Entries from August 2007 ↓

Triple Feature at the Georgetown Indiana Drive-In

Looks like the Georgetown Drive In is having a triple feature this Saturday (Sept. 1st). The Original “Halloween”, the remake “Halloween” and then “Grindhouse”

From: http://www.georgetowndrivein.com/

This Saturday, September 1st, 2007 is a history making event.

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** Guest Star Appearance **

Saturday, September 1st, 2007 from 8pm-10:00pm
Meet Tony Moran, the original Michael Meyers from Halloween –
arriving in the Ford Station Wagon like the one from the original Halloween. Signing autographs and memorabilia – that means bring your old VHS copy of Halloween!

Admission this night only – $10 for adults, children ages 6-11 $4
Sponsored by Fright Night Film Fest

Concession stand is decorated with help from Caufields Novelty, Louisville, KY

Episode #25 of "Library of the Living Dead"

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It's a day late an a dollar short, but it's here. We gots us a Beatles theme for the songs in this episode. The "Zombie Novel Review" is on the newly released "Tomes of the Dead: The Words of Their Roaring". The short story segment is on Dave Dunwoody's addition to "Undead: Skin and Bones" and is called "The Abbot and the Dragon". Eric S. Brown Theater has presented "And The Dead Shall Rise". There's a take on "Get Back" for DL Snell. Greg Solis' "Rise and Walk" is up to Chapter 8. There's a new "Manic Minute" on the newly released "Wicked Little Things". Stephen A. North's "Beneath the Mask" is the first portion of Chapter 10. "Maximum Pimpage" is for the upcoming "Revenant Film Festival". A new "Zombie Sites and Sounds" is for "The Living Dead Forum". "Beginning of the Dead" is at Chapter 25 and is called "City Building Massacre". Our end song is by the most excellent "Deathmobile" and is called "Me Love". Sooooo, what's not to love? Hit play now. www.theitsaliveshow.com http://thelivingdead.informe.com/index.php www.reelhorror.com www.permutedpress.com www.zombiefans.com www.revenantmagazine.com

Horror Roundtable – Week Sixty-Two

Setting Zombies on Fire: Decent Strategy or Horrible Mistake? Discuss. Kimberly - Cinebeats I think it’s a good strategy. Once they turn to bloody mush and ashes it is less likely that they’ll be able to come after you. Just make sure that you have an escape route planned out before you set them on fire. [...]

Sep 1, When in Rome…Pretend to be a Zombie.

Zombie Master, Out of all the undead, the zombie mob is the most fearful to me. As demonstrated in Shaun of the Dead the crew decides to act as

Sep 1, Halloween 2007 horror movie review from BHM: I am a Zombie believer.

When the announcement came that Halloween 2007, the remake of the John Carpenter classic of the 70s was to be made, I was appalled. Who can do justice to such a classic? Rob Zombie can.

Sep 1, Halloween 2007 horror movie review from BHM: I am a Zombie believer.

When the announcement came that Halloween 2007, the remake of the John Carpenter classic of the 70s was to be made, I was appalled. Who can do justice to such a classic? Rob Zombie can.

Episode 52 of the Midnight Podcast (08-31-07)

Episode 52 of the Midnight Podcast 32 min and 07 sec (08-31-07):

 

This week on the Midnight Podcast....... I welcome back Sarah to the show, I read news provided to me by April, and I read feedback........ Sarah and I review 2003 zombie anthiolgy Tales From the Grave and Kings Town Ted writes a zombie review about the 2007 Night of the Living Dead 3d.........

 

 

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It?s the Cinema Fromage Road Show!

Cinema Fromage is on the road this week! What's that mean? Jack shit really! All that means is that reviews may be sporadic till mid next week. Keep your eyes peeled for a surprise Halloween review however! A little birdie told me as well that post ...

Rob Zombie?s Halloween

Review by Dr. Royce Clemens

“As great as you are, man, you’ll never be greater than yourself.”
-Bob Dylan

On this day, August 31, 2007, a vicious madman is finally coming home, to unleash his own brand of havoc upon an unsuspecting private populace.

I am speaking, of course, about Karl Rove…Oh, and the Rob Zombie remake of Halloween came out today. I don’t know if you guys heard about that.

And the results are very good indeed. Rob Zombie’s Halloween did three things that I thought were at best improbable and at worst, impossible… (more…)

Friday the 13th Documentaries from YouTube.

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And best of all, Friday the 13th Part VII – Documentary:

Aug 31, Herman Stein and Horror Movie Music

Herman Stein created the music behind Creature from the Black Lagoon and hundreds of other films. Steins passing in 2007 reminds all horror freaks of

Interview with David Morwick, Director of Little Erin Merryweather

David Morwick wrote, directed, edited, produced and acting in the recently released film Little Erin Merryweather (read our review). Little Erin Merryweather is a very different kind of horror film, combining a slasher storyline with a fairy tale feel. It was made independently and impressed us with its different approach to the slasher subgenre.

Fatally Yours was lucky enough to have the opportunity to chat with David about himself and this wonderful and unique horror film he created.

Fatally Yours: David, thank you so much for this interview opportunity! I enjoyed Little Erin Merryweather very much! As I understand, this was your first feature film. Beforehand you were most well-known for your modeling, even though you are a classically trained actor. What made you want to switch to filmmaking? (more…)

Sometimes I hate my job.

The Rising Dead After the onset of World War IV the earth's population is reduced to armies of the undead after biological warfare has caused the dead to rise. In an effort to save America's important people, the President and his staff are packed on a plane to be flown ...

Tales Of Horror 83 Ghost Train

Tales Of Horror Presents Strange "Ghost Train"

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Tales Of Horror Presents Strange "Ghost Train"

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