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Bob and Zipp are joined in this installment by multiple guests as they explore what NetFlix has to offer in horror movies and their thoughts. Give it a listen, perhaps you’ll get some good recommendations.
Continue reading NRQ Presents – Stream(ing) Of Consciousness: One Boob. Two Scenes.
It’s the zombie apocalypse! Come on, we’re scouts! We’re trained for this!
Despite wide spreading Zombie-fatigue, this flick actually looks worthwhile. Writer/director Christopher Landon’s new horror comedy, which appears to be in the vein of Shaun of the Dead, will put the fabled preparadness of scouts to the test when they must face a zombie outbreak. Check out the (NSFW) trailer…
Continue reading Countdown to Halloween: Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
The costume stores may be selling out of Dracula and slutty nurse costumes, but hard core geeks have been known to bring their A-Game when it comes to Halloween. And while dressing up yourself can be tons of fun, lucky geeks with candy fetching minions are putting their talents to work creating some amazing costumes for their kids.
Continue reading Countdown to Halloween: Playing Dress Up, Costume Hits and Horrors
Written by: Bobby Panzarella
Almost anyone you ask will tell you that horror’s Golden Era resides firmly within the ’80s (though the ’90s certainly held their own). How could it not be the ’80s? It was the decade of slasher villains, practical effects, and kickass synthesizer soundtracks. Not to mention just sheer greatness in numbers; we’re lucky to get one good horror movie a year nowadays! But one of the last gems of that era, Scream, has proven to be both a deafening end to the heyday of horror, and the beginning of something new.
Though it so effortlessly brought together and celebrated all the essential trademarks of the films before it, it effectively labeled the entire genre as silly and clichéd, not unlike what the Austin Powers films did for the James Bond series. Post Scream and its subsequent imitators (I Know What You Did Last Summer, Urban Legend, etc.), the state of horror has been hard to nail down. I’ve broken things down to a few major categories to give you a better grasp on what horror means to the millennial generation.
Continue reading Countdown to Halloween: A History of Modern Horror
Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan have been tapped by Universal, to serve as the architects on a rebooted classic monsters universe which would include Universal’s most revered movie monsters like Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, Creature Of The Black Lagoon, The Invisible Man, Bride Of Frankenstein and The Mummy.
Continue reading Countdown To Halloween: Universal Rebooting Their Monsters
Recently there has been a step back to the cinematic style of the 1980s, and with it the movies that use this style are bringing back a forgotten (by some, not by me) format, the VHS tape. Drive and Hobo with a Shotgun are two of the earliest versions I can think of that have encapsulated the spirit and aesthetics of the ’80s.
Hobo with a Shotgun in particular takes the gritty, grimy feel of the VHS phenomenon and brings it right back to the modern-day. Turbo Boy also follows in this vein, while V/H/S brought a more gritty view of the found footage genre. Wolf Cop may not have had the same color scheme as many of the films from the ’80s, but it had that sense of wackiness, fun and violence that I would expect to see from VHS of that time.
Continue reading Countdown to Halloween: Straight To Video, The B-Movie Odyssey
If you haven’t seen it yet, we’ve got the first official trailer for Bone Tomahawk, the “horror western” starring Kurt Russell that premiered at Fantastic Fest back at the end of September.
Check out the trailer below:
Continue reading Bone Tomahawk Trailer: Kurt Russell Stars In New Horror Western