Where you find zombies, you will also find gore. Sure, there are zombie films that aren't particularly bloody, but they are the exception, not the rule. This is, after all, a genre where disembowelments are standard operating procedure. To stand out in this viscera-clotted field, a movie's got to be ... More >>
Theresa Mercado's Cruel Season series -- Cruel Summer, Cruel Autumn and Cruel Winter -- is a labor of love. The horror movie fiend launched the series last year and has slowly grown it via word of mouth, as fans tell their friends about her killer film selections and handmade souvenirs. The latest i ... More >>
Simply put, Lucha libre is fun. Stand up comedy is fun. Put them together, and you have fun overload. The idea came to me after the 2012 Too Much Funstival, during which we put together a few tag team lucha libre matches from the MxW Pro Wrestling promotions before the stand up comedy and music at a ... More >>
SHANNON & THE CLAMS @ LARIMER LOUNGE | 6/30/13 Before the last song of the Shannon and the Clams' set, a woman up front yelled out for "Troublemaker," inspiring Cody Blanchard to flash a smile. Turns out, that's exactly what the band had saved for last, and that's when Shannon Shaw really shined. Ov ... More >>
THE OH HELLOS @ BLUEBIRD THEATER | FRI & SAT, 6/28-6/29 Last fall, the Oh Hellos released their first full-length, Through the Deep, Dark Valley. And while that album's got some solid tunes like "The Valley" and "I Was Wrong," it's "Hello My Old Heart," a track from their self-titled debut that perk ... More >>
In a scene oversaturated with bands mining the 1960s, Shannon and the Clams manage to stand out in stark contrast to their peers. That's partly because their songwriting is simple and strong, but mostly because of Shannon Shaw's powerful, soulfully melodic and emotionally gripping voice. Shaw sounds ... More >>
You don't need to spend big bucks to have big fun this weekend. You can see a zombie bowling movie, join in a weed-website party or catch a snow-themed art show for less than ten bucks...and that's just the start of the economical entertainment in store. Share more bargains in the comments section, ... More >>
Every year, there are more and more zombie events in Denver. Zombie crawls, zombie balls, zombie burlesque, zombie proms, zombie car washes... it never stops. For those of us who can't get enough zombie action, it's like Christmas came early and often, only with more flesh-eating and less tinsel. Fo ... More >>
Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer, the debut feature film from Bizjack FlemCo, features zombies, bowling and a seriously weird twist, all wrapped up in a gore-splattered, over-the-top sensibility that should be familiar to fans of Troma. The locally made film will get its proper Denver debut at the Den ... More >>
Zachary Byron Helm pushes the boundaries of horror in his upcoming film, Death Hearse on Satan's Titty Highway, which he's filming right here, right now in Englewood. And it should be a wild ride. See also: - Q&A: Artist Daniel Crosier of Mother Mind Studios - Ten weird movie references in Colorad ... More >>
See Also: Meet Extra Kool, the Creature From the Whack Lagoon Dirty Laboratory MC Extra Kool just dropped a new video for his tune "Is Anybody Thirsty?" The clip spills enough fake blood to make you forget the scene from Carrie. With some help of schlock-horror experts from Troma, the video combine ... More >>
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T. Rex Encounter is opening at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science tomorrow, the new exhibit, which features robotic, interactive dinosaurs has got us rather excited. You can expect a full preview tomorrow morning, but while we're sitting on our hands in anticipation, we've been thinking ... More >>
We miss Saturday mornings sometimes, when we would run downstairs filled with sugary cereal and spend the day watching cartoons and "educational programming." Even though these days we're well aware of the alphabet (some of us, at least -- mostly those that don't comment articles on the inter ... More >>
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means many people are in store for one hell of a four day weekend. Before that happens we have to deal with one of these pesky two day weekends, or "the bane of Western society" as we like to call them. Two days just doesn't ever seem like enough ... More >>
If there's a film equivalent to the punk rock movement, it's got to be Troma Films. In titles such as Toxic Avenger, Redneck Zombies, Class of Nuke 'em High and many, many, many more, Troma took a punk approach to filmmakeing -- forget the technical expertise, who cares if we can play (act, write or ... More >>
Zombie Hate Brigade with Troma president and co-founder Lloyd Kaufman Just got word that local grindcore band Zombie Hate Brigade have signed with Crash Music, a national label out of Phoenix that focuses on heavy metal and rock. The band's debut release on Crash will be an expanded, multimedia-enha ... More >>
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