Video for Tears by HEALTH is groundbreakingly morbid!!

There are two types of music videos in this world, this one and everything else. Not since video director Chris Cunningham did the highly controversial…then, but tame now, video for The Aphex Twins song “Come To Daddy“, have I ever seen a music video that truly disturbed me. From a technical stand point, this isContinue reading “Video for Tears by HEALTH is groundbreakingly morbid!!”

Red Band trailer for The ABC’s of Death is some sick and twisted fun

Just watched this crazy trailer for MAGNET FILMS The ABC’s Of Death. This anthology is a compilation of short films by some of the best directors in the horror business. Guys like Jason Eisener (Hobo with a Shotgun), Xavier Gens (Frontiers), Ti West (House of the Devil) are just a few who have lent theirContinue reading “Red Band trailer for The ABC’s of Death is some sick and twisted fun”

Intro to Cosmicism 101: The Lovecraft Anthology Vol. 1 & 2 Edited by Dan Lockwood

“Searchers after horror haunt strange, far places.”  ―    H.P. Lovecraft What is the Necronomicon?  Cthulhu?  Yog-Sogoth?  Arkham?  What is this ‘cosmic horror’ genre all about?  Whether you’re someone that’s wise to this jargon, or just the casually interested, The LoveCraft Anthologies Volumes 1 & 2 have something to offer.  After reading both graphics, I can nowContinue reading “Intro to Cosmicism 101: The Lovecraft Anthology Vol. 1 & 2 Edited by Dan Lockwood”

Not even the legendary Malcolm McDowell can save you from “Silent Hill: Revelation”

As a fan of the game franchise and the first film “Silent Hill” (2006, starring Radha Mitchell), it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact moment when “Silent Hill: Revelation” goes totally, completely wrong. Like a long term relationship gone to fester, there are so many rotten little things going on in this film that you’re neitherContinue reading “Not even the legendary Malcolm McDowell can save you from “Silent Hill: Revelation””

‘Interview with the Vampire’ to be released as graphic novel, told from Claudia’s point of view

Are not the child vampires the most horrifying and intriguing?  As fine a job that Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise did as Louise and Lestat, respectfully, it could very well be said that Kirsten Dunst stole the show with her portrayal of Claudia in the 1994 film adaptation of Anne Rice’s, Interview with the Vampire. Continue reading “‘Interview with the Vampire’ to be released as graphic novel, told from Claudia’s point of view”