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Three New Blu-Ray Releases From Scream Factory Bring John Carpenter Classics Home

Going to be another huge year for John Carpenter fans – it would appear.  A new chapter in the Halloween franchise hits this fall but before that – it’s time to visit some of the modern masters earlier and in some cases – overlooked works.  Enter Scream Factory who have made their name in giving […]

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Holy Crap – We’ve Got Some Pics Of Micheal Myers And They’re Pretty Awesome

The big news from the Halloween remake camp up to this point had been the fact that we woud finally be getting our much anticipated first look at a full trailer come Friday – and we figured that would have to suffice for the next few days so imagine our surprise when USA Today hit […]

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[Podcast] In the Mouth of Madness (1995) – Episode 39 – Decades of Horror 1990s and Beyond

“Do you read Sutter Cane?” It’s the question on everyone’s lips. Well, everyone except John Trent (Sam Neill), an insurance investigator out to find the truth. Always has the upper hand on any situation, including the disappearance of mmega-successfulhorror author Sutter Cane (Jürgen Prochnow). Of course, the world of Cane has so much more to […]

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Robert Rodriguez Tapped To Bring Snake Plissken Back To The Big Screen

Back at the start of the year – we got the first rumblings that Robert Rodriguez was possibly in the running to helm the rumored reboot of the classic John Carpenter flick Escape From New York.  Personally – was intrugedby the idea but as things tend to do in the film world – things went […]

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[Podcast] The Fog (1980) – Episode 122 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “You are weird. Thank God you’re weird. The last one was so normal, it was disgusting.” Elizabeth Solley (Jamie Lee Curtis) loves herself some weirdos. Including the weirdest man of all: Tom Atkins without a mustache! Halloween is getting pretty foggy for Decades of Horror 1980s as they one of the first horror films […]

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John Carpenter Returns To The Road – Video For ‘Christine’

If you’ve been paying attention – the fact that horror legend John Caprenter has – of late – been spending time recording music and touring with his band, bringing a new experience for fans of this true icon on the genre. It was announce a few weeks back that a new album would be making […]

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[Podcast] Christine (1983) – Episode 110 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “Whoa, whoa. You better watch what you say about my car. She’s real sensitive.” Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) is rather protective of his 1957 Plymouth Fury named Christine. He worked hard to restore it, pretty much rebuilding it from the ground up. Arnie doesn’t appreciate when people mince words in front of her. Or worse, […]

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Robert Rodriguez Tapped To Helm ‘Escape From New York’ Reboot

Here’s a bit of surprising news on this proposed project.  The notion of an Escape From New York retooling has been bouncing around for a while now.  A ton of Carpenter’s properties have already undergone that procedure – with varying degrees of success or failure – depending on where you stand on things.   One that […]

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[Podcast] They Live (1988) – Episode 103 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.” Nada (Rowdy Roddy Piper) comes out of his consumer coma and is ready to blow some aliens away. The satirical sci-fi actioner from horror master John Carpenter is a schlocky example of 80s cheese… with an actual brain […]

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Halloween Reboot Receives Some Unexpected News

Good old Micheal Myers – he just can’t seem to leave the horror film scene.  Rumors of another chapter in the fan-favorite franchise have been swirling for years with the previous big announcement being that Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton were going to grab the knife by the handle and give it a swing.  Well, […]

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[Podcast] John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) – Episode 93 – Decades of Horror 1980s

“I know you gentlemen have been through a lot, but when you find the time, I’d rather not spend the rest of this winter tied to this fucking couch!” – Gary (Donald Moffat) protests mightily after MacReady violently completes the blood test on the trapped survivors in the Antarctic Station! This shocking segment is just […]

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Interview: Joe Begos (The Mind’s Eye)

Writer/Director Joe Begos began gathering notice with his first film, a short called Bad Moon Rising (2011). After that he began work on his first full length feature, 2013’s Almost Human, which was a hit on the festival circuit, and very popular on home video. He’s now promoting his latest film, The Mind’s Eye, which […]

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“The Puppet Man” (2016): Night on the Town Turns Deadly in Stylish Horror Short

Lit in lurid neon colors and dripping with a sense of menace and dread from its opening moments, writer/director Jacqueline Castel’s new horror short The Puppet Man is a captivating fear-fare entry. Right away, viewers know that four young people are in a place they shouldn’t be when they stumble into a seedy bar on […]

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[Podcast] The Walking Dead Season 6 Finale – HNR 3rd Anniversary – Episode 157 – Horror News Radio

The Walking Dead ends its sixth season with the much anticipated debut of Negan played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. The 90 minutes finale follows Rick and much of the cast as they race to get Maggie to Hilltop but find themselves in a game of cat and mouse with the Saviors. Negan introduces the crew […]

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[Podcast] Pride and Prejudice and Zombies – Episode 149 – Horror News Radio

The adaptation of the Seth Grahame-Smith parody hit Pride and Prejudice and Zombies stumbles into theaters this weekend making barely a dent in the box office. While the horror-fied version of the Jane Austin classic was a hit with Vixen and Doc Rotten, it did not impress Thomas Mariani and the Black Saint much at all. With […]