George A. Romero’s Restored Lost Film Is Ready for Release: ‘His Most Terrifying Movie’

Horror movie fans might get the chance to see George A. Romero’s long lost 1973 feature “The Amusement Park” on the big screen. According to a report published this week from Bloody Disgusting, Yellow Veil Pictures has come on board the project to handle the movie’s worldwide distribution rights.

Parker Posey: ‘None of my indie movies made money, so it became like, “Why hire her?”’

An icon of Nineties indie film courtesy of her roles in ‘Dazed and Confused’ and ‘Party Girl’, Parker Posey talks to Adam White about grief, time travel and how the offer of a part in an Adam Sandler movie showed her that she and Hollywood no longer saw eye to eye

‘Blues Brothers’ 40th Anniversary: Old Joliet Prison Back To Life

It was 40 years ago today, June 16, 1980, that a new movie featuring Elwood Blues and Joliet Jake and their mission to save a Catholic orphanage premiered before a small group of suburban politicians and film crew members. The Blues Brothers hit box offices four days later and Joliet’s never been the same since.