The Theatre Bizarre is one of the more well received anthologies to come our way in recent years, but of course no film is ever fully reviewed until it gets the Trembles treatment. Read on to see what our crazy Canuck thought of it!
Image Entertainment announced today that they will be bringing the lunacy that is The Theatre Bizarre home to the masses, and we've got the scoop on what to expect once it arrives. Dig it!
It's trailer time, kids, and this one has been a long time coming! Sit back, relax, make sure no one is looking, and get ready for your first inside look at the horrific perversions of The Theatre Bizarre!
The first theatres have been announced that will be showing the upcoming anthology flick The Theatre Bizarre, and of course we have them for you right here. Road trip maybe?
One anthology we're really looking forward to seeing around these parts is without question The Theatre Bizarre. Especially since there's already a sequel in the works. So when will you be able to dig the original?
With July rapidly approaching, that means two things - the one/two punch of both Comic-Con and Canada's incredible Fantasia Film Festival! Speaking of the latter, the first wave of announcements is here! Read on for details! From the Press Release
When the Fantasia International Film Festival returns to set Montreal ablaze this summer, the fantastic film festival – one of the largest and most influential of its kind in the world – will be celebrating its 15th anniversary with an astonishing three-week showcase of international genre cinema, from July 14th to August 7th, 2011.
You may recall a few months back we first told you guys about a new film in the works from Mondo Macabro called Filthy. The brainchild of Abandoned writer Karim Hussain, Filthy is still just a concept, but it’s one of the sickest I’ve ever heard.
It was a strange experience arriving totally alone at the Fantasia HQ in the early afternoon of July 3rd to pick up the press pass this year. Just me, Paul McCannibal, and some tumbleweeds blowing through the city centre of Montreal.
I’ve been looking forward to hearing more about Giles Paquet-Brenner’s Walled In ever since I chatted with the film’s cinematographer, Karim Hussain (who also co-wrote The Abandoned and directed The Beautiful Beast), about it during the Boston Underground Film Festival. Finally I have been rewarded!
*WARNING: These pictures are NOT WORK SAFE!** Man, the shit you can get yourself in just by walking down the street...
A beautiful older woman drags a pearl necklace across her silky smooth body. She moans and arches her back, deriving pleasure not only from the touch of the cool pearls on her hot flesh, but from the feel of wealth on wealth.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Carol Laure, Caroline Dhavernas, Marc-Andre Grondin, David La Haye Directed by Karim Hussain