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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Become an Alchemy Dealer!

March 31st, 2014

Have you ever thought about becoming an Alchemy dealer? Whether you currently run a shop or webstore, or you are simply thinking of an extra or alternative income stream, Alchemy’s vast range of products and global popularity could be just what you are looking for!

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Italy’s Gothic Metal Legends Lacuna Coil Get The Horrors

March 24th, 2014

Alchemy’s old friends, the Italian Gothic Metal legends Lacuna Coil have been revealing a little more about their much-anticipated, forthcoming album. Entitled Broken Crown Halo, it’s scheduled for an April release, and a concept album. In conversation with TeamRock Radio, they explained that the record was heavily influenced by the classic, vintage horror films being made in their homeland decades back. Particularly gory cult 70s masterpieces such as Deep Red and Suspiria, directed by Italy’s maestro of the macabre, Dario Argento.

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March 18th, 2014

Rob Zombie is perhaps the only performer to successfully master both shock rock and the kindred parallel universe of horror cinema. But while he’s enjoyed fair commercial success in Hollywood, Zombie took a lot of fan flack while in the director’s chair – both for being too gratuitously brutal in films like The Devil’s Rejects, and for being too corporate by agreeing to helm two Halloween remakes. In the wake of the very mixed response to his most recent horror movie – last year’s bold and bizarre Lords of Salem – Rob very publicly announced he was done with directing horror for the foreseeable future. Until now…

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I, Frankenstein – an all-out, centuries old war between two immortal clans.

March 11th, 2014

One of this year’s big fantasy-adventure movies has been inspired by well-known gothic novel. ‘I, Frankenstein’ is written by actor and comic book writer Kevin Grevioux – it’s based on his graphic novel, which was inspired by Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’. Fans of the vampire movie Underworld might remember Grevioux playing the werewolf Raze – he also came up with the concept behind the film and co-wrote the original screenplay.

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