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We’re living in a golden of age of re-releases, aren’t we? Every week, we read about the return of a horror classic (cult or otherwise), remastered and full-to-bursting with bonuses. Looks like we can add another one to the expanding list, with Synapse Films’ announcement of the Can-Con slasher, PROM NIGHT getting the special edition treatment this time out.
One of Rue Morgue’s favourite artists, Jason Edmiston, will be one of the many illustrators on-hand for this year’s big show and he’s cooked up something special for your eyeballs’ enjoyment, to be unveiled at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Brace your peepers and click the link.
Thought we were done with today’s guest announcements for Festival of Fear, didn’t ya? You couldn’t be more wrong. Because we’re feeling generous – festive, even – we’re giving you Christmas early this year. Read on for all the August holiday cheer.
With the release of a new comic series and the long-awaited unveiling of The Director’s Cut in October, the resurgence of Clive Barker’s NIGHTBREED in pop-culture awareness continues to grow. Well, it looks we can add another offshoot to the mix with Morgan Creek’s recent announcement of an ongoing television series based on the 1990 cult-classic.
If you happen to find yourself in Chicago on Saturday, July 12th (and if you live there already…good on you!), there are far worse things you can do with your time there than to check out TERROR IN THE AISLES SHORT HORROR FILM MARATHON at The Davis Theatre.
There are a lot of colours in the horror rainbow besides “pitch-black”, and HOCUS-POCUS occupies a special space in that rainbow. And now comes word of a sequel to the now perennial Halloween cult-classic.
He’s best known for his 1971 classic THE LAST PICTURE SHOW starring Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges and the indescribable Cybil Sheppard but for my more macabre tastes, I’ll always think more fondly of his debut feature, the Roger Corman produced 1968 modern horror masterpiece TARGETS starring Boris Karloff in what was not only his last great performance on screen but one of the most fascinating performances of his entire career.