A couple of flicks we've been talking about for quite some time are finally hitting store shelves this week including the animated Dante's Inferno, the long-awaited Dead Tone (formerly known as 7eventy 5ive) from directors Brian Hooks and Deon Taylor, and the three-disc exploitation extravaganza known as Shock Festival from Stephen Romano (with a couple of commentaries from our own Uncle Creepy).
We told you a few weeks back that as a companion piece to his massive original book Shock Festival, Stephen Romano would be releasing a multi-volume DVD collection (also titled Shock Festival) of rarities he dug up with some friends that not only takes scenes from actual films but also incorporates the fictional previews for the movies from his book.
Author Stephen Romano gave horror fans a rare vintage treat last year with his Shock Festival novel that paid homage to the schlock and B-movies genre by creating a history of visuals and stories about films that only existed in the depths of his massive imagination.
Well, folks, after about two years of bloodying my nose on the grindhouse grindstone, my new book Shock Festival (pre-order) hits stores next week, and you are invited, one and all, to the Week long Shock Festival celebration, w
On October 29th, the highly anticipated new exploitation movie tribute book Shock Festival will be available in all its full-color gory glory (pre-order it here)!
Our final winner is the brainchild of Justin Dunnuck, who submitted quite a number of really cool entries, all of which I really liked. With Cannibal Call Girls he leads us out with a bang, and the art this week is by the awesome David Allcock, a recent addition to the Shock Festival wrecking crew.
This week's winner is ... we don't know! Yup, the lucky fiend who got selected wished to stay anonymous. All we know is that the idea was sprouted from Holly Knight's '80's super band, Device.
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!
Steve Romano just turned in this week's winning entry in our ongoing Shock Festival contest and I gotta say; this is my favorite one so far!
Scorpio Film Releasing is proud to announce that Richard Griffin's Beyond the Dunwich Horror will be screening on Friday, June 13th, at 11:59 PM in the Cable Car Cinema.
Just got the first word from Stephen Romano himself that posters from the upcoming Shock Festival book will be appearing in The Hills Run Red.
Mr. Stephen Romano just sent us over this week's winner in our ongoing Shock Festival contest. The man's name is "Paul" and his film is entitled, of course, Shark Women of Sex Island! Romano had this to say about the concept;
Well it’s taken a bit longer than we expected, but I think the end result is worth it, no? Yes! The second week winner in our ongoing Shock Festival contest is David Schmidt with his entry Read Your Death on My Skin!