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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Announces Gremlins on 4K UHD!

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced today that 1984’s Gremlins will be released on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital on October 1. Directed by Joe Dante (Innerspace, The ‘Burbs)) and written by Chris Columbus (The Goonies, Young Sherlock Holmes), the film stars Zach Galligan as Billy Peltzer, Phoebe Cates as Kate Beringer, and Hoyt […]

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Waxwork / Waxwork II: Lost In Time – Collector’s Series (Blu-ray Review)

Last month saw the debut of Lionsgate’s Vestron Video Collector’s Series line.  Finally digging into those vaults of not just Vestron Video, but Artisan and other studio catalogs that Lionsgate had acquired over the years.  There are some major horror gems that have been getting sat on that people have been screaming for on Blu-ray. […]

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WAXWORK / WAXWORK II: LOST IN TIME Double Feature The Next Exciting Release From Vestron Video October 18th!

The Vestron Video Collector’s Series unleashes the tongue-in-cheek horror classics Waxwork and Waxwork II: Lost in Time for the first time on limited-edition Blu-ray™ on October 18 from Lionsgate. In Waxwork, a private midnight showing at a local wax museum turns to mayhem when its soul-sucking wax exhibits come to life! In Waxwork II: Lost […]

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Hatchet III (Blu-ray Review)

Seriously, how many people out there can rattle off many good third entries in a feature film franchise or at least halfway decent attempts?  Any takers?  They say that by the third time around a movie franchise usually wears out its welcome.  Third time’s not always the charm when it comes to films.  A strong […]

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‘Hatchet III’ Delivers Thrice The Bloodshed And Kills (Movie Review)

Seriously, how many people out there can rattle off many good third entries in a feature film franchise or at least halfway decent attempts?  Any takers?  They say that by the third time around a movie franchise usually wears out its welcome.  Third time’s not always the charm.  A strong concept is harder to conjecture […]

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