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Zack Carlson and Joe Ziemba recently launched BLEEDING SKULL! VIDEO, a film distribution label specializing in extremely low-budget horror and exploitation. The movies they plan on releasing will have had very little distribution on their initial release, and even sometimes none at all. Thus far they’ve released one obscure flick, a VHS exclusive called Cards of Death. It’s a trippy, blood-soaked romp through the seedy criminal underground featuring some of the most absurd death scenes ever committed to tape. If Cards is any indication of what to expect from a BLEEDING SKULL! release, it would be wise to keep your eyes peeled for whatever other oddities will be coming next.
He’s been referred to as the “modern-day Boris Karloff” and the heir-apparent to “Man Of A Thousand Faces” Lon Chaney’s throne. Rue Morgue’s Ron McKenzie sits down with Doug Jones to discuss his career, his friendship with long-time collaborator, Guillermo Del Toro, and (naturally) his love for the monstrous.
Introducing JOHN FAWCETT’S GINGER SNAPS, by UBC film professor Ernest Mathijs (Cult Cinema, 100 Cult Films, The Cult Film Reader), published by the University of Toronto Press on their Canadian Cinema imprint. RM’s Michael Mitchell talked to Prof Mathijs about the deeper themes running through the Canadian cult classic and its enduring appeal after all these years.
“A masterpiece of gaming history.” The first and the last true vampire RPG.” “Lines of dialogue you won’t forget.” No question, fans of the 2000 PC video game VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE – REDEMPTION, based on the White Wolf World of Darkness tabletop RPG game universe, are smitten. We braved the cloying cuteness of Anime North 2014 to get the recollections of voice actor Michael Benyaer – the talent who brought the scheming Wilhelm to undeath in the game.