Its not like we’re winding down any time soon on films that still need to make it to the Blu-ray format. There are ah-plenty. Heck, there are films that still never made it to VHS or DVD. 2016 introduced us to 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays. The new wave, the new cream of the crop. And […]
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Writer/director Dan O’Bannon (Alien, Lifeforce) puts an uproarious spin on the zombie apocalypse movie in 1985’s cult classicTHE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, starring Clu Gulager (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge), James Karen (Mulholland Drive) and Don Calfa (Weekend at Bernie’s). Considered one of the campiest undead romps of its time, the […]
Oh Pumpkinhead II, I remember the first time I saw you quite well. I am a big fan of the first film, one of the last great practical effects monsters ever created. My uncle had bought me the VHS for my birthday and I had no clue what was coming and I was really taken […]
Happy Friday the 13th, Why So Blu’ers! Tonight, for FREE(!!!) Scream Factory will have a live communal streaming screening of the 1980s fright classic NIGHT OF THE DEMONS. You all already know I love this movie and highly recommend it, so I’ll spare you the gloating. But, I joined in last Friday when the Drive-In […]
Night Of The Demons is a film that has been engrained in my consciousness ever since my very first viewing of it. I remember it quite clearly. That damn VHS box at the rental store was incredibly terrifying to me (see the thumb). I always wanted to rent it but backed off. Once the time […]
Next Tuesday, Scream Factory hits one out of the park with its releases of Kevin Tenney’s 80s horror classics Witchboard and Night Of The Demons. I’ve already reviewed Witchboard (HERE) and you’ll be able to read my Night Of The Demons review very soon. To tide you over until then and until next Tuesday, Scream […]
Hopefully this isn’t lost among the HUGE announcement from Scream Factory today that they are going to do a Blu-ray collector’s edition of SLEEPAWAY CAMP! There’s 2 really awesome titles coming the first week of February, just a day before my son’s birthday. Both come from director Kevin S. Tenney, nonetheless. The first is the […]