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‘HONEYSPIDER’ Halloween Horror Film Now Available on DVD, VHS & VOD

‘HONEYSPIDER’ Halloween Horror Film Now Available on DVD, VHS & VOD

Oct 6, 2015

Join us and celebrate the worldwide release of ‘HONEYSPIDER’ – coming to DVD just in time for Halloween on OCTOBER 6, 2015! Thanks again everyone for all of the support over the past couple years. We know it’s been a long road and we really appreciate you guys going on the ride with us. We can’t wait for everyone to finally see the film! …LET THE BLOOD OF THE DEAD INSIDE. ~ Kenny Caperton and Josh Hasty GET THE FILM HERE: • Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010RJNP50 • Brain Damage Films: http://braindamagefilms.com/dvd/horror/occult/honeyspider • Rakuten: http://www.rakuten.com/prod/honeyspider/285044238.html • Best Buy: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/honeyspider-dvd/28945264.p?id=3411297&skuId=28945264 • CD Universe: http://www.cduniverse.com/productinfo.asp?pid=9907326 • Deep Discount: http://www.deepdiscount.com/honeyspider/769529915539 • FamilyVideo.com: http://www.familyvideo.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=452416 • The Myers House NC: http://www.myershousenc.storenvy.com/ • JoshHasty.com: http://www.joshhasty.com/honeyspider-dvd ————————–————– The critically acclaimed independent horror feature film ‘HONEYSPIDER,’ and winner of “Best Horror” at the 2015 Mad Monster Film Festival, will be hitting shelves just in time for Halloween on OCTOBER 6, 2015! HONEYSPIDER is a cult throwback film that takes place in 1989 on Halloween day and follows college student Jackie Blue as she slowly unravels, all while a mysterious stranger watches over her every move. HONEYSPIDER is written and produced by Kenny Caperton (‘Deviling,’ ‘All Hallows Evil: Lord of the Harvest,’ and owner of the infamous Myers House NC) and directed by Josh Hasty (Rob Zombie’s ‘31’ documentary) of Paramount Scope. The film stars Frank Aard (‘April Fool’s Day’ remake), Joan Schuermeyer (‘Zombieland’ and RZ’s ‘Halloween 2’), Rachel Jeffreys, Samantha Mills (‘Bombshell Bloodbath’) and Mariah Brown. HONEYSPIDER Plot Synopsis: It’s Halloween day in 1989 and college student Jackie Blue wants to enjoy a quiet birthday in the midst of a chaotic semester at school. Her friend Amber has other ideas and persuades Jackie to come to the annual Monster Mash party on campus after her shift at the local movie theater. As murder plays out on the silver screen during the theater’s Halloween night Horrorthon, Jackie falls under a strange spell, all while a mysterious stranger watches over her every move. As the night unfolds, Jackie slowly unravels and everyone around her is turning up dead. Jackie finds herself helplessly trapped like prey in a spider’s web, and all she can do is try to...

Exploited Cinema celebrates Fourth Year with Devil’s Night Special with special guests Trev-3K and Streeborama.

Exploited Cinema celebrates Fourth Year with Devil’s Night Special with special guests Trev-3K and Streeborama.

Nov 4, 2014

Deep inside the Grease in North America, Exploited Cinema celebrated its fourth year on the Internet air with the Devil’s Night Fourth Anniversary Special. Regular hosts Dale Roy and the Goat invited MVP’s own Streeborama to join them on the show along with Newt Cox (ASSHAT podcast) and Trev-3K (If It Bleeds We Can Kill It! podcast). Check out the anniversary episode of Exploited Cinema as we celebrate the ghosts of EC past, present and future. We tip a tall glass of brew to the founders of EC – Bat32 and the spiritual inspiration of Canadian Ferox. The beer flowed and the bloody movie talk ran free in a three hour insane special! Download the episode today from Exploited Cinema Planet. Right click and save as to download. http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-110790/TS-914131.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:41:52 — 74.1MB) | EmbedBecome MVP Player Subscriber iTunes | Android |...

Streeboween: 24 Hours of Horror Films for Halloween: A Live Blogging Marathon

Streeboween: 24 Hours of Horror Films for Halloween: A Live Blogging Marathon

Oct 31, 2014

Live blog. Happy Halloween, my manic mutants! It’s time to take off our masks and let our real selves shine through! For most of the mundane world, that statement would have been reversed but you and I know all too well that the everyday face that we put on at work is just a persona and a false mask to help us fit in without upsetting the surface dwellers or exposing the masquerade. Today is our day. Join me in peeling back your skin and letting your fur grow out as we head out into the Halloween night to howl at the moon and any passersby that come along. As part of the ongoing Streeboween tradition, I always challenge myself to watch a twenty-four hour marathon of Halloween horror films to celebrate the occasion. As Halloween is being celebrated on Friday this year, we’ll have to start our countdown during the day and carry on through the night! The time has come so let’s not tarry further! 4pm – Teen Titans: Season Two Episode Five: Fear Itself. Since the Sun is still in the sky let’s start with something simple and friendly to set the mood. I always loved it when my favorite TV show characters celebrated the holiday with us. Scouring my DVD collection, I came across this Halloween themed episode of Teen Titans so let’s give it a go! 4:30pm – It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Let’s continue the daylight celebration with a perennial favorite – Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin! 5pm – Tales from the Darkside: Trick or Treat This first episode was directed by none other than the great George A. Romero so what better way to move the mood into the dark than with the Godfather of Modern Horror? This episode always spooked me out when I was a kid. 5:30pm – The Twilight Zone: Nightmare at 20,000 feet Let’s throw in some classic horror with that classically trained actor, of course I’m talking about The Twilight Zone with William Shatner. Nothing gets you in that old Twilight Zone mind frame better than the sight of Captain Kirk yelling about a gremlin on the wing of his...

Sick Minds Think Alike: John Carpenter, and Stephen King

Sick Minds Think Alike: John Carpenter, and Stephen King

Oct 31, 2014

Guest blogger post by Brendon Engel  Mention the words “horror author” to any aficionado of the genre and there’s no doubt who immediately comes to mind. Indeed, many of Stephen King’s legendary stories have been translated by Hollywood into big screen adaptations with varying degrees of success, including Pet Sematary, The Dead Zone, The Shining and even Shawshank Redemption. But King’s often overlooked Christine – the story nearly every male car enthusiast can relate to about an awkward teen’s obsession with a demonically charged ’57 Plymouth Fury – had become something of an instant “closet classic” amongst terror film fans when director John Carpenter brought the story screaming to the screen in 1983. From the throaty roar of the main character’s engine to Carpenter’s instantly recognizable sense of building, foreboding doom (a characteristic seen in all his films), Christine’s story jumped off the pages of King’s book and into motion picture history Equally adept as King at crafting riveting, terror-inducing experiences, director John Carpenter has become synonymous with “atmospheric fright” to his legions of dedicated fans – from that little independent flick absolutely teeming with mood that paved the way for dozens of “slasher” films in its wake (Halloween) to his unique renditions of horror classics (The Thing, Village of the Damned), Carpenter is nothing if not inventive. The collaboration between author Stephen King and director John Carpenter for the screen adaptation of King’s Christine is steeped in a history of intrigue; what would follow resulted in a film experience every car-loving guy could relate to and every jealously-scarred girl cringed at.   Interestingly, both men drew their inspiration from many of the same influences – particularly science fiction literature and films. Where King demonstrated a fondness for Ray Bradbury material, Carpenter clearly used the science fiction works of filmmakers like Howard Hawks to draw inspiration from (in particular, Hawks’ production of the seminal campy classic The Thing From Another World, which Carpenter remade in 1982, courtesy of incredible creature effects, as simply The Thing). Also important to note when comparing these two horror masters is their fondness for the old E.C. horror comic books; King’s interest in the E.C. material was overtly obvious when...

Halloween Show with Evans Light on MVP Mutant Radio

Halloween Show with Evans Light on MVP Mutant Radio

Oct 27, 2014

The Mutantville Players return for another action packed Halloween episode of MVP Mutant Radio as Streebo and Geo welcome author Evans Light aboard the Mutantville Mothership. Streebo and Geo open the show discussing the upcoming 40th anniversary 4K restoration screening of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre at the Charlotte Crownpoint Theatre with a special appearance by Charlotte’s own Ryli Morgan to present the “Scream Queen MVP” golden hatchet award in memory of the great Marylin Burns for her performance as “Sally Hardesty”. Visit Ryli Morgan at www.lifeofryli.com Author Evans Light joins the show to discuss his work in Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror and Screamscapes. For more information on Evans Light visit Light Brothers Horror on Facebook or follow Evans and his brother Adam Light on Twitter @brotherslight. We close out the show with MVP Game and offer some advice for aspiring writers. Visit http://www.mutantville.com for more information and follow us on Twitter @MVPlayers. Order your copy of Bad Apples: Five Slices of Halloween Horror from Amazon.com today. http://traffic.libsyn.com/mvpmutantradio/HALLOWEEN-2014.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:11:16 — 65.3MB) | EmbedBecome MVP Player Subscriber iTunes | Android |...