frank henenlotter

We study a little "Bad Biology"...

Zombie fans, your long wait is over. "Dead Snow" has finally gotten a release date here in the states. Slated for February 23rd, the movie will come in both DVD and Blu-ray flavors.

In light of this weekend's release of 'Daybreakers", star Ethan Hawke sits down to talk about the film. Of note is a reassuring comment on his beliefs that it is important for Vampires to be rated R creatures.

Sean Bean has a new medieval plague epic in the works and Revolver studios has released a bunch of new stills from the film.

Are you starving for some Frank Henenlotter classic cheese and gore? Well then, you're in luck; his latest film "Bad Biology" is due on DVD January 26th.

Frank Henenlotter is a different breed of horror filmmaker. He definitely gyrates wildly to his own unique rhythm, instilling a sense of fun-loving absurdity into what would otherwise pass for watered-down psychodramas featuring a bevy of pathetic individuals not unlike myself. And while many proclaim "Brain Damage" to be the man's ultimate masterpiece, I'd have to say that "Frankenhooker" is truly my favorite Henenlotter film. Of course, that could very possible change at any given moment. In fact, I regret having written that. I wish I were kidding.

Although it may come as a shocking surprise to those spoiled individuals born under the sign of the digital versatile disc, filmed entertainment was a lot harder to come by when yours truly was warming a seat in the American public education system. Instead of Internet bootlegs and overseas Region-Free DVDs, we had second and third-generation VHS recordings distributed by several great mail-order companies and hundreds of unique individuals at flea markets all across the nation.

Basket Case puts a smile on our faces, and Mark makes us all uncomfortable with the Google report.