So long, 2022 – you dirty rotten egg! Oh, but wait! 2022 wasn’t all bad. Yeah, we still had the Covid around – and Trump still exists – and Bob Saget died…….but in my opinion, it was a great year for horror movies! Here’s my Top 3, followed by my ‘honorable mentions’:Continue reading
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New ‘Terrifier’ Candle & Merch Coming From Terror Threads and SickWix!
Did you like the movie Terrifier? Are you a fan of Art The Clown? Chances are that if you answered yes to both of those questions, then you’ll like what I’m about to tell you. If you answered no, then stop reading and go bake a pie or something. Terror Threads is releasing some brand new Terrifier merchandise this Thursday (May 30th) including a t-shirt, baseball tee, tank top coffee mug, poster, annnnnnnnd a limited edition candle from the super talented SickWix!
Be sure to head on over to Terror Threads this Thursday (May 30th) at 2PM CST to snatch up your Terrifier goodies. Oh – and the candle will only be available for 72 hours, so don’t dilly-dally or Art’s gonna come pay you a visit. But maybe you’d like that? Oh! And speaking of our favorite depraved clown, he’s coming back for more candy-coated carnage in Terrifier 2! Confirmed from director/writer Damien Leone, the sequel is now funded and ready to begin filming this year.
Even better news is that Terrifier 2 will push the envelope even more than it’s predecessor, and there will be a new crowdfunding campaign soon so you can contribute to the mayhem that you’ll see onscreen. Damien even alluded to a ‘Carrie like prom scene‘ where Art goes off. Drool. Stay tuned for more info on all of that, and don’t forget to go shop at the Terror Threads store this Thursday!
Review: Terrifier (2018)
Coulrophobia. I can say that I somewhat suffer from it. And no, it’s not a fear of mayonnaise (although that is a crippling fear for me). Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. It’s not uncommon. And with the triumphant return of Pennywise the Clown last year in the IT remake, clowns are even more the rage now. But while Pennywise relies vocally to get his point across, my good friend Art the Clown from the new throwback gore-fest Terrifier relies heavy on facial expressions and sawing bodies in half to get HIS across. Continue reading