Just in time for Halloween, two of the 80s greatest sci-fi/horror films have spectacular new Blu-ray releases.
Cowboys and cannibals jump-start Halloween.
Hey, do what you like. Go ahead and waste your money, Hollywood financiers. Use it like toilet paper, for all I care.
From the mid-70s to the late 80s, John Carpenter was an industry unto himself, variously writing, directing, producing, scoring and/or appearing in a string of well-executed genre entertainments that relied…
A Tarantino film gave a whole new meaning to a ’56 Coasters hit
Scott Malchus celebrates Halloween with John Carpenter’s “The Thing” in this week’s Basement Songs
Scott Malchus opens the basement door to his new series and discusses the 1988 noir thriller, “Tequila Sunrise.”
In this week’s mixtape you’ll find pairs of the same song by two different artists. I did try to lay down some ground rules for myself, though: 1. No parody…
We’ve collected our top 10 favorite movies that are guaranteed to kick your ass. Bring your large soda and popcorn along as we count them down.
The 1979 biopic, Elvis, has finally found a home on DVD thanks to Shout! Factory. This made-for-TV movie was a huge success when it originally aired. There’s no question why:…