Large news on the remake front, crazy things happening in the DC Universe, John Carpenter returns to comics, and more in The Week in Horror.
‘Kids of the Black Hole,’ the new punksploitation horror anthology from St. Rooster Press, is an obscene finger gesture in a world of pageant waves.
‘Midsommar’ garners praise, ‘3 From Hell’ marketing shows its Italian western influences, and Arrow and Criterion movies on the cheap in The Week in Horror.
In the end, it wasn’t fire, drowning, or demons that killed Jason Voorhees. It was lawyers. Tim Murr mourns the end of a franchise in ‘The Week in Horror.’
Robert Dean Lurie thoughtfully examines the college rock roots of R.E.M. in his book, ‘Begin the Begin: R.E.M.’s Early Years.’
‘The Banana Splits Movie’ might be the reboot we didn’t know we needed! Also, new stuff from Mike Flanagan, Glenn Danzig, and Rob Zombie!
‘The Week in Horror’ laments ‘Swamp Thing’ and ‘Dark Phoenix,’ but has high hopes for the big pig in the Outback movie, ‘Boar.’
Monsters, both reptilian and human, dominate The Week in Horror as Tim Murr talks about the new ‘Swamp Thing’ series and the final ‘Rambo’ film.
‘The Week in Horror’ takes three genre greats and slaps them together in the same article. King! Carpenter! Fessenden! It’s the club sandwich of horror!
The Arrow Video Blu-ray of the 1975 giallo sleazefest, ‘Strip Nude for Your Killer,’ looks great. Tim Murr says the movie isn’t bad, either.
Fulci lives, and so do Pennywise and some 90s vampires in ‘The Week in Horror.’ Plus a whole bunch of crocodiles! Where did those come from?
Shudder nabs Wexler’s punks, Elder Gods get captured, and demonic attachments are all the rage in this edition of ‘The Week in Horror.’