Specifically, any follow-up after 1976’s The Omen that hit American theaters.
John Carpenter, Dean Cundey, Tommy Lee Wallace, and the late Debra Hill reconstruct the horror masterpiece through several never-before-seen interviews from years past.
A posthumous album reveals the humanity behind the comedian’s darkest material.
Revisiting the tales that gave a generation something to scream about.
Here are 10 tracks too damn good to snub.
That’s not to say they’re all good, though, either.
The Consequence of Sound staff finally give themselves over to absolute pleasure.
We see you shiver with antici … pation.
A breakdown of the endless styles of one of modern music’s most important musicians.
Get a head start on your plans for next summer’s festival season.
Be prepared for plenty of scoffing and endless frustration.
The genre filmmaker returns with his latest experiment: In a Valley of Violence.
This mission just got a hell of a lot more “impossibler.”
Plus, a Q&A with the band about their new album, Devil Music.