traumatized a good percentage of the kids who watched it upon release. Even before it hit video, I remember kids a few classes ahead of me talking about how scary it was. Catching it a year later on VHS, I recall sharing that sentiment.
Exclusive: Filmmaker Jack Perez Discusses Some Guy Who Kills People, Blowing Vegas Off the Map and More
This week Some Guy Who Kills People, the indie horror comedy hit that wowed audiences at numerous film festivals worldwide during 2011, has finally made its way home to DVD shelves everywhere courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.
With the horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People hitting DVD soon, we figured that now would be as good a time as any to give you cats a chance to score a copy! But wait... There's more! Read on for details!
Wonder what you're going to do over the next couple of days when too much familial togetherness starts to take its toll? Well, how about sneaking away for 90 minutes or so to watch the low budget experimental horror movie Oliver Twisted, created in Central Florida by director Dean Gates and screenwriter G. Patrick Charuhas, which we have embedded right here at no cost thanks to the magic of YouTube?
Some really bizarre and interesting videos by director Jennifer Elster have been making the online rounds, and we've been doing some digging to find out just what the hell they're all about. Read on for a bit of info on ITW: Pathway / In the Woods - A walk into the core.
Starring Andrew Divoff, Karen Black, Stephen Polk, Denise Duff, John Kassir Directed by Jeff Broadstreet An honest-to-god mad scientist movie – now here's a genre that we just don’t see too much of nowadays. These days it’s rare to see a movie where the mad scientist and his insane experiments are at the heart of a film instead of just making the evil genius a side-villain to whatever inhuman menace he’s responsible for creating.