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WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 166 – DeepThing

by We Love Horror
World of Death is not a stranger to the bizarre, brutal and beautiful. DeepThing, proves that in spades, creeps and creatures! A definite psychedelic ‘trip’ in more ways than one, K.W. Roach has created a hallucinogenic mind twist that manages to place a significant amount of horror stereotypes in a short time period with DeepThing. It begins with a famous quote, then reveals ‘The following is based on actual accounts’ to increase the curious fearful tension. We open with the view of a desolate house at night and cut to a being whose face is wrapped in bandages and whose [...]

[TV Review] “Legion” Season 2 Premiere Builds a Maze of Crazy!

by We Love Horror
Television’s most ambitious and impressive genre series returns like a bolt of electricity to the brain and sets the scene for a crazy sophomore season!  “You’re inside the maze now. You cannot escape. Welcome to madness.” Are we the butterfly that dreams that he’s actually a man, or are we the man who dreams that he’s a butterfly? Legion doesn’t want you to know the answer, but it does want you to get lost in the process and adopt a new perspective. There are a lot of ways to begin a new season of a series, but Legion most importantly [...]

Even If He’s Not In It, Nic Cage Wants a Scary, Rated R ‘Ghost Rider’ Movie

by We Love Horror
I’d still argue that the Nicolas Cage-starring Drive Angry is the best (unofficial) Ghost Rider movie ever made, but Cage himself of course also starred in two actual Ghost Rider films: Ghost Rider in 2007 and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance in 2011. Both films were rated PG-13, and Cage hopes the character’s next is a rated R affair. Speaking with Joblo, Cage laid out his dream Ghost Rider reboot. “Y’know, GHOST RIDER was a movie that always should’ve been an R-rated movie,” Cage admitted to the site. “David Goyer had a brilliant script, which I wanted to do with [...]

This Artist Painted All Your Favorite Horror Villains Onto Easter Eggs

by We Love Horror
Including old Pennywise and new Pennywise painted onto a single egg! Artist Danny Kissel describes himself “a self taught professional Pumpkin Slayer & Chainsaw Wood Carver” in his Instagram bio, and he is *really* good at what he does. In fact, Kissel was part of Food Network’s “Halloween Wars” not once but twice for his incredible pumpkin carvings, which take the art of carving to a whole nother level. But it’s not Kissel’s pumpkins that are going viral across the internet this weekend. Rather, it’s Kissel’s Easter eggs, as he’s hand-painted horror icons onto eggs this year. Yes, he even [...]

[What the Fest !? Review] ‘Blue My Mind’ is a Strange, Exceptional Debut with Elements of Body Horror

by We Love Horror
If you think you’ve seen everything the coming-of-age narrative style has to offer, you haven’t seen director Lisa Bruhlmann’s fantastical, surreal debut film, Blue My Mind, which premiered at IFC’s What the Fest!? tonight. The story follows Mia (Luna Wedler), a 15-year-old late-bloomer who is trying to make an impression on the cool girls at her new school. After a few fruitless attempts, Mia finally catches the attention of Gianna (Zoë Pastelle Holthuizen), the leader of the clique and a lawless party girl with whom Mia is completely fascinated. As she earns her way into Gianna’s good graces, Mia must also come [...]

[What the Fest !? Review] ‘Valley of Shadows’ Is a Grim and Fascinating Fairy Tale

by We Love Horror
Shooting on 35mm may seem like an unnecessary luxury now that we live in the glory days of digital cinema, but even the harshest of critics have to admit that the format still carries an ethereal charm, and probably always will. Norwegian filmmaker Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen and his cinematographer brother Marius Matzow Gulbrandsen are clearly aware of this, as their debut feature Valley of Shadows takes full advantage of the format in bringing this darkly atmospheric world to life. Valley of Shadows stars Adam Ekeli as Aslak, an adventurous 6-year-old boy convinced that a werewolf is terrorizing his quiet sheep-herding [...]

James Wan and Roy Lee Remaking Stephen King’s ‘Tommyknockers’!

by We Love Horror
Two huge names in horror are teaming to rework Stephen King‘s The Tommyknockers. James Wan, the director and producer behind The Conjuring horror movies, and Roy Lee, one of the producers behind the adaptation of King’s It, are tackling the adaptation of King’s 1987 science fiction-horror novel, says THR. Wan also co-created and directed Saw and Insidious, and is producing the Conjuring spinoffs, The Nun, Annabelle, and The Crooked Man. Lee is a producer on The Grudge, The Ring, Quarantine, Death Note, and dozens of other high profile genre films. The duo, who would produce via their respective banners Atomic Monster and Vertigo, have teamed [...]

WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 165 – Quiet Time

by We Love Horror
What do you get when you combine creepy hospitals, freakish mimes and one long take? This week’s installment of World of Death, of course! Sit back, relax and, out of respect for others, keep quiet! Opening with what feels like an entrance into an eerie dreamscape, QUIET TIME uses a first-person perspective to put the viewer literally in the shoes of our main protagonist. The man wheels himself around the starch corridors of Floor 13 while encountering a series of bizarre and unsettling vignettes acted out by stoic figures doused with face paint. The first person perspective is incredibly engrossing [...]

Before ‘Pacific Rim’ There Was Stuart Gordon’s ‘Robot Jox’!

by We Love Horror
This past weekend, the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 flick, Pacific Rim, made its way to theaters. Despite finally dethroning Black Panther from the top spot, Pacific Rim: Uprising brought in around $28 million domestic. Granted, it’s already proving itself to be a juggernaut over in China where it was quite literally “engineered” to succeed. That was a Universal exec’s word, not mine. Long before del Toro brought the crumbling world of Jaegers and Kaiju (not the rubber suited variety) to screens, a little movie from Empire Pictures had already brought the image of awe-inspiring, human controlled battle mechs to theaters. Since that [...]

[SXSW Interview] The Cast & Crew of ‘Most Likely to Murder’ Discuss Douchebag Characters and Raunchy Women

by We Love Horror
Writing duo Dan Gregor and Doug Mand made a name for themselves working on the hit CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother. Since that series concluded in 2014, they have contributed to the CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which stars (and was co-created by) Gregor’s wife Rachel Bloom, who also has a role in their debut film Most Likely to Murder (my review). The film had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on March 12, 2018. I had the pleasure of speaking with Gregor, Mand, Bloom and the film’s lead Adam Pally (Happy Endings) about the film. Most Likely to Murder sees Billy (Adam [...]