After spending the last several years either in front of the camera or producing, Eli Roth has finally returned to directing feature films with The Green Inferno.
Grindhouse Releasing, the company founded by Academy Award winning editor Bob Murawski and the late Sage Stallone has announced that they will be releasing Blu-ray versions of both Cannibal Holocaust and The Beyond.
Censorship standards have become looser over the years in some ways but much stricter in others. Some types of violence and nudity are easier to get away with – for example if one can prove that it’s being done in a comedic or satirical fashion, it is more likely to be allowed. But if the violence is exploitative or too realistic, it is an entirely different story. There are films from years past that got away with extremely brutal, realistic, graphic acts of violence and or exploitative nudity that would very likely raise more than a few red flags by today’s standards. With that in mind, we have put together a list of five titles that would likely never be released today!
While 1999’s Blair Witch Project is often credited as the first horror movie made in the POV found footage style, such a claim is actually quite untrue.
We've still got a whole lot of summer heat to endure, but the folks at Freddy in Space totally feel ya. Check out their latest round of spooky ice pop ideas!
We have the first image for Eli Roth’s cannibal film The Green Inferno and the nod to Italian grindhouse classic Cannibal Holocaust is pretty obvious in the bloody insanity pictured below.
This week in 1980, we have killer sailors, blood-thirsty cannibals, and some good old-fashioned body horror. First up, John Carpenter’s The Fog.
Horror superstar Eli Roth and his crew faced real-life jungle perils on the location of his new cannibal epic, which he describes in a new interview. Highlights inside!