There is truly nothing like a classic movie poster. They can be found everywhere from pinned up on a teenager's bedroom wall to framed in an art gallery or museum. And when talented artists come up with variant artwork for some of our favorite films, that's a fun time, too!
Sad news has hit the literary world today as Gary Brandner, author of The Howling, has passed away. Details are a bit on the scant side at the moment, but you can read on for what we do know.
I envy my CA friends a lot, but never more than when a 35 mm screening of a personal favorite is shown. Which means I usually spend about one weekend a month cursing my poor choice in geographical locale. CA-based Dread readers - I implore you - go see this one in my stead!
We don't know about you cats but we are proud to live in a world in which Ninja III: The Domination can see the light of day in a high quality extras loaded Blu-ray release. Oh, Scream Factory... how we love you!
The Scream Factory Outdoes Itself with the Announcement of Six HUGE Horror Titles Coming to Blu-ray in 2013
The Fog! The Howling! The Burning! Day of the Dead! Night of the Comet! Lifeforce! Coming to Blu-ray in 2013! Thank you, Scream Factory!
Man at bar: Hey, Ernie? Put that pepper steak on for me, would ya? And a hamburger for the lady. Ernie: How do ya want that? Man at bar: How do you want it, honey? Marsha Quist: Rare.
DVD Releases: 6/15/2010: When The Horseman Meets The Stepfather, Feel the Supernatural Terror Inside
It's a good week for Blu-ray player owners as a batch of old favorites is being re-released on the format including Darkman, The Stepfather (the original), Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, and our pick of the week, Supernatural: The Complete First Season.
Know who we love? Dee Wallace that's who. So much so that we couldn't resist hanging with her for a bit and getting her view on her long and amazing career. Get ready to spend a few minutes with one very classy horror-loving lady!
A handful of rather bizarre DVD re-releases are on tap this week for some reason including Evil Remains, Shallow Ground, and Satan's Little Helper; but at least they're accompanied by several new films, a box set of the entire Friday the 13th: The Series, a twin-pack of Carnival of Souls in both color and black & white, and Shaun of the Dead and Godzilla on Blu-ray!
Disclaimer: This article may contain sarcasm, irony and “LOLs”; proceed with caution.
I really don’t know how I feel about this story. On the one hand, I grew up watching The Howling; it was one of two primary films that got me into horror in general and werewolf films in particular (guess the other…). On the other, it’s definitely a flawed movie that could benefit from a fresh perspective on it.