Now this is how we like capping off a work week! Pull up a chair, dear reader, as we have got the complete specs for "The Twilight Zone" Season One for you. I want to nest inside of this Blu-ray like Han Solo did a Tauntaun on planet Hoth. And the angels sing ... From the Press Release
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!
Words cannot express how happy we are to report this tasty nugget of news. The original Rod Serling classic television show "The Twilight Zone" is readying itself for its Blu-ray debut on September 14th courtesy of Image Entertainment -- our new favorite distributor!
Now this is the way we love to end a Friday. Fans of Boris Karloff and classic horror television shows have long sought after the series "Thriller". It was available on VHS way back when and of course almost every bootlegger has peddled a copy online at one point or another, but now thanks to Image Entertainment the wait and the search are officially over!
Some believe in a nightmarish world of darkness and paranoia - full of specters and ghosts. On May 25th Image Entertainment presents Finale, a story of one family’s descent into that demonic landscape.
The new thriller from director Chris Shadley, Nine Dead, hits stores next week courtesy of Image Entertainment, and though this news is a little late in the game, we're still very happy to bring it to you.
Rumblings of some really good news have begun which may end in the goodness that will be seeing the original Rod Serling driven television hit "The Twilight Zone" hitting high definition!
Not a helluva lot of interesting “news” in here, but I thought it would warm the cockles of your collective heart, something desperately needed as temperatures continue to plummet on the East Coast, to know that some upcoming horror is, indeed, horrific.
Though the word on the street is that, essentially, My Name is Bruce is not the be-all, end-all Bruce Campbell film we had been hoping for, that doesn’t mean it won’t go well with a six pack and a joint, does it? It does not, but you’ll be able to test that theory come February 10th when Image Entertainment releases the flick in both standard and Blu-ray formats.
If you’ve been waiting as long as I have for word on My Name is Bruce, breathe yourself a sigh of relief; the wait is over. Finally Dark Horse Entertainment is getting the film ready to make its way to theaters this October, and a sequel is being worked on as you read this!
We just got a heads up from 2001 Maniacs director Tim Sullivan that his follow-up to the splatstick horror/comedy, the much more subtly dramatic Driftwood (review), has finally settled on a DVD release date.