Peacock is giving streamers something to scream about with over 20 hand-curated horror collections including “Horror Stans” for cinephiles and “Hauntings & Possessions” with content that is guaranteed to keep viewers up at night.
These collections contain hundreds of titles and feature Universal monster classics like Dracula and Frankenstein, cult classics like Videodrome and It Follows, and modern psychological horrors like Kevin Bacon’s You Should Have Left. There is even a collection devoted to the master of suspense himself: Alfred Hitchcock – his legendary thriller Psycho is streaming exclusively on Peacock as it celebrates its 60th anniversary, and fans can watch interviews with surviving cast and crew members in the newly added documentary The Making of ‘Psycho’.
You can find more at https://www.peacocktv.com/holiday/halloween
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We’ll Never Forget You
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A werewolf passed away on a full moon
This may seem like an odd way to start, but he would have liked it. This is not going to be your usual, almost cold in memoriam piece… I was hoping to have my first piece on this filmmaker and friend be about his work, not about this.
Tomas Navarro passed away during the night of August 2nd to August 3rd, 2020 at his home in San Diego, California. He was a filmmaker, playwright, director, writer, actor, occasional model, he wrote for Cinema Crazed a few times, and amazing human being. Born and raised in San Diego, he was proud of where he was from and working toward making a name for himself in the horror film industry with his production team at SavageZack. They have produced a few short films and music videos and he was working on reshooting his first short film as a director to make it the best film it could be. His last acting part will be released soon in the film Continuance by Tony Olmos, whom he had worked with previously on the film South of 8.
I once got in to an argument with a guy who explained that art is pointless and wholly inessential, especially in a modern society. This was a guy who played video games, by the way. For past eight months I think it’s become apparent to just about everyone that we need art now more than ever. Most of us are troubled with the ideas of what tomorrow is going to bring us, and one of the few remaining doorways in to escaping the reality and weight of our current situation has been art. I think since January we’ve all realized how much we sorely need art, and how much we take it for granted.
The stakes are higher than ever for the time-traveling exploits of William “Bill” S. Preston Esq. and Theodore “Ted” Logan. Yet to fulfill their rock and roll destiny, the now middle aged best friends set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that only their song can save life as we know it. Along the way, they will be helped by their daughters, a new batch of historical figures, and a few music legends – to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony in the universe.
On behalf of their upcoming title BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC, Orion Pictures has released an excellent trio of coloring pages.
Be sure to tag @BillandTed3 and @cinemacrazed so we can see the final works of art!
Bill & Ted Face the Music is directed by Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest), from a screenplay by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey).
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.BillandTed3.com
LAUGH IT UP AS TIME LIFE PROMOTES STAYING HOME AND LAUNCHES THE OFFICIAL ROBIN WILLIAMS YOUTUBE CHANNEL, CELEBRATING THE ICON’S INIMITABLE GENIUS
The Channel is now a Digital Home for Williams’ Classic Sketches and Exclusive Extras, with Five Clips and Debuts a New Clip Each Week!
This April Fools’ Day, the comedy connoisseurs at Time Life launched The Official Robin Williams YouTube Channel, celebrating Robin’s comic genius. Whether you know Robin from the stage or from the screen, as a comedian, an alien, or a genie-home audiences can subscribe to the channel and be prepared to laugh and cry at unforgettable and hilarious performances by the singular talent.
In a continued effort to promote movie fans staying home and promoting “flattening the curve,” Turner Classic Movies (TCM) presents the TCM Classic Film Festival: Special Home Edition, a celebration of TCM Classic Film Festival movies and moments from the past decade that fans can enjoy from the comfort of their homes.
Since this year’s TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood was cancelled to ensure the health and safety of fans, this special remote edition of the Festival will feature 24 hours a day of Festival films, TCM Hosts, and special guests.
Tune in beginning Thursday, April 16th at 8pm EST, through Sunday, April 19th on the TCM channel.
In this new frontier of self-quarantine and sheltering in place, streaming TV has become a must in providing some much-needed comfort and distraction while we’re indoors and staying safe. FilmRise is happy to help with its selection of nostalgic and comforting TV shows streaming for free.