Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster talks about how the band maintain their consistency ahead of new album ‘Violence Unimagined‘.
Successful businessman Marquis T. Woods (Omari Hardwick) learns that his abusive father has died. While flying to his father’s…
The ancient, English forest around the old market town of Buckingham choked the night sky glitter of stars and…
Horror fans rejoice! On May 26th, Blue Underground is releasing the classic horror flicks Maniac and Zombie in true…
Brian Wallinger is an award-winning filmmaker, responsible for movies such as the recent Bleeding Solar and upcoming horror film, Used Body Parts. We spoke with Wallinger about his career in film, working on a documentary for NASA, modern horror, and production company Inner City Pictures.
Tales to Horrify (Pulverised Records) may entirely fail to horrify its intended target audience, but in doing so makes a bold statement regarding Opposition Party’s role as the voice of musical resistance in South-East Asia today.
Kansas City metal heavyweights Orphans of Doom join us for this chilling Top 10 to list their favourite modern horror films.
Cult video status is something earned, not freely given – and Arrow Video’s Blu-ray re-release of Irvin Berwick’s Hitchhike to Hell unfortunately doesn’t quite hit the mark, despite a quality restoration.
The 1987 film reinterpretation of the 1979 classic gothic horror novel, Flowers in the Attic, has met mixed reviews over time: from praise for its craft to scorn for its script. Nevertheless, it is deserving of a fresh pair of eyes, and in glorious high definition on this Blu-ray release by Arrow Video.
Boston metalcore and horror film aficionados, Ice Nine Kills, fresh off the October 25th release of The Silver Scream: The Final Cut via Fearless Records, lend us their lead singer, Spencer Charnas, for a Top 10 feature to thrill, terrify, and titillate with his favourite slasher film kills of all time.
It figures that a band named American Grim would be your “worst nightmare” on Halloween. Celebrating the release of their new eOne album Ultra Black tomorrow, the “shock rock” band joins us for their TOP 10 “Lesser-Known Nightmare-Inducing Movies.”
Despite the fun ‘80s horror thematic concept and some excellent songwriting, Night of Whispering Souls (Extreme Metal Music) by Croatian one-man black metal project Tryglav, the album leaves an impression of entertainment rather than long-term engagement.
Nashville blues rock trio, Indianola will issue their new album, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, on May 10th, and, supporting the new record, we connected with frontman Owen Beverly for a TOP 10 list of his favourite horror movie soundtracks.