The debut music video of Salt Lake City horror punk band Shadow Windhawk and the Morticians called "Halloween '63", off of the debut album, "Casket Spray" (from Black Flame Records). The video was directed by Adam Judd and shot on location at Castle of Chaos Haunted House and the Michael Myers' Mansion from Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.
Behind the Scenes of Halloween '63 making-of video:
Merch, Music and More:
Monday, June 29, 2015
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Friday, June 26, 2015
SYNOPSIS from IMDBb.com: An intellectually disabled man is unjustly accused of attacking a young girl. Disguised as a scarecrow, he hides in a cornfield, only to be hunted down and shot. Later, after it is revealed he saved the girl from a vicious dog attack, members of the search posse are killed by a mysterious scarecrow.
A made-for-tv horror film that premiered on CBS Friday, October 24, 1981, directed by Frank De Felitta with a script written by J.D. Feigelson, who is later credited as creator of the entire 'Killer Scarecrow' horror subgenre because of this film. Feigelson's original intent was to make an independent feature, but his script was bought by CBS for television; despite this, only minor changes were made to the original screenplay. The film stars Charles Durning, Tonya Crowe, Larry Drake, Lane Smith, Claude Earl Jones, Robert F. Lyons, Jocelyn Brando, Richard McKenzie, Ivy Jones, Tom Taylor, Alice Nunn.
Watch the film on Youtube here, here or here.
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Bubba and Marylee:
Halloween Party Scene:
Hide and Seek Scene:
Pumpkin Patch Scene:
Gnomes glaring at the viewers instead of showing the dogs attacking scene:
Bubba Kill Scene:
allnaturalhemp reviews Dark Night of the Scarecrow:
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
The world television premiere of John Carpenter's "Halloween" aired on the NBC network on Friday, October 30, 1981 the same day Rick Rosenthal’s 1981 sequel "Halloween II" was released in theaters. Here is the opening promo along with some scenes from the film and bumpers from that broadcast. The movie had twelve additional minutes added to pad it out to the two-hour time slot and to tie in the brother/sister relationship between Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Writer, director and special efx artist Damien Leone is bringing back Art The Clown in his new film Terrifier a spin-off of his 2013 flick All Hallows' Eve, which I really enjoyed watching. Art the Clown, the main villain from All Hallows' Eve, is an original horror icon that easily fits in with the likes of Jason, Freddy, and Michael.
An Indiegogo campaign has been launched to help make the feature adaptation of "Terrifier" a reality. 85% of the budget has been raised but additional funds are still needed for some essential cast and crew members without whom, there will be no film. Click the link below to read the campaign story, to view the perks and watch the campaign video at:
SYNOPSIS from IMDb.com: A maniacal clown named Art terrorizes two young women on Halloween night and everyone else who stands in his way.
Terrifier (2015) Teaser Trailer:
Monday, June 22, 2015
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Friday, June 19, 2015
Matt Ryan's privately commissioned screen print for Stephen King’s 1985 Werewolf flick Silver Bullet. A very entertaining horror film about a young boy in a wheelchair who discovers a werewolf has been killing off various people in his small town. He then must prepare with his sister and crazy, dead-beat uncle to confront the Werewolf on Halloween night when the moon is full. I love this film, a suspenseful story, great gory kills and a few funny lines.
The Gorey Bits of SILVER BULLET:
Thursday, June 18, 2015
SYNOPSIS from IMDb.com: Ten stories are woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.
New still images released today from the Halloween horror anthology film Tales of Halloween. To read more about the film check out this post which contains the titles of all 10 segments plus behind the scene diary videos of the making of the film: TALES OF HALLOWEEN (2015) Cast, Cameos and Diary Videos
The Fantasia International Film Festival will be celebrating the season of Samhain in July with the World Premiere of the all-star omnibus horror feature TALES OF HALLOWEEN, featuring segments directed by such spooktacular greats as Darren Lynn Bousman, Axelle Carolyn, Adam Gierasch, Neil Marshall, Lucky McKee, Mike Mendez, Dave Parker, Ryan Schifrin, John Skipp and Andrew Kasch, and Paul Solet. The film encapsulates the spooky fun of the holiday and is a celebration of all things horror, with a cast which includes familiar faces such as Lin Shaye, Pat Healy, Barry Bostwick, Noah Segan, James Duval, Pollyana McIntosh, Kristina Klebe, Marc Senter, Joe Dante, Stuart Gordon, and John Landis.
Fantasia International Film Festival: http://fantasiafestival.com/
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
With its writer/director Alex Weight already in talks to develop it into a feature film, “Prank” is a home-grown, self-funded independent short film that tells the story of three young teenage boys Richie (Jesse Hyde), Bobby (Karl Beattie) and Sam (Benson Anthony) who come together for just one special Halloween night to catch up with an old friend they haven't seen in years. It's not until they arrive at their destination do things take a turn for the worse.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Horror film written and directed by Kevin MacDonald. Starring Tony Moran, PJ Soles, Debbie Rochon, Kristina Klebe, Tiffany Shepis, Tony Todd, Michael Berryman, Brandon Stumpf and Ally Tully.
SYNOPSIS from IMDb.com: Jack Fox, a burnt out detective, is being forced into early retirement, as the worst serial killer since the Boston Strangler begins a killing spree through the streets of Salem. When detective Steve Ryan moves to town with his family, Jack is torn between a life of retirement and sanity or helping rookie detective Ryan in his quest to solve these killings that are haunting the people of Salem.