Attention, fellow sickos! Here's an excellent reason to break out that VCR you still have lurking by the TV: Cult Movie Mania and Grindhouse Releasing are joining forces to release VHS versions of Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox, and other gory classics.
Remember the good old days of trolling the video rental horror section and just starring agape at the wondrous collection of VHS horror cover art? Well, this Halloween we're ready to celebrate all things horror by taking you back to the days of grotesque VHS cover art in our massive gallery. Enjoy.
Horror anthology series V/H/S is back with another addition, titled V/H/S: Viral, and the new red band trailer does NOT disappoint. Mainly because one of the monsters appears to be folks with deadly genitals.
Do you have a VCR? Then it's time to dust it off, because if you still own one, then chances are you're a fan of the format, as well as the weird, goofy direct-to-VHS titles of the '80s. The new documentary Rewind This! is their ultimate tribute — plus, the movie actually comes out on videotape!
It seems that the horror anthology V/H/S has claimed a second fainting victim. During a screening last night at the Nuart Theater in Los Angeles, one audience member fainted during a grisly scene, the same one that caused a viewer to faint at Sundance.
V/H/S knows that horror and film have a very special relationship. We sit in the dark and subject ourselves to the chills on the other side of the screen, daring ourselves to imagine those onscreen horrors creeping up behind us. The new found footage anthology film, which has been available on-demand, opens its…
Ti West scared our pants off with House of the Devil and Innkeepers. Now he's one of the cutting-edge directors behind the new horror anthology film V/H/S, directing the terrifying segment "Second Honeymoon." He'll be here at noon to answer all of your questions about V/H/S and about horror cinema in general.
We're dying to see the horror anthology flick VHS, a collection of five vignettes from such indie moviemakers as Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers), David Bruckner (The Signal), Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead), Adam Wingard (A Horrible Way to Die), and Simon Barrett (You're Next).
All this week, the eminently entertaining Monster Brains is doing a round-up of astoundingly atrocious horror and science fiction 1980s VHS art. Looking at these covers reminds me of my old neighborhood video store, right down to that mysterious room with the cowboy doors. Here's a sampling of Monster Brains' choicest…
In 1990, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles kicked off the "Coming Out of Their Shells" hair metal tour, a corporate cash grab so abysmal and confounding that it made children everywhere doubt that friendly genetic abominations lived in Manhattan's sewage.Basically it's just incredibly uncomfortable to…