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When a pair of metalheads unknowingly summon undead demons by playing the most metal song ever, all hell breaks loose, literally. Starring Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, and Kimberley Crossman, Deathgasm, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival, brings metal album covers to life.
As Director Jason Lei Howden told The Brag, “The goal with Deathgasm was to make the sort of film that I wanted to watch when I was a teenager. The perfect storm of gore and metal and boobs and dick jokes. … I guess I kind of succeeded in that.” According to Howden, much of his inspiration came from “stuff like Braindead and Day Of The Dead and Return Of The Living Dead; really any movie that had ‘dead’ in the title. And also a lot of heavy metal horror films from the ’80s, things like Trick Or Treat and Black Roses.” He is excited that “most of [the reviews] have been really positive” and that horror fans are enjoying the “chainsaws and boobs”. Check out the insane trailer and see this badass film when it is released in October 2015. Site: deathgasmthemovie.com
Mad Max: Fury Road was destined to have retro appeal — after all, it’s a reboot of a film from 1979. If you are old enough to have caught any Mad Max movies when they came out (or watched them on VHS!), then you’ll remember the great 8-bit side-scrolling video games of yesteryear
The bummer about these hilarious Han Solo Pop Tarts is that a) they aren’t real, and b) they’re no longer available. The carbonite-enfrosted scoundrel you see in these pictures is not made of, well, whatever Pop Tarts are made of — he’s made of resin and belongs in your toy
The current must-see video is the amazing trailer for Hardcore, a movie that bills itself as the first action film shot in 100% first-person POV. You are the hero, or at least the main character — whether he’s “heroic” remains to be seen — and the ass-kickings you give
Denis Villeneuve, who is signed on to direct the sequel to Blade Runner, Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece of dystopian sci-fi, spoke with Collider about the project. The basic question is Why are you doing this crazy thing? Villeneuve’s candid answers start with an admission: “when
Here’s a likely candidate for the next great horror comedy: Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. As demonstrated in this NSFW red band trailer, it’s a clever blend of geeky adolescent adventure and horny adolescent fantasy. The former: the main male characters are teenage
There’s a lot to keep track of when it comes to the Lord of the Rings saga. So many weird names, races and places! If you’re a bit confused by it all, this handy video clip will not help at all. It’s a garbled recap of the story in which Frodo becomes Fraggle Batches or …
At the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, Robert Eggers won the Directing Award. That’s good for Robert Eggers, but even better considering the film: The Witch, a period horror film set in New England in 1630 — 60 years prior to the infamous witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts. Horror films
National Lampoon was a great humor magazine in its day. It was also the parent publication of Heavy Metal in our early years. Heavy Metal and National Lampoon parted ways, and the magazine ceased publishing in 1998 — if only they’d had a savior like Kevin Eastman, who rescued Heavy
Here’s an interesting infographic that tries to chart the influence of the Star Wars phenomenon on other films. Take a look: via the Shutterstock Blog There are plenty of valid connections here, but also points that can be debated. Some of the films cited are based on source material that