If you somehow missed it, horror geeks were given a really cool treat last week: Cannibal Holocaust finally arrived on Blu-ray courtesy of the folks at Grindhouse Releasing. Ruggero Deodato’s film is the crown jewel of the Italian cannibal flicks – a notorious subgenre of Italian exploitation cinema that had a short shelf life, but spawned countless controversies… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Your Complete Guide to Italian Cannibal Movies, Part 1
Charge your hyperdrives and grab your lightsabers, readers, because it’s time for another Poster-Crop Quiz. For this week’s, in honor of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, we decided to spotlight some science-fiction sequels. Prepare to boldly go where… well, all of these franchises’ respective first films had gone before.
We gathered posters for 10 sci-fi sequels and then foolishly walked… Continue reading Poster-Crop Quiz: Can You Guess These Sci-fi Sequels?
You’re not the only one upset that Edgar Wright is no longer directing “Ant-Man”: Star Michael Douglas is… Continue reading Michael Douglas Is Bummed About Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man' Exit, Too
Whenever a new film from an existing franchise hits theaters, it’s always fun to examine how it fits in with the overall franchise. Of course, if you’re a hard-core fan, the only way to do that properly is to rank all the movies from best to worst. With Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in theaters this weekend, we thought it might be fun to… Continue reading You Rank the 'Planet of the Apes' Movies
Fred Armisen is everywhere – Broad City, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Seth Meyers – and now, he can add being on 2014′s Emmy nominations list to his resume.
Armisen was nominated for his acting in IFC sketch comedy Portlandia, as well as his work as part of the show’s writing team. “Even though I’ve heard the expression before, I really do truly mean it when I say it really is an honor,”… Continue reading Fred Armisen talks working with his friends and ‘Portlandia’ Emmy nods