Finally after what seems like too long, Adam Green's popular slasher flick Hatchet is making the jump to Blu-ray high definition, and we've got the lowdown on everything that you need to know!
Rob Stefaniuk's new rocker heavy vampire comedy Suck is getting itself a Blu-ray and DVD release come this September, and we've got all the details that you can sink your teeth into.
Christina Ricci. Naked. Now those are selling points, my friends, and you'll get them along with a whole lot of spooky when Anchor Bay releases its latest thriller After.Life onto Blu-ray and DVD this coming August 3rd. To get you geared up, we got our hands on the official home video trailer for you to dig on!
On September 7th Warner Home Video will release the fifth season of "Supernatural", starring Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, onto DVD and Blu-Ray, and we've got an early look at what to expect! Season Synopsis
From the plethora of home video releases we got last week, June 22nd sees a much smaller batch -- only seven titles in all -- and undoubtedly the pick of the week is Shout! Factory's stellar re-packaging of Death Race 2000.
Along with Fox's Blu-ray release of the Alien box set and Universal's Blu-ray release of Psycho, there's only one other Blu-ray release this year that has our blood boiling like holy water on the skin of a demon - Warner Brothers' Blu-ray edition of The Exorcist. We've got all the details for what is to be the mother of all Exorcist releases!
"I WARNED YOU NOT TO GO OUT TONIGHT!" Those of us thirty-somethings out there who are horror fans still have those words ringing in our ears from the numerous TV and radio spots for the now classic slasher flick Maniac. And now Blue Underground is gearing up to bring those chills to high definition!
We've waited patiently to get our first glimpse of the cover art for Universal's Blu-ray release of the Hitchcock classic Psycho, and finally it's here ... and it's sexy!
DVD Releases: 6/15/2010: When The Horseman Meets The Stepfather, Feel the Supernatural Terror Inside
It's a good week for Blu-ray player owners as a batch of old favorites is being re-released on the format including Darkman, The Stepfather (the original), Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, and our pick of the week, Supernatural: The Complete First Season.
Words cannot express how happy we are to report this tasty nugget of news. The original Rod Serling classic television show "The Twilight Zone" is readying itself for its Blu-ray debut on September 14th courtesy of Image Entertainment -- our new favorite distributor!
This week's DVD and Blu-ray releases are definitely on the slim side, but there are still a few gems worth your attention, including a National Geographic documentary that explores centuries of vampire lore and legend, unearthing new science and insights on superstition and psychology ... all with nary a sparkle in sight!
Season One of "The Vampire Diaries" is officially over, and if you're someone who dismissed it as just another teen angst vamp lite offering (trust us, it isn't), August 31st will be your chance to see if you were right or not as that's the day Warner Home Video is releasing the Blu-ray and DVD box sets.
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island hits DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD next Tuesday, June 8th, and in honor of the occasion Paramount Home Entertainment has released two new Blu-ray bonus clips along with a Psychological Assessment Test.
There are not many movies opening in theaters this summer that I find myself anticipating. I feel the same way about the DVD market. On the other hand, as a lifelong fan of old school Japanese giant monster movies, the July 27th DVD release of Tomoo Haraguchi's Death Kappa can't come fast enough for me.
In anticipation of the home video release of The Wolfman, Dread Central, in association with Universal, has put together a contest to keep you howling! Get ready for the Grand Finale of our Three Weeks of the Wolfman Contest!