There are so many great Blu-ray releases this week that we’re going to switch it up and talk about the top six titles in stores TODAY – June 4th – and we’ll talk about the rest of the month next week!
Howling III is not a good film but you can at least appreciate based on a handful of set pieces and scenes that everyone involved was trying to make something fairly fun.
In the horror genre there’s a very distinct line between gore and camp that just isn’t the easiest to straddle, but Tobe Hooper's The Mangler does just that.
Shout! Factory releases the underrated Spike Lee-produced horror anthology Tales From The Hood on Blu-ray today, and their timing couldn't be better.
Scream Factory have been kind enough to release both Poltergeist II and III on Blu-ray. Read our full review of the films and the discs!
The Empire Begins – The Alchemist (1983)!
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's Metal Storm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn (1983) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective!
Shout Factory loads up their new Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Blu-ray with all the fixings to make this a delicious feast for any horror fan.
Why Shout Factory's new The Serpent and the Rainbow Blu-ray is a must own for any self-respecting horror fan.
In 1990 William Friedkin made a little horror film called The Guardian... not many saw it but Scream Factory is giving it a second life with its new Blu-ray, complete with interviews about what exactly went wrong...
1983 horror anthology Nightmares gets the Hi Def treatment from Scream Factory, we take a look to see if it's worthy of your Dork Shelf.
If you’ve never seen The Car, the new Shout Factory Blu-ray is a perfect introduction to this cult motor-monster-movie.
Shout Factory delivers two theatrical Tales From The Cryptmovies just in time for Halloween.
Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (Bill Condon, 1995) – After the explosion of rubbery VHS horror in the 1980s, the 90s was a rough decade for the genre. The slasher icons were worn out, the biggest horror trend was adding a sense of irony that diluted genuine scares, and the direct-to-video market crossed the line […]
Supernova (“Thomas Lee”, 2000) – Shout Factory have taken it upon themselves to become the new leaders in Blu-Ray genre film releases. Since launching the Scream Factory label, they’ve dug up cult classics and overlooked oddities from the genre movie vaults that are stacked with special features and fueled by fan service. Yet, in Supernova […]