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While She Was Out

DVD Releases: Dec. 8, 2009: Run Bitch Run from The Lights of the InAlienable Cyclops

It looks like Anchor Bay is wishing everyone a "Blu" Christmas as it releases a wide variety of films ranging from The Alphabet Killer to Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon to Walled In to Cyclops to Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer onto Blu-ray for the first time. Now that's a lot of cerulean!

DVD Releases: April 28, 2009: Martyrs, Monsters, She-Beasts, and Sluts - Oh My!

If ever there was a week that offered a little something for everyone, this is it! From a giallo to Albert Fish to gorgeous French torture to psychos, sluts, and a she-beast, the week of April 28th has it all. Throw in Ron Jeremy's cock on a rampage, and really, what more could you ask for?

Extended Clip: While She Was Out

To celebrate next week's DVD release of While She Was Out (review here), we've scored you guys an extended clip! Get ready to bear witness to some of the carnage caused by Kim Basinger and her Toolbox of Terror™!

While She Was Out DVD Details

Sometimes just leaving your house can result in walking into a mess the size of the state of Texas. Anchor Bay's upcoming DVD release of While She Was Out (review here) illustrates how quickly things can go wrong. Get ready for a peek at what to expect when the flick drops in stores on April 28, 2009.

Anchor Bay Does New York Comic Con

Pinhead, Ghost in a Shell, and Jason Voorhees might not have much in common on paper; but that’s not stopping Anchor Bay from grouping them all up at their booth at the New York Comic Con. The company is taking this opportunity to announce Blu-ray high definition releases of Hellraiser and Ghost in the Shell, as well as offering Q&A opportunities from producer Don Murphy.

While She Was Out (2008)

Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Kim Basinger, Lukas Haas, Jamie Starr, Leonard Wu, Luis Chávez, Craig Sheffer Written and directed by Susan Montford Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment

Poster for While She Was Out

Here’s one we keep skipping over coverage on for reasons I’m not entirely sure of (my vote is laziness). It’s definitely a good contender for our genre and if nothing else stars the babe-a-licious Kim Basinger, who just keeps getting more attractive the older she gets.