ReMIND Magazine’s Special October Collector’s Issue Celebrates the Halloween Movie Franchise: "ReMIND Magazine, where the past is always a blast, celebrates all 43 years of the Halloween movie franchise with a special super-sized October collector’s issue, now available for pre-order at

Filmmaker and journalist Justin Beahm is guest editor for the issue, and has assembled the following line-up of renowned contributors from the heart of horror entertainment:

Malek Akkad Halloween series producer, Trancas International Films

Chris Alexander Ex-Fangoria magazine editor, producer at Full Moon Pictures

Nat Brehmer Film historian,

BJ Colangelo Film historian,

Michael Dougherty Director, Trick ‘r Treat, Krampus

Anthony C. Ferrante Sharknado series director, journalist

Justin Mabry Master mask sculptor, Trick or Treat Studios

Ben Scrivens Owner, Fright Rags clothing and collectible company

Jerry Smith Film historian,

Heather Wixson Film historian,

Chris Zephro Owner, Trick or Treat Studios

Here are some of the treats packed into this one-of-a-kind collaboration:

  • Interview with John Carpenter on the making of Halloween
  • The twists and turns of the Halloween franchise
  • How John Carpenter changed the cinema soundscape
  • The story behind the most famous mask in horror
  • The evolution of Halloween collectibles
  • The misunderstood legacy of Halloween III
  • How Nick Castle influenced a generation of madmen as Michael Myers
  • Interview with director David Gordon Green on Halloween Kills
  • And more!

This year’s cover artwork hearkens back to the stark simplicity of the original Halloween, the movie that kicked off the beloved franchise, while honoring ReMIND’s dedication to celebrating popular culture from decades past. ReMIND is also offering Halloween fans the chance to step into the magazine’s pages by contributing photos of themselves in costume that may appear in the issue.

“As the premiere entertainment nostalgia publication on newsstands today, ReMIND is the perfect home for this loving tribute to John Carpenter’s Halloween and the films that followed,” says guest editor Justin Beahm. “I am proud to have this seasoned lineup of contributors delving into the franchise, delivering new insight with unique personal perspectives gleaned from their diverse roles in horror entertainment. By Halloween fans, for Halloween fans, this collectible issue of ReMIND is truly something special and not to be missed.”

The special Halloween Edition of ReMIND is available for pre-order on and will be available at retail beginning September 28th."


KANDISHA Trailer: "It’s summer break and best friends Amélie, Bintou and Morjana hang together with other neighborhood teens. Nightly, they have fun sharing scary stories and urban legends. But when Amélie is assaulted by her ex, she remembers the story of Kandisha, a powerful and vengeful demon. Afraid and upset, Amélie summons her. The next day, her ex is found dead. The legend is true and now Kandisha is on a killing spree— and it’s up to the three girls to break the curse.

Directed by Inside and Livid duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo. Starring Mathilde Lamusse, Samarcande Saadi and Suzy Bemba.

A stylish and gory take on the Morrocan folk legend of the vengeful female demon Aicha Kandicha set against the scene of modern-day Paris, Kandisha is the latest brutal feature from the filmmaking team at the forefront of the wave of New French Extremity cinema."

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TUJUH BIDADARI aka SEVEN ANGELS: "Film Regions International (FRI) has announced that it has secured U.S. distribution rights on the Indonesian horror film “Tujuh Bidadari” (English Title: “Seven Angels”) which will be available on certain VOD platforms. This is the second horror film out of Indonesia that FRI has licensed on VOD after last year’s zombie apocalypse film “Zeta”. FRI co-chairman and chief executive officer John R. Blythe commented that “there is audience in America that appreciates foreign horror films, specifically from Asia and many we have looked at, including this one, are of high production quality.”

“Tujuh Bidadari” had been distributed in 2019 in select Asian territories, while FRI had licensed video-on-demand rights in other English-speaking territories. The film was directed and co-written by Muhammad Yusuf about an all-girl band from Indonesia known as the Seven Angels that travel to Australia only to be unwittingly lured as human sacrifices to bring back an ancient demon. The film was shot at the legendary and supposedly haunted Aradale Lunatic Asylum in Victoria Australia.

“Tujuh Bidadari” is scheduled to hit Vimeo on Demand on July 16th with other VOD platforms to follow in the future."

To watch the trailer and pre-order the movie (or watch it starting on July 16th), visit: