Official Art and Specs: The Twilight Zone Season 2 on Blu-ray and The Twilight Zone Fan Favorites DVD Collection
Oh, Image Entertainment. How quickly we're growing to love thee. The official specs and artwork for both "The Twilight Zone" Season 2 on Blu-ray and "The Twilight Zone" Fan Favorites DVD Collection have come our way along with the artwork so without further ado ...
Sony’s direct-to-video sequel 30 Days of Night: Dark Days is headed to DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th, and while I can’t fully get behind any sequel that tries passing off Nikki from "Lost" as Melissa George, I’m curious to see where this is going to go. And today we’ve got a look at the final, revised cover art for you.
While Jonah Hex didn’t do much to ignite the box office this summer, we definitely didn’t have to wait all that long for a home video release as Warner Brothers has announced a Blu-ray/DVD release for mid-October.
In just a few short weeks, Adam Green's Hatchet will finally be hitting Blu-ray high definition! To celebrate being able to see all the gore in as fine a detail as possible, we have an exclusive clip from the film's all new commentary track for you!
It's finally happening, folks! Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's celebration of gory B-movies, Grindhouse, will be coming home to Blu-ray high definition this fall, complete and with faux trailers intact, and we've got all of the details for you!
While at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, we had a chance to sit down with the folks behind 30 Days of Night: Dark Days - producer J.R. Young, director Ben Katai, and stars Rhys Coiro, Kiele Sanchez, and Diora Baird - and by doing so, we dug up some interesting things about the sequel for you to sink your teeth into. Dig it!
Excited about the original Evil Dead hitting Blu-ray high definition? Well, you should be! Sure this will be the the 18,009th version of the film fans will buy, but at least this one is packing something new. Speaking of which -- how about a sample of Bruce Campbell's new commentary track for the flick to whet your whistle?
Other than Fox's Alien box set our most looked forward to Blu-ray release of the year is without question Warner Brothers' high definition treatment of The Exorcist. The set is just stacked from top to bottom, and if you need any more convincing, then dig on the following trailer.
Though we're all still waiting patiently for "The Twilight Zone" Season 1 to come out on Blu-ray from Image Entertainment on September 14th, word has already broken on when we'll be seeing Season 2 and what we can expect. Oh, joyous day!
It's coming. Or should I say cumming? One cannot help but get a little dirty when it comes (there I go again) to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and now the cult flick is getting ready to strut its stuff in high definition.
Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse" series got a bit jerked around during its run on Fox TV, but its Season Two DVD/Blu-ray release is getting the royal treatment with fans who order from FoxConnect.com and use a special code getting free shipping, a 10% discount, and a copy of the limited edition San Diego Comic-Con lithograph.
A new clip from Anchor Bay's latest thriller, After.Life, which is crashing onto Blu-ray and DVD this coming August 3rd, has surfaced, and we've got the goods for you right here.
As if we're all not thrilled enough at the prospect of the Alien Anthology Blu-ray boxset coming from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment from October 25 internationally and on October 26 in North America, the powers-that-be have released an official trailer and an "Alien Egg Animation Video" featuring the Sideshow Collectibles Alien Egg (aka “The Guardian”).
Now that Mirrors 2 is hitting DVD and Blu-ray via Twentieth Century Fox on October 19th, 2010, the behind-the-scenes goodness has been coming hot and heavy. Today's dosage? Three new images, one totally exclusive! From the Press Release:
You know, as much as I dislike saying this, other than Amityville II: The Possession, the Platinum Dunes version of The Amityville Horror is probably the second best film in the franchise. Although for most part the franchise itself pretty much sucked to begin with so I guess in retrospect that's really not saying very much.