For those of you who don't know, there is a monster-sized Blu-ray of George A. Romero's Day of the Dead (story here) on its way to lucky fans in the UK that will feature an exclusive comic tie-in from badass comic maven Stef Hutchinson. Because we love you guys so damned much, we've got some preview pages for you to dig on.
Having made a few waves among genre fans in the US with its recent (albeit horribly bare-bones) DVD/Blu-ray release (read Creepy's review of that here), Christopher Smith’s mind-bending Triangle is set to land on the two formats in the UK on Monday 1st March...along with MUCHO special feature goodness.
As we told you last week, the Blu-ray of the BBC’s modern retelling of The Day of the Triffids is hitting the market on February 22nd. Even better? Two lucky UK readers will be able to get their hands on a free copy courtesy of Dread Central and our friends at Showbox Home Entertainment and The Associates.
Those with the home cinema hardware who haven’t yet obtained Showbox Home Entertainment’s DVD release of the BBC’s modern retelling of The Day of the Triffids (released on February 1st) may want to hold off slightly longer for some hi-def goodness as the Blu-ray lands in stores across the UK on February 22nd!
Yet another film has just picked up distro from the company that is quickly becoming known as the horror fan's best friend! Ah, IFC! How we love you so!
Courtesy of Icon Home Entertainment and Noble PR, we find our grubby mitts filled with two copies of the new Open Graves DVD that we’re just itching to give away! So, if you’re a UK resident, read on...
Some board games can cause much bigger problems than the customary Monopoly-fueled family punch up - as one group of friends soon discover in Open Graves, hitting DVD shelves in the UK on February 15th courtesy of Icon Home Entertainment.
We love our readers in the UK. So much so that we just got our horror loving claws into the official trailer for Psych: 9, an upcoming horror thriller from the UK starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster, Michael Biehn, and Gabriel Mann. I guess you Yanks reading this can enjoy it, too!
Black Death, director Christopher Smith's follow-up to his mostly well-received Triangle, has been in process for about two years now (see our database on the film here for the full chain of events), and finally come May, 2010, Revolver Entertainment will be releasing the film in the UK.
Nope, we aren’t offering an all expenses paid trip to Jesus Camp – but what we do have are three copies of the new Jim Caviezel vehicle Long Weekend (review here), directed by Jamie Blanks, to give away courtesy of Showbox Home Entertainment and The Associates.
Oscar winner Danny Boyle is returning to his theatre roots as part of the National Theatre's second season for 2010 with a new adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Boyle will make his debut at the respected venue directing Nick Dear's play as a "large-scale and theatrically and visually ambitious stage production."
Unfortunately, no, this isn’t an announcement that all UK readers get an extra day off work next month, but lovers of Mother Nature can at least rejoice as Showbox Home Entertainment will release Jamie (Urban Legend, Storm Warning) Blanks’ eco-horror remake Long Weekend (previously titled Nature’s Grave in the US) to DVD on February 8th.