Derek Dennis Herbert’s documentary, To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story from Dread Central Presents is a touching and intimate look into the career and private life of one of Hollywood’s scariest icons.
If you liked the 1976 outlaw country music documentary Heartworn Highways, it is now available on home video, along with a new companion doc called Heartworn Highways Revisited.
Hello, fiends! It’s time for another Week In Horror. I hope everyone has enjoyed the long weekend and thanked a vet, if you had the chance. This week we’re looking at Halloween news, a GTD action figure, and lots more!
In this week’s The Week In Horror, Lars Von Trier creates controversy, Godzilla has a change of plans, and Wes Craven’s Swamp Thing gets the Blu treatment.
Izzy Lee’s latest short film My Monster is just one more example of the filmmaker’s mastery of diverse types of storytelling.
Swamp Thing series, Blumhouse on TV, Aja meets Raimi + more, all on this installment of The Week in Horror.
We’re making up for this column’s recent absence by telling you about all the new music this week, including Chis Cavoretto, Gang of Four, DOA, Mick Harvey, and more.
This edition of The Week in Horror includes the return of Leprechaun, a Don Coscarelli autobio, neo-giallo ‘Cold Hell’ and much more.
We live in a world where major retailers are either drastically reducing or completely phasing out their CD sections, a world where rock and roll has been completely devalued by rampant streaming and piracy.
If you’re at SXSW, you can see the debut of Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger on March 12, 13, and 15, a movie in which group of punks run afoul of a psychotic park ranger.
This week: The Buttertones, YOB, Ho99o9, and 3teeth.
A Rob Zombie box set?! New Pop!? Find out about this and more in The Week In Horror.