Oh, Shout! Factory! This has been such a good year for you. A plethora of Roger Corman classics. Restored Gamera DVDs. You seem to have everything covered. Including Canadian movies about cannibal women. Now that's saying something! From the Press Release
We have an interesting bunch of DVD titles this week as well as a special book appearance. On the DVD list we have foreign monsters (from UK & Japan) competing with each other as well as against remakes of big screen features. There is also a special on Norwegian black metal that some may find more interesting.
December 4th is a big day for Twilight Saga fans as that's when the Eclipse DVD and Blu-ray packages hit store shelves. Not only will you be able to own the movie nationwide that day, but you can also get every available special feature in one place when you buy the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD or the Blu-ray/DVD Combo.
Charles Band's evil clown flick Killjoy came out in 2000. A sequel followed in 2002. I was under the impression that these films were not exactly warmly received, certainly not enough to warrant a third installment eight years later.
Adam Green's survival horror film Frozen is finally hitting Blu-ray and DVD on September 28th, and we've got two more clips from the DVD/Blu-ray extras that will be included with the upcoming Anchor Bay Entertainment release.
Mark December 7th down on your calendars, kids! That's the date that the long talked about Criterion Collection Blu-ray/DVD release of Guillermo del Toro's classic tale Cronos is finally coming home in grand fashion! Talk about a holiday miracle! Check out the specs and artwork below! DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION:
Any time that we get to report on a classic horror film hitting DVD in style, we cannot help but smile. Especially when the title is something as obscure as Monster A-Go Go! From the Press Release
After a very quiet post-Labor Day weekend for new movies, where Resident Evil: Afterlife (review) was the only major film released widely (and owned the box office), this week's new horror DVD titles aren't aplenty either.
On Friday, September 17th, at Dark Delicacies Bookstore, meet Frozen stars Shawn Ashmore and Kevin Zegers, writer/director Adam Green, along with some other cast and crew from that film as well as Green's popular slasher flick Hatchet.
We've known for a while now that E1 will be releasing Suck, a rock & roll vampire spoof, on Blu-ray and DVD this September 28th, and now the picture is a bit clearer as to what types of extras will be included. From the Press Release:
Though its title has been shortened a bit for its domestic release, the film formerly known as Harpoon: The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre has become simply Harpoon: Whale Watching Massacre because us Americans is stoopid. Read on for artwork and release details. The flick will be arriving on both DVD and Blu-ray on December 7th from Image Entertainment. Synopsis
The Evil Dead inspired Aussie horror-fest from the Krypto Brothers, Damned by Dawn, has finally gotten itself some artwork to go along with its DVD and Blu-ray release on November 9th! Care to take a peek? Of course you do! From the Press Release
Adam Green's survival horror film Frozen is finally hitting Blu-ray and DVD on September 28th, and we've got a special clip from the DVD/Blu-ray extras that will be included with the upcoming Anchor Bay Entertainment release. The clip shows the extreme weather the cast and crew endured to make this movie ... no special effects, no cushy studio, no CGI! Just the mercy (or lack thereof) of Mother Nature!
Kevin Tenney's old school Eighties style zombie opus Brain Dead has brought more than just one smile to my face. The good news? It's going to bring one to yours, too, as the official word of a DVD release has finally come about!
Ever since we got word that Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here) is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th from IFC Films and MPI Media Group, we've been anxiously awaiting the full list of extra features that will be included. Today that wait is officially over. The DVD and Blu-ray will both be available as bonus-filled, unrated versions that include: * Deleted scenes * Behind-the-scenes footage * An interview with Tom Six * Casting