POSTER: Check out the new IT: CHAPTER 2 Poster!

POSTER: Check out the new IT: CHAPTER 2 Poster!

The Cult crew is at San Diego Comic Con all week, but news is still breaking, so check out the new poster for IT: Chapter 2 with a trailer coming tomorrow at More »

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #8 – Santa with Muscles (1996)

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #8 – Santa with Muscles (1996)

During this very festive episode, the View and Spew Crew celebrate Christmas in July with SANTA WITH MUSCLES starring Hulk Hogan. This family comedy features a martial arts gourmet chef with weaponized More »

TRAILERS: Check out first teaser trailer and poster for Blumhouse’s THE HUNT

TRAILERS: Check out first teaser trailer and poster for Blumhouse’s THE HUNT

Blumhouse has had a lot of success with high concept ideas in horror. From The Purge, To Get Out, to Happy Death Day, you can’t argue against Blumhouse executing unique ideas well More »

TRAILER:  Check out the full trailer for Rob Zombie’s THREE FROM HELL plus theatrical release details!

TRAILER: Check out the full trailer for Rob Zombie’s THREE FROM HELL plus theatrical release details!

It’s been 14 years since Rob Zombie brought us arguably his best film, The Devil’s Rejects. This September, he’s following that up with the unlikely sequel Three From Hell, the full trailer More »

PODCAST: Horror Cult #3 – Possession in Horror Films, Sleepaway Camp (1983), Luz (2019), Horror at #SDCC 2019

PODCAST: Horror Cult #3 – Possession in Horror Films, Sleepaway Camp (1983), Luz (2019), Horror at #SDCC 2019

Victor Moreno and Kirby Nelson are back with Episode #3 of Horror Cult. In this edition, the pair look at possession in horror film. From The Exorcist, to The Autopsy of Jane More »

COLLECTIBLES: Check out the limited-edition Legion Season 3 Lunchbox from FX!

COLLECTIBLES: Check out the limited-edition Legion Season 3 Lunchbox from FX!

It’s not a secret that the Cult Podcasting Network loves their collectibles. From laser discs to blu-ray box sets and collectible figures. Sometimes, we get some of these cool items from companies More »

GIVEAWAYS: Free Advanced Tickets to see the premiere of the Batman-inspired series PENNYWORTH on 7/18 in Tempe!

GIVEAWAYS: Free Advanced Tickets to see the premiere of the Batman-inspired series PENNYWORTH on 7/18 in Tempe!

We’re huge Batman fans here at the Cult Classics/Geekly Phoenix/Cult Following HQ, so courtesy of your friends at Geekly Phoenix and Allied Media and EPIX, we want you guys to be among More »

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #7 – Sunset Grill (1993)

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #7 – Sunset Grill (1993)

On this episode of View & Spew Review, we dive into the booze-soaked Los Angeles noir SUNSET GRILL (1993) starring a mustachioed and cowboy hat-sporting Peter Weller as a washed-up private detective More »

PODCAST: Horror Cult Podcast #2 – The Future of the Zombie Film Genre

PODCAST: Horror Cult Podcast #2 – The Future of the Zombie Film Genre

Victor Moreno and Kirby Nelson are back with Episode #2 of Horror Cult. In this edition, the two talk about Mad Monster Arizona, Midsommar, Culture Shock, Stranger Things Season 3 and body More »

REVIEW: “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is a fitting epilogue to the saga of Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

REVIEW: “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is a fitting epilogue to the saga of Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a solid piece of story-telling about the burden of carrying on a legacy that defines you in the eyes of others and aspiring to be your own More »

REVIEW: Midsommar (2019)

REVIEW: Midsommar (2019)

Directorial debuts, especially in the horror realm, tend to be the definition of hit or miss. The knockout entries in the former category (classics like George Romero’s, “Night of the Living Dead,” More »

REVIEW: Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

REVIEW: Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

“Miss me?” With barely two years passed since the surprisingly excellent sequel, “Annabelle: Creation” and a scant half decade of life for the franchise, the titular deadly doll has finally come home More »

 

TRAILER: Check out the Redband Trailer and Poster for READY OR NOT, in theaters 8/23!

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It’s surprising how much talent originated from the V/H/S anthology films. One of those talents is the collective of Radio Silence. The trio are behind one of this summer’s most under the radar horror films, READY OR NOT, hitting theaters

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #5: Dead Men Don’t Die (1990)

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Every episode of the ‘Cinema Fantastico: View & Spew Review’ Adam Rutkowski, Joshua T. Ruth and Shawn McLoughlin get together to watch an obscure film none of them have seen then discuss it immediately after. This episode covers DEAD MEN

PODCAST: Horror Cult Podcast #1 – Fathers in Horror Film

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Open the crypt and light your way to the first episode of the latest podcast on the Cult Following Network – Horror Cult! Join hosts Victor Moreno and Kirby Nelson as they examine your favorite horror films, horror movie tropes,

EVENTS: Check out the full Tour Stop Schedule for the Annabelle Comes Home Artifact Tour!

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Annabelle is coming for you, and she’s bringing friends. Experience the Warren Family Artifact Room Tour – coming to a city near you and then experience Annabelle Comes Home in theaters on June 26th! In anticipation of the upcoming release

GIVEAWAYS: Phoenix! Win a pair of Advanced VIP Tickets to see ANNABELLE COMES HOME on Wednesday, June 19th in Tempe!

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The latest entry into the Conjuringverse hits theaters on Wednesday, June 26th with ANNABELLE COMES HOME! Your friends at Cult and Allied Integrated Media Phoenix want YOU to be among the first to see the film and we have GUARANTEED

REVIEW: 5B opens a window to the nascent era of the 1980s AIDS epidemic and spotlights the unseen human element that rose up in its wake.

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While directors Dan Knauss and Paul Haggis’ film 5B does an amazing job of putting the viewer in the midst of the xenophobia and fear surrounding the rise of the AIDS epidemic, the true wonder spotlighted is the human spirit

REVIEW: SHAFT is a throwback to the buddy cop comedies of the 80’s and the original blacksploitation classic.

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Black-ish creator and Girls Trip co-writer Kenya Barris along with Family Guy’s Alex Barnow craft a script that follows the too cool to suffer fools blueprint of the original franchise, while embedding it with a sense of the urban culture

Surprise! Blumhouse is dropping a BLACK CHRISTMAS remake hitting theaters December 13, 2019!

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Blumhouse has set up a nice shingle for themselves as perhaps the only place that can deliver high concept horror like Get Out, Happy Death Day, and Upgrade, while being able to produce actual decent remakes of films like they

REVIEW: TOY STORY 4 brings an emotional close to the story of Woody and the gang.

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Loyalty to those we care about and knowing when to let go are central themes in this bittersweet entry in Pixar’s signature series. I think growing up, most people have a toy or blanket or plush that they carried everywhere

TRAILER: Mike Flanagan’s DOCTOR SLEEP hews close to Kubrick’s vision of THE SHINING

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Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining is one of my favorite horror adaptations of all the time. That being said, the trailer for Absentia director Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of King’s follow-up to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, following a grown-up Danny

REVIEW: THE DEAD DON’T DIE – an exercise in the zombie film genre that fails to truly spring to life.

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Director Jim Jarmusch continues to play with the idea of genre deconstruction with his work; this time tackling the zombie film canon. Yet, despite some impressive names & Jarmusch’s signature wryness, the film disappoints and struggles to utter what defines

REVIEW: THEY COME KNOCKING makes an attempt to spin a new kind of ghost story for Father’s Day.

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Blumhouse’s latest for Hulu’s monthly Into The Dark series melds elements of The Hills Have Eyes & Poltergeist but suffers from largely unlikeable characters acting against their own best interests to the nth degree. Upon the first watch of They

REVIEW: I AM MOTHER is an intriguing post-modern take on the idea of a robot apocalypse.

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Wearing its influences on its sleeve, I Am Mother plays on the notion of robot apocalypse with the flavor of James Cameron’s Terminator by way of Children of Men. By and large, the most effective and critically reviewed science fiction

BLU-RAY: Us hits Blu Ray/DVD on 6/18. Check out 2 features and bonus clips!

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One of this year’s most talked about films, Jordan Peele’s Us, finally hits home video on June 18th. We’re excited about this release, and we have a couple of bonus features from the Blu-Ray we can share, along with 2

PODCAST: View & Spew Review #4: Voyage of the Rock Aliens (1984)

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Check out Episode #4 View and Spew Review reviewing 1984’s Voyage of The Rock Aliens. Up now on our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/c/cultclassics. In this entry, Rock aliens travel to find the source of some rock and roll… on Earth!

REVIEW: Black Mirror Season 5 hits on some provacative points in Striking Vipers, but provides overall mixed bag of social commentary in Smithereens and Rachel, Jack & Ashley Too.

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The latest season of Black Mirror hit Netflix on Thursday, June 5th with three new and highly anticipated episodes in a truncated fifth season. This season was something of a surprise as most of us thought that Netflix’s Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Black

EVENTS: Phoenix! Tour a real-life museum of artifacts from the Conjuring Universe with the “Annabelle Comes Home Artifact Tour” on 6/22 & 6/23!

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Get ready for Annabelle to possess you on the Artifact Room Tour when she and her spirited friends arrive in Phoenix! One of my favorite events I’ve attended in the past year was the “I Like Scary Movies” Experience in

REVIEW: X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX brings Fox era of X-Men Films to close with strong team ensemble film that frustrates with potential of what could have been.

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X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX, writer/director Simon Kinberg’s directorial debut, delivers what fans have asked for years: an actual X-Men team ensemble comic book space opera that feels authentic to the comic book despite Fox’s mishmash of timeline jumping and missing characters.