If you're a fan or a student of the slasher sub-genre, you're going to have to check out The Burning at least once. I'd never call it a great (or even good) horror flick, but it does deserve mention for its stellar gore effects, its bizarre cast and crew, and its few moments of actual creepiness -- and having it presented in a great blu-ray package is obviously a nice bonus.
Tom Savini is a make up effects legend and an original badass. He is responsible for making the demise of hundreds of fornicating teenagers look realistic as well as bringing all sorts of disfigured monsters to life.
Scream Factory has revealed the extra features for their upcoming DVD/Blu-ray releases of “The Burning” and “The Town that Dreaded Sundown.” Check 'em out!
This little tale of backwoods butchery secured a strong fanbase thanks to its burly, axe-swingin' villain Madman Marz. Today we take a look at the film's enduring cult fame.
The horror hits just keep on coming from Shout! Factory's dedicated horror line Scream Factory, including cult classics “The Burning” and “The Town That Dreaded Sundown.” Dig the details!
For the first installment in our retrospective series on slasher flicks of the '70s and '80s, we take an early trip to summer camp with this 1981 cult classic.
Ah, The Burning. It may appear to be a typical summer camp slasher movie, but it’s actually much more.
Sequels are often maligned and rarely live up to the original film on which they are based.