Chicago Comic Con [2014]

THE BOOGEY MAN [Soundtrack]

Jacob [Soundtrack]

IMAGINE_audiomachine... and Howlin' Wolf are Teaming Up!

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Jeremy [Howlin' Wolf]

Howlin' Wolf Records: 1980's "The Boogey Man" - Tim Krog

The Boogey Man [1980-2014]
Music by: Tim Krog

One of several horror films released at the height of the slasher movie craze of the late 1970s and early 1980s, The Boogey Man is an effective mash-up of supernatural cinema’s greatest hits that has developed a strong cult following. Director and co-writer Ulli Lommel was born into a show business family, and began his career as an actor in the German film industry in the 1960s. Striking up a relationship with the celebrated filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Lommel went on to collaborate with him on over twenty projects.

Proud to announce for the first time on Cd and a great iconic score that is music composed and performed by Tim Krog. From our label, Howlin' Wolf Records... we bring you the score to 1980's cult classic "THE BOOGEY MAN"!

Jeremy [Howlin' Wolf]


Howlin' Wolf Records: JACOB [2014] - Iain Kelso

Jacob [2014]
Music by: Iain Kelso

The Kell household is far from what you would call an ideal family. Otis is the new head of the household and he makes sure that everyone abides to his rules – when his wife Edith makes a small mistake, Otis severely beats her for her misdemeanor. The violent attack is witnessed by Edith’s young daughter Sissy, who is so accustomed to these attacks that she tends to her mother’s wounds between tea parties. Her guest at these parties is her older brother Jacob, a dimwitted young man who is insanely protective of his sister. When one of Otis’ rage attacks is targeted against the girl, Jacob immediately kills him and lets the decades of regret and humiliation take over his mind. Add in a supernatural twist and with nothing to lose, Jacob turns his wrath against the town that let this tragedy happen.

You know we all have a special friend like Jacob, always looking out for you... well then you should always look over your shoulder. Howlin' Wolf Record releases it's 21st score to the disturbing film "JACOB" composed by Iain Kelso and it's dark piece. I like it, it's good to listen to as you make your way home in the deepest darkest woods.

Jeremy [Howlin' Wolf]


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Interview with Actor/Producer... Paul Porter

Not only are we finishing up the interviews with the great cast, now we get to chat it up with the producer/writer/actor/director/etc... Paul Porter. I didnn't spend nearly enough time talking about all the hats this man does wear, though in a production like "RABID LOVE" you do what is needed to get the job done.
Jeremy [Howlin' Wolf]

Jeremy [HWR]: As your character "John Allen" in "Rabid Love"... is there one trait you played and felt you connected from your real life?

Paul Porter: Well, I’m not an actor at all, so whenever I ‘act’, I’m really just being myself.  I was always picturing John as me during the writing and then it ended up being most convenient for the feature that I play him since we were trying to keep the cast and crew as small as possible.  I guess one trait I played up with John is him being the quiet type- I’m not a talker in real life and really only communicate vocally when absolutely necessary.  But I also kept John’s lines in the movie to a minimum because I’m a horrible actor : )

Jeremy [HWR]: Working on the film "Rabid Love" what was one of the best and worst moments you remember during the making of "Rabid Love”?

Paul Porter: I think the best moment was pretty much anytime we were shooting because, like any project, we had been writing/developing/pre-producing for such a long time that it was just so cool to actually be on set and seeing the story that had only been in our heads and on paper come to life in front of us.  I honestly can’t say that there were any bad moments I remember- it was a fun, easy shoot and what little problems we had were pretty easily overcome.

Jeremy [HWR]: Do you feel many independent films that in the horror genre are missing the point on how to get there audience?

Paul Porter: Not really- I think most of them know exactly how to get to their audience- boobs and blood.  We’ve come to love the horror community and they’re extremely supportive and cool, BUT, one thing I really don’t like about it is how many terribly written and produced movies are out there that are huge hits just because they include gratuitous nudity and gore while completely disregarding the story, characters, and overall art of filmmaking.  Something we deliberately avoided with RL was the ‘grind house’ feel that most indies go for- we wanted to stay true to the spirit of fun, somewhat wholesome 80’s movies and not play the easy, cheap thrill card.

Jeremy [HWR]: If you could go "Rabid" for one thing, what would it be... and why?
Paul Porter: Queen!   Because- Queen, duh.  :)

To find out more about this cast, crew and Paul Porter... please check out one of the links below:

Dark Horse Comics: NEW RELEASES - July 30th, 2014

He didn't get onto the most lucrative interstellar mission for the money—Paxon wants to be reunited with the woman he loves. But his high-stakes journey takes him to a savage world full of the galaxy’s most dangerous game, where the gravity can turn your bones to powder.
* Written by Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko (Star Wars: Legacy, Planet of the Apes).

Baltimore shelters a woman on the run from a possessed dead man and the witch playing his puppet master.
* From Hellboy creator Mike Mignola!

The madman responsible for the assassination of Arcadia’s police chief in Two Past Midnight escaped . . . and now Tempus is back! Addicted to technology, Tempus wants Jim Albright’s inventions . . . and he’ll happily kill to get them! No one knows the Secret Squadron headquarters better than Captain Midnight, but he’ll need all his cunning to protect his home from this lunatic!
* Die Hard–style action by the artist of Skyman!
* Cover by Dustin Nguyen (Batman, Batman: Li’l Gotham)!

Though they’ve offered Emily and the Strangers a seemingly awesome record deal, it’s beginning to look like Awesomely Awesome Records isn’t all they appear to be. Initial investigation shows they might have something to do with the stray cat situation in Emily’s hometown! The gang decides they have to investigate before they sign anything!
* An Emily the Strange feature film is in development.

As Xaltotun and his traitorous lackeys face the returning King Conan, it’s their black magic against Conan’s fury and steel! The barbarian has an oath of vengeance to keep, some powerful friends of his own by his side, and a promise of love to fulfill! The epic adaptation’s thunderous climax!
* Conan confronts an ancient evil as he seeks to regain his crown!

MIND MGMT concludes its second year in this crucial one-shot revealing “The Life and Times of Henry Lyme,” with a shocking twist that sets up the final two arcs!
* The AV Club’s best series of 2013!
* This issue is the perfect jumping-on point for new readers!
* Retailers, see your order form for a special offer.

A fatal outbreak causes the Vitros to divide their focus between saving Earth and preparing to launch their space station out of Earth’s orbit.
* Created by Academy Award winner Aron Warner (Shrek).
* Written by Philip Gelatt (Petrograd), with art by Eisner-nominated painter Brett Weldele (The Surrogates).

The Rebellion’s plan is coming together. All Luke Skywalker has to do is elude an Imperial spy—and perform some unanticipated rescues! But this farm boy is on the edge of greatness, and he is not about to stop saving the galaxy now!
* Matt Kindt writes the Leia, Han, and Luke from the classic era of Star Wars!
* Covers by Adam Hughes!

The Crash was only the beginning. The earth has begun to tear itself apart. And the truth of Mary’s identity, which began as a faint signal, grows louder and is seemingly connected to it all. The secret of the Crash and the location of the missing ship The Massive get answered here, in the final arc, Ragnarok!

The truth about Veil leads even more eyes to focus on the strange young woman found wandering out of an empty subway tunnel. Passions run high around her as the body count increases, but is she just an object of desire—or a force to be reckoned with in her own right?
* From Eisner Award winner Greg Rucka!

Heath Huston, the last Fear Agent, finds himself marooned on the desolate Planet Westx, populated by gun-slinging robots, venomous mutants, and buxom cowgirls. Creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore reunite to bring you the good, the bad, and the ugly in a sci-fi western shot through the heart! Collects issues #22–#27.

Presenting the second in a series that will collect, in chronological order, all the Sunday pages of the celebrated newspaper strip! Discover the abundant wonder and dazzling beauty in the world—as seen through the eyes of creator Frank King and his beloved characters, Walt and Skeezix—in some of Gasoline Alley’s most artistically imaginative art! Reprinted in full color, this giant-sized volume collects every Gasoline Alley Sunday strip from 1923 through 1925.
* One of the most influential and critically acclaimed newspaper strips of all time!
* The second-longest-running comic strip in the US—still published after almost 100 years!

Before Two-Fisted Tales burst onto the scene in 1950, war comics were largely unsophisticated, focusing only on action and adventure—wartime propaganda, essentially. But under the editorial direction of Harvey Kurtzman—who also penned the majority of the stories therein—Two-Fisted Tales dared to examine all the horror and madness to be found on the battlefield. Collecting Two-Fisted Tales issues #30–#35 in fully remastered digital color.
* Features stories created by comic artists Gene Colan, Johnny Craig, Reed Crandall, Jack Davis, Will Elder, Ric Estrada, George Evans, Joe Kubert, John Severin, and Wally Wood!
* Foreword by Joe Kubert!

Varese Sarabande... New Releases TODAY!

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS: The Deluxe Edition [2 Cd's] 
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Michael Giacchino

It’s here!  Star Trek fans and Michael Giacchino fans alike have been clamoring for this one!  Varèse Sarabande is proud to present our Deluxe Edition 2-CD set of Giacchino’s epic score for Star Trek Into Darkness, now featuring two hours of Michael’s soaring score!

Last summer, before heading to a galaxy far, far away, pioneering director J.J. Abrams delivered an explosive action thriller that took Star Trek Into Darkness. In the wake of a shocking act of terror from within their own organization, the crew of The Enterprise is called back home to Earth. In defiance of regulations and with a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads his crew on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice.  As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Reinhold Heil

A mother and father and their three teenage children move to a new home that was the scene of a “personal tragedy.” The son meets a mysterious neighbor girl and together they experiment with an old radio they find in the attic, which can be used to communicate with the dead. Something is unleashed that brings new horror.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Elia Cmiral

Hannah Lee (Abigail Breslin) is a bright teen girl trapped in the dark Southern underworld of violence and guns, drugs and vicious biker gangs. Neglected by her angry sister Amber (Alexa Vega), her only refuge is her troubled uncle Donny (Lew Temple) who is a drug addict. Both live in fear of "Uncle Frank" Stinson (Sean Bean) who runs the illegal family business with an iron fist, aided by his psychotic younger brother Bobby (Jake Busey). But when Amber falls in love with family rival Wild Bill (James Purefoy), Hannah realizes there is no escape from the ruthless Stinsons and cleverly schemes to pit one pawn against another in a cunning game of revenge.

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed and Conducted by Nuno Malo

When a series of package bombs show up on the doorsteps of prominent politicians and businessmen in the summer of 1919, U.S. Bureau of Investigation Agent William Flynn (David Strathairn) is assigned the task of finding those responsible. He becomes immersed in an investigation that uncovers an anarchist plot to destroy democracy. Inspired by true events of the ’20s, the film sets the stage for a timely thriller with resoundingly similar parallels to the contemporary war on terrorism and the role government plays to defeat it.


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Jeremy [Howlin' Wolf]