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OKG Newsletter

Topic: Blood Feast

The Blood Trilogy

Let it bleed, in high-def.


Rod Lott
While Herschell Gordon Lewis has made a fortune in the advertising business, it's his earlier career as a drive-in filmmaker that fuels his still-going legacy. He's still kicking — 2010's gruesome game-show parody "The Uh-Oh Show" is his latest, while several of his movies have been remade — and Something Weird Video and Image Entertainment have released a new documentary about him, "Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore.” But more importantly, they’ve unleashed arguably his most notorious works on Blu-ray.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore

Thanks for the dismemberies!


Rod Lott
Released in conjunction with "The Blood Trilogy" Blu-ray from Something Weird Video and Image Entertainment is their companion DVD documentary, "Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore." Helmed by the great Frank Henenlotter ("Frankenhooker," "Basket Case"), the feature-length doc is longer than any one entry in that trilogy, which is comprised of "Blood Feast," "Two Thousand Maniacs!" and "Color Me Blood Red."
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

We're honored

The state’s professional journalism society awards Oklahoma Gazette and staffers.


Gazette staff
The Oklahoma pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists this year awarded Oklahoma Gazette as the second-best newspaper in Oklahoma, with Tulsa World taking top honors.
Monday, April 23, 2012