Tag Archive for 'Jill Schoelen'

Brandon’s Best Of 2017: Two Formats, Two Top 10 Lists!

Another year of home video releases in the books. While digital and streaming continue to be a thing, the physical market is still the best possible way to view or take in your entertainment. And whatever the numbers tell you what, whether its “dying” or “doing well”, what’s clear is that the overall quality of […]


Synapse Releases Cult Horror Slasher POPCORN To Blu-ray This October!

In the history of Synapse Films few titles have generated as much excitement as POPCORN, director Mark Herrier’s 1991 cult favorite that’s been one of the most in-demand genre films of the Blu-ray era.  Unavailable for over a decade, POPCORN now comes to HD in a deliciously butter-topped Special Edition Blu-ray and DVD release that […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “The Stepfather” (1987)

This week a couple of my fellow WhySoBlu cohorts took part in a podcast highlighting horror and with Halloween time being almost upon us I’ve decided to join in on the act with a past slasher selection of my own – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  There are plenty of high profile slice and dice […]


The Curse / Curse II: The Bite – Double Feature (Blu-ray Review)

On February 23rd, get ready for a double dose of ‘80s horror with the release of The Curseand   Curse II from Scream Factory! Available on Blu-ray for  the first time, fans can pre-order their copies of this double feature by visiting ShoutFactory.com.  The original shocker is directed by actor David Keith (Firestarter,White of the Eye) […]


The Phantom Of The Opera – 1989 (Blu-ray Review)

Sometime in the later 1980s, the famous books and story of The Phantom Of The Opera fell into public domain; meaning anybody could make their own cinematic, televised or stage rendition of it without having to jump through hoops to get the rights.  Coming of the success of Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers, […]


Scream Factory Unveils THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA – Coming February 17, 2015!

Memory on this one is very hazy.  It was many many moons and video store trips ago that I saw this.  But, what attracted me to this one was that it had Robert England and was from the director of Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers (Dwight H. Little).  This version of Phantom Of […]