Nov/2017

Hi everyone, Bryan here….

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ came out in 1974 and became one of the scariest and most inspired film ever made. It paved the way for so many filmmakers down the road, that we’ve seen elements in almost every horror film since then. Filmmaker Tobe Hooper was cemented into the horror cinema favorites back then. In the 1980s, he made a sequel, which was tonally and visually different, but was still met with great praise and like its predecessor, became an instant cult classic. From then, there have been a string of sequels, remakes, and prequels, all of which have received mostly poor critical acclaim. Nobody seems to be doing anything right with this franchise.

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Hi everyone, Bryan Here…

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The original ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ is one of the best horror films of all time. It still holds that title to this day. One thing most people don’t realize though is that the original film was made in such a way to evoke terror and horror, that it was filmed in such a manner as to show almost not gore, blood, or violence. It was all left off-screen for the most part. In return, this was a low-budget independent horror film that was fast-paced, horrific, and wildly entertaining, if not scary-as-hell. It truly is one of the perfect horror movies. some twelve years later, the original director Tobe Hooper came back and directed a sequel titled ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre II‘.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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If you’ve been waiting for the right time to purchase a copy of ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2‘, that time is now, well, in a month. Scream Factory is giving us a collector’s edition of the horror sequel by celebrated horror-master Tobe Hooper. It debuts to Blu-ray and DVD on April 19.

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Grease up your chainsaws, put your masks on, and get some BBQ, because Tobe Hooper’s iconic horror film ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ is 40 this year. In honor of it’s 40th anniversary of scaring an entire planet of people, MPI and Dark Sky Films have restored the original 1973 film and upgraded it to 4K resolution from the original 16mm print.

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It’s been over 40 years since the original ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ by Tobe Hooper.  Well, in January, we are returning to Texas with an all new film called ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’.  Lionsgate has unveiled a very cool poster of the new film, which seems to feature all the Letherface masks from the films.  I’m a sucker for these films. John Dugan, Marilyn Burns, Bill Mosely, and Gunnar Hansen will all be in the new film.  How cool is that?  Greg Nicotero will be doing the makeup FX, making this top notch.

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Director of the epic, brutal horror film, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, Tobe Hooper is returning to the director’s chair to bring us a new horror film.  It is called DJINN!!

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The New ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’ Poster Needs Work!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 12th, 2012

Hi, Bryan Here….

So here is yet another poster for the upcoming ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ reboot.  Yes, that’s right, another reboot of the franchise.  This time it is just called ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’.  That makes this the 3rd reboot of the film and either the 7th or 8th film total about the crazy family and Leatherface in Texas.  So, while Leatherface looks really fucking cool here, he is missing one key ingredient.  His fucking chainsaw!  Come on people, that’s like making a ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ poster with Freddy on the front, but he does not have his signature finger knife glove.  I think the previous poster, which can be seen HERE, is better.  I can only hope for the best.

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‘Leatherface’ is ripping up the Blu-ray World!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 7th, 2017

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ is perhaps one of the most terrifying and best horror films to ever be released. That was back in 1974. Tobe Hooper and that film really paved the way for many filmmakers and the horror genre over the years that continues to this day. We’ve seen sequels, prequels, reboots, remakes, and everything in between since then. The newest film is simply called ‘Leatherface‘, which takes its cue from the original ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3‘ film. I haven’t seen this yet, but I’ve heard from a few people that it’s the best film since the original one in 1974. I’m not sure what to think about that, but I’ll have answers shortly for you on this. ‘Leatherface‘ acts as a prequel to other films as we get to see how ‘Leatherface‘ became the maniacal being he is known to be.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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September 14, 2016 will see the sixth season of ‘American Horror Story‘ debut on FX. The looming question for each new chapter in the AHS anthology is “What will this season’s theme be?” We don’t have anything definitively stated from FX or the showrunners, but we can do some deductive thinking on the teasers that have been given along the way.

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Film Review: ‘Carnage Park’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 27th, 2016

Joel H., Here…

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Alright, folks. Today, we’re going to brew up a little horror/thriller action. Let’s take a little Leatherface, mostly his hobbies and the essence of a sewing fetish. Add in quite a few heavy doses of The Hills Have Eyes – you know, the whole booby trap (THAT’S WHAT I SAY!) bit? For the final part of the mix, we’re going to sample a little bit of Mick from Wolf Creek lore. Pour it into a bowl once churned together, and we have ourselves a nice little Carnage Park.

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Interview with Writer/Director Katie Cokinos!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 20th, 2016

Hi everyone, Bryan Here….

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I had the pleasure to talk with filmmaker Katie Cokinos, who wrote and directed ‘I Dream Too Much‘, starring Diane Ladd, Eden Brolin and Danielle Brooks. Cokinos is a Texas native who worked with Richard Linklater in the early 90s on ‘Slacker‘, and who in return, Linklater served as Executive Producer on this film. This fun talk covers, working on the film, shooting in the cold New York winter, working on earlier films (‘What’s Eating Gilbert Grape‘/’The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘), casting the roles, and her favorite scenes from movies, as well as her most thrilling music experience.

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Hi everyone, Bryan Here….

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As I’m recovering from seven insane days of ‘Wrestlemania 32‘ in Dallas, TX., I’ve had time to reflect, contemplate, saturate, and regurgitate every I event I attended. I had my box of Booty O’s to make sure I wasn’t Booty thru the weekend, met some good people, watched some amazing matches, talked with some WWE Superstars, and lost my voice when Shane-O-Mac put his life on the line for the WWE Business. To quote a certain former WWE announcer, it was a slobberknocker of a week for sure that hit me in the solar plexus more times than I’d like to admit. WWE really did it up big this year for Wrestlemania 32. Not only did they put on several good shows, but they also broke records. There was over 101,000 people in attendance at AT&T Stadium for Wrestlemania 32, beating the previous record from Wrestlemania 3 by quite a bit. Not only that, ticket sales and merch sales were way up as well from previous years. It seems like WWE is growing exponentially with more and more fans tuning in every week. That’s a good thing. Instead of writing a recap of the entire weekend, I’ll give you some details of some of the cooler things I witnessed over the past week.

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Roadtripping Austin, TX Movie Style!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Mar 31st, 2016

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Destination vacations are amazing, couple that with famous film locations and you’ve got a road trip of awesome ahead of you. Turn on Waze and select Academy Award Winner Morgan Freeman’s voice to guide you and that road trip has become an adventure to the degree of epic.

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Hey guys, Jana here,

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Scream Factory is  bringing a pair of tense, contemporary thrillers to Blu-ray and DVD debut on September 1, 2015 in a partnership with IFC Midnight.  Scream Factory is an established source for classic screamers to find their way to blu-ray and DVD but this time, the movies are from the last few years, namely ‘Backcountry‘ and ‘The Harvest‘.

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Screamer ‘Leatherface’ Casts Stephen Dorff!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Mar 27th, 2015

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Deacon Frost, Homer Van Meter, Stavros and even Jimmy Meltrigger – you know the kid from that episode of ‘Roseanne‘ where Becky farted in school? All these characters have one thing in common, Stephen Dorff played them all. He’s soon to add Texas Ranger Hal Hartman to his resume as he’s just been cast in the role for ‘Leatherface‘.

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Hi everyone, Bryan Here….

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We have been reporting for a while that there will be a ‘Poltergeist‘ remake. Now the day has come where we have a full fledged trailer. Bottom line is that it looks clean, good, with some good scares. On the other hand though, I couldn’t see the “New Vision” (as the poster describes it) in the trailer. It looks literally the same as the original, but updated with mobile phones and newer technology. Don’t worry, the closet, the man-eating tree, and the clown doll show up still.

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Bryan’s Top 15 Movie List of 2013!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Dec 28th, 2013

Hi, Bryan Here…

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And here we are, at the very end of 2013. What a year for movies. This was an amazing year for film. There were so many great independent films, documentaries, and movies that were just highly entertaining, that I’ve watched them more than five times already. As usual, as long as I’ve been doing this, my Top Movie list of the year is very different from most everyone else that has made a list. I don’t know why – well I do know, because I’m twisted and crazy. But how I base my list is a variety of factors, not ones that the Oscars base their opinions on, but rather a more humble and fun variety of factors. For example, did this movie make me stand up and slow clap, or did it make me slap the person next to me and yell ‘THAT WAS AWESOME’! It’s those kind of things. So without further delay, I present to you my TOP 15 list for 2013. Let me know if you disagree or agree, love or hate, or just want to say hi. Enjoy.

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Film Review: ‘We Are What We Are’!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 10th, 2013

Hi, Bryan Here….

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I had no idea what to expect from Jim Mickle’s ‘We Are What We Are’. I went in knowing nothing about it, other than it was a remake of a recent Spanish film of the same name. I was wholly surprised on how good this movie was and what it was about. This haunting film is ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre‘ for the Indie film crowd. It’s beautiful, brutal, and very well acted. Needless to say, this little horror film is a fantastic addition to he genre and has me all giddy for Mickle’s next film, whatever it might be. As this film won’t be getting the widest release it deserves, and its subject matter might not be at the top of everyone’s list, this movie should be seen and I hope it makes a decent box office dent in the indie film scene.

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Mondo has only released a handful of soundtracks on vinyl since they first opened online, but this year they are hitting the ground full force with releasing more amazing movie soundtracks on the best quality format to listen to music. So far this year we have had ‘Poltergeist‘, ‘The Deadly Spawn‘, and the recent ‘Drive‘ soundtrack, which sold out in record time in under 30 minutes. And just this past week, they sold out of their newest soundtrack, ‘Oblivion‘, which has an amazing score. The cover artwork is amazing and the sound is even better with their releases. Mondo clearly knows what they’re doing when it comes to art and soundtracks.

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The Top Lucky 13 Horror Movie Soundtracks!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 4th, 2012

Lisa S. Here….

While compiling this list, I realized there was no way I could choose only 10 of the best horror soundtracks. So, because I thrive on being different, I am very pleased to bring you 13 of the choicest, rarest, and most kick ass horror soundtracks that I know of. Every one of the following are so good, it was really difficult to rate them from best to bestest.  Each and every one of these titles hails from the very late 70’s thru the 80’s…how incredibly biased of me.

I hope you enjoy it.

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