Friday, December 19

The Beyond Screening in Nashville, 35mm!

Good News, fright fans - Grindhouse Releasing is bringing Lucio Fulci's supernatural masterpiece THE BEYOND to the big screen in Nashville, TN in glorious 35mm.
 


The gruesome gathering takes place Feb 20th and 21st at the mighty BELCOURT THEATER - show times to be announced, so stay tuned to the Belcourt's website



Also equally exciting is the news that Grindhouse Releasing is putting this long-overdue Fulci classic out on Bluray, and they're doing it up right, rerleasing it on a 3-disc set with GLOW-IN-THE-DARK artwork housing two Blu-ray discs and a bonus CD of the classic Fabio Frizzi soundtrack, remastered from the original studio tapes.

It hits stores Feb 10, 2015. Preorder it here


Tuesday, December 16

Scary Monsters Magazine #94


In this column Dr. Gangrene pays tribute to the late Garou the Wolfman, cohost of fellow horror host Penny Dreadful's show Shilling Shockers in Boston, by taking a look at one of his favorite werewolf movies, the lesser-known The Legend of the Werewolf, from 1975





Interview with Forest J. Ackerman

In the March, 2013 issue of  Scary Monsters Magazine #86, Monster Memories, Dr. Gangrene presented a transcribed interview with Mr. Sci-fi himself, the one and only forest J. Ackerman. This took place July 29th, 2000 in louisville KY, at the last Rivercon convention.






Scary Monsters Magazine #88

In this issue of Scary Monsters Magazine from june, 2013, Dr. Gangrene interviewed his fellow horror host and good friend, the legendary Count Gore DeVol.

 

 
 

Monday, December 15

Scary Monsters #84 - White Zombie and the Lure of Legendre

In this issue of Scary Monsters Magaxzine from October 2012 Dr. Gangrene took a trip back in time to 1932 with the film White Zombie, starring Bela Lugosi. He also spoke with filmmaker Jared Rivet about the proposed remake of White Zombie with Director Tobe Hooper that ALMOST happened, and what stars would have possible filled the cape of Lugosi in the role of Murder Legendre.

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Vincent Price Films of the 40s

In this nearly 2-hr video Nashville horror host Dr. Gangrene takes a look at every film from the 1940s from the Merchant of Menace, Vincent Price.


Tuesday, December 9

The Fantastic Films of Vincent Price #22





In this episode of The Fantastic Films of Vincent Price Dr. Gangrene wraps up Price's films of the 40s with a look at the 1949 costumed epic, Bagdad, starring Maurine O'Hara, Vincent Price, John Sutton, and Paul Hubschmidt.



About this series: Dr. Gangrene, Physician of Fright and Award-winning Nashville-based TV Horror Host (aka writer/film historian Larry Underwood) explores the films of the merchant of menace, Vincent Price, in chronological order from first to last, approaching them from a scholarly perspective, offering commentary, review and criticism.

Thursday, November 20

The Fantastic Films of Vincent Price #21 - The Bribe



In this episode Dr. Gangrene takes a look at the 1949 film-noir, The Bribe. Undercover agent Rigby (Robert Taylor) is sent to a remote island to investigate an undercover smuggling ring. Chief on his suspect list are Elizabeth Hinton (Ava Gardner) and Tugwell Hinton (John Hodiak). Price plays Carwood, a businessman on the island who secretly is leader of the operation.

About this series:
Dr. Gangrene, Physician of Fright and Award-winning Nashville-based TV Horror Host (aka writer/film historian Larry Underwood) explores the films of the merchant of menace, Vincent Price, in chronological order from first to last, approaching them from a scholarly perspective, offering commentary, review and criticism.

Thursday, November 13

The Fantastic Films of Vincent Price #20 - The Three Musketeers



In this episode Dr. Gangrene takes a look at the 1948 film The Three Musketeers, starring Gene Kelly. Price plays the evil Richelieu, out to gain control of France and destroy the musketeers.




About this series:
Dr. Gangrene, Physician of Fright and Award-winning Nashville-based TV Horror Host (aka writer/film historian Larry Underwood) explores the films of the merchant of menace, Vincent Price, in chronological order from first to last, approaching them from a scholarly perspective, offering commentary, review and criticism.


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