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The Strange Worlds Of David Lynch & Stanley Kubrick Collide In BLUE SHINING!

When it comes to the films of both David Lynch and Stanley Kubrick, cinephiles will always have plenty to examine, discuss and debate. And in both cases, sometimes people like to lovingly pay tribute to these respective auteurs in unusual ways. For example, a few weeks back, we posted a video clip of David Lynch’s […]

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Exploring the True Horror of David Lynch’s INLAND EMPIRE

It’s arguable as to whether well-regarded artist and filmmaker David Lynch should be considered a horror filmmaker — he certainly deals with nightmares and nightmarish imagery, but horror fans don’t typically consider him a “Master of Horror” alongside names like Carpenter, Romero, Craven, Cronenberg and the like. While many of his films tend to hover […]

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In An Alternate Reality, David Lynch’s LA LA LAND Is Up For A Bunch Of Oscars

I mean, really. Doesn’t this article title say it all? Alright, some explanation may be required. The fine fiends over at CineFix have taken footage from Damien Chazelle’s multi-Oscar nominated feature, and recut it as if it were directed by the one and only David Lynch. And yes, it’s glorious. Check it out. Hey, I liked […]

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Funko Shows Off Upcoming TWIN PEAKS Action Figures!

On most days, my motto is… But this year, with Showtime’s revival of TWIN PEAKS right around the corner, I’ll make time for anything revolving around the wacky & wonderful world created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. We’ve got the series returning on May 21st. Tomorrow, Death Waltz recordings / Mondo offer up their […]

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R.I.P. ROBOCOP, NIGHT FLIER, TWIN PEAKS Actor Miguel Ferrer

Sad news today. Various outlets are reporting that actor Miguel Ferrer has passed away. He was 61 years old. Ferrer was a regular on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, but of course genre fans grew up with him as Bob Morton from Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 quotable cult masterpiece ROBOCOP. He’s also well known for his role as Dr. […]

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David Bowie Made Me Love Horror

If you listen to horror podcasts like Shock Waves, there’s a question that comes up pretty often; how did you get into horror. The stories are usually similar – the person was young and their parents didn’t let them watch horror, so those movies became taboo, creating an instant connection. The exact movie that finally […]

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Is It OK To Sell Out?

Warning: Spoilers for STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE and DOCTOR STRANGE appear in this article In the long long ago, a time that some called the 1990s, it seemed like the world was all sorted out. Smart people, people way smarter than me, went so far to call it “The End of History”, meaning that, with […]

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Showtime Announces New TWIN PEAKS Premiere Date!

“That gum you like is going to come back in style!” It’s a pretty darned good time to be a TWIN PEAKS fan. We saw the vinyl release of Angelo Badalamenti’s original score for the series from Death Waltz / Mondo last year. And coming later this month, we’ll be getting the FIRE WALK WITH […]

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Feast Your Eyes On Mondo’s TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME Vinyl Release!

As I mentioned in my article showcasing my favorite vinyl releases of 2016, one of the best was the long awaited re-release of Angelo Badalamenti’s score for TWIN PEAKS, which arrived courtesy of Death Waltz Recordings and Mondo. Well, it is happening again! Mondo has just issued a press release announcing the new vinyl re-release […]

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SHOCK WAVES Episode 27 Part 2 – Delving Into CHANNEL ZERO: CANDLE COVE

You’ve heard us catch up on all the latest horrors in the first part of Episode 27 of the Blumhouse.com presented horror podcast Shock Waves! Well, now you’re in for another treat! In Part 2 of Shock Waves Episode 27, join your hosts Ryan Turek, Rob Galluzzo, Rebekah McKendry and Elric Kane as they go […]

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The 10 Most Underrated Horror Movies of the 1990s

Last week, we ran a list of the 10 Most Underrated Horror Movies of the 1980s. This week, we’re focusing on the 1990s with another list of often-missed and underappreciated genre gems. While only a few of these films can be found on Blu-ray, they can all be found on DVD (or can be streamed) […]

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10 MORE Criterion Recommendations

Oh, it’s that glorious time of year again! 2 months out of the year, Barnes & Noble offers the entire Criterion library for half off of the retail price. That’s not to say that Criterion titles aren’t worth the extra cash, but knowing that Barnes & Noble gives us the half off option in August […]

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Ten Horrifying Moments From the Works of David Lynch

“It’s a strange world, isn’t it?” — Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan), BLUE VELVET Yes, strange indeed… strange that I’ve never heard anyone seriously describe iconic filmmaker, artist and musician David Lynch as “a horror director.” But if you were to gauge an artist’s output by how frequently they employ certain motifs and images in their […]