This week's DVD and Blu-ray releases hit shelves on 4/20, and you know what that means -- a new re-release of Reefer Madness in honor of its upcoming 75th anniversary! Along with that hilarious propaganda flick we have a plentiful assortment of more serious films that are sure to appeal to DC readers.
It has been months and months since we last heard any news about Anthony Hickox’s return to horror, Knife Edge, but finally the film has a DVD release date thanks to E1 Entertainment.
We’ve been following Anthony Hickox’s return to horror, Knife Edge, for a while now, so you can imagine how happy we were when we found the trailer over on production house Seven Arts Films’ website. All right, I say “we” but obviously I mean me. So sue me.
A successful Wall Street trader returns to England with her new husband and five-year-old son, but their new start together turns into a nightmare when they move into a country house which contains a terrible secret.
DVD Releases: 4/20/2010: A Peacock Shows its Lovely Bones in the House of the Long Shadows
Finally a Release Date for Anthony Hickox's Knife Edge
Trailer for Hickox's Knife Edge!
New Art for Hickox's Knife Edge!
Meet the Prisoners of the Sun
Knife Edge Teaser Art, More Plot
Hickox Takes Horror to the Edge
Though I admit I still have no idea what’s going on with the new film from Anthony Hickox, Knife Edge, that hasn’t stopped me from tracking down as much info as I can about it!
While cruising around the many layers that make up that wonderful geek resource known as the IMDB, I discovered a movie that I’ve heard neither Jack nor shit about, but sounds like something we’d be giving regular updates on if I had.
You might recall a few weeks back when a new horror film from Waxwork/Full Eclipse badass director Anthony Hickox was announced called Knife Edge (“Hickox Takes Horror to the Edge” – July 2007). At the time the plot was a bit on the vague side, but upon some deeper investigation we dug up a juicy amount of details for it.
It's been a long time since director Anthony Hickox made a horror film, but man, has he delivered some good guilty pleasures. Hickox brought us films like Full Eclipse, Waxwork (still waiting for an unrated DVD of this gem; please anyone reading, if you have the power, get to work), and the third entry into the Hellraiser (an unrated DVD of this would be nice, too, please) franchise, which honestly I'd like to forget.
Have you seen Waxwork? Or Hellraiser III? Or Warlock: Armageddon? Or Full Eclipse? If so, then you know the works of Anthony Hickox. The British dir