Tag Archive for 'Jack Sholder'

Alone In The Dark – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

One of the most demanded for Blu-ray horror films from the 1980s for many years has been 1982’s Alone in the Dark. Heck, it even made my Wishlist one year, and that was rather late as I’d been forgetting it since the first one I did 8 years ago. This early New Line Cinemas movie […]


1982 Cult Favorite ALONE IN THE DARK Debuts On Blu-ray September 14th!

One of the most underrated and terrifying cult horror films of the 1980s, Alone in the Dark makes its Blu-ray™ debut September 14, 2021 from Scream Factory™. This Collector’s Edition release boasts a new 2K scan of the interpositive and includes a number of new bonus features, including a new interview with director and co-writer Jack Sholder, a new audio commentary […]


The Street Fighter Collection (Blu-ray Review)

March 2019 has proven a bit of spoils to grindhouse martial arts fans, as the long awaited Street Fighter films have all finally hit Blu-ray. Earlier in the month, Arrow Video released the spin-off Sister Street Fighter set and now the big boss of them all, The Street Fighter trilogy that launched Sonny Chiba into […]


Wishmaster Collection – Collector’s Series (Blu-ray Review)

Twenty years ago this September launched a little horror series called Wishmaster.  Back when a horror movie could do over fifteen million at the box office and be considered a success, that’s what this was.  While coming post-Scream, it was before the effects and wave had taken over (That would come a month later with […]


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 […]