Well Go USA announced today that it will be releasing the remastered version of Don Coscarelli's classic horror film Phantasm, its sequels and the never-released fifth film in the series, Phantasm: Ravager on home video in North America. The remastered version of the first film — dubbed Phantasm: Remastered — will be available on cable […]
Phantasm is a special movie. It rests at the axis of cheesy and sublime. It is one of the few films to actually work as dream logic and yet remain compelling. It also gave us one of the great horror heroes in the form of Reggie Bannister. It's available on DVD, as are its sequels, […]
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It certainly doesn't look scary in the traditional sense, but I'm guessing disturbing would be a better adjective.
Don Coscarelli's Phantasm films are amongst the most idiosyncratic, memorable and, to be blunt, off-the-wall horror films in the canon.
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Back in early 2008, Don Coscarelli took the rights to adapt David Wong's novel John Dies at the End into a feature film. Skip forward over two years and, in recent days, he took to Twitter and began sharing: Writing from an undisclosed location. Pre-production begins. Most only ride in a hearse once. Some are […]