Lucas Mangum’s Horror Corner is a weekly roundup of recent horror-related posts from around the web; a handy guide to the notable horror happenings of the past week. Enjoy…
Feast on this juicy trailer for The Walking Dead, Season 3. I am hungry for flesh!
Check out the full details on the DVD release for David DeCoteau’s Leeches. (Fangoria)
The entertainment world lost a legend last week when William Asher died at age 90. His work included directing credits on I Love Lucy and Bewitched. In the horror world, his contributions included producing many of the Universal classics, and, in 1983, directing the wonderfully warped film, Night Warning. (Fangoria)
The shark attack trend continues. This time those monsters of the deep take on the Jersey Shore. Poor sharks. I’m pretty sure eating Snooki is bad for your skin. (Fangoria)
Sam Raimi sat down with MTV to discuss the remake of Evil Dead. He’s promising low-budget, gut-wrenching, and scary. While I feel Evil Dead is sacred ground, I did feel the same way about Dawn of the Dead and Zack Snyder’s remake really measured up, so I’m going to keep an open mind.
It’s a date! Stoker, the new film from Park Chan Wook, the beast of a director behind Oldboy and Thirst, is set for March 1, 2013. So pumped. (Fangoria)
Fangoria sat down to chat with Adam Green and BJ McDonnel on the next installment of their successful series, Hatchet 3.
Check out these grisly pics of Wormface, the slasher from the forthcoming slasher film, The Rites of Spring. (Bloody Disgusting)
Check out this delicious clip from Dead Sushi. Guaranteed to make you think twice about ordering that spicy tuna roll… (Bloody Disgusting)
Motion posters are so cool. This one for The Possession is really f’n cool! Check it out!
Feel free to e-mail Lucas with links of interest.
Author: Eric Bresler
Eric is the Founder/Site Editor of Cinedelphia.com whose additional activities are numerous: Director/Curator of the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA), founder of Tokyo No Records, the brain behind Video Pirates, and active local film programmer including the Unknown Japan screening series. He’s served as a TLA Video Manager, Philadelphia Film Society Managing Director, and Adjunct Professor in Cinema Studies at Drexel University. He is shy and modest. Email Eric.