With the UK version of "Being Human" already getting into its fourth season, we've got your chance to win the truly stellar Season Three on Blu-ray high definition! Pretty nifty, eh?
Image Entertainment has come a really long way. Within the last few years they have climbed to the top of the quality DVD and Blu-ray mountain with stellar releases of "The Twilight Zone" and much more. Now it appears as if the best is yet to come! As per Variety:
Ever wondered what a low budget remake of Predator might be like if you swapped out the alien big game hunter with a robotic super soldier gone berserk and replaced Arnold Schwazenegger with TV "Hercules" Kevin Sorbo? Your wonder becomes reality when Flesh Wounds rips its way onto DVD this July.
An arrogant teenager is bewitched by an Olson Twin to spend the rest of his life looking like a chemo patient at a henna tattoo convention unless he can get sexting enthusiast Vanessa Hudgens to fall for in love with his inner beauty. Beastly is Beauty & the Beast for the Twilight set, and soon you'll be able to bring home the movie you didn't see in theaters.
Here at Dread Central we write hundreds if not thousands of news stories per month. We're getting to the point where it's becoming increasingly harder and harder to surprise us. Yet every now and again though it happens. Like now for instance. From the Press Release
Syfy and Korean monsters, machine-gun-toting Japanese schoolgirls, and some re-releases are the topics of this week's horror titles.
It is Mortal Kombat week as the new video game arrives from Warner Bros. Taking advantage of the buzz, the two theatrical films based on the game are being re-released on Blu-ray as well.
With the DVD and Blu-ray release date of next Tuesday, April 26th, for Anchor Bay Entertainment's Dinoshark rapidly approaching, we got our teeth into a new clip, this one focusing on the water polo attack that takes place in the film.
The creators of the hugely successful After Dark Horrorfest series are back with the release of two more new twisted and terrifying original films. Lionsgate debuts After Dark Originals: Seconds Apart and Fertile Ground on DVD, Digital Download, and On Demand this May 24, 2011; and we've got a look at the artwork and DVD extras for both.
We're just a week away from Synapse Films' Blu-ray and DVD release of The Dorm that Dripped Blood completely uncut for the first time ever. For those fans (I'm looking at you, Matt Fini) out there eagerly anticipating this long time coming moment, a new cut-to-uncut comparison has just popped up online for the insanely curious.
With Image Entertainment's Blu-ray and DVD release of The Violent Kind just a few weeks away (it hits store shelves on May 10th), the good folks at Image have released a new trailer for the flick, and of course we have it for you here! Synopsis:
Nothing gives me more joy than rediscovering my favorite films on Blu-ray, which is why I was quite excited for the April 26th bow of Dario Argento's classic giallo Deep Red. Not to worry, it's still coming ... but now we've got to wait a little bit longer. High Def Digest got word that Blue Underground has pushed the release date of Argento's giallo to May 17th, 2011.
Another much talked about horror film is making its way home courtesy of one of the genre's best friends, IFC Midnight, and we have all the details in terms of the whens and the wheres! Dig it! From the Press Release
We've been talking about the Ubaldo Terzani Horror Show for some time now -- through title changes, trailer debuts, and more. So we're very happy to report release info is now available, at least for our Italian readers. The rest of us have to wait just a little longer. From the Press Release:
Following up on an earlier story about the excellent looking teen horror flick Forget Me Not, Dread Central has just learned that the film will be hitting video on demand services a few weeks before it drops on DVD. Look for Forget Me Not on VOD May 3rd and then on DVD May 24th. Dig on some killer new stills, watch the trailer, and pre-order yourself a copy below.