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Artist : VA Title : 3 Years Mixed By Ramiro Lopez Label : Sincopat Genre : Deep House/Tech House Date : 00-09-2013 Quality : 320 kbps Source : WEB SHOW PLAYER ? Tracklist : 01. Affkt – Hellraiser (Original Mix) 7:18 02. Affkt, Coyu – ...
Artist : VA Title : 3 Years Mixed By Ramiro Lopez Label : Sincopat Genre : Deep House/Tech House Date : 00-09-2013 Quality : 320 kbps Source : WEB SHOW PLAYER ? Tracklist : 01. Affkt – Hellraiser (Original Mix) 7:18 02. Affkt, Coyu – Gangnam (Original Mix) 6:31 03. Danny Ocean – Dead Memories (Original Mix) 7:37 04. Danny Serrano, Nick Daring – Gran Via (Original Mix) 7:16 05. Deepnite – I Wish It Would Rain (Original Mix) 7:24 06. Denite – A-Ha (Original Mix) 6:27 07. Frankie Dep, 2nd Sequel – Uhh (Original Mix) 7:27 08. German Brigante – Menos Latencia (Original Mix) 6:06 09. Gonzalez, Gonzalo (Spain) – Just Strings (Original Mix) 6:05 10. Greeko – Noname (Original Mix) 6:23 11. Ivan Picazo – The Show Must Go On (Original Mix) 9:14 12. Los Suruba – Ratapiel (Original Mix) 8:13 13. Piemont – Someone (Original Mix) 7:14 14. Ramiro Lopez, Darlyn Vlys – Time Is Running (Original Mix) 7:05 15. Samuel Dan – Middle Man (Original Mix) 5:57 16. Strung Fellows – Addiction (Original Mix) 7:38 Download Novafile
about 6 hours ago
I’ll say it out front. Hellraiser lives up to its reputation. It also holds up very well, something which can’t be said for a ton of mid-80’s horror films. Clive Barker’s psychosexually violent tale of lust, sadomasochism, and infidelity...
I’ll say it out front. Hellraiser lives up to its reputation. It also holds up very well, something which can’t be said for a ton of mid-80’s horror films. Clive Barker’s psychosexually violent tale of lust, sadomasochism, and infidelity is as effective in today’s torture-porn saturated landscape as it was upon its release in 1987 and if nothing else deserves praise for introducing two of horror’s most iconic images – the baroque Lament Configuration and the perverse, demonic Cenobites.The heart of the story is a thoroughly dysfunctional love triangle between nebbish Larry (Andrew Robinson), his cold, spiteful wife Julia (Clare Higgins), and Larry’s n’er-do-well brother Frank (Sean Chapman). Larry is a meek pushover whose finances seem to be the only thing keeping Julia around; on the other hand, Frank is everything Larry isn’t – virile, seductive, and forceful. It’s no surprise Frank was able to cajole Julia into a sexual tryst shortly before her wedding. Indeed – Julia still carries a torch for her brother-in-law, and when she comes across some erotic photos of Frank after moving into his and Larry’s childhood home she pockets one as a memento.But hey – good news for Julia! Frank’s disembodied spirit is hanging around the attic, where months before he was taken into some sexual hell-dimension after using a mysterious puzzle box to summon a bunch of aliens in bondage gear. After Larry injures his hand on moving day and deposits a fair amount of blood on the floor of the attic, Frank’s gradual reincarnation begins. All he needs now are a host of unwitting saps to spill more of it – and guess who’s going to lure said saps into Frank’s lair? Thankfully for Frank his sex-juju still works even when he’s reduced to a skinless revenant. As you might suspect none of these people is remotely sympathetic, so we get a protagonist in the form of Larry’s teenage daughter, Kirsty (Ashley Laurence) who handles all the Scooby-Doo work of figuring out what Julia is up to and eventually dealing with Frank and the Cenobites.Kirsty! It’s Frank! It’s Uncle Frank!Still the strongest entry in the Hellraiser franchise, Barker’s film is legitimately unsettling. The film’s claustrophobic atmosphere, perhaps a function of a limited budget, is effective. Skinless Frank is a horror makeup marvel – a repulsive, glistening-red terror lurking in the shadows waiting for victims to feed upon.There’s one absolutely brilliant moment after Julia kills her first victim where we see Frank’s scuttling zombie-like form pounce on the corpse to feed…it’s nightmarish and perfect. And no discussion of visuals can be complete without mentioning the Cenobites themselves. Pinhead, of course, is the most iconic of the lot (so much so that his backstory is expanded upon in subsequent films) – but the others are equally horrific. My personal favorite is the Chattering Cenobite, whose mouth is peeled back by metal hooks revealing an awful maw of constantly clacking teeth.And then there’s the box, or the Lament Configuration as it’s formally known. It’s a clever bit of functional design, both mysterious in appearance and elegant in execution. As the box opens and closes you want to own one for yourself and play with its surfaces (although, hopefully not with the attendant results).Barker presents a horrific vision of hell lying just beyond the veil of everyday reality.  It’s Lovecraft presented without all the 19th century prudishness, and all the latent sexual frustration pushed to eleven. Even the hired movers at the beginning of the film are vaguely threatening, throwing sexual innuendo at Julia and Kirstie at every opportunity. It’s a damn shame, however, that Barker chose not to use the soundtrack originally commissioned from experimental music outfit Coil (he famously described the composition as ‘bowel churning’). Christopher Young’s more conventional score is adequate, but I can’t help but feel Coil’s unsettlin
about 8 hours ago
Monsters Rule OK: A British Horror Playlist. Fangoria presents a mixtape of British horror that includes musical selections from Blood on Satan's Claw, The Wicker Man, Chocky, Berberian Sound Studio, A Field in England, Children of the S...
Monsters Rule OK: A British Horror Playlist. Fangoria presents a mixtape of British horror that includes musical selections from Blood on Satan's Claw, The Wicker Man, Chocky, Berberian Sound Studio, A Field in England, Children of the Stones, and Twisted Nerve—as well as dialogue excerpts from Don't Look Now, The Stone Tape, Hellraiser and others.
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That time of year is once again upon us, the month when every noise can make you a wee bit jumpier, the stores only sell food laced with pumpkin spice, and the temperature finally dips back down into the 70s. Along with the changing lea...
That time of year is once again upon us, the month when every noise can make you a wee bit jumpier, the stores only sell food laced with pumpkin spice, and the temperature finally dips back down into the 70s. Along with the changing leaves, the one thing humankind can count on is another installment of Nightmares on Cardboard. Yes, it's time to fire up your image manipulating program of choice, pop a VHS copy of Hellraiser into your DVD/VCR combo unit, and feverishly create.The theme for this year's contest is...Yeah, I'm sure you already read it when you opened this post, but for the sake of redundancy, I'm asking contributors to Fear the Fleer. Create a scary card, a whole monster box of cards, a cobweb-filled wax box, or whatever... just make sure it's Fleer. Fleer from the '60s, Fleer from the '80s, hell, Fleer from the period when Upper Deck just licensed its name. Venture anywhere you want on this one, reference a movie, a true crime, or just get weird with it. There will be prizes for the top three submissions. Not sure what they are yet, but I'll try to pick something good. This year I'll be going back to the former dictatorial style of determining a winner. Experiments with democracy in this day and age simply don't work. (Just kidding, last year's winner was totally deserving.) If you wish to enter, you have until October 26 (a Saturday) to submit your entry to me. Email me at bill13boehm@yahoo.com if you wish to submit electronically, or if you just need my mailing address. If you have that stuff already, then I wish you good luck.
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These days you can watch any movie you desire online. Yet there's still one thing the magical wonders of instant streaming haven't solved for indecisive movie-lovers: what the heck to watch! Moviefone is here to recommend the best stream...
These days you can watch any movie you desire online. Yet there's still one thing the magical wonders of instant streaming haven't solved for indecisive movie-lovers: what the heck to watch! Moviefone is here to recommend the best streaming movies from Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant each week in the Moviefone Stream. This week's Moviefone Stream picks range from zombie killing and apartment arguments, to movie mystery solving and murderous couples. Check out our suggestions below and happy streaming! Comedy: 'Get Shorty' (1995) This Barry Sonnenfeld mobster comedy follows Chlli Palmer (John Travolta), a gangster loan collector who travels to Hollywood to collect a debt from a movie producer (Gene Hackmackman). Chili soon realizes though that the movie business is much like the mob. Also starring Rene Russo, Danny DeVito, and James Gandolfini, "Get Shorty" gives a hilarious insight to the film industry and is just as funny today as it was when it came out. Stream It On: Hulu Action: 'Resident Evil' (2002) The first film in the "Resident Evil" series based on the video games stars Milla Jovovich as Alice and Michelle Rodriguez as Rain, both members of a commando team. The two infiltrate a research laboratory to take down the scientists-turned-zombie who were infected by a virus. If you're a fan of ridiculous gore and enjoy two women kicking some serious zombie butt then "Resident Evil" is the perfect addition to your weekend queue. Stream It On: Netflix Classic: 'The Odd Couple' (1968) This 1968 Oscar-nominated comedy stars Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau as two mismatched friends sharing an apartment together. With Oscar's (Matthau) sloppiness and Felix's (Lemmon) excessive neatness, the two are driven to nearly killing each other. Both Lemmon and Mattheu shine together in this classic comedy that is still an equally hilarious and fun watch. Stream It On: Netflix Sci-Fi/Horror: 'Hellraiser' (1987) The debut film from Clive Barker ("Candyman") and the first in the "Hellraiser" series introduces the story of the puzzle box that opens a door to Hell. Starring Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, and Doug Bradley as Pinhead, "Hellraiser" is a classic creepy horror film for all scary movie aficionados. What better way to kick off the month of horror than with some sado-masochistic Cenobites? Stream It On: Amazon Prime Instant Indie/Documentary: 'Room 237' (2012) From filmmaker Rodney Ascher this quizzical documentary explores the many theories and conspiracies behind Stanley Kubrick's 1980 classic "The Shining." Through decoding hidden symbols, and thoughts from scholars and fans of the film, "Room 237" presents the most wild interpretations on the Jack Nicholson movie yet. This doc will not only keep you entertained from start to finish, but leave your mind whirling with its many propositions. Stream It On: Netflix Foreign: 'Week End' (1967) Jean-Luc Godard's 1967 dark comedy stars Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne as a bourgeois French couple who both have secret lovers and are both plotting to murder each other. The two take a trip through the countryside, which evolves into a bizarre, chaotic journey of murder, rape, and cannibalism. Godard's absurd apocalyptic farce is a genius addition to the French New Wave canon and a must-see for any cinephile. Stream It On: Hulu #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-337717{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-337717, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-337717{width:570px;height:411px;display:block;}a.interlink { background-color: hsl(200, 100%, 80%); }
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Trailer Ryan Lambie 1 Oct 2013 - 09:29 Recently surfacing online, a concept trailer for the proposed Final Destination 6 takes the franchise into the grim and distant past... Getting financial backing for a...
Trailer Ryan Lambie 1 Oct 2013 - 09:29 Recently surfacing online, a concept trailer for the proposed Final Destination 6 takes the franchise into the grim and distant past... Getting financial backing for a new film isn't always easy, and producers and filmmakers can adopt a variety of tactics to get the support they need. Last year, for example, the pitch videos for Joe Carnahan's proposed Daredevil movies surfaced online. Structured like movie trailers, and cut together from existing footage found in movies and in news archives, the videos provided an idea of the setting and tone of the finished project - a kind of moving mood board, if you like. Final Destination producer Craig Perry has gone for the same strategy, and with the help of editor Alexander McNeill, fashioned a proof-of-concept trailer for Final Destination 6: The Dark Age. As you can see from the footage below, The Dark Age takes the franchise's death-dodging concept back to the 12th century, where the grim reaper lurks on slave ships and in remote castles. It's certainly a fresh direction for the franchise, and makes a change from all those horror sequels that headed off into space, as seen in Hellraiser: Bloodline and Jason X. Also, it's good fun picking through the concept trailer and spotting all the different movies tucked away in its 100 seconds of crashing waves and bloodletting. Will Final Destination 6: The Dark Age manage to drum up the backing it needs? We'll be sure to keep you posted when we find out more. Bleeding Cool Follow our Twitter feed for faster news and bad jokes right here. And be our Facebook chum here. Final Destination 6The Dark AgeFinal DestinationCraig Perry
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When the original Nightbreed was released to theaters in 1990, Clive Barker was a celebrated author but still an unproven movie-maker, and many fans were waiting to see if he was in fact "the future of horror", as Stephen King had once s...
When the original Nightbreed was released to theaters in 1990, Clive Barker was a celebrated author but still an unproven movie-maker, and many fans were waiting to see if he was in fact "the future of horror", as Stephen King had once so generously proclaimed. Hellraiser had been a hit that proved mainstream horror films could tread in decidedly darker territory than the formulaic slashers that were becoming self-parodies of themselves, and the film's villains, the Cenobites, became instant horror icons. For his follow-up, Barker adapted yet another of his novels, "Cabal", and set his sights much, much higher than most second-time directors of the era would dare, crafting the tale of an underground sect of monsters, freaks and outcasts that would blur the line between horro [Continued ...]
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ComicList: New Comic Book Releases List for Wednesday, September 18, 2013. This work, a list of the comic books, graphic novels, and other products that should be available in your local or online comic book shop this week, is licensed ...
ComicList: New Comic Book Releases List for Wednesday, September 18, 2013. This work, a list of the comic books, graphic novels, and other products that should be available in your local or online comic book shop this week, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License, and is © 1995-2013 Charles S. LePage. Information provided by our friends at Things From Another World. To find a local comic book shop, please browse The Master List of Comic Book & Trading Card Stores. Check out the Comiclist Community Page, the Comics Price Guide Forum, the Manga Curmudgeon, Facebook and Twitter for discussions about your favorite comics. PLEASE NOTE- Not all of these titles will arrive in all stores. Let me know if any of the names or numbers are wrong. Items being released this week per sources other than Diamond Distribution are individually noted. Scroll down for "mature" items on page 2. PUBLISHER TITLE, ISSUE NUMBER, PRICE IN U.S. DOLLARS ("AR" means "ask your retailer for the price") ABRAMS Crab Monsters Teenage Cavemen And Candy Stripe Nurses Roger Corman King Of The B Movie HC, $35.00 ALTERNA COMICS Hoodlum Volume 1 Under The Thumb GN, $9.99 ALTERNATIVE COMICS Magic Whistle #13, $3.99 AMRYL ENTERTAINMENT Cavewoman The Many Faces Of Merium Cooper (Budd Root Special Edition), AR ANGRY VIKING PRESS Evil Diva Volume 2 GN, $12.99 Swipe GN, $12.99 ANTARCTIC PRESS Gearhearts Steampunk Glamor Revue #8, $3.99 Gold Digger #203, $3.99 ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS Archie And Friends Double Digest #31, $3.99 Archie Double Digest #243, $3.99 Jugheads Double Double Digest #196, $5.99 Mega Man #29 (Dean Haspiel Variant Cover), $2.99 Mega Man #29 (Patrick Spaziante Regular Cover), $2.99 Sonic Universe #56 (Sega Variant Cover), $2.99 Sonic Universe #56 (Tracy Yardley Regular Cover), $2.99 World Of Archie Double Digest #32, $3.99 ASPEN COMICS All New Executive Assistant Iris #1 (Cover A Pasquale Qualano), $1.00 All New Executive Assistant Iris #1 (Cover B Pasquale Qualano), $1.00 Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover A Mike Bowden), $3.99 Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover B Eric Basaldua), $3.99 Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover C Eric Basaldua), AR AVATAR PRESS Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Regular Cover), $5.99 Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Red Crossed Incentive Cover), AR Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Torture Cover), $5.99 Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Wraparound Cover), $5.99 BLACK LIBRARY Warhammer 40K Space Marines Omnibus SC, $17.50 BLUE JUICE COMICS Accelerators #3 (Of 6), $3.99 BOOM! STUDIOS Adventure Time #15 (Shoichi Uehara Calgary Comic And Entertainment Expo Variant Cover)(not verified by Diamond), $9.99 Adventure Time #20 (Cover A Mike Holmes), $3.99 Adventure Time #20 (Cover B Tina Fabert), $3.99 Adventure Time #20 (Cover C Scott Maynard), AR Adventure Time #20 (Cover D Wes Craig), AR Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover A Tyson Hesse), $3.99 Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover B Joanna Estep), $3.99 Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover C Alec Longstreth, AR Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover D Michelle Czajkowski), AR Clive Barker's Hellraiser The Dark Watch #8 (Cover A Lorena Carvalho), $3.99 Grace Randolph's Supurbia #11 (Cover A Emily Warren), $3.99 Regular Show #1 (Shoichi Uehara Calgary Comic And Entertainment Expo Variant Cover), $9.99 Six-Gun Gorilla #4 (Of 6)(Cover A Ramon K. Perez), $3.99 CANDLEWICK PRESS Romeo And Juliet HC (Candlewick Edition), $21.99 Romeo And Juliet SC (Candlewick Edition), $12.99 Show Me A Story Why Picture Books Matter SC, $15.99 Smash Volume 1 Trial By Fire GN, $18.99 COMIC SHOP NEWS Comic Shop News #1370, AR Comic Shop News Fall 2013 Preview, AR DARK HOR
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We’ve hit the middle of September and with this we get another week of new releases hitting the shelves! There’s a lot ot see here so let’s just jump right in… ANTARCTIC PRESS Gearhearts Steampunk Glamor Revue #8 ...
We’ve hit the middle of September and with this we get another week of new releases hitting the shelves! There’s a lot ot see here so let’s just jump right in… ANTARCTIC PRESS Gearhearts Steampunk Glamor Revue #8 Gold Digger #203 ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS Archie And Friends Double Digest #31 Archie Double Digest #243 Jugheads Double Double Digest #196 Mega Man #29 Sonic Universe #56 World Of Archie Double Digest #32 ASPEN COMICS All New Executive Assistant Iris #1 Bubblegun #3 AVATAR PRESS Crossed Special 2013 BLUE JUICE COMICS Accelerators #3 BOOM! STUDIOS Adventure Time #20 Bravest Warriors #12 Clive Barker’s Hellraiser The Dark Watch #8 Grace Randolph’s Supurbia #11 Six-Gun Gorilla #4 DARK HORSE COMICS B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth #111 Buzzkill #1 Conan The Barbarian #20 Dream Thief #5 Kiss Me Satan #1 Star Wars Dark Times A Spark Remains #3 Strain The Fall #3 DC COMICS 100 Bullets Brother Lono #4 Action Comics #23.3 (Lex Luthor) Arrow #11 Batman #23.3 (The Penguin) Batman ’66 #3 Batman And Robin #23.3 (Ra’s al Ghul And The League Of Assassins) Batman Beyond Universe #2 Batman The Dark Knight #23.3 (Clayface) Detective Comics #23.3 (The Scarecrow) Fables #133 Flash #23.3 (The Rogues) Green Lantern #23.3 (Black Hand) Justice League #23.3 (Dial E) Justice League Dark #23.2 (Eclipso) Justice League Of America #7.3 (Shadow Thief) Superman #23.3 (H’el) Swamp Thing #23.1 (Arcane) Teen Titans #23.2 (Deathstroke) Wonder Woman #23.1 (The Cheetah) DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT Damsels Mermaids #5 Dark Shadows #20 Jennifer Blood #31 Lone Ranger #18 Shadow Annual 2013 Vampirella #34 HORRORHOUND Horrorhound #43 IDW PUBLISHING Doctor Who #13 Doctor Who Classics #4 Ghostbusters #7 Half Past Danger #5 Popeye Classics #14 T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #2 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Animated Adventures #3 Transformers Regeneration One #0 X-Files Season 10 #4 IMAGE COMICS Aphrodite IX #5 Bounce #5 Cyber Force #6 Darkness #115 Great Pacific #10 Mice Templar IV Legend #7 Mind The Gap #14 Morning Glories #31 Peter Panzerfaust #14 Savage Dragon #191 Zero #1 MARVEL COMICS Cable And X-Force #14 Captain Marvel #16 Daredevil #31 Infinity #3 Morbius The Living Vampire #9 New Avengers #10 Powers Bureau #7 Savage Wolverine #8 Secret Avengers #9 Superior Carnage #3 Superior Spider-Man #18 Thor God Of Thunder #13 Thunderbolts #15 Ultimate Comics X-Men #31 Uncanny X-Men #12 Venom #41 Wolverine MAX #11 X-Men Legacy #17 ONI PRESS Sixth Gun #34 VALIANT ENTERTAINMENT Bloodshot And H.A.R.D. Corps #14 Harbinger #16 X-O Manowar #17 That’s a decent amount… now if only I could afford to pick up all of these books! I mean, we’ve got week 3 of Villains Month over at DC and it looks pretty packed with some of the major DC villains like Lex Luthor, Scarecrow, Deathstroke and the Penguin! Marvel gets us another chapter into Infinity, but also we get another chapter of Battle of the Atom in the X-franchise! Valiant has Bloodshot getting the H.A.R.D. Corps added to his title, so he’s no longer a solo act, and IDW brings us a Zero Issue of Transformers Regeneration One, which is supposedly leading up to a series finale there! What’s on your pull list for the week?
21 days ago
Hedi Slimane shoots his visionary music heros: BB King, Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry"Either be hot or cold. If you are lukewarm, the Lord will spew you forth from His mouth." Wise words from rock'n'roll's original hellraiser, Jerry Le...
Hedi Slimane shoots his visionary music heros: BB King, Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry"Either be hot or cold. If you are lukewarm, the Lord will spew you forth from His mouth." Wise words from rock'n'roll's original hellraiser, Jerry Lee Lewis, and the kind of all-or-nothing spirit epitomised by Hedi Slimane's reset of Saint Laurent.   In a new series for the Saint Laurent Music Project, Hedi photographed three legendary icons of rock'n'roll and blues: Chuck Berry, BB King and Jerry Lee Lewis. Shot in August and September as Hedi road-tripped through the South and Midwest US seeking... read more » View Gallery (3) images)
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