The next step in a totally immersive movie-watching experience is available now as owners of the new Terminator: Salvation Blu-ray are able to participate in the first-ever audio-enabled Live Community Screening (LCS) on Saturday, December 5th, 2009.
Horror fans across the UK, rejoice! A brand new release of Dario Argento’s classic supernatural masterpiece Suspiria will be hitting shelves across the pond on DVD and Blu-ray this January, courtesy of the folks at Nouveaux Pictures/Cine-Excess.
One of our favorite flicks of the year, Ti West's retro thriller The House of the Devil, is finally coming home on DVD and Blu-ray early next year, and we've got the artwork and specs to help further whet your appetites.
Oh, happy day! Imagine if you will the Ray Harryhausen epic in eye-popping 1080p high definition viewing! Medusa! The Kraken! Burgess Meredith's Beard! All in stunning detail!
A new month; a new batch of DVDs and Blu-rays to consider. We've used the phrase "mixed bag" a few times before this year, but never has it been more apropos than with regard to those discs that are being released on December 1st, 2009!
Rumblings of some really good news have begun which may end in the goodness that will be seeing the original Rod Serling driven television hit "The Twilight Zone" hitting high definition!
Yes, Whiteout was met with a rather chilly reception at the box office when some really bad word-of-mouth concerning ... well ... everything about it ... started spilling out of the handful of theatre-goers that bit the bullet and went to see it. But did it get a fair shake? Now that the movie's hitting DVD and Blu-ray, you'll get your chance to find out.
Blue Underground is releasing yet another vintage film on Blu-ray! This one is filled with lots of vampires, lesbians, gore, ... and oh yeah, lesbians! Man, how we love lesbians.
A double dose of Cabin Fever news for you today! Lionsgate has just released the specs and art on Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever and word has broken that the original film will be hitting Blu-ray early next year. Gettin' itchy yet?
A handful of this week's releases came out a day early -- on the 23rd instead of the 24th -- but even so, there aren't a lot of familiar names to choose from. The picks of the week are two Blu-rays: My Bloody Valentine (Special Edition) and The Monster Squad (20th Anniversary Edition). If you don't have the tech yet for those, then read on for what you might want to put on your shopping list.
So you've bitten the bullet and purchased a Blu-ray player, but now you're left with some of your favorite movies on DVD and can't really afford to buy new copies of all of them. Warner Home Video feels your pain and has set up a special website where you can upgrade up to 25 of your discs for $7.95 or $9.95 per exchange with free shipping on orders of more than $25.00.
The first word on the home video release of the sci-fi / horror spooker Pandorum slithered out online over the weekend as Anchor Bay has given the skinny on this upcoming release.
Along with its star Megan Fox and its distributor 20th Century Fox, Jennifer's Body can add another "fox" to its stable: something called FoxPop, which enables viewers of select DVDs and Blu-rays to use their iPhone or computer to create a personalized, social, and interactive entertainment experience.
Information on when you can get your hands on two kind of underwhelming flicks that should have been a lot better dropped today. Zombie's psychobilly freak-out Halloween II and Tommy Wirkola's all too quirky zombie opus Dead Snow are both on their way!
You know it's a slow DVD release week when two of the offerings are a couple of rather obscure films whose main selling points are that they star folks from The Twilight Saga. And speaking of Twilight, if you can look at the new cover art for the Near Dark Blu-ray without thinking of those sparkly vamps, then you're one of the lucky ones.