Monthly Archives January 2020

Clint Carney & Kelton Jones on DRY BLOOD on its first anniversary

On January 15 of 2019, Dread Presents, an arm of Epic Pictures, released the film festival favorite, Dry Blood. Since then, the film’s score has seen a release on Burning Witches Records, and the movie’s found an entirely new audience on home video. It’s a fascinating film, which utilizes every penny of its small budget to create a slow-burn, cyclical tale of madness through the eyes of a man trying to get clean one last time. “Brian Barnes returns to his mountain vacation home to sober up one final time. Most of the houses of this dwindling community sit empty
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CINEPUNX Episode 105: 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW FEATURING JUSTIN LORE OF HORROR BUSINESS

http://media.blubrry.com/cinepunx/p/www.cinepunx.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Cinepunx_EP105.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSHERE WE ARE AT THE END OF FUCKED UP YEAR, AND THERE IS ANOTHER ONE COMING! Welcome one and all you our 2019 year end review, featuring our partner in crime and honored guest, one Mr. Justin Lore of our esteemed sister podcast, Horror Business! Justin joins us for a brief excursion through some of our favorite things from this past year in Film, Music, Tv, and Book form. There is a lot to love from 2019 even as there is a lot that was hard and sad
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Special Delivery: DELIVERY BOYS Blu-ray Review

What do you get when Chuck Vincent produces, Larry Revene shoots and the guy who inspired the Ken doll directs an 80s sex comedy? You end up with the type of movie that features breakdancing musical numbers, boner gags and Mario Van Peebles grill wearing, shrunken head carrying, voodoo baddie. I’m not quite sure who this was made for back in 1985, but thirty years later, I can safely say that it’s for me. Delivery Boys was released just a year after Breakin’ and Beat Street took breakdancing to the big screen and, like those films, it is also set
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