When a haunt begins with you walking up to a giant pair of legs and squeezing your way into an oversized vagina, you know you’re in for some serious shit. That’s what Dread Central is greeted with when we step foot on the FEARplex to preview Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare!
As I began to write this B-Sides, it suddenly hit me that if any sci-fi movie from the Eighties deserves a special edition Blu-ray, it’s The Hidden. Why is that Blu-ray being hidden from the waiting public? The theme song is pretty good, too.
With so much talk of leaked government secrets and spying, Spies Like Us seems overdue for the B-Sides treatment. With Paul McCartney singing the theme song to a Dan Aykroyd/Chevy Chase comedy, this is probably more of an A-Side than a B-Side.
This B-Sides bewilders me. If ever a song sounded like it was tailor-made for an early Eighties teen sex comedy, it’s “You’re a Cool Dude.” Instead it comes to us from a late Eighties slasher flick about teens in the Minnesota woods getting hacked up by a Viking Berserker.
With Shout! Factory releasing Scanners II: The New Order and Scanners III: The Takeover in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack this week, I can think of no better time to bust out a real B-Sides gem that has toiled in obscurity for far too long: “Mind to Mind.”
A new teaser video for Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare haunted attraction, which runs October 10-November 2 (Thu-Sun only) in Pomona, CA, has arrived; and we have it for you right here! Hell yeah!
John Carpenter and Kurt Russell brought Snake Plissken back to the big screen 15 years after he escaped from New York. This time, earthquake-ravaged Los Angeles was the geographic prison he had to infiltrate and escape from. The results were a mixed bag at best, but the theme song by White Zombie was definitely “The One.”
The announcement that James Spader had been cast as the villainous Ultron in The Avengers: Age of Ultron spawned countless Less than Zero jokes on social media. Me? I see The Avengers sequel as a Tuff Turf reunion.
One could probably describe Thrashin’ as The Karate Kid with a skateboard. One could also probably describe Meat Loaf’s title song as less of an actual song and more of a challenge to see how many times one can say “thrashin’” in three minutes.
“Saturday night at the movies; who cares what picture we see…” Coincidentally, the first time I ever saw Popcorn, I do believe it was a Saturday night at the movies. I did, however, care what picture I saw.
Hollywood Undead's Dead Bite Music Video Features Derek Mears, Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte, and Porn Stars!
We know you guys run hot & cold regarding music news, but when we heard this new video from Hollywood Undead for "Dead Bite" features horror fan favorite Derek Mears ( Friday the 13th, Hatchet III) along with several porn stars, well, of course we had to share!
Avenged Sevenfold Teams with Metalocalypse Producer Jon Schnepp for Animated Series Hail to the King
A pretty cool sounding new web series from Avenged Sevenfold, Metalocalypse producer Jon Schnepp, and Machinima crossed our path, and now that there's a trailer available, we had to share!
This weekend’s B-Sides is kind of a cheat because it isn’t so much a song as it is a fake commercial jingle heard a few times throughout a film. If you’ve ever seen Critters, you know that once you’ve heard the “Hungry Heifer” jingle, good luck getting it out of your head the rest of the day.
CONTEST CLOSED! Tell Us Your Favorite Religious Horror Films and Enter to Win an Eve to Adam/Texas Hippie Coalition Merch Pack
Whenever we hear the name Eve to Adam, we think of the Garden of Eden and how one little apple spawned most of the religious horror we know and love today. So when the band offered up some swag, we thought of a perfect contest tie-in...
You’re a robot made by humans. But Jet Jaguar, Jet Jaguar, you did it, Jet Jaguar. Go, go to protect the peace. We are all surprised at the courage you show. Godzilla and Jet Jaguar, Punch! Punch! Punch!