Paramount Home Entertainment
It’s a great time to be a Friday the 13th fan. The slasher classics are slowly making their way to Blu-ray while the Deluxe Editions of Parts IV-VI are equipped with better extra features than I ever thought possible. And hot on the heels of these awesome releases, Paramount has announced the specs for the last two Crystal Lake killing sprees, The New Blood and Jason Takes Manhattan.
So many people working in the horror industry are there because they grew up being a fan. However, for writer/producer Dan Farrands, his reason for pursuing his dream came from a fan letter response he received when he was 14 years old. “I had written this letter to Frank Mancuso Jr. tell
So many people working in the horror industry are there because they grew up being a fan. However, for writer/producer Dan Farrands, his reason for pursuing his dream came from a fan letter response he received when he was 14 years old.
Paramount Home Entertainment has dropped another batch of deluxe edition DVDs and Blu-rays on so as per usual the question beckons -- Is it worth our bucks to double-dip or, in several cases, triple-dip? We've got the answers you're looking for!
If you ask those who have seen Paramount's The Uninvited whether or not it is good, they will probably hit you with a really confused glance and then shrug their shoulders. It seems nobody really knows for sure. Come April 28th the DVD and Blu-ray will hit stores, so I guess we can figure it out for ourselves soon enough.
One remake from this past year that has everyone pretty much confused as to whether or not it sucked is The Uninvited. Was it bad? Well, come April 28, 2009, you'll have a chance to form your own opinion as that's when the flick hits home video.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Created by George A. Romero, Richard P. Rubenstein, William Teitler, Jerry Golod Starring Paul Sparer (opening narrator), Vic Tayback, Christian Slater, Carol Kane, Justine Bateman, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dick Shawn, Eddie Bracken Directed by Various