Shout Factory

Midnight Run Blu-ray Review

Shout Factory releases the under-appreciated 1988 comedy gem Midnight Run on Blu-ray today. Read our review to find out which actor gave the best interview for this special edition, and who might have phoned it in.

Manhunter Blu-ray Review

Shout! Factory has produced a near-perfect Blu-ray of the 1986 cult classic Manhunter, there's just one thing that could have made it better.

Death Becomes Her Blu-ray Review

Death Becomes Her was a 90s oddity remembered mainly for its special effects and hammy performances, if at all. Leave it to Shout! Factory to remind us of this forgotten unofficial tale from the crypt with the release of a brand spanking new Blu-ray.

Invasion U.S.A. Blu-ray Review

Make room on your Dork Shelf next to Commando and Cobra for Invasion U.S.A, another so-ridiculous-its-great 80s action movie co-authored by cocaine.

The Guardian Blu-ray Review

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...

Hellions Blu-ray Review

Continuing their recent trend of releasing indie Canadian horror flicks on Blu-ray, Shout Factory brings us a nice HD transfer of Hellions, but no tricks to go with this treat.

Nightmares Blu-ray Review

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.

The Car Blu-ray Review

If you’ve never seen The Car, the new Shout Factory Blu-ray is a perfect introduction to this cult motor-monster-movie.