Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Tiny Lister Talks K-11, New Friday Sequel; Reflects on No Holds Barred, Prison and More
Since making his feature film debut in the 1985 flick Runaway Train, Tommy "Tiny" Lister has worked on over 160 projects, quickly becoming one of the most recognizable character actors of modern cinema.
Exclusive: Renny Harlin Looks Back at Prison and Nightmare 4, Ahead to Dyatlov Pass Incident, and More!
While many horror fans know Finnish filmmaker Renny Harlin best for his efforts on A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, that wasn't the director's first foray into the genre world.
It's hard to believe we live in such a wonderful world that's only made brighter by the lovable loonies over at the Scream Factory! Get ready to feel your wallets ache as we have the official specs for Prison, TerrorVision, and The Video Dead.
The lovable sickos over at The Scream Factory have just premiered the artwork for their upcoming 2013 release of Prison, and as expected, it's a winner! Check out the goods right here, and continue to do your Blu-ray Dance of Joy and Mirth™!
More Updates from Scream Factory: Blu-ray Artwork for The Nest & Deadly Blessing; Prison Announced for 2013
Over the last couple of days The Scream Factory's Facebook page has been revealing the artwork for their upcoming Blu-rays of The Nest and Deadly Blessing. In addition, today being Friday, they also announced another new release for us to look forward to: 1988's Prison.
The Suffering was a fun horror game that you might remember from a few years back set in a rather nightmarish prison. Well, 1up.com brings word that you can now download the PC version of the game for free from FileFront. The game came out in 2004, so if you're reading this on a PC bought since then, there's a good chance the game will run on it.