In addition to the usual reviews and comments you would find on a horror movie blog, this is also a document of the wonderfully vast horror movie section of the video store I worked at in my youth.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Don't Kill The Messenger 86

Okay, it's time for the first DKTM of 2011. Here's what I've got for you today.

F13, Final Girl Style.

There's a cool thing currently going on over at Final Girl. Stacie has decided to illustrate, in her own inimitable style, every death in the Friday the 13th series. Here's a sample showing one of Jason's more memorable kills.

She has been showcasing them one movie at a time, so click on the links for her renditions of Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

Monster Brains.

The Vicar of VHS put me onto this great site called Monster Brains. It is a site that focuses mainly on genre art and is brimming with movie posters, illustrations and all sorts of cool stuff. The specific post that got me hooked was this one, featuring vintage posters. Here are a few of my faves below.

Check out the marvellous Monster Brains out for yourself, by clicking here.

Indie Print.

I have talked before about the film I worked on a few years ago. My friend Darryl Shaw's Android Re-Enactment has finally emerged from its lengthy post-production process and is now ready to be unleashed on the world. Recently, it has enjoyed a good amount of coverage. Todd Brown was kind enough to feature the trailer on Twitch and due to its significant influence online, the trailer soon feathered out via links, to other popular sites like io9 and Quiet Earth. Now, the story of Android is now in print. The Toronto Star just did a story on local indie film productions and Android was featured. See below for a scan of the article. I'm afraid the print is pretty small, so click here for a transcript.

Yesiree, exciting times.

1 comment:

TheMikeSchwartz said...

That Deadly Spawn poster is to die for.