Get ready to step into another dimension on July 1st, because the man in the suit, Mr. Rod Serling, will be standing at that signpost up ahead with a DVD collection that will make even the most die-hard Twilight Zoners jump for joy: The Twilight Zone: Essential Episodes (55th Anniversary Collection.
The set will feature some of the most memorable episodes ever to air, giving the fanatics yet ANOTHER reason to stand up & cheer when
I recently had the opportunity of holding a phone interview with Eddie McGee, the star of the upcoming horror/sci-fi hybrid, The Human Race. McGee, who won the CBS Network's smash summertime hit Big Brother, in its inaugural season, has overcome an obstacle that would have the propensity to put many people on the shelf, but not McGee: he took a disability and conquered the odds to become a feature actor who's star is surely on the rise, so read on
Women who have made a career out of starring in the B horror and science fiction genres are interviewed, and clips and trailers from their films are shown.
Who better to get such a record from than Donald Farmer, who has directed a plethora of B-movies of his own?
We have Michelle Bauer explaining how she broke into B-movies through Fred Olen Ray and David DeCouteau. DeCouteau is also featured and looks much younger than one might expect. The names Jim Wynorski and
A lesbian college couple becomes stranded in the middle of nowhere with a pack of orphaned Nazi zombie breeders hellbent on their demise.
Peter Grendle is still new on the scene. While he served as an art department assistant on "3:10 to Yuma" and was a production assistant for "No Country For Old Men", he has been honing his craft with a few independent films of his own. This is his breakout feature.
With "Blood Soaked", the word "independent"
"If it ain't the chase, it's the catch that'll kill ya"....now while I'm fairly sure someone over the course of history has uttered those words, no truer words could have more deadly implications than the ones just mentioned, especially in Director Paul Hough's tension-wracked gore-marathon: The Human Race.
The film itself delivers a right-off-the-bat emotional kick in the gonads with the "feel-good" story of a young girl who overcomes
Updated 06-11-2014 at 04:52 AM by bronxtko