More legal than a fake purge and less appetizing than zombies on AMC, it’s that time of year for the 18th Annual Horrorama Movie Festival. Making more returns then Jason, Freddy and Michael the ‘Horror’ returns to the Englewood Cinemas at 320 W. National Road, Englewood, Ohio by Kmart on Friday Oct. 24th. Doors open and the pre-show festivities at 6:00 PM, and the flicks kick off around 7:00 PM. Tickets are $10 in advance (at GameSwap Kettering and Englewood Cinema) or $12 day of show. Turning 18 this year (it’s old enough to drink blood but not other potent liquids), Horrorama has … [Read more...] about HORRORAMA 2014 Re-Haunts Englewood Cinema October 24th!
Friday October 26th the 16th annual Halloween themed all night movie bash Horrorama played the Englewood Cinema showing five cinema slashers from new brain smashing movies dedicated to 50’s era horror, to early 80’s comic book capers, mid 80’s gory reanimation, late 80’s campy horrifying hair metal and a local, well-made historical true crime shockumentary based on the most infamous ‘family’ of the late 60’s. Since 1997 Horrorama has been a premiere event showcasing the newest in local film, best horror movies of any given era and just plain messed up, underground, weird, cult stuff you’ll … [Read more...] about Englewood Cinema Hosts Horrorama 2012
On Friday September 28 Englewood Cinema will showcase eleven big independent film experiences. Englewood is known for its yearly show of support to local filmmakers including Horrorama and featuring films that could be considered 'slightly’ off the mainstream radar and older vintage classics that otherwise would never see the big screen again. First up is local independent visionary, artist and Horrorama host Andrew Copp’s short Consumption of the Heart which will appear in the upcoming Collective Volume 5 collection. Mr. Copp is known for his deep, dark and diabolical approach to the camera … [Read more...] about Consumption of the Heart/Collective Vol 4: Emotion Premiere at Englewood Cinema
Editor’s note: The piece was submitted by Matthew Brassfield, a local filmmaker and the writer, director and producer of Baron Von Porkchop’s Terrifying Tales of the Macabre. I wrapped up my first article, Ohio Shock, at the beginning of the 80's and presented hosts like the Ghoul, Dr. Creep, Mad Daddy, Fritz The Nite Owl and many more. Now it's time to explore the next batch of hosts that kept the 80's to present day scary for Ohioians. In Ohio Shock we spoke about the Shock Package, a group of Universal Films that helped spawn the Horror Host genre into entertainment the whole … [Read more...] about Son of Ohio Shock: Part 2 of a History of Horror Hosting in the Buckeye State
There are two types of horror movies: the cheaply-produced, teen scream-a-thons that Hollywood has been churning out over the last decade or so, and the classic horror films from classic horror auteurs. For over a decade, the Horrorama film festival has been serving up the latter, and will continue its annual celluloid celebration of ghoulishly gruesome gore on Friday, Oct. 29 at Englewood Cinemas. Four frightening features are lined up for Horrorama 2010: Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead II - Dead By Dawn", Wes Craven's "The Hills Have Eyes", “The Asylum of Satan”and the Italian film "Pieces", … [Read more...] about 14th Annual Horrorama Film Festival Set To Deliver Thrills, Chills & Squeals