Remember the band Letters to Cleo? If so, odds are you grew up in the 1990s. Few bands scream “Nineties” like Letters to Cleo. They were a perfect choice to provide a B-Sides for a motion picture about teenage witches just learning their craft.
In the indie thriller Dose of Reality, we are introduced to a shady Los Angeles bar manager (Rick Ravanello) and his protégé bartender (Ryan Merriman), who discover a bloodied and unconscious young woman named Rose (Fairuza Balk) passed out in the bathroom.
Who's ready to go back to school? We are, and we know what's waiting: copious amounts of pig's blood, nightmare stalkers, masked killers, and more.
Another great selection of DVDs hits store shelves this week (it's obviously October!) including one of the year's most fun films, Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell; the long-awaited Richard Stanley classic Hardware; Blu-rays of The Craft, Killer Movie, and Midnight Movie; and for the Robert Pattinson completists there's The Haunted Airman, a BBC television movie that was filmed five years ago and aired in the UK in 2006.
A quick update to our earlier story regarding Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releasing some older gems onto Blu-ray this October in the form of some nifty cover art!
Ah, yes! Slowly but surely everything is making the jump to pure 1080p goodness. Case in point ... this October Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is diving into its back catalog to deliver some Blu-ray chills just in time for Halloween.