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News: SyFy Launching Killer Klowns and Critters Movies

Posted By themoviesleuth 5 hours ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - Just a couple weeks ago, the Chiodo Brothers, makers of Killer Klowns from Outer Space teased that they had something brewing for a potential franchise surrounding their '80s horror/sci-fi film. Now, on the heals of a weekend that saw an iconic slasher tear through the theaters making a massive cash haul, it looks like the Klowns are being relaunched by SyFy. News just hit the web that the cable outlet is currently in final negotiations to bring them back as a televised movie and will also be bringing back Critters back as well. Critters did spawn numerous sequels in its initial run, so we're not sure if this will be a total reboot or a continuation from the existing movies. SyFy is also bringing back Leprechaun with a new movie, Leprechaun Returns.  (function() { var zergnet =

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich – Fractured Visions Film Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 5 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - All hell breaks loose when a strange force animates the puppets up for auction at a convention, setting them on a bloody killing spree that’s motivated by an evil as old as time in Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. which was recently shown at the Fractured Visions Film Festival. I remember many years ago, in those […]The post Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich – Fractured Visions Film Review appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

Venom – Marvel’s latest movie outing in RealD 3D – Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 9 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - With so many people complaining about Marvel’s Venom, it’s been a hard one to write my review for, so many people have loathed the movie and yet there are those that have loved it! It is rather strange having a movie for Venom without Spider-Man, but putting that aside, it great to finally see the […]The post Venom – Marvel’s latest movie outing in RealD 3D – Review appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

Slade are back for Christmaaaas! and Heading to Wrexham

Posted By BlazingMinds 21 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - SLADE – Without doubt one of the most exciting bands to come out of Great Britain in the past 30 years. With their unique blend of perfect pop-rock ‘n’ roll, outrageous flamboyance and pure fun, and no less than 23 Top-20 singles of which 6 were No-1 smash hits….plus 6 smash albums, Slade have become […]The post Slade are back for Christmaaaas! and Heading to Wrexham appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

31 Days of Hell: The Power of Suggestion: Cure (1997)

Posted By themoviesleuth 1 day 5 hours ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - "The Japanese say you have three faces. The first face you show to the world. The second face, you show to your friends and family. The third face you never show anyone. It is the truest reflection of who you are."Cure (1997) is one of those rare films that truly gets under the viewer's skin. It operates on two distinct levels--on the surface it's a police procedural film with psychological horror trappings, but as the narrative slowly peels back that first layer it morphs into a commentary on the ills of society as a whole, in particular the ennui that is threatening to envelop us all.The film is concerned with a rash of mysterious murders that have been taking place in Tokyo. Each crime has a different individual accountable for the murder but they seem to

Review of the boxing drama Glass Jaw

Posted By BlazingMinds 1 day 9 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Travis Austin (Lee Kholafai) finally achieves his dream of becoming a world championship boxer, but an unfortunate incident at his after party turns suddenly turns his life upside down. Although he is not responsible Travis is driven by guilt, and in order to protect his friend and sparring partner Joe (Brandon Sklenar) he decides to […]The post Review of the boxing drama Glass Jaw appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

31 Days of Hell – We Make Our Own Monsters: George A. Romero’s Very Human Vampire, Martin

Posted By themoviesleuth 2 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - (Note – this article is more of a deep analysis than a typical review, and thus contains some minor thematic spoilers)George A. Romero will forever be immortalized in film history and beloved by fans for the groundbreaking way that he combined sharp social commentary with boundary-pushing extreme horror in his Night/Dawn/Day of the Dead trilogy, and for how he revitalized the horror-anthology storytelling format with Creepshow and Tales from the Darkside.  But when asked in interviews to name his personal favorite from his body of work, his answer was not any of the above classics, but his comparatively more obscure 1978 horror/drama/thriller, Martin. A most unusual take on the concept of vampirism which can also be read as a non-supernatural tale of mental illness inherited through

31 Days Of Hell: Werewolves on Wheels (1971) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 3 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - Werewolves on Wheels. The name alone sounds like the title of a long lost Halloween story written by Dr. Seuss. In reality, it is a story about a biker gang who offends the Church of Satan, and are cursed by the Prince of Darkness as a result. It may sound ridiculous, but from the outside it's actually pretty awesome considering its originality. Released in 1971, this film lives up its low budget namesake, but it only takes a minute to realize something doesn't add up. This film is shot and pieced together with a continuity reserved for more regarded films. Opening with a long montage of motorcycles driving through the country, it's apparent the editing and cinematography are above average for such a caliber of film. Cinematographer Isidore Mankosky only had a few credits to his name at t

Dario Argento’s OPERA – UK Blu-ray Debut 19 November thanks to CultFilms

Posted By BlazingMinds 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Dario Argento (Suspiria) returns to CultFilms with this breath-taking new restoration of his visionary horror masterpiece Opera. Splattered with stylistic bloodshed and soaring cinematography, Opera shows Italy’s master of horror at the very height of his game. When young understudy Betty takes the lead role in a new operatic production of Verdi’s Macbeth, she soon […]The post Dario Argento’s OPERA – UK Blu-ray Debut 19 November thanks to CultFilms appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

31 Days of Hell: Séance (2000) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 4 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - By the time Japanese surrealist and horror filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s 2001 film Pulse reached the United States, he was already coined ‘the Godfather of J-horror’.  Minimalist, elliptical and methodically paced with an uncanny ability to present modern day Tokyo, Japan as a rusty derelict in decay and ruin, the prolific young auteur not to be confused with relation to the world-renowned Akira Kurosawa rapidly carved out his niche in a territory overrun with new young horror directors such as Takashi Miike, Shinya Tsukamoto and Takashi Shimizu.  As with the aforementioned three filmmakers and germane to the Japanese film industry, Kiyoshi Kurosawa didn’t limit himself to primarily directing theatrical feature films, leaving ample room to dabble in and out of V-Cinema and televi

The Curse of La Llorona – New Trailer and Poster Announced

Posted By BlazingMinds 5 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - If you loved The Conjuring series of movies, then you are in for a treat today as we have the new teaser trailer and poster for The Curse of La Llorona. To some, she’s just a folktale. We’re pleased to share with you the creepy teaser trailer and poster for The Curse of La Llorona, […]The post The Curse of La Llorona – New Trailer and Poster Announced appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

News: John Carpenter Teases A They Live Sequel

Posted By themoviesleuth 5 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - The ret-conned Halloween sequel that's released tomorrow night is going to be a major success for Blumhouse and will definitely spawn further sequels in the long running franchise. Now, with a guaranteed continuation of his horror legacy, it looks like John Carpenter may have his mind on further expanding the world of They Live. When speaking with Den of Geek, the iconic director and prolific musician revealed that a sequel was in the works with Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves but was ultimately scrapped. However, he thinks that the movie might still be a possibility as he's looking at directing another motion picture himself:“There was a feature film. It was a feature film called Resistance, written by, oh, the guy who did the ‘Apes’ movies. Matt Reeves. But then he moved

Cinematic Releases: Halloween (2018) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 6 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - The original Halloween is an undisputed classic that remains one of the most lucrative independent films ever made. But I don't think anyone will argue that every sequel that followed seemed hellbent on sodomizing this timeless legacy for the sake of quick cash. As a result, this is a franchise that has no fewer than three timelines: First, you have the Thorn timeline, which includes Parts 1 and 2, disregards the unrelated Season of the Witch, and picks up with Parts 4 through 6 (known as the Thorn Trilogy). Second, you have the Laurie-centric timeline, which contains the first two films, Halloween: 20 Years Later and Halloween: Resurrection. Now, with this recalibration of the series, we just have the original Halloween, and this new one... which also happens to be called Halloween.

Young Budding Storyteller in Wales your Invite is Here

Posted By BlazingMinds 6 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - WALES is known throughout the world as a land of Storytelling and Storytellers. And at Venue Cymru in Llandudno, North Wales, the new generation of Storytellers are being invited to practice the ancient art form at Young Storyteller of Wales / Storiwr Ifanc Cymru which takes place on 10 November. As well as workshops and […]The post Young Budding Storyteller in Wales your Invite is Here appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham