In honor of the release of "Fury Road", I attempt to make some sense out of "Mad Max" for the Nintendo Entertainment System. A game where you can run out of fuel before you even figure out what you're supposed to be doing. Oh, and don't forget about the bumper cars.
(Editor's note: Over the rest of this week and next we'll be rolling out our staff picks for the best in horror from 2014, leading up to the official BGH Best of 2014 list and the Year in Review podcast. Enjoy!)
What's in the box? Find out with this hypnotic remix of Clive Barker's "Hellraiser" (1979). Using an original track by iBenji, the mix takes you from the dulcet tones of the infamous puzzle box to the sound of souls being torn apart in just a few minute's time. Enjoy, like, and subscribe to BGH's Youtube page to be up on future videos!
One month after we released IT'S JASON VOORHEES!, our first foray into video remixes of classic horror movies, BGH is releasing the second one into the world. Behold, AQUAPHOBIA!, a trippy hip hop remix of Steven Spielberg's seminal horror film JAWS, set to a track by DJ AtomAnt. So grab your sizzurp, and vibe out to some nautical nastiness.
Did you miss Sunday night's epic livesteram of awesomeness? If so, then you weren't able to bask in the calming glow of Schnaars' baby nursery, or the majestic manliness of CC's husband. If you missed it, we highly recommend you fire up "Contracted" on Netflix now, grab a drink, visit that Youtube link and prepare to be violated.
We recently sat down with Don Thacker, director of the indie film Motivational Growth, to see where the inspiration from the twisted film came from.
In Motivational Growth, Ian Foliver (Adrian DiGiovanni), a depressed and reclusive man in his 30s, finds himself taking advice from a growth in his bathroom after a failed suicide attempt. The Mold (‘ReAnimator’ star Jeffrey Combs), a smooth talking fungus born of the filth in a neglected bathroom, works to help Ian clean himself up and remodel his lifestyle. The Mold has big plans for Ian, but they may not be as innocent as they seem. A labyrinthine-narrative follows, full of colorfully-drawn characters and gruesome body horror. “The Mold knows, Jack. The Mold knows.”