Boy do I have good news for all you Hexenkraft fans out there! He’s finally got some great merchandise available for his acolytes, and I for one want every single piece of it. Here’s a list of each limited edition, single pressing, and hand signed item he has available: Double Compilation EP Cassette: Self-titled Hexenkraft […]Read More Hexenkraft Merch Announcement!
I am a sucker for horror themed music…I’ll listen to it any day of the year. I guess that’s why I view Halloween as more of a lifestyle than a season. I had a blast going through all of the horror anthologies and collections that I received last month, but I’ve been feeling withdrawals over […]Read More New Music: TNG3000 / Into the Phantasm
Purveyor of all things cool in the universe, Eddie Spughetti has made a name for himself across multiple media formats. Whether it be his love for horror, retro goodness, old but not forgotten toys, or the path that led us to this interview, synthwave, Eddie never does anything halfway. I couldn’t think of a better […]Read More A Special Halloween Interview with Eddie Spuhghetti
Alright, I know you’ve got a lot to pick from this Halloween and I’ve tried to make a case for all of the compilations that have been released. Obviously, the best choice is to take the dive and buy them all! They’re all great, it helps the scene, and each one is stacked with talent. […]Read More Halloween Special: Neo-LA Presents – Grave Wave Vol. 1 Charity Compilation
When I got the e-mail from OSC about this release it was one that I could hardly wait to share with everyone. Why? Well, other than the obvious “Ghostbusters is an awesome movie” reason, Opus Science Collective have really carved out something special here. For one thing, Ghostbusters have been totally ignored in all these […]Read More Halloween Special: Opus Science Collective / The Real OSC Vol I
Gremlins! One of the most beloved films of the 1980’s and a movie that has aged surprisingly well thanks to the practical effects and puppets used. This Spielberg produced blockbuster made 153.1 million dollars on a budget of 11 million, placing it fourth on the highest grossing list behind Beverly Hills Cop, Ghostbusters, and Indiana […]Read More Horror-A-Thon: Gremlins (1984)
Disclaimer…this is a review I did last year for The Prime Reel Estate blog, so it’s not exactly a new review, but if you haven’t seen it already, it’s new to you 🙂 I have a feeling that this is going to be one of my more unpopular reviews. Just going to get that out […]Read More Horror-A-Thon: The Ring (2002)