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, July 5, 2015

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Hey everyone. I hope you all are enjoying your holidays, no matter on which side of the 49th parallel you reside. It was a fairly slow week on the news front, but take a gander at these.

Don't Go In The Barn!

Check out the new trailer for Alejandro Amenábar's upcoming thriller Regression.

This is Amenábar's first horror since 2001's The Others, so I am keen to welcome him back into the fold. While the trailer doesn't wow, I eagerly await my first opportunity to see Emma Watson onscreen, as never having been into Harry Potter, I feel her all-too-brief appearance in the This Is The End was not really a true gauge of this lady's talents. Also, Ethan Hawke is currently on good terms with me after the fantastic Predestination washed out the bad taste left by the last act of Sinister. Regression releases August 28th.

Color Me Kubrick.

Thanks to the site Dangerous Minds, I discovered artist Tomer Hanuka's Stanley Kubrick series this week. 

I love this guy's style and attention to detail. It is sublime how well it lends itself to the wonderful tapestries that Kubrick wove over his fifty-year career. There are two more pieces in the series to be released at a later date, so stay tuned to his site for the reveal.

Meet The Monsters.

Here is a cool Kickstarter campaign from UK artist Karen Ruffles.

So please give generously, so Karen can visualize all the monsters that live in the shadows of Northern England. To contribute and check out the various rewards, click here.

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