Hey all. It's a lazy Sunday afternoon here. Here's what I've got for you this week.
What A Tease!
A couple of cool videos for some upcoming music projects hit the Web recently. I'm sure you are as excited as I am about John Carpenter's collaboration with French composer Jean Michel Jarre. They will be working together on a track on Jarre's upcoming album. Check out this interview with the masters themselves.
Secondly, Videogram, the horror synth stylings of Swedish musician Magnus Sellergren, has released a teaser for a single off his upcoming LP, Pre-Cert. Here's the video for Outpost 31 Isn't Responding below.
For more info on Videogram, check out his Bandcamp page, here.
Read Along Witchcraft.
Ihorror recently linked to a cool project from Cousin Barnabas from The Collinsport Historical Society. Remember those See, Hear, Read LP's from back in the day? Well, Barnabas created a little Photoshop project positing Dario Argento's 1977 classic Suspiria in such a format.
Pretty glorious, wouldn't you say? Since Argento first envisioned the age of the girls in the academy to be much younger - you can still see evidence of this as lines like “names which begin with the letter 'S' are the names of SNAKES! Sssss! Ssssss!” do seem odd when spoken by grown women - this doesn't feel so out of place. For more stuff from Barnabas, click here.
I recently saw the Red Band trailer for Christopher Landon's Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.
This supposed mash-up of Superbad & Zombieland does looks like it could be fun. If anything I am glad to see Landon break out of the Paranormal purgatory he's been wrapped up in for the last few years. Scouts is set to release this Halloween.