Drive-In Asylum Issue #13 is here!

Drive-In Asylum #13 is now available for order! Early orders will include a die-cut Curtains-inspired sticker, while supplies last, so order today! The third-anniversary issue is bursting with sinister intent and the pulpy newsprint nostalgia you've come to love about DIA. We're so pleased to bring you an interview with Lynne Griffin. An accomplished stage actress, Lynne's… Continue reading Drive-In Asylum Issue #13 is here!

SPECIAL REPORT: Our trip to Scarecrow Video in Seattle!

All hail Scarecrow Video! On our trip to Seattle, I had only one request: to see this monument to movies in person. Nothing could prepare me for the experience. How can a place like this stay in business? Simple. It's status as a non-profit archive, which exists to bring people and film together. For more… Continue reading SPECIAL REPORT: Our trip to Scarecrow Video in Seattle!

SPECIAL REPORT: My trip to the home of Twilight

"In the state of Washington, under a near constant cover of clouds and rain, there’s a small town named Forks. Population, 3,120 people. This is where I’m moving." That's what Bella Swan said when her mother hooked up with a minor league baseball pitcher and she ended up going across the country to live with… Continue reading SPECIAL REPORT: My trip to the home of Twilight

BIGFOOT WEEK: Phil Hall’s The Weirdest Movie Ever Made reviewed

On October 20, 1967, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin emerged from a North California forest with a little less than one minute of silent, grainy and shaky 16mm footage that they claimed offered irrefutable proof of the existence of Sasquatch. Neither man had any previous experience in filmmaking or zoology, yet presented their remarkable footage… Continue reading BIGFOOT WEEK: Phil Hall’s The Weirdest Movie Ever Made reviewed

Want to write for us? It’s easy!

All November long, we’re going to feature multiple reviewers all tackling the fifty movies that come inside Mill Creek Entertainment’s Chilling Classics set. You can be a part of it! Medusa I Eat Your Skin Bell from Hell Sisters of Death The Witches Mountain The Venus Flytrap A Passenger to Bali Funeral Home Lady Frankenstein… Continue reading Want to write for us? It’s easy!

Who is Mark Gregory and why is there an entire week all about him?

Mark Gregory was born as Marco Di Gregorio, but it's his acting -- well, whatever you call it -- that has made him such a memorable person in Italian exploitation junk cinema. The first film you need to watch out for is 1990: The Bronx Warriors, where he supposedly defeated 2,000 other hopefuls for the… Continue reading Who is Mark Gregory and why is there an entire week all about him?

Chilling Classics November is coming and you can be part of it!

All November long, we’re going to feature multiple reviewers all tackling the fifty movies that come inside Mill Creek Entertainment’s Chilling Classics set. There are some really great movies on this set, like the Spanish horror film Maniac Mansion, Medusa with George Hamilton and Cameron Mitchell, Scream Bloody Murder, Devil Times Five, Deep Red, House of Madness, Alien Zone and… Continue reading Chilling Classics November is coming and you can be part of it!