In this week's all new edition of 'The Vault,' we're going back to one of the Italian master of horror's most well regarded pieces of cinematic work. That's right. We're talking about Dario Argento and the movie in question is 'Opera!' For this commentary, we invited filmmaker and occasional FEARNET blogger Drew Daywalt ('Red Clover') along with actor AJ Bowen ('The Sacrament,' 'You're Next,' 'The House Of The Devil') to offer their insight into the wild world of Argento's unique horror!
Rather than simply painting over existing figures, Montwain Gonzales meticulously creates small-scale versions of his favorite horror icons, sculpting heads and even stitching together clothing.
Each of the killers comes equipped with their own weapon of choice, Jack Torrance clutching his trusty axe and You're Next's Fox Mask brandishing a deadly crossbow.
This past year saw some truly awesome poster art make its way onto the internet and our walls, to the point that it was no easy task to cut the list down to only ten... so I didn't!
Let's get right to the point: 2013 was not exactly a banner year for our beloved horror genre. Oh sure, you'll always find a good batch a horror flicks over any 12-month period, but if you scour the 2013 release calendar you'll notice that A) Hollywood studios released very few horror flicks this year, and B) the indie filmmaker and distributors (as usual) really stepped in to fill that void.
Come along with me as I reflect on some of the most blessed things that have happened to us horror fans this year!
One of the best examples of independent cinema at its finest is this year's critically acclaimed post-apocolypic buddy movie 'The Battery.' And while the film is readily available via VOD digital outlets or directly from the filmmakers themselves, if you're in LA, here's your chance to see it with a crowd... and for FREE!
It's another Friday, which means another new episode of the Killer POV podcast is live over on the GeekNation website and we feel like you guys will get a kick out of this particular topic and this episode's particular guests