Serial Killer: 20th Anniversary Edition DVD Coming this October... July 28, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Robot Jox (1989) July 27, 2015 | Dave Wain
DTV Junkyard 28 July 24, 2015 | Dave Wain
Kings of Cult: Charles Band chats to Roger Corman... July 23, 2015 | Dave Wain
Split Second (1992) July 23, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
WIN: Cult British Actioner Shopping on Blu-ray... July 21, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Tourist Trap Vinyl Coming From Waxwork Records... July 21, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Blu-ray Bites: The Thing with Two Heads (1972)... July 20, 2015 | Dave Wain
Legacy of Rage Slinks Silently Onto UK Blu-ray This November... July 20, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
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Wildly imaginative but achingly dreadful, Texas Chain Saw maestro Tobe Hooper’s fiery oddity is a fascinating so-bad-it’s-good B-movie, now available on limited edition Blu-ray from Code Red.
Let’s be completely clear: Tobe Hooper’s SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION is one cruddy movie. Yet despite …
Swansea’s finest delivers one of his best films yet, so what better time than now for ZOMBIE HAMSTER to catch up with the low budget auteur, to quiz him about life behind the camera.
Andrew Jones is barely into his …
Our own lil’ Hamster Dave Wain’s look back at neglected mid-90’s slasher THE FEAR is up at DELIRIUM MAGAZINE‘s site now. Featuring a chinwag with this direct-to-video pearl’s scribe, Ron Ford, you can check it out after the jump:
Shaggily scripted but gorgeous to look at, Highlander helmer Russell Mulcahy’s entertaining superhero flick makes its UK Blu-ray bow from distributor MediumRare.
Described by Quentin Tarantino as “the poor man’s Ridley Scott” in Mark Hartley’s cracking Ozploitation doc Not …
Director Albert Pyun’s nineties video classics make their long-awaited British Blu bow in a half-hearted Platinum Cult Edition port from 101 Films.
Occupying a spot at the top end of much maligned schlock auteur Albert Pyun’s dense resume – neatly sandwiched …
A genre-spanning mix of elements result in a career highlight for one of cinema’s most underrated talents.
Larry Cohen doesn’t fit.
You can’t group him with that explosion of visionary horror filmmakers that the seventies spawned; Romero, Craven, Carpenter, Hooper. …
Fred Olen Ray’s delirious cult schlocker is given a spectacular, extras-packed HD overhaul, courtesy of Retromedia and 88 Films.
One of the all-time great B flicks – number four according to men’s mag Maxim – a UK release worthy of director …
Boston based filmmaker Izzy Lee has been very active on the festival scene this year, with two of her pieces (Legitimate, Picket) doing the rounds internationally. This Halloween she is co-producing a very special showcase of Nevermore, starring …