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The Thing – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

In 1982 legendary genre filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live) unleashed THE THING–a chilling sci-fi thriller that raised the bar on shocking special effects and terrified movie audiences worldwide. On September 20, 2016, the SCREAM FACTORY™ home entertainment brand is proud to present this landmark horror film in a 2-disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release which includes […]

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DEATH BECOMES HER Becomes A Blu-ray April 26th From Scream Factory!

Three-time Academy Award® winner Meryl Streep, Oscar® winner Goldie Hawn and Golden Globe winner Bruce Willis star in acclaimed director Robert Zemeckis’ outrageously entertaining comedy about greed, vanity, sex, immortality, life…and death.  Isabella Rossellini (Blue Velvet) is a beautiful enchantress who changes their lives – and deaths – forever in this hilarious dark comedy with […]

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Roller Boogie (Blu-ray Review)

Roller Boogie is the film that asks: can a classical flautist and a roller skating dude find true love and happiness in the California sun while boogying on skates to 70’s disco tunes? Roller Boogie stars Linda Blair (The Exorcist) as Terry Barkley, a genius flautist (and Juilliard hopeful) and Jim Bray (real life roller skating phenomenon) as […]

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Empire Of The Ants / Jaws Of Satan – Double Feature (Blu-ray Review)

Scream Factory is going all “nature attacks” on us this month.  They’re releasing four films over the span of two double feature Blu-rays.  On May 26th, if you’re a fan of one of more of The Food Of The Gods, Frogs, Empire Of The Ants or Jaws Of Satan, then its your lucky day.  Scream […]

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Escape From New York – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Can I gloat for just a brief second to start this off?  Back in 2013 when I reviewed Scream Factory’s release of John Carpenter’s Body Bags, I mentioned that if there were to be an Escape From New York Collector’s Edition, that I’d like the collective that were interviewing John Carpenter to be involved with […]

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Without Warning (Blu-ray Review)

For me, Without Warning is one of the most exciting releases of 2014.  No, its not Twin Peaks or Batman 1966 finally coming out, but its up there.  Had I heard much about it before this release?  No.  I really dig the fact that Scream Factory has gotten this 34 year old film that’s never […]

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Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray Honored At 40th Annual Saturn Awards

The Saturn Awards sure knows how to pick ’em as we both agree the Halloween 35th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray from last year was one of the year’s  best.  It was among my personal #1 of 2013 (I picked all John Carpenter releases and tied them together).  Saturn maybe should have waited a year for the […]

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BEHOLD! HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION Box Art Revealed!

Anchor Bay and Scream Factory have unveiled the art to their joint ventured and insanely impressive Halloween box set combining every film in the series with 15 discs of content.  And yeah, it’s really awesome.  This art just says “Who cares if your set was first, Freddy?”, “Suck on that tin case, Jason”, “Haha, cute, […]

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Psycho II – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

In 1983, the unthinkable happened.  A sequel to Psycho?  Blasphemy!  How dare they spit on Hitchcock’s grave!  That kind of attitude led critics and moviegoers to enter the theater with fists up ready to find any reason to tear the film down.  Reviews and feelings from the time this film was released definitely reflect such […]

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HALLOWEEN 35th Anniversary Edition Takes Shape On Blu-ray – September 24!

35 years ago, John Carpenter and Debra Hill changed the landscape of horror for may years to come.  Once the highest grossing independent film of all time, Halloween has scared audiences for over 3 decades.  It has been replicated, sequelized and remade, but none stand close to the original “Night He Came Home”.  Anchor Bay […]

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The Fog (Blu-ray Review)

John Carpenter hit success big with Halloween in 1978.  Following up that first big success is always a challenge.  He was dubbed the “next Hitchcock” and there was a lot of anticipation for his next film.  But with that, studios offering him deals wanted him to tackle the horror genre again.  Carpenter had no problem […]

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