One indie flick we've had our eye on for a while now, Closed for the Season, is getting set to hit you in every digital way imaginable (with the exception of Blu-ray), and we've got the details of what to expect when it gets here. Plus we get to run that truly bitchin' poster art!
More indie DVD news has come our way, and as always we're here to share. If not we'd be bastards. Bastards with a lot of news, but bastards nonetheless. Read on for the first details on Paranoia.
One indie film we've had our eyes on for a while is finally getting ready to make its home video debut, and we've got the goods on what to expect when Wisconsin Project X makes its way to your house.
We fondly remember playing "house" as kids although our house was filled with demons, murderers, monsters, and of course victims. Actually that's not exactly too far off from Maya Entertainment's Playing House, which drops onto DVD in a couple of weeks.
With Fall Down Dead hitting stores next week from Image Entertainment, we figured we ought to seek out an exclusive clip to bring you a sampling of the mayhem to come! From the Press Release
Undoubtedly viewed by many to be the ultimate in haunted hospital stories, Lars Von Trier’s groundbreaking miniseries "The Kingdom" (later remade for US audiences as "Kingdom Hospital") will be landing on UK DVD shelves, in its complete full-length broadcast format for the first time, on July 4th courtesy of Second Sight. Synopsis:
There’s great news in store for all fans of cult director Larry (The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Dark and Stormy Night) Blamire’s sublime sci-fi/horror parodies as 4 Digital Media have announced they will be unleashing the ridiculously endearing Trail of the Screaming Forehead to the UK DVD market for the first time on June 14th. Check out the brow-furrowing trailer below!
Two questions: Do you like westerns? Do you like zombies? If you answered “Yes!” to both, or even just the second, of those queries, then you’ll be hankerin’ to check out Cowboys and Zombies – soon to be moseyin’ onto DVD in the UK on August 1st courtesy of Left Films. Dig on more info and the trailer right here!
Been jonesing for a new splatter-filled puppet flick ever since Meet the Feebles? Filmmaker Dustin Mills may have the fix you've been waiting for. The Puppet Monster Massacre will begin spilling felt all over DVD shelves this July.
Director Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on June 28th from 20th Century Fox, and in honor of the occasion they've released a new trailer geared specifically toward the home video release. Dig it!
Were you one of the thirty people across the country (counting our own Foywonder) who actually went to see Dylan Dog: Dead of Night during its theatrical run? Well done. You deserve a cinematic purple heart. So the question beckons: How will it fare on home video? We'll find out soon enough.
You want cool? We've got cool. Dark Sky Films, Bloody Disgusting, and Dread Central have come together to bring fans the new thriller from one of the most famous names in horror! In Los Angeles? Planning to be in LA later this month? This is one event you do not want to miss as the abovementioned trio is proud to present the U.S. premiere of Wake Wood, a Hammer Films Production.
Technophobes the world over are proven right in Richard Clabaugh’s futuristic sci-fi/horror/action flick Eyeborgs, and UK audiences will get to see just how right they are later this month when the film hits DVD courtesy of Momentum Pictures. In the meantime check out the full release details and trailer!
After one of the single most profitable theatrical runs ever, James Wan's supernatural spooker Insidious is on its way to haunt your home in a few weeks and we've got a proper look at the artwork for you.
Of all the Saturday morning cartoons from my earliest youth I never thought would see the light of day on DVD, Drak Pack is very near the top of that list. Yet, here comes the animated superheroic antics of a vampire, Frankenstein’s monster, and a werewolf flying around in an amphibious car called The Drakster to DVD.