Here you have another Scream Factory title, which will be judged a little harsher than usual. MGM recently released its own Blu-ray version of Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, and for the most part, it was just fine. In addition to the MGM Region A release, there was also an Arrow Video-released Region B Blu-ray, which […]
If during the Nineties, you were a male between the ages of puberty, and dead, it is likely that you actively sought, and consumed the movie Species. It was basically Aliens with lots of nudity. It was supermodel Natasha Henstridge’s first movie, and cemented her position in spank-banks the world over. Some people may be […]
Look, I don’t have a lot to say about these two movies, so I’m going to try and keep it short, and sweet. One of these, The Boy, is a film produced by Elijah Wood’s new horror movie production company, SpectreVision called The Boy, featuring Rainn Wilson and David Morse, and the other is an […]
Sonny Boy is not a “feel-good” movie. I’ll just go ahead and get that out of the way right now. It’s actually kind of a drag. That’s not to say that it isn’t a well-made and effective movie, because it is, but man, was that movie hard to watch. In the interest of full-disclosure, this […]
I swore before pressing play on Scream Factory’s new Blu-ray release of the gritty 1988 serial killer thriller Jack’s Back, starring a cool-as-hell James Spader, that I had seen the movie before. I recalled absolutely nothing that I witnessed, so I’m going to assume that I never actually got around to seeing it, or that […]
Usually when I think of movies which deserve the “Collector’s Edition” treatment, Garbage Pail Kids does not come to mind. But Scream Factory did it anyway, so here we are. I haven’t seen this movie since I was pretty young. I didn’t like it, and it really holds no sentimental value for me at all. […]
For a decade, fans have waited for the Tales From The Crypt movies, Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood to make their Blu-ray debut. Along the way, some very expensive import versions were released, but as tempting as that was, I knew Scream Factory would be the one who would release the definitive editions of […]
I have a rocky relationship with Shocker. I’ve always really wanted to like it, but for some reason I just couldn’t get past its cheesiness. I’ve long considered it to be Wes Craven’s second-least favorite film of mine, following The Hills Have Eyes(Yes, I’m one of those guys who prefers the remake.) I’m not certain […]
Some say, after a certain point in time, John Carpenter hit a downfall, and hasn’t made a movie that compares to his earlier work since that day. Those same people often neglect to mention that another “Master of Horror,” Wes craven, has had such a spotty career that it would be hard to even pinpoint […]
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Release of Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers Is Reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray releases of Sleepaway Camp II and III are reviewed, and highly recommended.
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Escape From New York is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Class of 1984 is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release of The Offspring, AKA From a Whisper to a Scream is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release of Exterminators of the Year 3000 is reviewed.
It feels sort of weird, reviewing the sequel to Candyman without having the first film released to Blu-ray yet. I understand, however, that another distro company supposedly holds the rights to the film, with intentions on a Blu-ray release some time in the future, so it’s not something I’m holding against Scream Factory. I know they […]
In late October, the director’s cut of Nightbreed was finally unleashed upon hungry fans. We’ve been waiting for that release for what seems like decades, and its pre-order phase was met with the appropriate internet buzz, both good and bad. Now Scream Factory are dropping another Clive Barker film upon us, and it too comes […]
A precocious girl, her nasty parents, two punk-rock losers and a weak-kneed salesman inadvertently become the guests of two ghoulish senior citizens in their dark, haunted mansion. The old couple makes and collects dolls that, when not sitting still like good little mannequins, creep around in the night, offing the guests one by one! You may laugh at first, but if they turn on you, you’ll regret it…for the rest of your short life!
His myth has endured for generations. His legacy is eternal rage. And now he’s back… with a vengeance! A film by award-winning filmmaker Bill Condon (Gods And Monsters, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn) and based on legendary Clive Barker’s popular short story, CANDYMAN: FAREWELL TO THE FLESH continues the tale of the phantom-like figure who wreaks a terrible fate upon those who chant his name five times while looking into a mirror…
Based on Dylan Thomas’ original screenplay, this shocking horror-thriller stars Timothy Dalton as Thomas Rock, a brilliant young anatomy professor in 1820s Edinburgh. At first accepting only the cadavers provided him for study – those of a few hanged criminals per year – Rock eventually recruits two grave robbers (Jonathan Pryce and Stephen Rea) to secure a better supply of corpses. Coming to the gory conclusion that they will earn more the “fresher” the corpses, the two begin committing murder and delivering warm bodies to the doctor’s lecture chambers. Also starring Julian Sands, Patrick Stewart and Twiggy, The Doctor and the Devils brings classic chills from start to finish!