Today on 66 HORROR FLIX we honor one of horrors greats that has recently passed, George A. Romero. The name George Romero is synonymous with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD, etc. The 1972 film SEASON OF THE WITCH was written, directed, shot and edited by Romero himself.
WISH UPON will be receiving its home entertainment release in Canada on Tuesday, October 10th. This will include iTunes, Google Play, VOD, Blu-Ray, and DVD! Thanks to the beauties at D Films, we are giving away a limited number of iTunes codes so you can check out this movie for
RIFT (Rökkur) is an Icelandic film that is as stunning and slow moving as the glaciers that surround our two lead characters. Set in an extremely remote and secluded area surrounded by water, glaciers and dotted with mostly abandoned cabins and huts, Einar (Sigurður Þór Óskarsson) has retreated to his
I had the privilege of being invited to preview the traveling exhibition of art and memorabilia that usually reside in “The Bleak House“. Owned by visionary director Guillermo del Toro, the house is legendary due to it being less of a house and more of a love letter to monsters,
*GET YOURSELF TOGETHER , MIKEY will play at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 30* For Tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival/tickets Mikey’s (played by the fantastic Tom Hagi) situation is one part therapy and one part THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY. After a shocking (to him) breakup Mikey goes to the store to do what most
Oh man is today’s lesson at Horror University an AWESOME one! Today our host Jim Towns takes us on a field trip to the SON OF MONSTERPALOOZA convention in Burbank California to talk about monsters. As an added bonus, he has brought along some very special guest speakers to chime
*DEATH METAL will play before TERRIFIER at 9:30 p.m. on Thurs, September 28* To buy tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/PhiladelphiaUnnamedFilmFestival/tickets Let me start by saying that I am a fan of death metal as a musical genre. In fact, I find it oddly soothing at times. The “music” played by our musician
So it’s no big secret that sci-fi isn’t exactly my bag, but I always try to keep an open mind. Matt Campagna, my film review partner-in-crime, happens to adore sci-fi and sees so much good in it, even when it’s bad. That brings us to today’s review, THE ORVILLE. THE
FF: Tell us about your mother’s real-life adventures in “the Land of the Headhunters,” and how that inspired HEADHUNTER. MS: First, you want to watch this (it’s about a minute long): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB93E0Ct3W8 My mom, Vivian Murdoch, grew up in a small Alberta town with a population of about a hundred.
When I received a press release regarding the partnership of D Films Corp and veteran producer Rob Merilees to develop Canadian film and television I was elated to see that their first project will be a series based on HEADHUNTER, a novel by horror writer and my dear friend Michael