And more goods are coming in as the December 4th Blu-ray/DVD release date of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse draws ever closer. We have a clip from the Robert Pattinson/Kristen Stewart commentary during which they discuss the notorious "tent scene" as well as a couple of extended scenes: “Someone’s Creating an Army” and “From Now on I’m Switzerland”.
Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the January 4, 2011, DVD release of directors Mitchell Reichler and Brian Michael Finn’s Let Me Die Quietly. Starring Charles Casillo and Dana Perry, the film follows a broken-down alcoholic who's haunted by psychic visions of murder victims. Synopsis:
In July of 1979 Italian director Antonello Giallo completed work on his debut feature. Shortly after the film's premiere, he was brought up by the Italian government on 17 charges of indecency, and all copies of the film were presumed destroyed...until now! Dire Wit Films is proud to present Pleasures of the Damned digitally remastered and uncut. Synopsis:
One film that's been on our radar for quite some time is Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre so we're glad to report it now has official distribution. Media Blasters has acquired the North American rights to the film and will release it on DVD, VOD, and Blu-ray in 2011. From the Press Release:
More home video news coming in today. Two flicks we've been talking about for ages, Stag Night and Psych: 9, will finally be coming home to haunt our houses. From the Press Release:
Oh, Synapse Films. You are officially our hero of the week! Coffin Joe's latest tale of terror on Blu-ray? We love you. We just love you. Get excited, folks! If you're not familiar with the insanity of the Coffin Joe flicks, you're in for a real treat!
The shopping season starts early if you have a gamer who is also a horror fan on your chopping list. On Tuesday, Namco will release the much anticipated Splatterhouse on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.
And the horror releases are already starting to mount up for 2011 and let's just hope there's more to go through than the late loaded year that was 2010.
Not familiar with the final scene of horror spoof Vampires Suck? No matter, just grab your Snuggie and join the 100+ Snuggie-clad dancers who will be doing the Hustle in honor of the film's Blu-ray/DVD release at Madame Tussauds on Hollywood Boulevard next Tuesday, November 30th! Here are the details:
Just after the holidays, on December 28th to be exact, MTI will be releasing A.D. Calvo's supernatural tale The Haunting of Amelia (a.k.a.The Other Side of the Tracks) onto DVD, and we've got a quick look at the cover art for ya! Chad Lindberg, Brendan Fehr, Tania Raymonde, Natassia Malthe and Beatrice Rosen star. Dig on the goods below. Synopsis
One of this year's better remakes will hopefully be one of next year's best Blu-rays and DVDs. Matt Reeves' Let Me In will be coming home next February and we've got the 411 right here for ya! From the Press Release
We're just a few days away from the December 4th release of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse DVD and Blu-ray packages, and to help build the enthusiasm even more (as if such a thing is possible), Summit has released a sneak peek of "Bella and the Wolf". In this bonus feature the visual effects team shows how they created an intimate moment between Bella and Jacob in wolf form.
An interesting development is taking place this year with regard to the "Black Friday" shopping experience. In many instances it's expanded and will be taking place on days other than just the Friday after Thanksgiving. Case in point: Fox Connect is holding a Black Friday Blu-ray/DVD sale from November 22nd to December 5th.
In 2010 Shout! Factory delivered us stellar editions of some truly classic Roger Corman films. The best part? They have no signs of slowing down in 2011! That's right, kids, five more flicks are on the way on January 18th that are bound to bring a smile to your horror-loving face! From the Press Release
Rest your wallets, folks, there are hardly any new major horror releases this week. Instead we're getting mostly re-released Blu-ray and 3D Blu-rays. Really the only thing that's piquing our curiosity is RoboGeisha!