This week's DVD and Blu-ray offerings are no longer a cash-sucking onslaught like the last few weeks, which does make it easier for our wallets.
Earlier today we announced the DVD and Blu-ray release of Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism (review here), and while the movie itself is certainly spooky enough, apparently the making of the special features on the disc itself is even scarier.
Every year the After Dark Horrorfest terrifies audiences (or at least tries to) with a crop of indie flicks that would normally never see a theatrical release. Up until now said movies have only been available on DVD, but word has just come they're headed to Blu-ray in special double feature editions this January!
Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism (review here) was a late summer hit with horror fans looking to raise a little hell, and now the flick is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in grand fashion! From the Press Release:
We know what you're thinking: "Lake Placid 3 hits DVD tomorrow. Sure wish there was a way that I could get it, a Ranger shirt and a stuffed crocodile for free!" Well ... now you can!
You know we are nearing the end of October when the pace of horror DVD title releases starts slowing down. I guess the powers that be banked on everyone buying horror DVDs several weeks before Halloween. Is that true? Are you folks doing just that, or are you only now starting your Halloween viewing party planning?
We said it before, and we'll say it again. Piranha 3D was the most fun we had in theatres in years. It was everything we wanted ... violent, sexy, and deliciously sleazy. It was so good in fact that Condit, Debi, and I stayed in the theatre for back-to-back screenings. We just couldn't help ourselves. Now the flick is coming home.
Here at Dread Central we strive to bring you the very best horror content imaginable. But sometimes ... well ... it doesn't exactly work out that way. In any event we got our claws into an exclusive clip from Lake Placid 3 (review here), which hits stores next Tuesday. Dig it! From the Press Release:
The number of home video releases on October 19th is not as abundant as in recent weeks, and fewer re-released titles means those that are available are much more special. In this batch one Adrien Brody flick competes with another, and at least two independent horror titles are making a splash. Two beloved classic films return in Blu-ray where one is supplemented by a documentary treatment of it.
We already knew Vampires Suck: Extended Bite Me Edition is coming from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment on November 30, but now we've got the list of special features and a look at its official cover art. From the Press Release:
Try and contain your excitement, folks! We have four ... count 'em four clips from Lake Placid 3 (review here) to turn you onto. We're hope your nerves can handle it! From the Press Release
The votes have been cast and the ballots counted for tonight come the Second Annual Reaper Awards, a collaboration between Home Media Magazine and Dread Central. For fans who asked for up-to-date coverage, we will be live blogging the awards show right here on this page.
Warner Brothers' supernatural themed western Jonah Hex is on its way home and to prep you for the scarred avenger's arrival we're giving a way a couple of copies of the flick on Blu-ray! Dig it!
We're ecstatic that the release of Robert Galluzzo's long awaited documentary The Psycho Legacy (review here) is right around the corner. It's been a long road for Rob and company, and we couldn't be prouder of them! To celebrate the film's release, we got our claws on an exclusive clip from the doc for ya! Dig it!
The Mann Theatre in Hollywood was the place to be for horror fans this past Friday night, October 8, as Adam Gierasch’s Night of the Demons premiered during the LA Screamfest Horror Film Festival, which is also celebrating its 10th year this month.