Starting this Monday, we’re proud to present our very first theme week! We’ve specially curated only the finest films to bring you the most in movie watching joy.
Do you like heavy metal? Do you like horror movies? Would you like to chocolate in your peanut butter these two tastes into one blood drenched, Satan obsessed, loud as hell spectacle? OF COURSE YOU DO.
We’ll be covering:
BLACK ROSES – When the band Black Roses shows up to the small town of Mill Basin, parents are gonna die, teachers are gonna get seduced and demons are gonna take the stage!
TRICK OR TREAT – Sammi Curr died for rock and roll. Now, he’s coming back to make everyone else pay!
THE GATE – If you play your albums backward, a giant pit to hell in your backyard will unleash demons on your house, kill your best friend and dog, and then pull you into a wall!
ROCK ‘N ROLL NIGHTMARE – Can Jon Mikl Thor defeat Satan himself? And will his band survive?
ROCKTOBER BLOOD – A singer dies after recording an album. When the band finally tours, he comes back for revenge.
Words cannot explain the excitement that we have for these movies. Please join us here on Monday for an entire week of groupies, guitars and gore! RAISE YOUR HORNS AND CLICK BACK HERE!
And we’ve since reviewed:
MONSTER DOG – If you wanted a film where a rocker, played by Alice Cooper, is really a werewolf, you found it.
TERROR ON TOUR – A not-so-heavy metal band, the Clowns, are stalked by a fan dressed as one of the faux-KISS members.
HARD ROCK ZOMBIES – Will Adolf Hitler’s new Reich will be stopped by the zombied Holy Moses?
SHOCK ‘EM DEAD – Sell my soul to a voodoo woman so I can become a metal god and date Traci Lords? Yes, please!
THE DUNGEONMASTER – A demon recruits ’80s metal kings W.A.S.P as Blackie Lawless menaces the hero? Yes!
RAGING ANGELS – Released in 1995 but made during the late, hair metal ’80, a religious rocker fronts an organization pushing for a one-world government. An aspiring rocker tries to stop the Rapture and the coming of the Antichrist. Hey, Christian metal band Holy Solider, appears!
RICKY 6 – Okay, it was made in 2000, but it takes place in the midst of the “No False Metal” slew of movies inspired by the decade’s “Satanic Panic” craze. Unlike River’s Edge (1986) — which was also inspired by the exploits of Ricky Kasso — featuring era-appropriate music by Slayer, Fates Warning, and Hallows Eve, the best metal you get in Ricky 6 is a Krokus tune.