Entries by Rob Caprilozzi

Netflix Reveals Teaser Trailer for Devilman

Netflix Japan recently revealed a trailer for their upcoming Devilman anime series. The trailer, which is just over a minute, doesn’t really give us anything except a quick glimpse at the titular character.

Created by Go Nagai, Devilman revolves around meek teenager, “Akira Fudo” and what happens to him after putting on a mask which is actually a fossilized demon skull. Shortly thereafter “Akira” is fused with an incredibly strong demon named “Amon” and together they become Devilman.

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Horror Fans Descended Upon Seymour, CT for John Carpenter Double Feature

On Saturday night, Connecticut Cult Classics paid tribute to legendary director John Carpenter by showcasing two of his films at the Strand Theater in Seymour, CT. Dubbed “John Carpenter Night” the double bill featured Big Trouble in Little China and The Thing. Fan favorite Kurt Russell starred in both films.

The 1986 classic, Big Trouble in Little China was first on the big screen. Fans roared with laughter as they watched trucker, “Jack Burton” (played by Kurt Russell) thrust into a mystic battle set in Chinatown.  Russell is joined by Kim Cattrall who plays “Gracie Law” in the film and James Hong is the evil antagonist, “Lo Pan.”

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Meet Walter Introduces us to New Android in Alien: Covenant

As the release of Alien: Covenant draws closer, more and more promotional material for the film is being released. The latest comes in the form of a website, meetwalter.com.

The website introduces us to a new android aboard the Covenant, “Walter.” Played by Michael Fassbender, “Walter” is considered to be the world’s most advanced synthetic companion. The android has even been engineered to understand and satisfy his owners every want.

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Adi Shankar Reveals Poster for Castlevania

The first poster for the upcoming Netflix series Castlevania made its debut yesterday on series producer, Adi Shankar’s Facebook page.

The series is written by English author, Warren Ellis, the man behind “The Authority,” “Transmetropolitan,” “Red,” and “Global Frequency.” He has also worked on several series for Marvel Comics have including “Astonishing X-Men,” “Moon Knight,” “Thunderbolts,” and “Iron Man.”

Developed by Konami, the Castlevania video game follows the Belmont family as they do battle with the evil Dracula and his monstrous minions. The game first premiered in Japan for the Family Computer Disk game console in 1986. The game was released in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System just a year later.

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Crew Photo Revealed for Alien: Covenant

20th Century Fox released a photo of the Alien: Covenant crew today and promised a special sneak peek Wednesday night during Legion on FX.

Alien: Covenant marks the much anticipated return to the Alien franchise by director Ridley Scott. The film which is written by John Logan, is said to be the sequel to the 2012’s Prometheus.

As in past Alien films, we have learned that space can be a very scary place. Alien: Covenant seems to follow suit. This time around the crew of the colony ship Covenant, discovers a dangerous world. The crew is pitted against unimaginable horrors as they try to escape with their lives.

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Dick Warlock Announced for 2017 CT HorrorFest

Dick Warlock, the man behind the Michael Myers mask in Halloween II was just added as a guest for the 2017 CT HorrorFest.

Throughout his illustrious career, Dick Warlock has worked with some of the most well-known names in the business including Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter, Drew Barrymore and more. He was also Kurt Russell’s personal stunt double for more than 25 years

“Dick Warlock is a true legend in the horror industry,” said CT HorrorFest co-founder Christine Caprilozzi. “No one can forget his take on the masked-killer Michael Myers in Halloween II. I don’t think I have ever felt safe staying overnight in a hospital since seeing that film.”

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Tomie: Complete Deluxe Edition Review

Synopsis: “Tomie Kawakami is a femme fatale with long black hair and a beauty mark just under her left eye. She can seduce nearly any man, and drive them to murder as well, even though the victim is often Tomie herself. While one lover seeks to keep her for himself, another grows terrified of the immortal succubus. But soon they realize that no matter how many times they kill her, the world will never be free of Tomie.”

Our Thoughts: With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we thought now would be a perfect time to review Tomie.

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Bernie Wrightson Announces Retirement Following Health Problems

On Monday, a Facebook post co-written by Bernie Wrightson and his wife Liz announced the retirement of horror artist, Bernie Wrightson.

The post mentioned that Wrightson suffered a fall last November and started to experience problems with perception. After another brain surgery to relieve bleeding, it now appears that the artist may have lasting damage which limits functions on his left side which include walking or reliably using his left hand.

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New Trailer Revealed for The Belko Experiment

Orion Pictures has released a new trailer for The Belko Experiment.

The one-minute trailer gives us insight to the madness that is set inside of a locked office building where co-workers are ordered to kill or be killed.

The film is written by James Gunn (“Slither”, “Guardians of the Galaxy”) and directed by Greg McLean of Wolf Creek fame. The cast stars John C. McGinley (“Stan Against Evil”), John Gallagher Jr. (“10 Cloverfield Lane”), Adria Arjona (“True Detective”) and Michael Rooker (“The Walking Dead”).

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Netflix Infinite Runner Features Stranger Things Characters

Netflix has just released a browser based game featuring characters from their orginal series including Stranger Things.

As Mike Wheeler, you can jump past security guards, soldiers and scientists while running through the woods around the secret military base. After a short while, the antagonist of the series, The Demogorgon appears and the chase is on. Mike does get a little help in the form of Eleven, a girl with some serious psychokinetic skills.

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