Zombies, soldiers, robots, and Dolph Lundgren. Really, does anything else have to be said to grab your attention? We didn't think so. In any event here are two new Battle of the Damned clips.
Here ya go, kids! An exclusive Blu-ray clip from one of the Scream Factory's more popular double feature packages, Visiting Hours and Bad Dreams. Check it out and get your order in for this one PRONTO!
The new spooker from Vincenzo Natali, entitled Haunter (review) and starring Abigail Breslin, is hitting home video tomorrow, but right now we have an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray for ya! Dig it!
The lovable loonies at Drafthouse Films are doing a great job of bringing some really obscure little titles to a new generation of viewers. Next up for them - the DVD and Blu-ray releases of The Visitor and Ms. 45. Read on for details.
Much like The Burning, The Final Terror is one of those early Eighties slasher-in-the-woods flicks that may actually be more noteworthy because of how many members of its young cast would go on to greater stardom.
Go ahead... go on your hike! Spend some time in the middle of nowhere dealing with ancient evil forces whose territory you have absolutely no business being in. We'll be sitting here, popcorn in hand, cackling at your inevitable demise!
This summer Scream Factory will be releasing special editions of Final Exam, Evilspeak, Nosferatu (1979), Sleepaway Camp, Ravenous, Dog Soldiers, Hellhole, Deadly Eyes, Ginger Snaps, and Phantom of the Paradise. Will you still have room in your Blu-ray budget for Lake Placid?
A road trip takes a turn for the deadly in Jeremy Lovering's debut film In Fear (review), which is headed home this March, and right now we have a look at the home video artwork for you!
IFC Midnight has released some high resolution images (some new, some old) for Joe Begos' Almost Human (review), and because we feel that this is a film that NEEDS to be on your radar, we have 'em for you here.
The headline says it all. Expect more and more classic Godzilla titles to find their way to Blu-ray in the coming months as the May release of the big budget American reboot approaches.
Right now Riddick (Blu-ray review) is number one on the home video charts, and you know what that means... Sequel talk! Such is the case today, and star Vin Diesel was so excited by the news, he decided to start dancing! But wait! There's more!
After scooping up acclaim at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, writer/director Jeremy Lovering's debut film In Fear (review) is finally headed home and into limited theaters this March. While you wait, check out a spooky new trailer for the car invasion flick!
Troma's Return to Nuke 'Em High: Vol. 1 will soon be bringing its special blend of gore and lunacy into your home via Blu-ray and DVD, so get on your Tyvek suits because we're about to tell you what to expect once it gets here.
In a movie filled with zombies, soldiers, robots, and Dolph Lundgren, sooner or later you're gonna have to choose a side. Who will you be rooting for? As for us? We'll take any side that is pro-Dolph. That's where the smart money is! Anyway... here's a new Battle of the Damned clip.
The official Blu-ray artwork for Dog Soldiers has just premiered via the Scream Factory Facebook page and we have it for you right here. Oh yeah... in case you're wondering... it's pretty badass!