With its March 29, 2011, Blu-ray/DVD release date locked in, we have all been wondering just when we were going to get a chance to see The Resident in theatres. Along with a slightly revised trailer an answer has come -- February 17th, 2011!
The wait seems endless, but in just a couple of weeks we'll finally have our claws into both Dead Space 2 and the home video beast known as Dead Space: Aftermath. Speaking of the latter, it's time for over a dozen new images! From the Press Release
The almost good alien invasion flick from the Brothers Strause, Skyline, is on its way home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the skinny on what to expect once it gets here! Look for it in stores on March 15th. Synopsis
Argento films on Blu-ray are an unmatched treat for the old ocular organs! The depth! The clarity! Those pretty, pretty colors! Yep, it's a wonderful thing, we tell ya! The latest classic flick to go 1080p? Deep Red! Let the celebration begin! Blue Underground announced today that the Argento slasher classic will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray on May 17th, 2011 (Updated)!
After a boffo week of horror title releases, we are back to slim pickings. Only one title this week is worthy of the amount of attention that we have given it. Hint ... it's home to lots of snapping jaws and more boobs than the Playboy Mansion!
It's been a really long road for Jed Weintrob's Scar 3D. From numerous delays to everything in between, the finish line is finally in sight for all those involved.
Let the strategic dismemberment begin! With Dead Space 2 arriving on store shelves in just a couple of weeks and the animated tie-in Dead Space: Aftermath hitting simultaneously, January 25th should be a gloriously gory day for horror gamers! Dig on the very first clip from Dead Space: Aftermath below, and look for more soon! From the Press Release:
With a March 29, 2011, Blu-ray/DVD release date and a limited theatrical run still looming for The Resident, the Antti Jokinen-directed thriller for Hammer and Image Entertainment, the promo goods are making their way online. How about three new looks at the great Christopher Lee for you?
Next week one of our favorite films of 2010 will be swimming its way to your home on DVD and Blu-ray, and to make sure you see the spectacle that is Piranha we're giving away the DVD!
Let Me In pulled off the near impossible by being one of the better remakes that absolutely no one had any faith in, and now that the flick is hitting both Blu-ray and DVD on February 1st, we've got the skinny on what will be included.
The movie that confused many a horror fan with its absolute absurdity, My Soul to Take, is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD on February 8th, and finally we have a look at the artwork and specs! Extras will include a commentary with director Wes Craven and cast members Max Thieriot, John Magaro and Emily Meade; deleted and extended scenes; an alternate opening; and two alternate endings.
On your way to the store to land yourself a copy of Machete (Blu-ray/DVD review here)? Make sure you grab a can of Lipton Brisk Iced Tea or ... we'll cutchoo mang!
The time has come for Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism (Blu-ray review here) to begin haunting homes all over the country and beyond, and as a means to give the devil his due, we've landed a neat little clip for you guys! From the Press Release:
Whoa, what a way to start the new year! After several weeks of desolate conditions in terms of horror title releases, the floodgate just burst open.
Paramount's Renee Zellweger driven thriller Case 39 drops onto DVD and Blu-ray this week, and to welcome the flick home, we've got a new clip and a contest for you guys to dig on!