Reviewed by Sean Decker Starring Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lee Pace, Christopher Lee
The home video release of the new flick from Roger Corman, Sharktopus is right around the corner and we have a new behind-the-scenes clip featuring Corman himself to bait you with! From the Press Release
Having been quite well received at the 2010 Film4 Frightfest in London’s Leicester Square (hell, it won the Audience Favourite Award), Josh Reed’s monster mash Primal will be clawing its way onto DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on February 28th courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment. From the Press Release:
Not a very busy week for horror releases on Blu-ray and DVD.
What more could you want than to see a film about a giant killer pig rampaging on your home theatre setup in glorious 1080p? It just seems so right, doesn't it? On April 26th from Magnolia Home Entertainment, that's exactly what you're going to get! Described as "Jaws with a wild boar" look for Jeong-won Shin's Chawz in stores on that date. Synopsis
Image Entertainment will be dropping The Butcher Brothers' splatterific The Violent Kind onto Blu-ray and DVD on May 10th, and we've got the goods on what to expect! Extras will include deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, and the trailer. Synopsis:
No matter how you slice it, the artwork released here in the States for Hammer's The Resident is pretty bland. So how did they fare across the pond? Not much better. Dig on the UK quad one-sheet below courtesy of Empire Online.
Well it was bound to happen. Now that Lionsgate, Studiocanal and Miramax announced that they have entered into a worldwide home entertainment distribution deal, we're going to seeing a lot of releases we've all been waiting for hitting Blu-ray high definition, including the first three entries of a franchise people are screaming over.
Another long time favorite flick is making the jump to Blu-ray high definition, and here's to hoping that its sequel is included as a bonus feature. Well, not really. Screw that movie.
The wait to get our hands on a Blu-ray of Embodiment of Evil (review here) has been nearly unbearable, and unfortunately it's about to last another couple of weeks longer.
Some interesting news came across our desk today regarding one of the greatest horror/exploitation films of the 1980s. If all goes well, horror fans will be reveling in the grimy delights of Basket Case in high definition in the very near future.
We are very giddy this week because a couple of titles that are near and dear to our hearts will be available for you folks to take home.
This Tuesday both the original Day of the Woman / I Spit on Your Grave and Steven Monroe's remake will be hitting stores on Blu-ray. So how do they shape up? We've got the early word on both from our own resident madman, Matt Fini!
Next week both the original Day of the Woman / I Spit on Your Grave and Steven Monroe's remake will be hitting stores on Blu-ray, and we've decided that one lucky winner is getting a copy of each on us!