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24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 2

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 2

When we last left off, I was discussing the merits of bromance in the middle of shark attacks. There are many. Sadly, Tintorera was not made as the TV miniseries it was clearly intended to be. [...]

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 1

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 1

If you are unfamiliar with Exhumed Films, shame on you. Shame. On. You. Beyond providing Philadelphia with monthly exploitation film screenings at PhilaMOCA, on top of providing Philadelphia with almost-monthly screenings of horror films at the [...]

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 5

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 5

The fifth and final day of Exhumed Films’s 2013 Tele-Terror Fest at the PhilaMOCA was a showcase of diverse talents and familiar names. Along with the third day, I would argue that Day Five contained many [...]

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 4

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 4

With Day 4 of Exhumed Films’ and PhilaMOCA’s 2013 Tele-Terror Fest falling on a weekend, there was time for more 1970s televised horrors. Saturday’s festivities included not one, but two double features. That’s right, a double, [...]

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 1

Lucas’ Tele-Terror Fest 2013 Diary Part 1

This year, Exhumed Films partnered with PhilaMOCA to present a week’s worth of horror films that aired on TV back in the 1970s. Most if not all of these were originally produced by Lorimar Productions and [...]

TELE-TERROR FEST 2013: 13 TV TERRORS FROM THE 1970s

TELE-TERROR FEST 2013: 13 TV TERRORS FROM THE 1970s

Now this is a film festival…film synopsis and trailers at the bottom. FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND FILM FESTIVAL DEDICATED TO MADE-FOR-TELEVISION HORROR FILMS Exhumed Films and Cinedelphia.com present the world’s first film festival dedicated entirely to made-for-television horror films, [...]

Tonight! Final Friday Films at PhilaMOCA with Special Guests [Updated]

Tonight! Final Friday Films at PhilaMOCA with Special Guests [Updated]

UPDATED 7/26: We are pleased to announce some more details about the screening tonight: In addition to the films, Chris Poggiali, the world’s leading expert on Jack Starrett, will be on hand to relate behind-the-scenes anecdotes [...]

Interview: <i>Remote Control</i> director Jeff Lieberman

Interview: Remote Control director Jeff Lieberman

International House Philadelphia will be hosting a special screening of the 1987 cult film Remote Control on July 30th. We picked the brain of the film’s director Jeff Lieberman on the impetus behind restoring the VHS [...]

SINedelphia 2012: 24 Hour Horror-Thon 666

SINedelphia 2012: 24 Hour Horror-Thon 666

A quick rundown of this year’s Horror-Thon, which turned out to be my personal favorite thus far… 1. The Gate (1987) : I saw this at the New Beverly a few years ago with director Tibor [...]

SINedelphia 2012: 24 Hour Horror-Thon ticket results

SINedelphia 2012: 24 Hour Horror-Thon ticket results

To recap, the contest to win a pair of tickets to attend the sold out 24 Hour Horror-Thon involved entrants choosing the worst six horror films of the past six years.  I subjectively judged the entries [...]

SINedelphia 2012: Joseph A. Gervasi’s Exhumed Films Memories…

SINedelphia 2012: Joseph A. Gervasi’s Exhumed Films Memories…

What we have here are essentially outtakes from a recent Fearnet post on this coming weekend’s Horror-Thon (you still have a small window to win a pair of tickets to the sold out event here).  So [...]