Guillermo del Toro’s book titled “Cabinet of Curiosities,” is filled with beautifully illustrated pictures of del Toro’s imagination. The pictures throughout the book range from scribbled sketches with personal notes, design blueprints, posters, and notebook entries.
Many authors and their descriptions have told us that vampires are evil and wicked because any creature that feeds off the death of another isn’t meant to exist in our kind conscience pricking world. But in 1976, an English writer Anne Rice, decided to disprove these insulting stereotypes by leaking to us a secret exclusive coverage in a novel she titled “Interview with The Vampire”.
Considering its inspiration, The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001) is a musical comedy-horror that surprisingly embodies the spirit behind most well-known Japanese commercials.
When a band of teenagers let their curiosity about local legend “Doctor Satan” get the best of them, they become a part of it…
Dog Soldiers is a 2002 action horror film and Neil Marshall’s (The Descent 2005, Hellboy 2019) directorial debut. Set in the Scottish Highlands, a team of six soldiers led by Sergeant Wells (Sean Pertwee) and Private Cooper (Kevin McKidd) drop into the wilderness for a training exercise against a special forces team led by Captain Ryan (Liam Cunningham).
Charlotte (Allison Williams, Get Out) was once a cello prodigy studying at the Bachoff Academy of Music. Her music career came to an abrupt stop when she was forced to drop out of the academy to take care of her sick mother. Years later her mother has finally passed, and Charlotte has the freedom to choose her own path once more.
Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it is William Malone, who will be joining us on our television show, live on Thursday, September 16th, 2021, at 9:30pm Eastern Time! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see this amazing talent, who is possibly best known for his direction work on the film Feardotcom (2002).
Michael Emerson joins Dead Talk Live Wednesday September 15th at 9:30pm Eastern Time!
Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it is Brett Simmons, who will be joining us on our television show, live on Friday, September 10th at 9:30pm Eastern Time! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see this amazing talent, who is possibly best known for his direction work on the film You Might Be the Killer (2018).
Dead Talk Live has two new guests, Adam Schindler and Brian Netto, who will be joining us on our television show live on Thursday, September 9th at 9:30pm Eastern Time!