John Carpenter - Lost Themes: Noir

John Carpenter – Lost Themes IV: Noir (Album Review)

While John Carpenter is almost always recognized for his accomplishments in filmmaking, it should not be overlooked that he is also a pretty stellar composer. Responsible for countless unforgettable scores – including work for his 1979 classic Halloween, 1984’s The Fog, 1986’s Big Trouble in Little China, among ... Read More

Interview – Charles Band

There is little debate the 1980s were a golden age for Horror films. Monsters, killers, vampires, freaks, zombies, or demons… there was something for everyone lurking around the corner of your local movie theater, or more so, your local video store. Highly memorable, it was ... Read More

Subspecies V: Blood Rise (Movie Review)

Back in the early ’90s direct-to-video Horror films were plentiful. Some were godawful, others perfect for group viewings to share in a good laugh, and others a decent enough quality to build a fanbase. Among the better of this grouping of Horror films was the Subspecies series. ... Read More

Slayers (Movie Review)

The undead, and those that kill them, have been a popular fixture in horror action for at least a century or more. For every Dracula, there is a Van Helsing, a Blade, and even a Buffy. The Avenue and Highland Film Group adds to that ... Read More