Bobby Rhodes is no stranger to the world of horror. He’s been kicking demonic arse since 1985, when, in the roles of Tony and Hank, he stole the show in Lamberto Bava’s Italian horror classics, Demons and Demons 2. Both films solidified Rhodes as a true Horror Icon.
With his career beginning in the 1960s, Bobby has worked in almost every genre imaginable, from action to science-fiction to comedy, and even medieval drama. This year, Bobby returns to his most beloved genre in the psychological horror film, 6Dana66Godina.
6Dana66Godina (6Days66Years) tells the tale of Sasha Milosevic, an […]
Horrorphiles and lovers of cult and transgressive cinema are in for a twisted treat come November when Monster Fest 2014 returns to Melbourne.
Now in its fourth year, Monster Fest celebrates ‘the latest, greatest and rarest cult and horror cinema’, with a focus on bringing genre fiends and practitioners together at film screenings and related special events.
Proving more successful year on year, the 2014 festival, kicking off on November 20 and ending November 30, is aiming higher than ever before. Festival director Neil Foley said this is the year Monster Fest transforms from a film festival into “an all-out, […]
Aaron Sterns is an interesting guy. He co-wrote Wolf Creek 2 with director Greg McLean and was responsible for the very first Wolf Creek prequel novel, Origin: Wolf Creek, Book 1. Both projects take a hard look at Wolf Creek‘s deranged hero, bushman Mick Taylor, and create a causal link between a young jackaroo and the killer he became. In the novel, Sterns builds a figure defined by early-life trauma; in the Wolf Creek 2, Sterns reveals just how that trauma continues to impact Taylor, letting us know that resolution of our hero’s demons is unlikely.