The horror community as a whole was shocked to learn a few months back that a fifth installment in the Phantasm franchise was shot behind all of our backs over the course of the past couple years, unexpected news that was followed up with the reveal of a pretty damn awesome teaser trailer.
Well, that was fast! Just a few days after the announcement came that Phantasm: Ravager was complete, along comes a teaser trailer. Check it out along with additional details about the film right here, and expect lots more soon!
Two years. That's how long it's been since we broke the news that a fifth film in the Phantasm film series was coming. When we announced the news, everyone, including ALL of other horror sites, called bullshit and ridiculed us to no end. Well, guess what...
Just in time for the 35th anniversary of the classic Don Coscarelli film Phantasm comes Phantasm Exhumed. The book takes a day-by-day look at each film in the franchise's production with unprecedented access and detail...
You read the headline. You have the same questions we all do. While at this point in time we cannot elaborate on many details, we can tell you this... the ball has definitely not stopped spinning, and there are wonderfully ghastly things on the way!
They've screened some of the grossest, most taboo, obscure and then again classic and memorable films in the history of horror during their brief existence. One of the best little film festivals around, the Hudson Horror Show, rears its ugly head once again!
Are you all caught up on the very cool Trick 'r Treat shorts FEARnet has been putting out over the past several months? In honor of the Halloween holiday and the all-day Trick 'r Treat marathon they'll be running on the 31st, the network has released four more new videos entitled Trick 'r Treat: 4 Rules. In addition they've made a huge announcement about FEARnet's slate of Halloween and year-round programing initiatives that are sure to satisfy horror fans' thirst for genre content through 2012.
This Tuesday, March 30th, is the long awaited DVD/Blu-ray release date of Glenn McQuaid's I Sell the Dead, and our trilogy of interviews with its cast and crew continues with the one -- the only -- Angus Scrimm, who portrays the character of Dr. Vernon Quint in the film.
Does Universal have another horror title in its library as heavily requested as Phantasm II? I doubt it.
Anxious to finally get a chance to see Bruce Campbell’s latest directorial effort, My Name is Bruce? Willing to drive to, say, Canada to fulfill that dream? Then you’re in luck!
Californians and fans willing to travel have to ask themselves this question -- "What's cooler than seeing Phantasm up on the big screen?" The answer? Seeing it on a big screen in the middle of a cemetery! Click here for details on an event you do not want to miss!
Probably the most confusing of the Phantasm franchise, not really a series known for its linear storytelling, Phantasm IV: Oblivion is finally getting a much-needed special edition DVD release on August 26th as part of the Anchor Bay Collection! This new edition will boast a brand-new anamorphic transfer as well as the following features;
After taking much-deserved a week off, Stephen Romano has chosen a new winner in our ongoing Shock Festival contest, and he’s got some major updates for you guys, as well. Dig it!
No, not exactly, but it sure is a good sign! Don Coscarelli recently recorded a video tribute to the Alamo Drafthouse, the original of which is sadly closing it's doors, but before he gets to talking about the Drafthouse (and dies a horribly ironic way) he's watching something very interesting on the monitor. Check it out:
Starring A. Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury, Reggie Bannister, Kathy Lester, Terrie Kalbus, Mary Ellen Shaw, Angus Scrimm Directed by Don Coscarelli Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment