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Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer Score Available Now From Waxwork
Jones, and Ken Hale is one of the more special ones from any cult classic film Some might say it is of its time, but I think it actually sets this film apart and ties it together like any classic film score does This release will run you $27, and you can order one for[...]
Ginger Snaps is coming to television (Image: Copperheart Entertainment)
The horror cult classic film, Ginger Snaps, that spawned two sequels after its' 2000 release, has found a home in television with the help of Sid Gentle Films The film starred Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle, as the two macabre-obsessed sisters, Ginger and Brigette, in the midst of Canadian suburbia  The unique tale of the abject[...]
“Maniac Cop” Once Scrapped Film Reboot, Now TV Series for HBO
William Lustig's 1988 horror cult classic Maniac Cop, will be adapted to television from Nicolas Winding Refn and John Hyams by HBO From Refn's productions company byNWR Originals, Refn, and Hyams will serve as executive producers and direct the series. Set in Los Angeles, Maniac Cop shows various perspectives from cops to criminals A slain police[...]
Creature Feature: Vault Comics Follows up Cult Classic With New Mini
Vault Comics has announced a follow-up to Cult Classic in Cult Classic: Creature Feature, a new 5-issue miniseries from Eliot Rahal, John Bivens, Hannah Jerrie, Iris Monahan, and Taylor Esposito ComicBook.com had the EX-X-XCLUSIVE reveal, along with a synopsis of the book: Eons ago, visitors from outer-space buried an item of unimaginable power in the primordial[...]
Vault Comics Explains What's Going On With Cult Classic: Return to Whisper
Cult Classic: Return to Whisper, by Eliot Rahal and Felipe Cunha, launched at Vault Comics last year to quite a bit of fanfare, but only three issues of the five-issue series ended up seeing print by last April, with the fourth issue removed from Diamond's website In July, Vault will bring Cult Classic: Return to[...]
Vault Comics Giving Away Free Comics to Make Up for Diamond Shipping Error
Vault Comics is once again proving itself to be a publisher of the people, as its latest press release comes with both the promise of free comics and a complaint about Diamond, the comics distribution monopoly which controls the direct market. According to Vault, due to an error "caused by Diamond," the second issues of both[...]