Revenge Wednesday Jam ~ 'Llorando'



Yo estaba bien por un tiempo
volviendo a sonreir
luego anoche te vi
tu mano me toco
y el saludo de tu voz
te hable muy bien y tu
sin saber
que he estado llorando por tu amor
llorando por tu amor


David Lynch's Mulholland Drive is one of my favorite films. Jay Brannan is one of my favorite singer/songwriters. But when you combine the two? Watch my face melt off with happiness. In my mind, the pivotal scene in Mulholland Drive has always been the one featuring singer Rebekah del Rio as she sings "Llorando," and teaches Naomi Waats and Laura Harring that reality is nothing more than an illusion. This scene at the Club Silencio never ceases to move me, in part because of del Rio's performance. So Jay Brannan's equally moving cover of del Rio's cover of Roy Orbison's song (that's a hell of a chain, I'm aware) is my new favorite thing.

Watch both versions of the song below!


Honey Buzz ~ Into the Woods, or How to Piss Off the Revenge Honey

Okay, kids. Today is MY day and I'm taking some time to unload about something. Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods is one of my favorite musicals of all time. When it was announced in 2010 that Disney was adapting the stage show into a film, I was actually not that excited. I (rightfully) assumed that the twisted take on the world of Grimm would be heavily sanitized to capitalize on the big money of the family film industry. When the initial trailer for Into the Woods was released two months ago, imagine my surprise when there was no, you know, SINGING. Which makes perfect frigging sense given IT'S A MUSICAL!


But this is the least of my worries now. Sondheim himself admitted that most of the darker elements of the play had been removed, which means some of the best songs are probably missing as well. But now, thanks to an Entertainment Weekly cover shoot, the biggest problem of all has finally revealed itself...

Director Rob Marshall doesn't know what the fuck he's doing.

The Horseman Comes, and Tonight He Comes for You...

A Hexmas Traditions Review by Revenge Honey Linnie

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

I'm not sure there is anything more heartbreaking than realizing you haven't truly loved a film created by your favorite director in fifteen years. Like most oddballs my age, my love affair with Tim Burton began with PeeWee's Big Adventure, a film I saw at three-years-old and which lead to me saying, "I'm a loner, Dottie. A rebel," daily to a very confused pre-school teacher. From there, it was Beetlejuice, the first two Batman films, and forcing my dad to rent me Edward Scissorhands over and over again even though I wept uncontrollably every time. I saw Ed Wood before I knew who the real Ed Wood was, but thanks to Burton, I became a certified Plan 9 fangirl. Our (admittedly one-sided) relationship was as rosy as a relationship could be. But then... 2001 happened. 

Planet of the Apes happened.

Honey Buzz ~ Teaser Trailer for Insidious Chapter 3

Yesterday, we shared some set photos from Insidious Chapter 3, and today a teaser trailer has been released. Teasing what, you might ask? Teasing that the official trailer will be launched tomorrow, via the film's Facebook page...


Honey Buzz ~ 'Late Phases' Poster release

Here at thehorrorhoneys.com, we have a passion for indie horror, especially indie horror from other countries, and even more especially indie foreign horror that features one of our Honey Crushes... 

Take a peek at the new poster, and watch this space for more updates when they're available! 


Crescent Bay is not the ideal place to spend one's golden years, especially since the once-idyllic retirement community has been beset by a series of deadly animal attacks from the ominous forest surrounding it. When grizzled war veteran Ambrose McKinley (Nick Damici) is forced into moving there by his yuppie son Will (Ethan Embry), the residents immediately take offense to Ambrose's abrasive personality.  But that take-no-prisoners attitude may be just what Ambrose needs to survive as it becomes clear that the attacks are being caused by creatures that are neither animal nor man, and that the tight-knit community of Crescent Bay is hiding something truly sinister in its midst... 
Following the release of Here Comes The Devil, as well as his scene-stealing segment "B is For Bigfoot" in the horror anthology The ABCs of Death, Adriån Garcîa Bogliano cements his status as one of the top horror filmmakers coming out of Spain with LATE PHASES.  In a bookend of sorts to his performance in the cult hit Stake Land, Nick Damici commands the screen here, coming on the heels of last year's Sundance vigilante thriller Cold In July and the critically acclaimed cannibal drama, We Are What We Are.

Honey Buzz ~ Coming soon: NOSFERATU

I first heard about Nosferatu via the amazing Doug Jones as he posted some makeup test teasers on his Instagram. But what is NosferatuA remix of the original vampire film? A throwback to one of the most important horror films of all time? A reboot? The possibilities were endless, and I'm officially hooked.

Horror TV Jam ~ 'Seven Devils'



Holy water cannot help you now
Thousand armies couldn't keep me out
I don't want your money
I don't want your crown
See I've come to burn your kingdom down


HBO's Game of Thrones doesn't necessarily seem like the place where you'd find the music of a modern rock goddess, but Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine doesn't necessarily seem like she belongs in this world either. With her mane of fire-red hair and dangerously sharp cheekbones and voice like an enchantress summoning dragons, it's not all that surprising that her oddly appropriate song "Seven Devils" was chosen to play over the Season 2 Game of Thrones teaser trailer. So light some candles, fire up "Seven Devils," and pick your kingdom...


Sleepy Hollow ~ Season 2, Episode 5 ~ "The Weeping Lady"

A Horror TV Honey Episode Review by Lisa

Keeping up the wonderful supernatural fighting chemistry from last week, Abbie and Ichabod find themselves faced with a real urban legend. The Weeping Lady is a woman scorned and she seems to be specifically focused on the ladies that Ichabod holds close to his heart.

I loved seeing Ichabod get his, now signature, clothing. Miss Caroline is so impressed with his devotion to colonial re-enactment that she gives him freshly churned butter before trying to seduce him. Unfortunately, her advances are rebuffed for Ichabod is a married man. Poor thing: she is so flustered that she is not even interested in the selection of delicacies from the far east that Abbie has with her.

While we're on the topic of misplaced emotions, Abraham is no dummy and he knows that Katrina is not being as faithful as he would hope. No, that witch definitely has something up her sleeve, but who will be the focus of her betrayal? I'm not totally buying her devotion to Ichabod, especially after the laundry list of things that she has kept from him.