Frankenstein is all the rage these days (Frankenstein’s Army; I, Frankenstein; et al), but thanks to the tireless stalwarts working behind the scenes, the classics will not stay dead.
The ultimate and award-winning retrospective on the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, Never Sleep Again (review), is getting ready to hit Blu-ray this January; and if you've never seen it or just want to see it in hi-def, here's the chance you've been waiting for!
This past summer the Foywonder shared the news that The Asylum was bringing us 13/13/13, and since it's now available on Blu-ray/DVD, we thought we'd show you the flick's artwork and trailer.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the Japanese animated classic Akira, which is being celebrated in a big way by Funimation. Their 25th Anniversary Blu-ray release of the film just dropped yesterday, and we're happy to report that it includes the original English dubs, rather than the new dubs that have appeared on previous releases.
Kevin Sorbo demonstrates that Hercules truly does go where we wishes with his twisted serial killer role in Julia X, set to seduce and slash its way into your home on DVD and Blu-ray 3D come January 27, 2014, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.
UK residents that missed the theatrical run will soon be able to take another spook-filled journey into The Further, as distributor Entertainment One has announced that the sequel to James Wan's smash hit Insidious will be making its way to DVD and Blu-ray across the country on January 6, 2014.
Did you miss Riddick when it was released back in September? If so, for shame! You need to fix that wrong like right now, and thankfully your opportunity is coming as the flick is heading home.
It's kind of funny that out of all the millions of movies available on DVD and Blu-ray, the horror comedy This Is the End ended up being the final title rented at Blockbuster Video before officially closing its doors.
Monday blues have you down? Then maybe scoring a copy of The World's End, the third film in the so-called "Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy" that began with Shaun of the Dead and continued with Hot Fuzz, can put some spring in your step!
The Conjuring exploded in theatres for a good reason... it's pretty friggin' awesome. It's been reported that a Conjuring sequel is on its way, as well as The Annabelle Story from The Conjuring’s director of photography, John R. Leonetti, but wait! There's more!
The above headline may sound like a bad thing, but it's actually a really good thing. Because we're talking about the movie Prisoners (review), September's masterpiece from Denis Villeneuve that captured the top spot at the box office. The flick heads home December 17th, and you'll find the cover art right here!
After her incredible performance in Excision, I'm completely on board for any and all horror flicks that include AnnaLynne McCord in their cast. Up next for the actress is Scorned, which hits home video next year. Read on for the scoop!
Seven long years after premiering at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane was finally given an On Demand release in September of this year as well as a limited theatrical release here in the States last month. Now, the highly acclaimed flick is at long last headed home. Read on for details!
Code Red Seeing Blu with Shakma, Neon Maniacs, Andy Milligan Titles, and Director's Cut of Sweet Sixteen
Code Red has been going “code blue” of late, releasing the likes of Nail Gun Massacre and Just Before Dawn on Blu-ray. We now know of seven more forthcoming Blu horror titles from the 70s, 80s, and 90s they have in the works to further empty your wallets in the coming year.
Three truly obscure titles are getting set to hit Blu-ray for the first and very limited time. That's right, kids! Jeff Lieberman's hillbilly slasher Just Before Dawn is on its way along with Fulci's Voices From Beyond and Umberto Lenzi's Nightmare City!