If you don't live in one of the towns where After Dark's Horrorfest 4 is playing, then you may be wondering how long you'll have to wait before you can see this year's batch of Eight Films to Die For. Apparently not too long, as the DVD box set appears to be scheduled for a March 23rd release.
E1 Entertainment just sent out a list of its upcoming DVD releases for early February, 2010, and front and center on it is cult director David DeCoteau's The Brotherhood V: Alumni. As the tagline says, "The Brotherhood returns, and this time revenge will be sweet!"
A while back we reported that Marcus Dunstan's The Collector wouldn't be getting a home video release until April of 2010. That seemed extremely unrealistic as we live in an age in which theatre to DVD turnaround time is usually a matter of a couple of months. Today an official date has been announced ...
The good folks over at Dark Sky Films sure know how to flex their creative marketing! Keen-eyed readers of the Village Voice are sure to run across a very suspicious "Babysitter Wanted" ad! Does anyone out there have the guts to call the number and apply? We DARE you to!
The dreaded loudmouth of the monster world -- the Banshee -- is getting its turn at tearing apart teenagers for our amusement in the new flick titled cleverly enough Banshee!!! (review here). Look for things to get all screamy on March 23rd when the DVD drops into stores! Read on for more details and the cover art.
To say that we're Roger Corman fans around here at the Dread Central offices is a bit of an understatement. The man has done it all and brought us some of the most delightfully fun and ghoulish movies of our time. Now thanks to an exclusive deal with Shout! Factory, which we originally told you about here, there's all sorts of goodies on the way!
The Fourth Kind is a strange little movie that tries to have things both ways. If you're not sure what we mean by that you'll find out soon enough when the movie hits DVD and Blu-ray on March 16th, 2010.
While DVD companies like Anchor Bay and Blue Underground have slowed their output to a near crawl, we're happy to see some smaller guys picking up the slack and bringing some obscure genre stuff into the digital age. The folks at Scorpion Releasing have certainly got me excited for their upcoming releases!
We just got word that the latest homage to the glorious big boobs and blood films of yesteryear, Bitch Slap, has gotten itself a sweet little DVD release date of March 2nd from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment! Read on to find out what else to expect!
Well, 2010 is certain starting off with a bang for DVD collectors. Along with the unrated director's cut of Rob Zombie's Halloween II and Duncan Jones' stellar Moon (polar opposites if there ever were any!), we've been given the choice of two new Hindi thriller/Bollywood films, Accident on Hill Road and Bolo Raam.
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!