Nothing says the Seventies quite like undead bikers terrorizing a small town, and if you've never seen the 1973 classic UK film Psychomania, then you're in luck as come October Severin Films will be releasing a special edition DVD of the flick directed by Don Sharp.
If you were a child of the late Seventies/early Eighties (or have kids of your own), then no doubt you're more than a little familiar with R.L. Stine's series of children's horror fiction novellas known as Goosebumps. If so, Halloween will be coming early for you when two new collections of spooky Goosebumps stories scream onto DVD September 7th from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
One documentary we've been waiting to get to see for a long time is filmmaker Robert Galluzzo's (Rob G to all the cool kids) definitive doc about the Psycho franchise - The Psycho Legacy. And while official DVD details are still forthcoming via Shout! Factory, we did get our hands on the official artwork for this two-DVD set that's coming home on October 19th!
Finally some news has come as to when we'll be able to see Adam Green's survival horror flick Frozen (review here) on DVD and Blu-ray.
See? Two stories in a row about spooky shit that happens in the woods! And this one comes with some DVD details that express why you should spend your time loving concrete instead of hiking hills.
Even though it pretty much failed as a box office experiment we're all pretty big fans of the Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino celebration of gory B Movies that was Grindhouse. And while fans were divided on which movie was better, Planet Terror or Death Proof everyone pretty much agreed on one thing -- the faux trailers between the features were friggin' amazing!
In anticipation of the American home video debut on DVD and iTunes this coming Tuesday, July 6th, of Lawrence Gough's different kind of infected film, Salvage, Revolver Entertainment has unleashed a brand new clip.
Alien vs. Ninja and Mutant Girls Squad Premiere This Weekend and Come to Blu-ray / DVD in Early 2011
Today FUNimation Entertainment announced a partnership with Nikkatsu Corporation, Japan’s oldest film studio. The agreement means that they will get the first look and option on titles premiering on its new genre film label, The Sushi Typhoon.
Bigfoot just won't stop killing. He is one angry hominid. The humongous hairy will be continuing his murderous rampage in two more Sasquatchploitation flicks on the way: Savage and Assault of the Sasquatch. We have an extended synopsis for one and DVD news for the other. Read this article now or else Bigfoot will stomp you next.
All the info you need regarding the latest horror comedy infused import from the UK, Tormented, is here including your first look at the US artwork!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Connie Stevens, Cesar Romero, Dean Jones, Virginia Gregg Directed by William Conrad
Just yesterday we brought you news about The Oxford Murders making its home video debut after a two-year long waiting period, and now we've got the trailer for you. We're good like that.
Everyone loves a good murder mystery. Especially those in which the killer is particularly psychotic. Such is the case with Alex de la Iglesia's thriller The Oxford Murders, which is finally coming to the States after a two-year long wait.
Upon seeing the trailer for Pearry Reginald Teo's film Necromentia, two things became perfectly clear -- one: I hadn't the slightest idea just what the hell was going on, and two: I wanted to see it like yesterday. Thanks to Image Entertainment both of those needs are about to be satisfied!