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Horror Icon Mini-Marathon: Tommy Lee Wallace

When a young filmmaker’s career is linked heavily to another filmmaker early in their career, it can sometimes be difficult to extricate themselves from the shadow of their partnership and make a recognizable name for themselves as separate creators. When the other filmmaker is John Carpenter, one of the most well-known directors in the horror genre, it makes the challenge all the more difficult.

Shelf Space: "The Fog" Blu-ray Review

HI! My name is Jake. Since all I really do is sit in the dark and watch movies, I've been trusted to do some home media reviews for the site. There are tons of cult/horror blu-rays coming out every month but we, the fans, can only take home so many.. Shelf Space was created to help be your guiding light when making those tough decisions. It's an honor to be let aboard the Bloody Good Horror pimp ship as it continues its journey to internet greatness.

Capturing Film's Unseen Moments: An Interview with Kim Gottlieb-Walker

Kim Gottlieb-Walker has worked with many titans of film like John Carpenter, Steven Spielberg, and Clint Eastwood. Shooting not only for film and television, she is responsible for many of the iconic photos of Bob Marley that we have today. She also honorably represents the Cinematographer’s Guild on their National Executive Board. Kim was gracious enough to let me interview her about her decades of experience.

You've worked on several of John Carpenter's films. Can you tell us what that experience was like from film to film working with the same director?

Horror Headlines: Friday April 12th, 2013

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This Bluray artwork for John Carpenter's "The Fog" is delightful. Hal Holbrook's 'stache is simply breathtaking.

Michael Cane has joined the cast of Brad Anderson's ("Session 9") next film, "Eliza Graves". The story is loosely based on Edgar Allan Poe's early short story "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether". I assume Cane will play one of those two guys, right? Or maybe a butler. Is there a butler?

Glen Mazzara, a one-time show runner on "The Walking Dead", is developing a prequel to "The Shining" over at Warner Bro's. This is actually… a good idea. I know, I'm as surprised as you are.

"Highrise" is described as "Misery" in a Manhattan Skyscraper". I assume it's about Schnaars and a mentally unbalanced BGH fan. If Hollywood needs any advice, I have many casting suggestions.

I have no idea what "R.I.P.D." is about, but if the still above is in any way indicative of the film. Sign me up.

In Real People News: 

Are you freakout out about the first major Cicada breakout in the Northeast in 17 years? Have no fear, turns out they're delicious. You're welcome.

This Orthodox Jewish man wore a plastic bag over his whole body on a flight to protect himself from the dirty, dirty women flying with him. Religion is hilarious you guys.

Ever wonder why monkey's butt's are so colorful?. Well, there you go. Science is the best.

The Sinister Six Violent Ghost Movies

I am so excited for today's release of Sinister that I feel like stripping down to my boxer shorts, lathering myself up in cocoa butter and running up and down the streets of my neighborhood, pounding on doors and offering encouragement for all that answer to join me at the local theater. Since my lawyer has advised me that would be a foolhardy idea, I'll just give you a rundown of a half dozen other violent ghost stories that kick ass. Why a half dozen? Didn't you ever read Spiderman? The “Sinister Six” arc killed, man.


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