Hey kids! Do you long to be a famous Hollywood star? Do you want to have shitty friends, work a dead end, humiliating job, take drugs, and do unspeakable things to further your career? Would you like a behind the scenes peek at the inner workings of Hollywood? Well, then you’re a horrible person, but perhaps listening to our review of 2014’s Starry Eyes will help you on your path to being the shallow, shell of a human you’ve always wanted to be! Or maybe you’ll just laugh so hard you snort, fart, and pee a little, while you shoot scalding hot coffee out of your nose. Suck my spinning steel, shithead! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast, episode 35!
Horror-centric label Waxwork Records has announced details for their 2015 subscription package and it’s chock full of incredible soundtracks that you’ll be dying to get your hands on! The subscription will include the soundtrack to the 1974 sci-fi thriller Phase IV, the 1984 cult classic C.H.U.D., this year’s renowned Starry Eyes, and the incredibly rare score for Clive Barker’s Nightbreed! There are also plans for a fifth “very special release” that will be announced in the future.
That’s five LPs for a total of $180 (includes shipping) and that includes “subscriber-Only colored wax”, “surprise exclusives including merchandise, apparel, digital downloads, enamel pins, patches, and more”, and no worries about loading up the site when a title goes on sale! Continue reading
Out today on iTunes and VOD platforms is Dark Sky Films’ Hollywood slasher Starry Eyes, written and directed by Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer.
In the comments are two incredibly awesome (yet disgusting) clips from the film. Be warned, they are NSFW and a bit on the spoiler side. I’m going to watch this film as soon as I’m done posting some news!
Alex Essoe, Noah Segan, Pat Healy, Amanda Fuller, Shane Coffer, and Fabianne Therese all star. Continue reading
Waxwork Records has announced that they will be releasing the score to this year’s Starry Eyes, a gory horror-thriller that the company describes as a mix between, “…Polanski and Cronenberg.” The music was composed by Jonathan Snipes, who also composed Room 237.
The film is described as: “A hopeful young starlet uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.”
You can listen to two tracks from the upcoming release in the comments. Continue reading