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Ghost Ship – Collector’s Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Well, 2002’s Ghost Ship is now worthy of the Scream Factory Collector’s Edition, eh? All right. Time to revisit it, then. At the very least, new interviews and bonus features can paint an entertaining story about a film I’m pretty sure most people thought was a disappointment. I think the popular word on this one […]


GHOST SHIP – Collector’s Edition Arrives On Blu-ray September 29th!

On September 29, 2020, Scream Factory proudly presents Ghost Ship (2002) in the ultimate Blu-ray release. The modern supernatural cult-classic comes home in a collector’s edition packed with bonus features, including a new audio commentary with director Steve Beck and new interviews with actor Isaiah Washington, producer Gil Adler and makeup effects supervisor Jason Baird. Fans who order […]


Let’s Have a ‘Poker Night’ Blu-ray Giveaway!

I checked the trailer out down below and I’m still not sure what’s happening in this one, but it sounds like it involves gambling and Giancarlo Esposito is in it so count me in.  The tale of Poker Night goes a little something like this.  In this twisted thriller, a young detective becomes an unwilling […]


Poker Night (Blu-ray Review)

Poker Night, a movie that doesn’t really have much to do with the game of poker itself.  So, if for some reason the box art isn’t telling you already of that fact, then let this be that sort of disclaimer for you.  The film is a crime thriller from Greg Francis, a man who looks […]


‘Poker Night’ on Blu-ray & DVD February 10!

In this twisted thriller, a young detective becomes an unwilling participant in a sadistic game of cat-and-mouse when he is kidnapped by a masked serial killer. In order to survive, the detective must use the wisdom imparted to him by senior detectives on their regular poker night. 


Super 8 (Blu-ray Review)

That high flying duo known as J.J. Abrams and some guy named Steven Spielberg are back with their latest coming-of-age/science fiction story in Super 8. The trailers and promotional material did absolutely nothing to quench the thirst of the uber geeky. All we saw was a bunch of kids making a super 8 film, a […]