Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Undertaker (1988) Review

Uncle Roscoe (Joe Spinell) is a small town undertaker who loves his work and his customers, literally.  Roscoe is a necrophiliac who turns his female victims into brides while male victims become members of the wedding party.  When Nick (Patrick Askin) … Continue reading

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Maniac Cop Screenplay

Here’s the original script for Bill Lustig’s MANIAC COP, titled simply “Cordell” by master screenwriter Larry Cohen. Cordell (aka Maniac Cop) (3.16meg) July 7th 1987 Draft by Larry Cohen – PDF format Innocent people are being brutally murdered on the … Continue reading

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Marty teams up with a Killer Santa, Linda Blair, and a confused Vampire

If you missed the uncut version of Slaughter High the first time Lionsgate released it on dvd, then don’t fret.  Lionsgate has re-released the dvd as part of a 4-Film Pack along with Silent Night Deadly Night 3, Repossessed, and … Continue reading

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David Tennant joins Fright Night remake, McLovin is Evil Ed

Former Doctor Who star David Tennant will play vampire killer Peter Vincent in the new Fright Night remake.  Christopher Mintz-Plasse (McLovin from Super Bad) is the new Evil Ed.  They will join Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin, and Toni Collette in the … Continue reading

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Butcher Knives and Body Counts

Keep an eye on bookshelves this fall for the latest word on our beloved slashers. The book is called Butcher Knives and Body Counts and will feature dozens of essays on our favorite genre. Edited by Vince Liaguno (author of the The … Continue reading

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The Eyes Have It!

I once read in Video Watchdog, “If the eyes are the window to the soul, then Lucio Fulci is the ultimate voyeur”. This is perhaps the most concise description of Fulci’s eyeball torture mastery. Not only are eyes the most expressive part … Continue reading

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