It’s Giallo Time!
Hello dear readers. Welcome to another edition of the Cult Labs’ newsletter, packed with juicy movie goodness. Despite being the last day of May, the weather outside is still pretty lame. Rain, rain and more rain. Oh joy. Thankfully Shameless Screen Entertainment have recently come to the rescue with yellowness! Beaming brightly a new artwork, yesterday the new cover for the classic giallo from Aldo Lado (director of Night Train Murders and Short Night Of Glass Dolls), the one and only Who Saw Her Die? The blueprint for the much loved Don’t Look Now, Who Saw Her Die? stars a feast of a cult cast, including George Lazenby and Adolfo Celi – two names every Bond fan should know. So, what do you think of the new artwork? Love it as much as we do? Share your thoughts over on the Official Forum thread.
On with the rest of the newsletter…
There’s a couple of great releases out this week that are definitely worth checking out….
- Boy Nobody – Step into the world of top secret spies, assassins and teenage angst with this fantastic new page turner from Allen Zadoff. Boy Nobody tells the gripping, action-packed tale of a teen spy, brainwashed to infiltrate a school and murder a pupil’s parent (the Mayor no less!). It’s a snappy and very, very intense read with one of the coldest and most lethal characters we’ve read off. Don’t miss it! A must for all book worms!
- Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn – With the reveal of the Xbox One (a controversial announcement for gamers!) Speilberg himself introduced a brand new TV show based on the Halo universe. So, what better way to get stuck in ahead of it’s release with the first ever official live-action adaptation, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn. Out now on both DVD and Blu-ray (get the deluxe edition – it’s beautiful!), it’s perfect for any gamers you may know. Check out this clip from the film here.
Ultramarines - Here’s another one for all those gamers out there! Calling all Warhammer 40,000 fans! The first ever film from this universe is here. On DVD and Blu-ray, this stunning sci-fi adult animation is out later next month. With an impressive cast including John Hurt (Alien) and Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers) and Terence Stamp (Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert), Warhammer fans will eat this one up! Nom nom.
Movie 43 – To celebrate the release of one of the most outrageous comedies of recent years, Movie 43, our weekly challenges continue (head here to find out more and win prizes)! Today is a special day in the world of Movie 43 and Twitter for we’re discussing the greatest #SongsToPoopTo. Yes, really! Whether it be Johnny Cash’s Ring Of Fire, Nivana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit or Muse’s Supermassive Black Hole, what song titles do you know that sound like poop jokes? Share yours over on Twitter today with #SongsToPoopTo or on Facebook. Embrace your inner teen and emit your bowels!
No One Lives - The trailer’s here, people! The trailer’s here! Get ready for the next big slasher that brings fun back to the horror genre – without being a comedy. Staring the irresistibly sexy Luke Evans as the suave new psychopath, it’s hunter vs. hunter in this non-stop, extreme slice of crazy horror. Directed by the director of Versus…nuff said! Check out the trailer and head over to the Official Facebook page to get stuck in.
Well, until next time so long, take care, drive safe, don’t talk to strangers and always check under your bed!