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Let Me In Coming Home to Blu-ray and DVD in February

One of this year's better remakes will hopefully be one of next year's best Blu-rays and DVDs. Matt Reeves' Let Me In will be coming home next February and we've got the 411 right here for ya! From the Press Release

Anchor Bay Officially Announces Both I Spit on Your Grave Films for Blu-ray

Come this February Anchor Bay is going to be doing a lot of spitting on Blu-ray as both the original Day of the Woman / I Spit on Your Grave and Steven Monroe's remake will be hitting stores on the same day with a whole lot of ass on their respective covers. From the Press Release

Motion Picture Purgatory: I Spit on Your Grave (Remake)

While we wait for Steven R. Monroe's unrated I Spit on Your Grave remake to hit home video, Trembles has weighed in with his take on the flick following its limited theatrical release.

Anchor Bay Scores Distro Rights for The Howling: Reborn

The Howling franchise has been around for what seems like forever. Yes, the sequels have been known to fly completely off of the rails sometimes, but hey, they're as tenacious as The Children of the Corn flicks! We're hoping this latest flick gets things back on track. We'll find out soon enough too as The Howling: Reborn has just scored itself some distro!

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of Altitude on Blu-ray

Horror soars to new heights in Anchor Bay's latest fright flick Altitude and we've got a chance for you to get your hands on the flick in all of its high definition glory!

Cowan, Gabriel (Growth)

We’ve seen a few different musicians take their turn as directors in the horror genre including Rob Zombie and Dee Snider. Well, it’s time to make room for a relative newcomer to our beloved genre - Gabriel Cowan. Cowan, who enjoyed a successful career as a musician, is now making his mark in the industry with his recently released body horror flick, Growth.

Butler, Sarah (I Spit on Your Grave)

Dread caught up with Sarah Butler, star of Cinetel Film’s controversial I Spit on Your Grave, a week before the film’s September 29th Hollywood premiere (see our coverage of that here) to chat with her regarding her courageous turn as the survivor of a filmic, yet altogether brutal, gang-rape and the repercussions that follow.

Exclusive Clip - Altitude: Make Sure You Have a Parachute!

We just got an exclusive new clip from Kaare Andrews' upcoming creature in the sky tale Altitude for you to hang on to during your free fall into horror!Dig it! From the Press Release

Screamfest 2010: Altitude Premiere Coverage!

On Sunday, October 10th, Screamfest LA hosted the premiere of sci-fi thriller Altitude, which is being released later this month DTV by Anchor Bay. On hand for the event was director Kaare Andrews, who was not only celebrating the premiere of Altitude but the debut of his first full-length feature as well.

Trailer Debut - Anchor Bay's And Soon the Darkness Remake

Finally the trailer for the remake of Robert Fuest's Seventies Australian thriller And Soon the Darkness has debuted, and we have it right here for you to enjoy brimming with eye candy of the Amber Heard and Odette Yustman variety!

Exclusive: Sarah Butler Talks I Spit on Your Grave

Dread caught up with Sarah Butler, star of Cinetel Film’s controversial I Spit on Your Grave, a week before the film’s September 29th Hollywood premiere (see our coverage of that here) to chat with her regarding her courageous turn as the survivor of a filmic, yet altogether brutal, gang-rape and the repercussions that follow.

I Spit on Your Grave CENTRAL

Support Unrated Horror! This weekend sees the limited release of Steven R. Monroe's unrated remake of I Spit on Your Grave. While there are fewer theaters showing this film than last weekend's Hatchet II, it is still important to show your support. If it's not showing where you live, buy a ticket for a friend in a city where it is!

New NSFW Red Band Trailer - I Spit on Your Grave

In anticipation for this weekend's limited theatrical release of Steven R. Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave, the good folks at Anchor Bay have released yet another bit of red band goodness that is totally not safe for work! Dig it!