Tag Archive for 'Heather Langenkamp'

Hellraiser: Judgement (Blu-ray Review)

When last we saw old Pinhead and the Hellraiser gang, it was in Revelations. It was the first non-Doug Bradley in the series and heaping pile of flaming turds. The film was made with the sole purpose of hanging onto the rights and it absolutely felt like it. Now, we are here again with Hellraiser: […]


This Valentine’s Day, Everyone Will Be Chatterering About The HELLRAISER: JUDGEMENT Blu-ray!

Experience a terrifying new chapter in the legendary Hellraiser series when Hellraiser: Judgment arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital), DVD, Digital, and On Demand February 13 from Lionsgate. The tenth film in the classic horror series tells the story of three detectives as they struggle to solve a horrifying murder, but instead find themselves thrust into the depths of Pinhead’s hellacious landscape. Including horror icon Heather Langenkamp […]


Bad Dreams: Eric Ranks the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ Saga

It’s Halloween season and that means I watch a bunch of horror movies.  I mean, I watch horror movies a lot any time of year, but this month is especially big.  It’s like Christmas for a scary movie fan!  My favorite long running horror movie franchise is A Nightmare on Elm Street.  While Black Christmas […]


Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (Blu-ray Review)

I’m a big big fan and lover of the A Nightmare On Elm Street franchise.  I grew up with Freddy Krueger as well as Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees.  Freddy became the absolute phenomenon of those guys though.  He was everywhere.  And he’s left an incredible legacy and a ton of fans.  Never Sleep Again […]


Never Sleep Again Is Making The Jump To Blu On January 21!

I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it.  The 4 hour, entire franchise spanning documentary on the Nightmare On Elm Street series is finally making the leap from DVD to Blu-ray next month!  I have every bit of confidence in telling you that this is the best, most detailed and comprehensive documentary ever put […]


A Nightmare on Elm Street (Blu-ray Review)

Horror movies have never been my cup of tea and if my memory serves me correctly, I believe the original Friday the 13th was my first exposure to the genre.  It scared the hell out of me as I was somewhere around 6 or 7 years old.  My parents would never let me watch that […]