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The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

When a new format breaks out, it should be mandatory that the entire catalog of Alfred Hitchcock be immediately upgraded, restored and released. Unfortunately, in these streamy times we live in, that doesn’t seem to be of interest as finally in 2020 we are delivered just a small sampling size of his collection of masterpieces. […]


Night Of The Lepus (Blu-ray Review)

The 1970s brought us an interesting little horror genre, the Eco-horror film. This decade was littered with many person against nature films. Of course, the biggest one of them all was Jaws, but we were also subjected to things like the appropriately titled “Frogs” where, well you can guess the source of villainous evil in […]


Silly Rabbit! NIGHT OF THE LEPUS Debuts On Blu-ray June 19th From Scream Factory!

How many eyes does horror have? How many times will terror strike? Giant mutant rabbits are on the loose in the campy 70’s cult classic Night Of The Lepus for the first time on Blu-ray on June 19, 2018 from Scream Factory. This release features a new 2K scan of the original film elements and comes complete […]


TOUCH OF EVIL & DOUBLE INDEMNITY Finally Get Blu-ray Treatment This April!

Universal Studios is finally releasing two classics from their extensive vault in April.  Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity and Orson Welles’ Touch Of Evil will both make their long overdue debuts on Blu-ray on April 15.  Its kind of a bummer it takes classics like these so long to make the jump to the format, but […]


The Fog (Blu-ray Review)

John Carpenter hit success big with Halloween in 1978.  Following up that first big success is always a challenge.  He was dubbed the “next Hitchcock” and there was a lot of anticipation for his next film.  But with that, studios offering him deals wanted him to tackle the horror genre again.  Carpenter had no problem […]


The Manchurian Candidate (Blu-ray Review)

Time to dive back into the classics!  Classic films on Blu-ray always make me smile, because of the luster and time period, and because most of the time I wasn’t even born yet.  It’s great to see how films were made back in the day.  The Manchurian Candidate is one of these films.  Make no […]