Rob Zombie will direct a brand new take on classic sitcom The Munsters.
With Halloween at the end of the month, we have compiled the perfect list of our favourite spooky films to get you in the mood for tricks and treats !
Horror Icon Sid Haig has passed away at the age of 80.
This sad news was announced on his Instagram today (23/09/19).
We spoke with legendary actor Michael Berryman known for his many unique roles in films such as The Hills Have Eyes (1977), The Devil’s Reject’s, Lords of Salem, Weird Science & One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest as well as appearing in TV shows such as The X Files,
“….One day a gentleman walked in and asked me “Are you an actor?” I found that pretty funny.”
Horror Month – June 2015
We spoke with horror legend Bill Moseley known for his role as Choptop Sawyer in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. He has had many other notable roles in horror including House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween (2007) with Rob Zombie and Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness.
” I loved and was terrified! by the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre”
Horror Month – June 2015
“Rob Zombie is a very cool, mellow, relaxed director who is open to suggestions and ideas and is very easy to work with. I’ve asked many other directors for weapons… I asked him for a gun and he said, “sure, you can have the sheriff’s gun”
This film from writer/director Marcel Walz is the follow-up (but not a direct sequel) to the 2007 film ‘Seed’; which followed Max Seed on a rampage of blood and gore.
Max Seed (played by Nick Principe in this film) is not in our opinion a modern day slasher icon such as Michael Myers (Halloween franchise), Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th Franchise) or Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise) but was clearly deemed ‘popular’ enough to spawn a blood-soaked sequel; although this time he’s not killing alone.
The story resolves around a group of four friends (Christine – Natalie Scheetz, Olivia – Christa Campbell, Claire – Annika Strauss and Barbara – Sarah Hayden) on their way home from a bachelorette party in Las Vegas. The film opens strongly with a grotesque horror sequence that stays with the audience long after the fade out before flashing back to the girls leaving Las Vegas; this in itself is not an unusual device for a horror film but as the film continues we realise the story is chopped up completely out of sequence and scenes appear to be inserted at random without consideration for the plot and character development Continue reading