Bob Gray's Bigfoot was actually one of the very first of the new wave of Sasquatchploitation flicks back when I got an advance look at the film in late 2005. Thanks to a snafu with another distribution company, Bigfoot is only now getting its long overdue DVD release nearly five years later and after a myriad of other killer Sasquatch flicks have come and gone.
Lo, the latest film from Travis Betz (Joshua), is hitting DVD on February 9th from SKD USA (distributed by Entertainment One), and we've got the skinny on what you can expect from this weird little tale starring Jeremiah Birkett, Sarah Lassez, Ward Roberts, Devin Barry, Aaron Gaffey, Travis Betz, Liz Loza, and Larissa Deckert.
With the release of Ti West's controversial sequel to Eli Roth's debut feature, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, dropping next month onto home video, Lionsgate has released some stills to hopefully get you sweaty with anticipation.
Every good slasher needs a hook - sometimes literally (i.e., I Know What You Did Last Summer). It's all about the look, the location, and/or the weapon of choice. The Caretaker killer is... Well, the title tells you his occupation. He appears to have a unique harvesting tool as his designated instrument of death.
William Shatner. Not since his iconic portrayal of Captain James Tiberius Kirk has he ever played as ridiculously masculine a character as he did in Kingdom of the Spiders. His character's name? "Rack" Hansen. That's right, "Rack" Friggin' Hansen, and he can take out your stupid eye and steal your woman with nothing more than a mere glance shot your way via his razor sharp animal magnetism!
How many of us remember shelling out the dough to get our hands on the last A Nightmare on Elm Street box set? At over a hundred bucks it was pretty steep but worth it if only for the "Nightmare Encyclopedia" disc. To go along with the original film's Blu-ray release, Warner Home Video and New Line are re-issuing the box set ... but something is pretty friggin' amiss.
One of our favorite flicks of last year, Ti West's retro thriller The House of the Devil, is finally coming home to DVD and Blu-ray on February 2, 2010, and to celebrate its release, one hell of a cool promo item has been sent out to us lucky bastards!
We know you've been dying to feast your eyes upon the goodness that is the official trailer for Lionsgate's sequel to the Uwe Boll disasterpiece Alone in the Dark. Who wouldn't be? Don't worry, dearest reader; we have your fix.
Richard Kelly's Box is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD next month, and we've got the skinny on what to expect should you be one of the insane few who push the button!
Fans have long been awaiting the arrival of Frank Henelotter's latest film, Bad Biology. Finally the flick is getting set to hit home video and the best part? You'll be able to get your hands on it in just a couple of short weeks!
And the DVD and Blu-ray news keeps marching on ... this time said marching comes in the form of some demonic goose-stepping as we've got all the details on MPI/IFC's home video release of Tommy Wirkola's Dead Snow.
If you missed 2012 in theatres, then you missed out on the feel good extermination of the human race film of the century! What a spectacle! It's near impossible not to laugh! Lucky for you the film's hitting DVD and Blu-ray soon, and we've got the skinny on what to expect!
It's a new year, but you'd hardly know it from the crop of DVD and Blu-ray releases hitting store shelves tomorrow, January 5th, 2010. The Final Destination, which showed up on a couple of the DC staff's worst of 2009 lists, is probably the pick of the week, so that tells you what kind of offerings we're looking at.
The Tremors series of films, no matter how weird or bad they got, always managed to keep us entertained here around the Dread Central offices and now Universal is upping the wormy ante a bit by releasing the short-lived "Tremors: The Series" on to DVD.
It's the last week of 2009, and there's a surprisingly rich assortment of DVDs and Blu-rays hitting store shelves on Tuesday, December 29th. From Shane Acker's magical 9 to Megan Fox's portrayal of Jennifer and her magical Body, there's a little something for everyone, including a Getaway with the almost Perfect Milla Jovovich.