Tag Archive for 'Steve Miner'

Vestron Video Casts A Spell On The WARLOCK COLLECTION July 25th!

The Vestron Video Collector’s Series is looking to cast the ultimate spell with the upcoming release of the Warlock Collection, arriving for the first time on limited-edition Blu-ray on July 25 from Lionsgate. A 17th-century Warlock is transported to the 20th century, where he looks to end all of creation. The 2-disc Warlock Collection set […]


House: Two Stories Limited Edition (Blu-Ray Review)

Step inside – we’ve been expecting you!  At long-last, Arrow Video and MVD Entertainment Group is proud to present the first two installments of hit horror franchise House on Blu-ray for the first time!  In the original House, William Katt (Carrie, TV’s The Greatest American Hero) stars as Roger Cobb, a horror novelist struggling to […]


Halloween: The Complete Collection – 10 Disc Edition (Blu-ray Review)

What seems to be little known is that there were actually two versions of Halloween: The Complete Collection back on September 23rd.  Most every bit of press and excitement wen toward the Deluxe Limited Edition that came with 15 discs.  And rightfully so.  There was another, more basic edition, released as well.  That one is […]


Proof The “Lost” HALLOWEEN: H20 Commentary Is Actually Happening This Time For Upcoming Blu-ray Set!

Does anybody own the old Halloween: H20 DVD that came out back in 1998?  You know, the one that was set in 4:3 Letterbox and included the worthless bonus features of ‘Trivia’ and a Creed music video?  On the back of that box it said there was a commentary with Jamie Lee Curtis and Steve Miner. […]


Lake Placid – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray)

I’ll be the first to admit, when Scream Factory announced they were doing Lake Placid, I was kinda like “Hmm”.  For one, it was a newer film (weird to call a 15 year old film that), but as we’ve seen they are starting to explore late 90s and early 2000s films.  I remember watching it […]


Friday The 13th – The Complete Collection (Blu-ray Review)

For the first time ever, every single film of the Friday the 13th series is available together in a set.  Warner Bros has released an impressive 10 disc set spanning twelve films.  Where they could have just pumped these films out cheaply and easy, they’ve actually taken some care.  Not only is every film fully […]