Lionsgate's dropping the Dolph Lundgren and Scott Adkins starring monster-bash Legendary on DVD and VOD tomorrow and right now we have an exclusive clip from the DVD to get you all fired up.
Here's the thing... you put Kristina Klebe in a movie entitled Nymph, you immediately have our attention. Having killer mermaids in it? Well, that's just a bonus! Read on for all the fishy details.
One bit of news from SDCC that almost slipped under our radar is that Showtime original series Penny Dreadful: Season One will be released on Blu-ray/DVD on October 7th. It you're looking to add a bit of Victorian intrigue to your Halloween season, read on for the details!
Legendary and Warner Bros.' Godzilla is now heading toward Blu-ray and DVD, but that didn't stop big G from taking the time to stomp around San Diego via a pretty cool art exhibit that features a monstrous sculpture along with poster variations and much more. Check out the eye candy!
We're already only a couple weeks away from the home video release of Mike Flanagan's Oculus (review), which Fox invites us to stare into on August 5th.
September. The official end of summer. The time when all the kids have to go back to school and pretend like that's the end of the world. Wait until you get older and there's no such thing as recess! Anyway... September is also a good time to visit the House of the Witch Doctor on DVD!
Scream Factory brings to the table not just collector's edition releases of some of our favorites, but they also introduce fans to movies that slipped under radars. Such is the case with their latest announcement, bringing 2011's Colombian horror flick The Squad (review) Stateside.
The ratty hair, the twisted teeth, the oily flesh. No, I'm not talking about the newest movie monster. I'm talking about our awkward high school years! In celebration of the release of All Cheerleaders Die, we're taking a look back at the Top 9 High School Horrors.
DVD Active is reporting that Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' Godzilla is getting set to land on the shores of Blu-ray and DVD this coming September 16. Read on for specs and more. Now, if only someone could find a way to put more Godzilla in the movie. Then we'd be really happy.
Hallelujah! Ti West's latest fright flick, The Sacrament (review), is on its way to Blu-ray and DVD; and we have the official specs and artwork for you! Say your prayers, clutch your bibles, and read on for the skinny!
You're pregnant with twins, your feet hurt, it looks like you're harboring a medicine ball under your shirt, and pretty soon you're gonna have to try to squeeze a watermelon through a straw. Yep, that sucks, but in the end we hear it's worth it. But sometimes families aren't so lucky.
A few days ago a trailer on YouTube caught our eye, and then we got the official details from BrinkVision on Stress Position, a psychological experiment thriller comedy heading our way at the end of August. As the tagline suggests, "How Bad Could It Be?"
Hailed by many as one of the best zombie films in years, The Battery (review) is being released by Scream Factory on DVD and Blu-ray this September, packed with all sorts of bonus content that of course wasn't attached to the VOD release. Read on for full details!
Give us an "F"! Give us an "R"! Give us an "E"! Give us another "E"! What does it spell? If you don't know, then please close this website and pick up the nearest book or consult a teacher. We're giving away a signed poster and Blu-ray for Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review) so read on for the details!
AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season 4 is coming home, as always, in three different editions: DVD, Blu-ray, and Collector's Edition Blu-ray featuring another round of packaging to die for. On tap right now is a clip from the special features. Dig it!