I may lack the ability to display it outwardly, but I was very excited for Arrow’s release of Weird Science. It’s one of my all-time favorite movies, as a kid, and even now as an adult. I’ve collected the movie on every format, even Blu-ray. Unfortunately, the Blu-ray Universal released in 2013 was utter crap. […]
Synopsis: When a group of horny teens wind up on the grounds of a creepy abandoned asylum, they think they’ve found the perfect place to party. Little do they know that inside the building’s crumbling walls lurks a freakishly deformed maniac, driven to madness by the tragic loss of his fiancée in a car accident. […]
Synopsis: When Mike and his girlfriend Debbie warn the local police that a gang of homicidal alien-clowns have landed in the nearby area (in a spaceship shaped like a circus big-top, no less), the cops are naturally sceptical. Before long however, reports are coming in from other anxious residents detailing similar run-ins with the large-shoed […]
Synopsis: Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days 06 hours 42 minutes and 12 seconds. During that time he will navigate teenage life, narrowly avoid death […]
Speaking of horror-comedies and things returning, Return of the Killer Tomatoes was also recently released to Blu-ray, this time by the US chapter of Arrow Video. I know, you’re thinking to yourself “Return of the Killer Tomatoes, really?” Yes, really, and honestly, it deserves every inch of the Criterion-like treatment that Arrow Video gives their […]
If you’re in The Market for a taste of The Stuff, this disc is highly recommended.
I’ve somewhat seen Blood Rage prior to my Arrow Blu-ray viewing. I attended the 2014 Exhumed Films 24 Hour Horror-thon, which is 24 straight hours in a theater viewing horror and sleaze displayed in gorgeous 35mm. However, it was so late into the night, and so hot in the theater that I was watching it from […]
Mark of the Devil is one of those horror movies that was released back when going to the movies was an event. Where marketing slogans roped in potential ticket-purchases, and not catty online reviews and four hundred different trailers between the time a project is announced and its release dates. Most people who have a […]