Whatever one’s view of sequels may be, especially in horror and its related subsets which are well known for a glut of garbage, Blumhouse may have finally found the formula for cinematic cold fusion, mainlining into their many franchises, including the follow up to 2014’s dismal original.
Cult Following Episode 46 is hot off the steam train and into your ear-holes. Watch your heads as its time for our annual Halloween Special!
This year we talk about haunted Halloween theme parks (from Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood to Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland and more!) as well as some of our respective favorite underground horror gems and we chat a bit about Beyond Fest 2016 in Hollywood and Gullermo Del Toro’s “At Home with Monsters” exhibit at LACMA.
Also listen to hear about Adam’s “Cult Following Challenge”. It’s time for change and accountability. Are you ready?
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Director Andrea Arnold presents an intriguing glimpse into the subculture of street kids selling magazine subscriptions door to door in her impressive, if uneven, directorial debut.
Phantasm: Remastered & Phantasm: Ravager
Directed by Don Coscarelli & David Hartman
Egyptian Theater, October 1 2016
Making its way across the world like the Tall Man exhuming his unearthly army, “Phantasm” a franchise that began the year of my birth is celebrating four decades of the little franchise that could with a remastered version of the film that started it all and it’s long in making finale with the fifth part, “Ravager.” Will you be impressed with the renovated original and does the latest have the balls to match its brethren? Find out after the jump.
Kings of Cult
Full Moon Pictures
Icons of independent entertainment, Roger Corman and Charles Band star as the titular royalty and while their films may be first rate cult, this is little more than bargain bin fodder that would have been better served as a supplement to a deluxe edition or padded out with additional content to maximize the value.