All Posts by: Michael Haffner

By Michael Haffner, May 31, 2013 1 Movie News

How do you make Nazis even more evil and despicable? Several films have already had Nazi Zombies crawl out of their graves.  How about combining the basic idea of the Frankenstein story with that of the Nazi regime.  And that… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 29, 2013 0 Movie News

I wonder if he will lead the pack or have to be placed at the end of the line.  Either way, Eric Roberts will be joining Tom Six as he completes his gross-out trilogy with Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence). … Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 29, 2013 0 Movie News

I guess since we all went out in droves in 2010 to see James Wan’s new scare-fest, we unintentionally also asked for a sequel in the process.  Well, at least that’s what Hollywood thinks.  Insidious was a fun flick that… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 23, 2013 6 Movie News

Disclosure: Michael Haffner, the designer of the poster, is the Managing Editor of DestroytheBrain.com. In no way shape or form is DestroytheBrain.com or Late Nite Grindhouse affiliated with this print. It is simply a fan’s art print that will be… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 21, 2013 0 Movie News

There’s an easy cool to Josh Homme and the music he writes with his band Queens of the Stone Age.  Like Marlon Brando in The Wild One when asked “what are you rebelling against” -  “Whadda you got?” – the… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 21, 2013 0 Movie News

J.R.R. Tolkien once wrote that “not all who wander are lost.”  I think it’s safe to assume though that the men in Ben Wheatley’s new film are indeed lost in more ways than once.  A Field in England looks to… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 20, 2013 1 Movie News

Those still mourning the loss of the exceptional animated Clone Wars TV show may find solace in knowing that a new animated Star Wars series is on the way.  After delivering five smart and exciting seasons, the team behind Star… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 16, 2013 0 Movie News

Even though I wasn’t a huge fan of the first film, I have to say I’m really looking forward to the next installment in the anthology series.  V/H/S/2 debuted earlier this year as S-VHS at the Sundance Film Festival and… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 14, 2013 0 Movie News

Last year saw the unfortunate passing of one of Grindhouse Releasing’s original founders: Sage Stallone.  It was a huge loss for fans of exploitation and cult cinema as Sage was an advocate of uncovering lost films from the 70′s and… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 10, 2013 0 Movie News

I have been very nostalgic the past few days following the passing of Ray Harryhausen.  As evident in my bio (which can be seen at the bottom of every post) I grew up watching the fantasy worlds created from the… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 10, 2013 0 Movie News

At the beginning of the year I composed my list of my Most Anticipated Films of 2013.  Not a single frame of the film or even a poster had been released yet, but that didn’t stop Alfonso Cuaron’s upcoming film… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 8, 2013 0 Movie News

David Bowie has always had a knack for the theatrics.  His elusiveness over the years and enigmatic persona he presents in the few interviews he even gives only adds to the idea that David Bowie truly exists only in his… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 6, 2013 0 Movie News

Fans of the web-slinger have had a lot to digest as of late as Marc Webb has Tweeted several photos from the set of the now filming ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2.  Some sneaky photographers have also been able to nab a few… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 6, 2013 0 Movie News

Everyone loves a good comedy.  The act of laughing is actually quite healthy and releases good endorphins.  Unfortunately a good laugh is sometimes hard to come by.  Thankfully Edgar Wright has proved he’s up to the challenge time and time… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, May 1, 2013 0 Movie News

A film that I was anxiously awaiting at last year’s Fantastic Fest was Nicolas Lopez’s English language debut Aftershock.  With Eli Roth serving as producer and co-star of the film, this Chilean set horror film had me very excited.  I’ve… Read More »