If there's any justice in this universe, Drive Angry will find its audience when it comes home to Blu-ray and DVD in May. Read on for the details.
The first of the Miramax Echo Bridge Entertainment horror releases are set to hit Blu-ray soon, and we couldn't be happier ... Well, actually we could as we're getting a mediocre Part 2 to a storied franchise before we get the classic original.
Meet a true original when 2009 Honorary Oscar® winner and legendary producer/director Roger Corman takes the stage with Julie Corman at Rocket Video in Hollywood, CA, on Wednesday evening, March 23rd, 2011, to sign Blu-rays and DVDs of his latest “creature feature” Sharktopus. The Cormans will also participate in a Q&A with questions from the audience before the signing. WHEN:
Oh, Synapse Films. How we love thee. We could cuddle you in our arms forever. Stroke your hair. Nuzzle you close. You are our sunshine. Our only sunshine. You make us happy ... especially when it comes to delivering some of the most psychotic films out there completely uncut and uncensored! From the Press Release
We're still kind of marveling at the fact that an exorcism flick starring Anthony Hopkins could fall on the mediocre side of the fence, but nevertheless, The Rite is on its way to home video and you can make up your own mind.
Brad Anderson's latest feature, Vanishing on 7th Street (review here), is finally making its way home in May, and we've got the scoop on what to expect once it gets here.
It's a very mixed bag this week for horror title releases. We're not sure how Dread-worthy the supernatural drama Hereafter (directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Matt Damon, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jay Mohr) is but have included it because of its afterlife aspects.
If you just happen to be one of the (we’re sure) many Fulci lovers waiting to get your grubby mitts on Arrow Video’s stupendous new Blu-ray/DVD release of The Beyond, we have an important piece of information for you, as a potential issue has been discovered with some copies that Arrow wish to put right. Read on!
After a completely dry last week, we are treated to the release of "The Walking Dead" Season One Blu-ray/DVD set this week, and boy, does it kick a copious amount of ass.
Well now. Here's a news story I never thought I'd be writing. Fans of controversial filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky will be delighted to know that two more of the director's most bizarre and heavily edited films, The Holy Mountain and El Topo, are heading to Blu-ray!
Though Chris Smith's outstanding Black Death (review here) is available right now on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, VUDU and iTunes and will be heading to limited theaters on March 11th, we've got an early look at the home video packages to infect you.
In honor of the release of Saw: The Final Chapter (or Saw VII or Saw 3D, or whatever the hell people are calling it now) in the UK, a brand new video has surfaced from across the pond in remembrance of Jigsaw and his indirect body count.
Next week Roger Corman's Sharktopus will be chomping its way to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got not one but two new clips from the package for you to check out! From the Press Release
We know that Rubber, the story of Robert, the evil sentient tire, will be getting a limited theatrical run on April 1st via Magnet in the US, but what about our pals in the UK? When will they get to see it? According to Amazon UK it won't be long afterwards as they have the Blu-ray going on sale as of April 11th.
Sure, it's about a month after the initial release of Steven R. Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave, but that doesn't mean all of the revenge-laden fun has to stop there! We've nailed down an exclusive never-before-seen behind-the-scenes look at one of the Blu-ray's special features that didn't make it to the disc. Dig it!