Never Mind the Twilight Fans and Their Teams! The Time has Come for Horror Fans to Pick a Meatier Side!
For every rabid Twilight fan there are a million more of us who couldn't care less. Where's our awesome merch featuring Team of our own choosing that are not hunky men children but that actually mean something in horror?! Well, let me tell you, they exist, and I want you to know about a couple.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Christopher George, Catriona MacColl, Carlo De Mejo, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Fabrizio Jovine Directed by Lucio Fulci
I can’t believe it, but I have a nation filled with witnesses now. The new Windows commercial, broadcast during the most recent episode of the "Family Guy", featured a clip of Lucio Fulci's shark vs. zombie attack from his famous spatterific masterpiece Zombie.
UK zombie fans will soon have yet another reason to bow at the feet of Arrow Video as the company turns its focus from Romero to another zombie maestro – the venerable Lucio Fulci.
There's always been a debate -- Fulci or Argento? Speaking for myself, I see it like Burger King or McDonald's, Fulci being Mickey-D's because you know you're getting trash, while Argento, The King, tries to dress things up by making you think you're getting something that looks better than it actually is.
Any fan of Fulci who’s gone past his zombie/hell films has probably heard of A Cat in the Brain, the 1990 experiment in which Fulci stars as himself in a twisted tale of a filmmaker driven by his creations. It’s never been available in any decent format here in the U.S. but come March 31st, 2009, Grindhouse Releasing plans to change all that.
Grindhouse Releasing is set to bring Lucio Fulci's out-of-print The Beyond back to horror fans with a far from plain DVD.
Starring Florinda Bolkan, Jean Sorel, Alberto de Mendoza, Stanley Baker Directed by Lucio Fulci Distributed by Shriek Show
Where will the world be when all of Lucio (The Beyond, Zombie) Fulci’s movies have finally made their way to DVD? I guess by then there will be a whole new format to transport them to, like halo-cards or something futuristic like that...
Starring Olga Karlatos, Ray Lovelock, Claudio Cassinelli, Cosimo Cinieri Directed by Lucio Fulci Released by Media Blasters
Reviewed by Girlcreeture Staring Catriona MacColl (Lucy Boyle), Paolo Malco (Dr. Norman Boyle), Giovanni Freza (Bob Boyle), Silvia Collatina (Mae), Ania Pieroni (Ann) Directed by Lucio Fulci ***Editor's note: This review originally appeared on our old site. Enjoy!***
This may seem like a strange question, but . . . Have you ever listened to a horror movie? Truly listened? If you have, then you know how crucial the soundtrack—or perhaps more appropriately, the score—can be to the mood of a horror movie. It has been reported that whe