Thursday, April 9, 2015

OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS is done playing!

From OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS


(Recommended Hotness) The lovely Ramona Flour...

From her NSFW Tumblr




















Oh good grief! It's the trailer for season 2 of TRUE DETECTIVE! (Hastur sold separately)



Wednesday, April 8, 2015

(Recommended Hotness) Some more pictures of Miss Autumn De Vine...

From her FaceBook page













The final AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON trailer shows that Black Widow is the Batman of the Marvel cinematic universe...


GREEN LANTERN meets STAR TREK?

From BLOODY DISGUSTING
STAR TREK/GREEN LANTERN: THE SPECTRUM WAR is six-part monthly mini-series and will be written by veteran Star Trekcomic writer Mike Johnson with interior art by Angel Hernandez (INFINITE CRISIS: FIGHT FOR THE MULTIVERSE, ARROW). STAR TREK/GREEN LANTERN: THE SPECTRUM WAR #1 will be available in stores and online in July, boasting covers fromGabriel Rodriguez, Francesco Francavilla, Elsa Charretier, and Garry Brown. Following issues will feature covers from an amazing lineup that includes Declan Shalvey, Marc Laming, and more!


SUSPERIA the TV series? Well at least it's not MOTHER OF TEARS the musical...

From BLOODY DISGUSTING


“Suspiria De Profundis”, is inspired by the 19th century English writer Thomas De Quincey’s eponymous book, which was made into the classic Italian horror film Suspiria in 1977 by Dario Argento. Argento will serve as the series’ artistic supervisor... “Suspiria De Profundis” will be an English-language period horror series in which the author De Quincey is the lead character. Styled as a new Sherlock Holmes, the story will explore psychological fantasies of evil and attempt to solve fearful mysteries. It will be set in London and Rome at the turn of the 20th century...

Four stars of some crazy movies have passed away...

R.I.P. Maniac Cop star Robert Z'Dar has passed away

The Pensacola News Journal reports that Z'Dar died Monday night in Pensacola after being hospitalized when he came to town to appear at Pensacon, according to his long-time manager and friend Jim Decker. Born Robert J. Zdarsky, the 6-foot-2 actor was featured in more than 121 films, including cult classics like the first three MANIAC COP films, SOULTAKER, THE FINAL SANCTION as well as more mainstream films like the Sylvester Stallone/Kurt Russell starring TANGO AND CASH. Decker said Z'Dar was hospitalized after suffering chest pains during Pensacon, and was on the mend before going into cardiac arrest Monday night...


R.I.P. Genre fave Tom Towles passes away at age 65


Tom Towles, the fantastic character actor whose credits included HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, THE BORROWER, 1990's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD remake, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES, and THE DEVIL'S REJECTS just to name a few, has passed away at the age of 65. Rob Zombie, who had worked with Towles several times, including his 2007 HALLOWEEN remake, announced Towles’ death Sunday on Facebook, sharing “I just got word that our buddy Tom Towles has died. He was such a great guy and I am so grateful that we got to work together several times. He will be really missed.”...


R.I.P. The Devil's Rejects' Geoffrey Lewis passes away at age 79

Variety is reporting that Lewis, who appeared in several Clint Eastwood movies and made guest appearances on dozens of TV shows in the ’60s through ’80s, died Tuesday in Woodland Hills, Calif. of natural causes, according to a family friend. The character actor, who often appeared in Westerns, was the father of actress Juliette Lewis. Lewis had an impressive filmography (over 200 film and television roles!) that spanned several different genres, from action to westerns to dramas and everything in between, but it's his work in our beloved horror genre that I'll best remember him for. Lewis played Roy Sullivan in director Rob Zombie's THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, one of my favorite films, and later lent his voice talents to Zombie's THE HAUNTED WORLD OF EL SUPERBEASTO. He also played Mike Ryerson in "Salem’s Lot", and Terry McKean in 1992's THE LAWNMOWER MAN...


Killer Shrews star James Best has passed away

I’m sad to report that actor James Best passed away yesterday in North Carolina due to complications of pneumonia. He was 88. James Best appeared in dozens of westerns, dramas and comedies throughout his six decade career in Hollywood. Some of his most notable appearances include Seven Angry Men (1955), The Naked and the Dead (1958), Ride Lonesome (1959), Three On a Couch (1966) and Firecreek (1968). He is probably best known to television buffs as playing Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane in the iconic “Dukes of Hazzard” series from 1979 to 1985. He would always return to the budding franchise, providing voice overs for “The Dukes” in 1983, The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion! (1997), and The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood (2000)...

RETROSPACE showcases some of the leggy lovelies of my youth...

From RETROSPACE