Ordered to evacuate Earth on the eve of an Alien invasion, a lone “Hero” named Calik must decide between his sworn duty to flee, or defy his instructions, and battle the imminent threat and attempt to save our world.
Are you stuck and can’t come up with a good horror movie to watch this weekend? Have no fear as doom metal band Lesbian has come up with a list of fantastic horror movies that you can check out in case you haven’t seen them! Mixing up classics with flat out b-horror and everything in between, it’s a great list to give to your friends/family who haven’t had a lot of exposure to horror. Check it out below!
Bloody-Disgusting is thrilled to team up with Seattle doom metal band Lesbian to bring you an exclusive stream of the third segment of “Foretelevision”. The new album Foretelevision, out June 25th via Translation Loss, is one single 44+ minute track and shifts from doom to blackened metal, all with prog influences. The album was recorded with producing collaborator Randall Dunn (Wolves In The Throne Room, Earth) and features artwork by Arik Roper. Head on below to hear this majestic, epic aural onslaught!
Magnolia Pictures’ “lesbian werewolf” movie, Jack & Diane, played recently at the Tribeca film fest and now a handful of new official stills have surfaced courtesy of Magnolia pictures. I’m really curious about this film. What I’ve heard has been mixed, some love it and some don’t. Werewolf movies are an interesting challenge, they’re so hard to get right and I’m secretly hoping I love this one. It’s interesting that all the imagery from this film – at least the imagery that I’ve seen – takes place more or less during the day. Far away from nighttime werewolf action.
Directed by Bradley Rust Gray, “Tomboy Jack and bubbly Diane fall head over heels in love one hot summer in New York City. When Diane reveals she must leave the city for school in Europe, their budding love is tested. Weaving horror elements into a distinctive and fresh yet timeless and universal first-love story, TFF alum Bradley Rust Gray brings his unique vision to this idiosyncratic story of the joys and terrors of first love.”
Juno Temple, Riley Keough, Cara Seymour, Dane DeHaan, Michael Chernus and Kylie Minogue all star in the R-rated horror drama.
Magnolia will premiere the film this fall. Head inside for the pics. Thanks to Avery for the heads up! READ MORE