Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Monday, 21 September 2009

The gates are creeking...

Can you hear the gasp of the rust snap?
The chunks of the oxidized ore falling to the ground as the screams seep through the opening?
Those cries of pain, the last cries of souls being devoured as hands reach out through gnashing teeth, these are the sounds of the hell that awaits us all, the night the bestows upon us the candied apples and razor blades, the burning bodies hanging from poles, you'll remember halloween.

To get you in the spirit of thing, Cigarette Burns would like to present to you Cemetery Man, perhaps better known under it' more poetic title, Dellamorte, Dellamore, starring Rupert Everett in his least annoying role to date, as the caretaker of a cursed cemetery, forced to slay the undead night after night alongside his faithful assistant, Gnaghi.

I can't find a decent trailer, sorry.
You'll just have to trust us that this is good.

Have we let you down yet?

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Well, THAT was a stormer!

Wasn't it?
I mean honestly, how could you not love Hausu? Genius!
Thanks to everyone that came out, we really appreciate it!

So, to help dispense with a few evening minutes, I have cooked up this little bit of controversy for The Quietus about why I am NOT a fan of American Werewolf in London.
Feel free to tell me I'm a fucking idiot. I'm a big boy, I can deal.

So if you haven't lost all respect for us here at Cigarette Burns Cinema, We hope to you'll join us next month... ohhhh October... you know what that means, don't you?
And you wouldn't think we'd let something as special as Halloween pass us by without at least a nod... or 2....

Saturday, 5 September 2009

it's coming...

Apologies for the low out put this month, between me covering Fright Fest and Ed going on holiday, August flew by with little time to do much other than run around like zombie chickens.
Regardless, it's been a good month and we have some great things happening soon.

Occupy yourself with this teaser on The Quietus for Monday's film extravaganza, Hausu.

Also, I cannot contain my excitement for the release of this bit of glorious 80's throwback creepy horror, The House of the Devil. See it alone, at night, during a thunderstorm.