Monster of the Week: Arachni-Lobster

There’s Something in the Mist! Film Synopsis: Stephen King’s 1987 novella The Mist gets a politically-charged adaptation in its 2007 production of the same name. Filmed in a highly tense post-terrorist American but shot with a love of classic horror by Director Frank Darabont (The Majestic, The Green Mile), the film maker stated that the black … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Arachni-Lobster

Monster of the Week: Scorpion-Fly

There’s Something in the Mist! Film Synopsis: Stephen King’s 1987 novella The Mist gets a politically-charged adaptation in its 2007 production of the same name. Filmed in a highly tense post-terrorist American but shot with a love of classic horror by Director Frank Darabont (The Majestic, The Green Mile), the film maker stated that the black … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Scorpion-Fly

Monster of the Week: Tentacle from Planet X

There’s Something in the Mist! Film Synopsis: Stephen King’s 1987 novella The Mist gets a politically-charged adaptation in its 2007 production of the same name. Filmed in a highly tense post-terrorist American but shot with a love of classic horror by Director Frank Darabont (The Majestic, The Green Mile), the film maker stated that the black … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Tentacle from Planet X

Loot of the Week: Yatsu

Thrusting its frenzied way onto the international scene at the close of the eighties, Shinya Tsukamoto’s genre redefining 1989 Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 16-mm underground horror that helped bring live-action Japanese cyberpunk to a much wider audience. Yatsu is a metal fetishist who is the literal embodiment of modern man’s delirious obsession with all things technological … Continue reading Loot of the Week: Yatsu

Monster of the Week: Yatsu

Together, we can turn this fucking world to rust! Thrusting its frenzied way onto the international scene at the close of the eighties, Shinya Tsukamoto's genre redefining 1989 Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 16-mm underground horror that helped bring live-action Japanese cyberpunk to a much wider audience. With some truly bizarre scenes (like a gyrating … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Yatsu