Aquatic Nazi zombies abound in high definition. I've waited my whole life to type that sentence. That's right, Dreadheads; Shock Waves is making its way to the land of 1080p, and we'll likely never be the same.
Michael Soavi's classic film StageFright is heading to Blu-ray and DVD in grand fashion from our friends over at Blue Underground, and right now we have a look at the artwork and more for ya! Go ahead! Spice up your Friday!
Not only did the Amando de Ossorio-directed 1971 flick Tombs of the Blind Dead kickstart a boom of Spanish horror films, but it also served as the starting off point for an entire franchise, collectively known as the Blind Dead series.
Full Moon has been steadily beefing up its streaming service, and if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, this latest announcement should persuade you and then some. Read on for details, and get those smart TVs ready!
The wonderful loonies over at Blue Underground have updated their list of theatrical engagements for the re-release of Maniac Cop 2 so check it out to see if you'll be one of the lucky ones who'll witness the massacre on the big screen!
Yes, you read that glorious headline correctly! In anticipation of the Blu-ray releases of Maniac Cop 2 and Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence Blue-Underground is putting the second film in the franchise to theatres!
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the Maniac Cop 2 Blu-ray details, we now have the goods on the final film in the cult favorite trilogy, Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence. You have the right to remain silent and read on!
Blue Underground has released the official details for the upcoming Blu-ray of Maniac Cop 2 (we're still waiting on the skinny pertaining to Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence), and you can check out what to expect right here.
Blue Underground just sent over the specs and artwork for their upcoming release of the hilariously controversial flick Snuff and we've got the skinny! Guess what? There are actually extras this time!
The Maniac Cop will soon be back in blue again - on Blu-ray by way of Blue Underground, that is. Maniac Cop 2 and Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence are coming via the company run by the director of the franchise, William Lustig, so you know he’ll do them justice.
Blue Underground has been absent from the high definition game for over a year now. It's no secret that declining physical media sales have probably played a part in their reduced output, and their return to the Blu-ray arena is something of an odd choice.