How Can You Not Be After Working With Jim Henson!
Master puppeteer and animator Bill Diamond has a lot to be proud of. His resume says it all by working on iconic shows like Fraggle Rock and Sesame Street while also conquering the big screen with Dark Crystal and Little Shop of Horrors. Shallow Graves Magazine had the opportunity to sit down with the legend at the 2017 Terror Con and we were not disappointed. We hope you won’t be either! Continue reading
Don’t Lose Your Heads Over This One!
The 2013 Evil Dead is one of my ALL TIME favorite horror movies. For me it has the perfect blend of what makes a great movie! Don’t get me wrong…I love all of the Evil Dead films including the Starz original series Ash Vs. Evil Dead, but this film takes all of the great elements and memorable elements from the original films and turned them on its head. Here’s my top 5 on why it’s one of the greatest horror films… Continue reading
You Better Pack For This Trip
Just like with the Grateful Dead‘s music, you can’t compile their whole journey into a short and simple film which is why Amir Bar-Lev and executive producer Martin Scorsese created a documentary spanning over 4 hours to showcase the groups long and strange trip (see what I did there). Continue reading
Don’t Drop Your Keys
If you already have trouble walking home alone at night, The Moonlight Man isn’t going to help. Continue reading
“TALE AS OLD AS TIME”
Boxoffice Mojos latest report finds that Disney’s Beauty and the Beast delivered a monster second weekend, pulling in enough to make it the fourth largest second weekend of all-time and pushing the film over $315 million in a matter of just ten days.
But Not How You Might Think
The Lord Of The Rings has been one of the most successful and influential franchises spanning from the novels to cinema. Sir Ian McKellen has portrayed numerous characters in both comics and literature with one of his most infamous being Gandalf the Grey. Sir Ian is set to dawn his robes one more time…well, almost. Continue reading
It’s Topical, But True…
George Orwell‘s dystopian 1984 is still poignant 70 years after it was originally published. On April 4th, theaters around the world will hold special screenings of Michael Radford‘s adaptation starring the legendary John Hurt. Continue reading