Italian horror master Lucio Fulci (The Beyond, Zombi 2) plays ... an Italian horror master named Lucio Fulci in 1990's Cat in the Brain, one of the last films he made before his death. Equal parts meta, insane, and violent, Cat in the Brain, aka Nightmare Concert, is now getting a handsome Blu-ray from Grindhouse…
We're already loving Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's comic Bitch Planet, set in a space prison for women who have been "non-compliant," and this live-action trailer for the comic explains why. It perfectly captures the mix of exploitation and future dystopia.
WARNING: At least half these trailers in this amazing mega-compilation are NSFW. They are full of boobs, violence, lunatics, Satan, women in prison, murderers, interracial relationships, Swedish people with extremely open minds, and more. And they are awesome.
Francesco Francavilla's Batman 1972 illustrations take the Dark Knight back to the 1970s, where he chainsmokes and does business with a mustached Commissioner Gordon. It's Batsploitation!
This week we posted America Under Communism, a propaganda comic about life in Soviet America. Here's If Footmen Tire You, What Will Horses Do?, probably the only evangelical Christian grindhouse horror movie ever made about life in Commie America.
Director Giuliano Carnimeo's 1983 post-apocalyptic flick Exterminators of the Year 3000 may seem like a Mad Max clone at first, but its criminally inept production values elevate it to cult nirvana. Also, it has the most brutal trailer ever made!
The "Mexploitation" action flick — which sprang from one of Grindhouse's fake trailers — will get both a prequel comic and an ongoing series from IDW starting in September. Awesome. The only problem: They picked the wrong Grindhouse character.
Strap on your topless suspenders and gas masks, Project Pure Wolf is getting it's own comic book. You may remember these busty German broads as one of the fake trailers that aired during Quentin Tarantino's Grindhouse double feature. According to Rob Zomibie's myspace blog the Werewolf Women of the S.S. shall be…
Stop listening to those rumors that Robert Rodriguez's Barbarella remake is failing to achieve escape velocity. Rose McGowan, who's set to step into Jane Fonda's go-go boots, says the movie is much further along than you realize. Not only is she signed up, but a lot of the pre-production work is done, including the…