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IFC Streaming Finnish Horror "Sauna"

If you have IFC On Demand, they're currently streaming the Finnish horror film "Sauna". According to IMDB here's the synopsis:

"Sauna" tells the story of two brothers, who leave a young girl to die and become haunted by her, as she follows them in supernatural form, her face pouring with endless filth.

The reviews on IMDB are positive. Plus, if that image above is any indication, the cinematography and art direction are kick-ass.

"It Came From Kuchar" Trailer

I don't know why, but documentaries on the processes and machinations of making Z-grade horror are like crack to me. Whether it's something like "American Movie", "Horror Business", or the recent release "Blood, Boobs & Beast", I find myself absolutely fascinated with the kind of people who make this crap. I would never in a million years want to do what they do, or even watch their movies, and yet there is something so straightforward and genuine about these people you almost always end up falling in love with them by the time the movie's over.

Virginia Madsen Interview Footage

What we have here is some interesting raw footage from an interview with Virginia Madsen, Academy Award nominee and star of Lionsgate's upcoming "The Haunting in Connecticut". Madsen is a pretty fantastic actress, and if you believe this footage, also a huge fan of "scary movies". She of course is most well known to horror fans as the female lead in "Candyman", arguably one of the best horror films produced by the 1990's. She seems genuinely excited about the film, and working with first time feature director Peter Cornwell. Included in her glowing comments:

"Gobstopper" Trailer Assaults SXSW

I was emailed this recently and thought it was too good to pass up. It's literally, and I mean LITERALLY, one of the greatest things I have ever seen. It's a fake trailer for a film called "Gobstopper" starring Christopher Lloyd (!) Check out the description and the video below... you won't believe what you're seeing.

I would also like to thank this video for giving me my new favorite pickup line, "My BONER's got weird old candy bars!"

French Blaxploitation Exists

That title just about says it all, doesn't it? This film is called (naturally) "Black", and here's the trailer. I looked everywhere for a synopsis for you guys but no such luck. I'm pretty sure you can write it yourself though. After watching that I'm generally speechless, so you'll forgive me on the lack of commentary. My one question is this, is it offensive for the French to make a Blaxploitation film, or just adorable?

SXSW Trailer Roundup

The film portion of South by Southwest was last week and a few interesting horror flicks screened at Fantastic Fest at Midnight, the genre-themed festival within a festival.

Fired Investment Banker Turns to Horror

Times are tough my friends. Working in New York City I see people getting shit canned left and right and there’s no end in sight. So what’s a 41 year old Wall Street investment banker to do when he finds himself out on his ass? Write a script for a horror movie and get a freakin camera of course.

Debbie Rochon in "Pretty Bloody" Doc

In the spirit of the recent film offered up by the BGHorror podcast "Poultrygeist", I thought I would share some thoughts on the uncontested jewel of the Troma universe, Debbie Rochon. While Debbie is probably best know for the work she has done with the Troma camp, she will also be familiar to fans of Fangoria radio, and those who have attended the tri-annual+ Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors conventions. Debbie is everywhere.

Trailer and DVD Date for "Shuttle"

Coming April 7th from Magnolia Home Entertainment, the thriller "Shuttle", starring "Madmen's" Peyton List. Here's the synopsis:

When two friends return home from a girls' weekend vacation in Mexico, they find themselves stranded at the airport. Rain-drenched and eager to get home, they board an airport shuttle for what should be a short trip. However once their feet cross the threshold of the shuttle, the night rapidly descends into darkness and they no longer worry about just getting home - but getting home in one piece.

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