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 […]
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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, […]
The week following Body Bags, another John Carpenter film makes its Scream Factory debut. This time its his flagship production, Assault On Precinct 13. As you’ll freshly recall, I just reviewed this one earlier in the week. Its a terrific release and if you’re a Carpenter fan, its a no-brainer that you must have it. […]
Scream Factory’s latest dip into John Carpenter’s catalogue takes us back to the very beginning. Assault On Precinct 13 has already been released on Blu-ray, but this Collector’s Edition takes what was enjoyable about that release and enhances it to become the seminal version to have. John Carpenter’s first feature film shows much more than […]
The story of the The Amityville Horror has spawned 11 films and many documentaries (including My Amityville Horror which I do highly recommend). Of those films, Scream Factory is boxing together The Amityville Horror Trilogy, consisting of the first three films in the series. They work as a trilogy, because of the original 8 canon […]
Anchor Bay has released John Carpenter’s Halloween a lot of times. Each time they manage to successfully add just one ounce of something different that the fan just HAS to dip in again. Personally, I’ve owned this film countless times, as it’s my favorite film. I remember when Anchor Bay released a two VHS tape […]
Scream Factory’s rendition of John Carpenter’s cult classic Assault on Precinct 13 has finally had its bonus features unveiled. This one features an additional commentary aside from the vintage Carpenter one. This time we get art director and sound effects editor Tommy Lee Wallace. I feel like Wallace hangs out in the lobby of Shout! […]