Queued Up: An Interview with Cliff MacMillan, New Releases and Godzilla!

INSIDE THE SCREAM FACTORY

Shout! Factory loves cult movies. For a decade, the home video company has lovingly reissued a steady stream of them and last fall inaugurated their Scream Factory imprint, which has been resurrecting many ’80s horror gems, including Halloween II, Death Valley, They Live and …

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An Interview with The Young Presidents: Building Their Coalition

The elections may be over, but The Young Presidents are still touting their campaign of change and hope. They are seeking your support of their music—which has been described as a blend of ’70s and ’90s rock—and its message. “We still live in the greatest country in the world, and …

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Queued Up: An Interview with John Carpenter, New Releases and Netflix!

The director who brought us Halloween, The Fog and the gloriously gory remake of The Thing, John Carpenter is synonymous with the horror genre, and I was lucky enough to chat with him about his career recently. Scream Factory has given his 1988 film They Live—about a …

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Queued Up: 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

‘Tis the season for studios to roll out the latest deluxe editions and box sets to lure in you and your dollars. Here are some releases that are worth checking out.

ETERNAL FEAR — Universal Studios’ famous monsters have proven to be enduring cinematic creations, ever since The Hunchback Of

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Interview with Coheed And Cambria: Before The Beginning

The musical career of modern progressive rockers Coheed And Cambria has forever been intertwined with frontman Claudio Sanchez’s Amory Wars saga, which he has released in comic book form. And even though the epic storyline wrapped up with Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World For Tomorrow

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Queued Up: Feed Your Fear

Halloween is just around the corner. Here is some scare fare to help you celebrate the most ghoulish time of the year.

 

MOYER FOR YOUR MONEY

True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer takes a detour from his bloodsucking day job to co-star in Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Barrens. A …

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Interview with Jacoby Shaddix from Papa Roach: Mr. Self Destruct

It’s been a rough year for Jacoby Shaddix. While Papa Roach were creating their latest album, The Connection, the singer was separated from Kelly, his wife of 14 years, due to his recurring alcoholism. While he did not want to address his inner turmoil through music, the band’s producer, …

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Queued Up: Drew Goddard’s Subversive Slasher Satire

The Cabin In The Woods is a satirical take on slasher, monster and supernatural movies that traps five young people in the titular location as they are monitored by an underground team of scientists trying to wreak havoc on their lives for a higher evil purpose. Genre junkies will note …

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Interview with Kamelot: Never Surrender

After years of building up their following on both sides of the Atlantic, Florida power metal band Kamelot finally broke through to the Billboard Top 100 albums with their 2010 release, Poetry For The Poisoned. The band was truly rising. Then mere days before their North American tour, their …

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Interview with Steve Vai: Ever Onward

You might think that you can’t teach an older guitarist new licks, but 52-year-old Steve Vai retains an ever-youthful curiosity and hunger for new musical combinations. Just take in The Story Of Light, his first studio album in seven years, and you can hear influences as diverse as blues, …

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