Ever since watching "The Benny Hill Show" as a youngster, I knew right away that things across the pond tend to be a little saucier than they are here in the States. Take this latest viral video for The Last Exorcism's UK home video release for instance!
Each year the acclaimed nude celebrity website Mr. Skin releases its top 10 nude scenes of the year list, and horror is riding high on the 2010 edition! That's right, the number one nude scene of the year has gone to Kelly Brook and Riley Steele in Piranha 3D for their swim of seduction. Come on! 3D lesbo action with two hot chicks wearing nothing but flippers? How could it lose?
The animated terrors of Dead Space: Aftermath are now on display for all to see with this trailer debut! Think you have what it takes to try your hand at strategic dismemberment? Think again! From the Press Release
In conjunction with the release of the original Dead Space, Anchor Bay released a prequel to the game in the form of Dead Space: Downfall. Far more than just the expected marketing tool, Downfall was extremely badass in every way. Can lightning strike twice? From the Press Release
You never close your eyes anymore when I pierce your ... Ahem, sorry, excuse me. That headline carried me away in a most righteous manner. Anyway, here are two new US trailers for the foreign import Amer that we know you guys are going to dig!
It's coming. A movie with a premise so ridiculous it begs to be seen! That's right, potential victims! Roger Corman's evil Sharktopus is headed your way on DVD and Blu-ray! From the Press Release
This week is the lightest in recent memory with only four (barely) notable horror releases. Synapse Films' 100th release, Robert Young’s classic Vampire Circus, will be gracing our screens and so will Dear Mr. Gacy, the adaptation of The Last Victim, the memoirs of Jason Moss, who corresponded with serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Read on to see what the other two are.
Arrow Video isn't content with releasing a modern genre classic with just excellent picture and sound. Nope. They're one of the few companies left standing that seek to appease the die hard collector on a consistent basis, and we absolutely love them for it. And their Battle Royale collector's edition looks like it's their most ambitious offering yet.
We announced Severin's release of the 1989 Alejandro Jodorowsky's Santa Sangre a while back, and now lo and behold, we have the full specs for this upcoming must-have package! From the Press Release
Wes Craven's My Soul to Take both infuriated and infatuated horror fans and critics alike. There are some folks out there who consider it to be brilliant in its own unique way, and others who would rather stick needles in their eyes than ever watch it again. Come February you're going to get a chance to decide which camp you're in.
Deon Taylor's fall offering Chain Letter got swallowed up by the pack of box office horror heavyweights so it was fairly easy to miss in theatres. That's okay, though, as Image Entertainment will be bringing the murderous little flick home to DVD and Blu-ray in a couple of months. From the Press Release
DVD release news for the new giallo-esque flick Amer has finally come for us here in the States, and the wait for this little art-housey thriller isn't going to be anywhere near as long as we thought it would be.
Say what you want about Lionsgate's Saw franchise; there's just no denying its popularity and influence on the horror genre today, and its big curtain call is getting ready to hit home video really soon! From the Press Release
Well, this is curious. Despite a one-sheet that teased a spring theatrical release for Hammer's Hilary Swank horror vehicle, The Resident, Image Entertainment has announced a March 29th, 2011m Blu-ray/DVD release date for the Antti Jokinen-directed thriller.
It is a very light week for horror DVDs with a few re-releases on Blu-ray of newer classics, starting with the "New Flesh" that is Videodrome as well as Guillermo del Toro's Cronos.