First Teaser Trailer Released for BLADE: THE IRON CROSS

Feast your eyes on the official teaser trailer for the latest DEADLY TEN film

Circle the monstrous month of March 2020 as the time when you’ll get your first taste of the next DEADLY TEN title, BLADE: THE IRON CROSS! Director John Lechago’s kinky and twisted spin-off of the anti-Nazi PUPPET MASTER “AXIS” trilogy starring everyone’s favorite murderous marionette is in post-production as we speak and set for its WORLD PREMIERE on Full Moon Features and Full Moon’s Amazon Prime  channel.

And today, we’re letting you see some sweet footage from the flick in the form of a BRAND NEW TEASER TRAILER. Check it out!

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EXCLUSIVE: Bava, Bowling and Geretta Team for New Horror Movie

Legendary filmmaker and cult movie actress team with multi-hyphenate artist on new feature

The name Lamberto Bava needs no introduction among the serious cult movie crowd. Son of Mario Bava, the founding father of the Italian horror film, the younger Bava honed his skills working alongside his father, before striking out on his own as the director of the elegant and disturbing horror-drama MACABRE, followed closely by his neo-giallo A BLADE IN THE DARK (originally intended as an Italian TV show) and then defined the new, strong Eurohorror film with his Dario Argento produced and co-written 1985 shocker DEMONS and its 1988 sequel, DEMONS 2.

Bava is international horror film royalty (well, film royalty FULL STOP) and while the Italian movie industry has fallen relatively quiet in recent years, DELIRIUM got the juice on a BRAND NEW Bava project, a picture that sees him teaming up with his DEMONS star (and genre icon in her own right) Geretta Geretta and next-gen multi-hyphenate cinema-slinger Kansas Bowling (writer, director and everything else of the acclaimed Troma Films bloodbath B.C. BUTCHER) for an all-new (and yet anchored in history) horror movie that’s set to go to camera next year.

Announced two weeks ago in Toronto at the 6th annual HORROR-RAMA convention, this new feature film will be written and directed by Geretta, set and shot in the shadowy, steeped-in-the-supernatural corners of New Orleans, produced and photographed by Bowling and co-produced and presented by Bava.

“This is my way of bridging the past with the present and future,” Bava says of his involvement in the new picture.

“It’s like when Dario ‘presented’ DEMONS, so I will do the same with this picture”.

The trio is keeping details about the horror movie close-to-the-vest, but it is known that Bowling (who outside of her film and video work, is also an actress who appeared as a Manson girl in ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD) will shoot the movie in 16mm (her preferred medium) along with D.P. Michael Shershenovich (BLOODY CHRISTMAS, SKID ROW). The movie will also have DNA closely tied to Bava’s original DEMONS film.

The film will go to camera in 2020. DELIRIUM will have more on the project to you when we get it.

CONTEST: Win a Copy of HALLOWEEN Book “Taking Shape”

Comprehensive coffee table book charts the entire HALLOWEEN franchise

DELIRIUM has a pair of copies of authors Dustin McNeill and Travis Mullins’ massive new book TAKING SHAPE, a definitive glimpse at the making of every single picture (to date) in the HALLOWEEN feature film universe. Loaded with exclusive interviews, tons of rare photos and even a peek at the legendary novelizations of the films!

To grab a copy, email with the words TAKING SHAPE in the subject line. Two winners will be selected at random.


Arrow Video re-releases the 1957 Lon Chaney biopic

Generally speaking, contemporary horror fans tend to associate the name Lon Chaney with the legacy of his son, Lon Chaney Jr, the man who was – and will forever be – Universal’s THE WOLF MAN. But of course, the more seasoned cinephile knows the elder Chaney was one of the founding fathers of special effects and fantasy-film performance art during motion pictures’ pioneering silent birth. He was known as “The Man of a Thousand Faces” and he was indeed just that, a virtuoso creator who literally did it all and perfected the craft of making the most hideous of visages sympathetic, likable and sometimes, even lovable.

In the late 1950s, perhaps due to the birth of television and the renewed interest in monsters, Chaney’s legacy enjoyed a resurgence, with late night horror shows screening Chaney classics like THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and THE MAN WHO LAUGHED and magazines like Famous Monsters offering beautifully painted covers of the master’s various guises. Enter Joseph Pevney’s Cheney biopic MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES starring the legendary Jimmy Cagney and co-written by R. Wright Campbell (writer of a handful of classic Roger Corman westerns). The 1957 Universal production was initially criticized for its altering of key facts in Chaney’s life and for the casting of Cagney, who was by this time a bit long-in-the-tooth to play the actor during his youth. But no matter. Time has proven this fine film to be the classic it is and now, thanks to Arrow Video’s licensing of the title for Blu-ray, we can reappraise the picture.

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CONTEST! Win a Copy of the NECROPOLIS: LEGION Comic Book!

Gothic and gory horror comic is a prequel to the upcoming Full Moon feature film

The second DEADLY TEN feature film, Chris Alexander’s NECROPOLIS: LEGION, is set to premiere on Full Moon’s AMAZON PRIME channel on 12/2, with an early sneak peek premiere of the picture appearing on the Full Moon Features channel and app (subscribe today on most digital platforms or via THIS (Black) FRIDAY on 11/29!

DELIRIUM wants to give YOU a copy of the acclaimed new DEADLY TEN presents NECROPOLIS: LEGION comic book from Full Moom Comix, a prequel to the film co-penned by screenwriter Brockton McKinney!

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Severin unearths the original European release of this savage little drive-in classic

A grubby, public domain eyesore for years, Paolo Heusch’s WEREWOLF IN A GIRLS’ DORMITORY has always held a certain fascination among Eurohorror fans. Even in its awkward US edit, complete with that awesomely tacky title and goofball garage-rock theme song “The Ghoul in School”, this German/Italian co-production is an eerie anomaly, a hybrid mad science-meets-Gothic horror melodrama filled with mood, atmosphere and bursts of savage violence.

Now, Severin Films have tracked down a print of the original Italian release titled LYCANTHROPUS (great name for a band!), given it a 2K scan and presented it here on Blu-ray, totally uncut and in both Italian and the pretty decent English dub. The result is a revelation, a stylish, shadowy, monochromatic mystery with the screen’s weirdest werewolf and a lush, spooky score by composer Armando Trovajoli, which the company has awesomely delivered on an accompanying CD.

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Severin Films continue their quest to drop delicious versions of every ’80s Fabrizio De Angelis with KILLER CROCODILE, a gory, gory and  ludicrous romp from the waning days of European exploitation boom.

Directing under the nom de plume Larry Ludman, De Angelis’ muscular, late-out-of the-gate JAWS rip-off (co-penned by frequent collaborator Dardano Sacdhetti) opens just like that game-changing aqua-shock adventure, with a giggling girl swimming and some dude half-assed strumming on a guitar before BLAMMO a beast attacks. Instead of a toothy great white, we get a google-eyed crocodile puppet built by the brilliant Gianetto De Rossi, a crusty and cool life-size monster that drags the dame all over the joint, her arm looking like a fin while the red stuff pools up and Riz Ortalani’s warmed over (but still rather awesome) John Williams=esque score slices away in the background. It’s a shamelessly derivative but still lively and stylish set-up that states plainly that what we’re about to watch has been done before and better.

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Often maligned adaptation of the classic novel is a brooding Gothic horror drama

V.C. Andrews tawdry Gothic horror novel FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC was an instant hit with readers upon release in 1979, especially teens who thrilled to the taboo aspects of the tale and point of entry narrative of its young leading character, Cathy Dollanganger. So popular – and controversial – was the tome that it spawned a series of sequels, many of which have been penned long after Andrews passed in the mid-1980s.

A film adaptation was tossed around for years but didn’t materialize until 1987, when BLOOD BEACH director Jeffrey Bloom took over the project from Wes Craven. The resulting film soft-balled the explicitly sexual (and faithful to the book) approach Craven had intended to take and was dismissed by hardcore fans as being a neutered impression of a shattering tale. But time has been kind to Bloom’s FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC, and while this writer has never read the book, taken as a stand-alone shock-drama and a dark memoir, it’s a fine, often disturbing and artfully depressing experience. Its central themes of incest and greed and family derangement are still here and if anything, their suggestion, rather than their explicit realizations, make the movie that much more effective, accentuating macabre mood and doom over shocks.

DEADLY FRIEND and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER star Kristy Swanson stars as Cathy, who tells the tale looking back as adult. When her beloved father is killed, her mom Corrine (Victoria Tennant) whisks Cathy, her brother Chris and their two 5-year old siblings Carrie and Cory to her family estate. There, the long disinherited Corrine intends to win back her father’s love and allows the children’s domineering, monstrous grandmother (Louise Fletcher, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOOS NEST) to lock the kids in a secret bedroom and attic, keeping them a secret from the dying patriarch until Corrine can get back into the will. Almost immediately the children are tortured by their evil Granny and eventually, after months then years, totally forgotten by their mother. The children become prisoners, coming of age and suffering humiliation and tragedy until they devise a plan to escape.

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