After the longest wait, The Evil Within is here. I’ve spent a lot of time with the game and found it to be a flawed, but still pretty damn good horror game. Its few weaknesses are largely drowned out by its inventive boss battles, fantastically atmospheric world, varied combat and creative creature designs. Below you’ll find the game’s launch trailer, and I’ve also included its first TV spot, because everybody likes those.
If you’re still on the fence about it, I suggest you check out our review.
The Evil Within is available now on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Currently available on all digital platforms from RLJ / Image Entertainment, check out this exclusive clip from Scott Di Lalla’s I Am Zozo.
“On Halloween night, five teens decide to liven up their party with some innocent fun: by summoning the spirits. At first, it’s all nervous laughter and scoffing. Then, the night takes a sinister turn: the board reveals truths, exposes secrets it cannot possibly know, and triggers inexplicable events within the darkened house. As the session continues, an entity reveals itself: Zozo. And as the terrified teens are about to discover, once you make contact with this ancient, demonic force, you’re no longer playing a game… the game is playing you. A pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat supernatural thriller based on multiple reports of spirit board encounters with this savagely malicious spirit.”
Kelly McLaren, Courtney Foxworthy, Demetrius Sager, Caleb DeBattista, Caleb Courtney, Darren Wayne Evans star.
Dan Polydoris of Chicago Toy Collector just released a Halloween Treat for the ages – a slew of custom vintage-style “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” based on horror movie slashers.
“In the 90’s, Playmates created a line of ‘Ninja Turtles’ for just about everything, including Olympians, astronauts, Universal monsters, mildly racist Wild West characters, and more,” he explains. “Those crappy (in a good way) ‘Ninja Turtle’ sets were the inspiration to make some of my own vintage-style custom ‘Ninja Turtles’ based on classic horror movie slashers.
“I kit-bashed about a dozen different vintage figures to create these guys (individual breakdowns below), and I even accompanied them with a logo similar to the kind Playmates used for each of their lines. Given the company’s love of alliteration and apostrophes (ie. Mutant Military Turtles, Rock n’ Rollin’ Turtles, Wacky Wild West Turtles, etc…), this line was dubbed “Sewer Slashin’ Turtles.” “
Check out the four turtles rocking costumes inspired by Friday the 13th, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Halloween and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
Undercover Don’s hat
Punker Don’s face and legs
Star Trek Turtle’s body and arms
Robotic Bebop’s glove
Casy Jones’ mask
Somebody’s head (I can’t remember at this point)
Road Racin’ Mike’s body and arms
Make My Day Leo’s legs
Some weapon that I can’t remember
Crazy Clownin’ Mike’s body
Make My Day Leo’s arms
Slapshot Leo’s head
Star Trek Turtle’s crotch
Casey Jones’ legs
Body Slammin’ Mike’s cape
Killer Bee’s chainsaw
Undercover Don’s body and arms
Star Trek Raph’s head
Make My Day Leo’s crotch
Rappin’ Mike’s legs
Robotic Bebop’s sword
More laughs come in this opening scene from Dark Sky Films’ absolutely hysterical Summer of Blood (read our review), arriving on VOD and limited theatrical October 17.
Written, directed by and starring Onur Tukel, you’ll get to see his wit in action in the following clip. If you don’t laugh or connect with it, I’m not sure this film is for you. I really do hope you guys enjoy this indie gem as much as I do…
“Writer/director Onur Tukel turns in a hilarious performance as the monumentally lazy, socially oblivious and commitment-shy Erik Sparrow, who is dumped by his career-woman girlfriend (Anna Margaret Hollyman, White Reindeer) when he rejects her rather charitable marriage proposal. Feeling lost, he turns to a disastrous string of online dates that successively eat away at his already-deteriorating confidence until a lanky vampire turns him into an undead ladykiller. Soon, Eric is prowling the streets of Brooklyn in search of anything to satisfy both his maniacal sex drive and his hunger for blood. A collision of absurd, self-deprecating wit and existential curiosity, Summer of Blood is a hilarious horror-comedy with a clever bite all its own.”
Onur Tukel (Septien, Red Flag), Alex Karpovsky (Girls), Anna Margaret Hollyman (Gayby, White Reindeer), Dakota Goldhor (Thumbsucker), Dustin Guy Defa (Bad Fever), Keith Poulson (Hellaware, Listen Up Phillip) all star.
Here’s a second clip that’s equally funny.
I just received the most bizarre e-mail that I figured I could share as a Halloween Treat.
Apparently, something is happening on October 27th, and it’s going to happen over at the website http://killcast.com.
The site is counting down, with only 12 days until the “Killcast” goes live. Cicking on over to the site you can enter your e-mail address for updates – but be warned, you may start getting creepy letters in your inbox, too.
Check out what “Merrick” sent me…
The fifth heart-pounding installment in the action-packed sci-fi comedy-adventure franchise, Tremors 5 began principal photography in South Africa on September 22, Bloody Disgusting learned.
With even more deadly creatures on the loose, Tremors 5 continues the films’ hallmark combination of adrenaline-laced suspense, explosive action and tongue-in-cheek humor. As previously reported, Michael Gross returns for his fifth appearance in the Tremors films alongside new cast member, Scream film series star Jamie Kennedy in this original release from Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production entity of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
Tremors 5 will be released on Blu-Ray Hi-Def, DVD and Digital HD in 2016.
“The theatrical release of the original Tremors in 1990 combined suspense-filled action, sci-fi imagination and witty humor in the tale of a tiny Nevada town terrorized by giant man-eating worms known as Graboids. The Graboids eventually morphed into even more deadly creatures known as Ass Blasters. In this all-new adventure that travels halfway around the world to South Africa, the Graboids and the Ass Blasters are not only bigger and badder but Tremors 5 introduces an additional unexpected surprise that raises the stakes in the battle for survival.“
“The Tremors franchise has built a reputation for high intensity fun and suspense and this installment takes it to a whole new level,” said Glenn Ross, General Manager and Executive Vice President, Universal 1440 Entertainment.
Michael Gross (“Anger Management,” “Suits,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Family Ties,” Tremors franchise) returns as weapons enthusiast and expert subterranean creature hunter Burt Gummer with Jamie Kennedy (“The Cleveland Show,” “Ghost Whisperer,” Scream series) as his new right hand man, tech-savvy Travis. The pair are joined by an international cast as they mount a battle against the deadly creatures that turns out to be far more than they bargained for.
The film is directed by Don Michael Paul (Jarhead 2: Field of Fire, Sniper: Legacy) from a script by John Whelpley (Tremors 3: Back to Perfection) and produced by Ogden Gavanski (The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Fire, Warm Bodies).
An impressive installment, “Clive Barker’s Hellraiser Bestiary” #3 delivers disturbing sights that will bring chills down your spine. Each story in the horror anthology is a knockout when it comes to scares. The “Hellraiser” series have taken the comic book medium by storm, making me wish the movie sequels were more like this.
WRITTEN BY: Ben Meares, Ed Brisson, Mark Miller,
ART BY: Akiel Guzman, Alexis Ziritt, Carlos Magno
PUBLISHER: Boom! Studios
RELEASE: October 14, 2014
Reviewed By Jorge Solis
“Puzzled” follows a little boy who becomes obsessed with solving the ultimate puzzle. In order to make his son happy, a desperate father gives him the Lemarchand’s Box to play with. In “Conduit,” a cenobite is twisting a young man’s mind as he dreams about murder and demons. In “The Hunted: Part Three,” Pinhead realizes he has lost the battle against the gangsters who savagely destroyed his face. The ruler of Hell actually feels like a laughingstock after being defeated by mere mortals.
“Puzzled” is a frightening piece of what measures fathers will take to make their children happy. Writer Ben Meares takes readers inside the mind of a lonely father who has lost faith in himself and being a good parent. Artist Akiel Guzman has done a great job capturing the anguish and turmoil of a young man who can’t solve how to fix his own broken mind and put the pieces back together.
Writer Ed Brisson plays around with storytelling in “Conduit,” by starting with the ending first. We know what’s going to happen but we have to see how this murder actually takes place. Artist Aexis Ziritt delivers the insanity of a mentally disturbed mind in an impressive splash page. We get all the information we need through panel breaks and random images.
Saving the best for last, I love what Mark Miller and Meares have done with Pinhead in “TheHunted.” We see Pinhead at his worst, after having just lost everything. Pinhead is on a self-destructive path, leading to suicidal intentions. Carlos Magno illustrates the ruler of Hell surrounded by religious symbols.
Horror fans should not miss out on “Clive Barker’s Hellraiser Bestiary” #3. I cannot wait to read the next compilation of shorts in the next issue.
Glen Nicholls reveals a taste of the new aggressive and dark sound for the upcoming Latefox Pictures film, The Demolisher directed by Gabriel Carrer (In the House of flies). Glen Nicholls is the founding member of the electronic outfit Future Funk Squad hailing from the UK and has done countless remixes for The Prodigy, Moloko, UNKLE, Hybrid, Muse, Mylo, Stanton Warriors and Bomb The Bass.
The Demolisher chronicles the story of a man named Bruce (Ry Barrett), an ordinary repairman tormented by a crippling sense of responsibility for his disabled wife Samantha (Tianna Nori), a former policewoman and survivor of a gang-related assault. Bruce’s increasing hyper-sensitivity to the injustice suffered by his wife steers him down a dark path of vigilantism. His rapidly disintegrating mental health, paranoia and overwhelming sense of condemnation, Bruce channels his inner-rage, punishing young woman, Marie (Jessica Vano), and finding refuge in a world of intense violence.
Featured below is the red variant poster, an exclusive for Bloody-Disgusting made by the crew at Latefox Pictures.
Last month, Slender: The Arrival came to Xbox 360 and PS3, bringing with it brand new content. Today, all of those goodies made their way to PC in the form of a free update that’s available now for everyone who owns the Steam version of the game. Aside from additional optimization and improved game performance, the update also adds two new levels that can be seen in this announcement trailer.
Anyone planning on returning to Slender: The Arrival, or are you too busy with Alien: Isolation and/or The Evil Within?
In case you missed it during the season five premiere of The Walking Dead, there was a short clip that featured Bear McCreary discussing his favorite aspect regarding composing for the show. The clip shows McCreary in the studio, conducting an orchestra, and speaking to the camera directly about his passion. Check it out below.
Fans of the show have been craving an official soundtrack release since the show premiered. However, it appears that AMC has no plans to release said soundtrack.
“Prometheus: Fire and Stone” #2 picks up exactly where #1 left off with the crew entering the Xenomorph invested ship only to be quickly dispatched in any number of horrific ways. There is as much juicy plot development here as there is carnage and mayhem. This is one of the most exciting books I’ve read in recent memory and beyond that is successful in a multitude of ways. “Fire and Stone” needs to be read all together to really appreciate how much greater it is than the sum of its parts but, as a flagship, “Prometheus” is consistently exceeding expectations on its own.
WRITTEN BY: Paul Tobin
ART BY: Juan Ferreyra
PUBLISHER: Dark Horse Comics
RELEASE: October 15, 2014
Review By Eric Switzer
Tobin is spinning a lot of plates in this book, and so far not a single one has fallen. This book has a lot on its shoulders: it has to tell an engaging story with interesting characters in just four issues while both feeling true to the limited source material and expanding upon the ideas and events from the film, then it has to integrate with the other “Fire and Stone” books creating a larger narrative and giving the other stories more depth without ruining what those creators are doing but yet find a balance that feels cohesive and important. “Prometheus” is doing all of that and more.
It is arguably the main event in this cross-over story. It was the first one released and introduced the characters and events in the other books. This issue gives a lot of insight into the other titles and I’m consistently impressed with the depth that Tobin is giving this story. In no way is it straight forward, rather more questions are asked before others can be addressed, “Fire and Stone” feels like a deeply complex and carefully constructed narrative. It is something you may not have expected from these franchises, but I for one am delighted by it.
I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t mention Ferreyra’s work. His panels are breathtaking, his creatures are imaginative and horrifying. This book took me twice as long to read as other books because I was so engaged with the art. Like Tobin, Ferreyra is a master of balance: his work is raw and kinetic yet finely detailed. I’m really blown away by every aspect of this book.
Eric Switzer is an aspiring filmmaker and screenplay writer living in Los Angeles. His work tends to focus on the lighter side of entropy, dystopic futures, and man’s innate struggle with his own mortality. He can be found on twitter @epicswitzer or reached via email at email@example.com.
Last week’s issue of “Cutter” had Jeremy and the townsfolk (who’d all wronged Emily Higgins in some way or another) devising a plan to lure her out and end her once and for all. Unfortunately, that ended with one of their buddies losing his head, literally. This week, issue three of “Cutter” is a tight race against time to save lives and figure out exactly how a dead girl is perpetrating these grisly attacks. Only in this issue, Jeremy has lost his band of brothers and must go at it (nearly) alone.
WRITTEN BY: Seamus Kevin Fahey / Robert Napton
ART BY: Christian Dibari
PUBLISHER: Image Comics / Top Cow
RELEASE DATE: October 15th, 2014
Issue three focuses on Jeremy and town sheriff, Ed. While Ed believes that it’s Emily committing the crimes, he is slow to admit this to Jeremy. As they snoop about town, including Emily’s old house, they find mason jars full of body parts—kill trophies. They also find Emily’s journal filled with excerpts about her life, proving what we already knew…she was bullied, hated, smacked around, and treated like dirt by her classmates; the very classmates being picked off one-by-one.
When Jeremy receives a text from Ed to meet him at the old Elementary school, he (very naively) goes to meet him only to find he’s been tricked…immediately followed by a blow to the head. Without spoiling everything, the issue ends on a very bad note for Jeremy, he’s in a tight spot and now he’s both suspect and witness to the crimes of Emily Higgins (of whomever…)
“Cutter” is a really fun, spooky, classic supernatural slasher comic for the month of October. There is nothing profound about it, and so far, nothing too unique. But I’m really enjoying it. It’s a bit of horror candy, if you will. The art is fantastic, truly a gem for a weekly comic. It’s impossibly detailed and the tones follow suit with the writing from panel to panel. While there are quite a few characters, frankly too many to keep up with, the comic does a great job of narrowing in on the ones who matter so that when one of them is hacked to bits, you at least care a little bit.
This comic is reminiscent of films like The Grudge, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Carrie. And while it’s steeped deeply in the tropes of the revenge-slasher genre, there is something brewing underneath that I’m fairly certain will shock us all. Not sure what it is and I could be completely incorrect, but there are glimpses here and there of something unexpected around the corner. I highly suggest picking up this comic for a fun, thrilling romp in the revenge madness of a dead girl. It’s a perfect way to prepare for Halloween.
Niles and Mitten have created yet another heartbreaking issue of “Criminal Macabre,” this time with even more breaking. “CM: The Third Child” is without a doubt the most raw, uninhibited, and personal arc in the decade long “CM” history. Issue two slams the reader into all new territory with two particularly poignant scenes and a sorrowful moment of unexpected violence (you’ll know it when you see it and you’ll feel deeply for it). There have been a handful of horror comics to touch me so deeply, and “CM: The Third Child” is sitting right on top of that list.
WRITTEN BY: Steve Niles
ART BY: Christopher Mitten
PUBLISHER: Dark Horse Comics
RELEASE: October 15, 2014
All of the paranormal and supernatural creatures of LA are rioting, fighting, massacring, and generally being wholly unacceptable. The comic opens with Cal using his newfound aggression to wipe out a fair amount of these good for nothing monsters. If you ever doubted the brilliance of Mitten’s artwork, check out Cal slicing off the heads of an entire crowd of monsters with his fucking wing!
As with last issue, Mo and Adam can only sit back and watch as Cal slaughters and smashes his way into figuring out who he has become. The issue takes a sharp emotive turn when Cal flees the scene and shows up at his family members’ gravesites. For the first time in the sordid saga of “Criminal Macabre” we see Cal break—utterly shattering into a million little pieces—and there are no words to describe the emotional shock and awe I felt when Cal utters a few simple words—begging, pleading—for help. This breaks so many molds for Cal and the entire series. This, readers…was a gigantic moment in the history of “CM.”
Meanwhile, Hemlock is back and has teamed up with the bubblegum-baby-demon-blobs to essentially destroy the world and bring about the elusive Third Child. Which leads us to the second poignant, gut-wrenching scene. But I’m not going to spoil that. Because I want your jaw to drop as hard as mine did.
Niles is hiding a lot of messages in plain sight. His deft writing makes this an extremely fast paced and enjoyable read, but the deeper meanings, the hidden darkness, the wholly personal messages are there if you want to see them. Like I said in my review of issue one: this emotional river runs wild and I have a feeling we’ll be touching on issues like self-acceptance, addiction, forgiveness, and most importantly, redemption. Issue two is pulling absolutely no punches with these difficult subjects. The biggest war Cal is fighting right now is inside him and it’s very possible he might lose.
Mitten will forever and always blow my mind with his art, but never have I felt so deeply about his images as I do in “Criminal Macabre.” Take a look at Cal’s wings and the way they both blend into yet demand attention in each panel and come back to me on that. Mitten has captured the horrifying essence of everything this comic stands for while continuing to keep the art “loose,” as it were, leaving it up to the reader to fill in some emotional blanks.
In the end, LA is fucked. The vampires, monsters, ghouls, werewolves, etc., are irate and up to no good. Cal’s past is catching up with him and Mo can no longer come to his rescue. Hemlock and the demon babies are destroying humanity and the Third Child is coming. This is a shit storm of grand proportions and we have two issues left to resolve it. My heart aches for Cal and my anxiety for his wellbeing (along with Mo and Co.) is palpable. Next month’s issue cannot come soon enough.
Relativity is moving The Woman In Black 2: Angel of Death, the sequel to the hit 2012 haunted house film that starred Daniel Radcliffe.
Originally slated for release on January 30, 2015, you can now mark your calendars for January 2nd.
The fright sequel is directed by Tom Harper stars Jeremy Irvine and Helen McCroy, and takes place in the same house 40 years later when a group of children who are evacuated from London during World War II come to stay and awaken the house’s darkest inhabitants.
“As bombs rain down on London during the Blitz of World War II, a group of school children are evacuated with Eve, their young and beautiful schoolteacher, to the safety of the English countryside. Taken to an old and empty estate, cut-off by a causeway from the mainland, they are left at Eel Marsh House.
One by one the children begin acting strangely and Eve, with the help of local military commander Harry, discovers that the group has awoken a dark force even more terrifying and evil than the city’s air raids. Eve must now confront her own demons to save the children and survive the Woman in Black.”
Fear Clinic, the latest excursion into unrelenting terror from acclaimed makeup effects wizard and writer/director Robert G. Hall (Lightning Bug, Laid to Rest, ChromeSkull: Laid To Rest II), will have its world premiere screening at the prestigious Screamfest Film Festival on Wednesday, October 22nd at the historic TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in the heart of Hollywood (details below).
In addition to the first public screening of the highly anticipated shocker starring horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Thomas Dekker and featuring the acting debut of Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor, Screamfest will be holding a Q&A immediately after the screening with several cast and crew members in attendance including Taylor, co-star Felisha Terrell and award-winning FX creators Robert Kurtzman and Steve Johnson.
In addition, the actual “Fear Chamber” used in the film will be on display in the lobby of the TCL Chinese 6. Do you dare enter?
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
FEAR CLINIC World Premiere Screening and Q&A
6:30PM – “Black” Carpet Arrivals
7:30PM – Screening; with Q&A immediately afterwards
Stars Corey Taylor, Felisha Terrell, Brandon Beemer;
Co-writer/producer Aaron Drane and Producer Mark Johnson;
Special FX Creators Robert Kurtzman and Steve Johnson
TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
6801 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
When trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge in five survivors a year after their horrifying tragedy, they return to the “Fear Clinic,” hoping to find the answers they need to get cured.
Dr. Andover (Robert Englund), a fear doctor who runs the clinic, uses his Fear Chamber to animate their fears in the form of terrifying hallucinations. However, the good doctor soon begins to suspect that something more sinister may be at work, something that yearns to be more than just an hallucination…
FEAR CLINIC will be released by Anchor Bay Entertainment in early 2015.
See No Evil 2, which features star wrestler Kane as “Jacob Goodnight”, a psychopath that goes on a killing spree, will be available on Digital HD and Video On Demand this Friday, October 17th, and on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) on Tuesday, October 21st.
Starring Danielle Harris (Halloween, Hatchet II), Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps, Freddy vs Jason), Greyston Holt (Lost Boys: The Tribe), Chelan Simmons (Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Kaj Eriksen and Lee Majdoub, from the pic directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary), check out this clip in which a rag tag group of teens run around scared.
“A group of friends pays a late-night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Harris) on her birthday. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Jacobs) unexpectedly rises from a cold sub-basement slab. Their wild party quickly turns into a terrifying slay-fest as the sadistic mass-murderer resumes his savage rampage complete with hooks, surgical knives and power saws.“
DVD and Blu-ray special features will include: “Twisted Twins (Soska Sisters)” featurette, “Autopsy: Dissecting the Kills” featurette and “Kane’s Goodnight: An Icon Reborn” featurette
Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has revealed plans for a two-part Justice League, while also revealing plans for six other DC adaptations.
First, Zack Snyder, who is the worst at telling a story (I can’t stand anything he’s done, except Dawn of the Dead), is directing both of the Justice League movies. He’s currently working on the hilariously titled Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for 2016, although the title may have implications towards the Justice League franchise. Justice League will be broken into two, and released in 2017 and 2019, which means Snyder will have to be behind cameras before BvS is released.
The Suicide Squad will get a 2016 release, while 2018 will see both The Flash and Aquaman swimming to the big screen. According to Variety, The Flash will be played by Ezra Miller, who was fantastic in We Need to Talk About Kevin. The story revolves around Barry Allen, a scientist who awakes from a coma and is gifted with the power of super speed. Allen is a part of the Justice League and it is expected that Miller will have some sort of cameo in the upcoming pic Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice where that team is likely to be unveiled. Jason Momoa will be playing Aquaman, as previously reported.
Tsujihara also revealed that they’ll be remaking Green Lantern, hoping to wash away the taste they left in our mouths with Ryan Reynolds. Too bad it won’t be done until 2020. Yeah, 2020 – that sounds like the date in Blade Runner, The Terminator or Alien.
The coolest news is that by 2020 we’ll also get a Cyborg adaptation.
That’s a lot to look forward to. What’s interesting, though, is that there’s no mention of more Superman or Batman films. Maybe they’re attempting to avoid fatigue?
The Grocery Coupon Network is getting into the holiday spirit with an infographic of their own- a “Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse” to help you be prepared if (when) the dead start to rise.
My favorite portion breaks down zombie speed, something I haven’t seen before:
How Zombie’s Speed Has Evolved
Dawn of the Dead (1978 Movie): 0.4 Steps Per Second (SPS)
World War Z (2006 Novel): 0.7 SPS
Night of the Living Dead (1968 Movie): 1 SPS
28 Days Later (2002 Movie): 3.9 SPS
Dawn of the Dead (2004 Remake): 4.4 SPS
World War Z (2013 Movie): 6.7 SPS
And the average person? … 3 SPS walking and 6 SPS running, so you better hope you encounter some of the more leisurely zombies.
Anyways, check out the graphic below and get more Halloween Treats here.
Latino Review shared the second poster for Dark Was the Night, which stars Kevin Durand, Lukas Hass, Heath Freeman, Sabina Gadecki and Nick Damici.
Directed by Jack Heller from a script by Tyler Hisel, “A long slumbering evil is awoken in the trees, outside the remote town of Maiden Woods. Isolated and threatened it sets its sites on the townspeople, as Sheriff Paul Shields (Kevin Durand) attempts to overcome the demons of his past, so that he may protect those that he loves.”
You can see it soon if you live in Los Angeles! Dark Was the Night is set to premiere at the Screamfest horror film festival, which runs from October 14th-23rd at the TCL Chinese Theaters. The premier is set for this Thursday, October 16, 2014 – 7:30pm followed by a Q&A. The participating cast is lead star Kevin Durand, Bianca Kajlich, Sabina Gadecki, Heath Freeman, & Steve Agee.
Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with industrial group Justin Symbol to bring you the exclusive album stream of V Ω I D H E A D, which comes out today! The album features tracks that include ex-Marilyn Manson guitarist Daisy Berkowitz.
Frontman Symbol states:
a concept record which takes the listener on a disturbing and beautiful journey through the psyche of a character named the “Voidhead”.
You can purchase V Ω I D H E A D via iTunes.
10/31 – NY – NEW YORK – JUSTIN SYMBOL (SMACK! 18TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN FETISH BALL – A FETISH HORROR STORY FEAT. A SPECIAL LIVE CONCERT BY THE VOLUPTUOUS HORROR OF KAREN BLACK) – 251 W 30TH ST