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Finally got to see [REC] 2 (review here) recently, and for now all I'm saying is that this flick friggin' rocks! It's like Doom 3 meets The Exorcist! In any event a new UK trailer has reared its head with some insane new footage. Dig it!
Could it be?!? Could it really be?!? Those of us in the United States had to wait what felt like forever for the home video release of [REC], and for a while it seemed as if we'd be doing the same for its sequel [REC] 2 (review here). However, some news slipped out today that tells a very different story.
The unintentionally laugh-out-loud funny and mind-blowing cinematic apocalypse epic known as Legion is getting set to make its home video debut courtesy of Sony on May 11th, and we've got the lowdown on what to expect once this puppy spreads its wings!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of destruction and mayhem, which is why we were so fond of Roland Emmerich's 2012 (theatrical review here) when it debuted last November. And now, in anticipation of its Blu-ray and DVD release on March 2nd, we have four clips to share detailing how some of that destruction was crafted.
If you are reading this right now, then chances are you did not see the vampire comedy Transylmania when it opened on 1,000 screens this past December to the fourth lowest wide release opening weekend per theater average of all time. And you are better off that way.
If you’re in the UK and, like me, love zombies, comedy, and Woody Harrelson, you officially have permission to begin the happy dance as Zombieland comes shuffling onto DVD and Blu-ray on March 15th courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
On April 6th Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is dropping six little seen classics from Hammer Films onto DVD as part of the The Icons of Suspense Collection, and you can help dress this digital body for its own funeral!
Finally the artwork and ads for Rob Zombie's much maligned sequel Halloween II have appeared online, and we've got them for you free of ill-placed profanity and shaky-cam! HELL YEAH!
Another bad sign for the Weinsteins. Usually distribution of all of Dimension Films' theatrical properties are handled by Genius Products, the Weinsteins' home video label. Yet, today the news came that Sony will be handling the DVD and Blu-ray release of Rob Zombie's Halloween II. Very interesting, no?
When the announcement came that Night of the Creeps was finally hitting Blu-ray and DVD, there was much rejoicing. Lord knows it's been a long time coming! With the release just a couple of weeks away, we've got some cool stuff from the package for you to watch and enjoy!