Monthly Archives: August 2016

Uneasy Riders – A Review of ‘The Flying Dutchmen’

Uneasy Riders – A Review of The Flying Dutchmen If all went according to plan, Jon would drive his friend/mentor Daryl on a 3,000-mile trip to the Pacific Northwest on a custom motorcycle fitted with a sidecar. The trip would fulfill a longstanding promise and allow Jon to pay Daryl back for helping him through rough times.

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Mondo Monday – Planet of the Apes – Jerry Goldsmith’s Original Score LP

Mondo is killing it with their vinyls’ packaging. Just announced is the iconic score to the original Planet of the Apes. This accomplished work by Jerry Goldsmith was nominated for an Academy Award. As Mondo states, it is “unlike anything moviegoers had heard before – avant garde, experimental and using every instrument Goldsmith could get his hands

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This Week of Horror – August 20-26, 2016

This Week of Horror – August 20-26, 2016 In the spirit of new endeavors, I’m happy to kick off a new feature here at The Ink & Code, a weekly round-up of all exciting things in the world of horror. You’ll find stuff to watch, stuff to buy, and all-around cool/crazy oddities you might have otherwise missed. Without

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Fantastic Fest 2016 Announces Second Wave of Programming!

Fantastic Fest 2016 Announces Second Wave of Programming Following up on the announcement of Fantastic Fest’s first wave of programming, word has just gone out about what else they have in store. It’s a doozy. No, it’s a sit-down-and-take-it-all-in spectacle. According the Alamo Drafthouse: It wouldn’t be Fantastic Fest without some true heavyweights of world cinema

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The Light at the End of Summer – A Review of ‘Tunnel’

The Light at the End of Summer – A Review of Tunnel The life of car salesman Jung-soo (Ha Jung-woo ) is thrown into peril when the newly constructed tunnel he’s driving through collapses. The government and media scramble to the site of the collapse as rescue workers grapple with a disaster for which they’re not

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BAM! SMACK! PUN! – The 60s Batman and Robin are Back!

Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar return for Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders If this year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice wasn’t your jam, the fine folks at DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have you covered. Entertainment Weekly just debuted an exclusive teaser trailer for the upcoming animated Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders,

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Mondo Monday – Twin Peaks – Original Score LP

It’s been a while since we’ve had a Mondo Monday. Not only is it overdue, it’s absolutely essential given today’s news. For the uninitiated, Mondo produces the best album art… the BEST. No hyperbole. All awesomeness. Today, they outdid themselves by announcing the upcoming release of the Twin Peaks Original Score LP. It’s the music

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Talking Chainsaws and Sharknados with Caroline Williams

Talking Chainsaws and Sharknados with Caroline Williams Caroline Williams is one of those actresses you never forget. In 1986 she starred in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2,  Tobe Hooper’s bonkers and wildly entertaining sequel to the original horror classic. As disc jockey Stretch Brock, she fought to survive an unfortunate run-in with Leatherface and the rest of the sadistic Sawyer

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Fantastic Fest 2016 Announces First Wave of Programming!

Fantastic Fest 2016 Announces First Wave of Programming I’ve been waiting year for this day. Fantastic Fest – the largest genre film festival in the US, specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world – is a mere 51 days away and the fine folks at the Alamo Drafthouse have

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