The Case of 22 Neo-Giallos Laying In The Red Silk Midnight With Bloodstained Orchids and Laughing Windows

Giallo is a dying genre. It was never really successful by any means, but it did gain a huge cult following, inspiring countless filmmakers, and cinematographers around the globe. One of the main reasons the genre died, in my opinion, was because no one tried to reinvent it, leading to a constant barrage of black gloved killers with a Goblin or Goblin-esque score. There wasn’t anything wrong with that by any means, but it’s one of the reasons why the genre went away. You could even say the same thing for the slasher genre…

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ScreamCast 71: Finding Art in the Horrific (An Interview With Artsploitation Films)

We had the pleasure to speak with Eric Bresler of Artsploitation films. During the discussion we cover their newest releases including The Treatment, Horsehead, Der Samurai and the upcoming film, Cub. Also, we plunge the depths of VOD to find horror only available in Digital HD in our segment Scream Streams and pray to the VHS gods for a decent release of 1987’s The Kindred in our segment Vide-OHMYGOD!

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ScreamCast 66: Tentacle Love (An Interview With Spring’s Benson & Moorhead)

Blood, tentacles and true love are in the air! This week we had the pleasure to sit down with Spring directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. We discuss their film as well as some of their upcoming projects. Also, we’ve extended our contest drawing another week! Listen for details!

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ScreamCast 65: To Cannibal Ferox And Beyond!

This week we stumble into Italian blood soaked madness with three releases from Grindhouse Releasing: The Beyond, Cannibal Holocaust and Cannibal Ferox! Lucio Fulci is indeed a “Master Of Gore” but what makes The Beyond one of his most beloved works? Also, are there redeeming any merits in the Cannibal subgenre in today’s society? We also introduce another chance to win some goodies including coffee and another Arrow blu-ray!

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