The Ultimate Box Set of Universal Classic Monsters on Blu-ray November 2, 2012
Archive for the Horror Classic Category
Alfred Hitchcock The Masterpiece Collection on Blu-ray Hi-Def
Blu-Ray Release: May 8th, 2012
So here we have Synapse’s first 42nd Street Forever collection on Blu-Ray and it’s called 42nd Street Forever: Blu-Ray Edition (naturally). The series, if your just getting caught up, is made up of various exploitation trailers from the ‘50s through the ‘80s, though heavily skewed towards the ‘70s (42nd street’s heyday).
Blu Ray Release: October 19, 2010
“Oh God Mother! Blood, blood!”
Studio: Image Entertainment
Blu Ray Release: September 6, 2011
Wes Craven’s 1977 cult classic on blu ray. Can this disc in the Midnight Madnes Series be any better than the blu ray releases of Children of the Corn, Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser II?
Studio: Full Moon Entertainment
DVD Release: October 21, 2011
Full Moon Entertainment’s Grindhouse series continues with another compilation DVD called Filmgore, centering on some of the bloody exploitation films from the 1960′s and 1970′s. This one is hosted by Elvira which is a more suitable person to host for this type of thing.
Review by Craig Sorensen
A rocket crashes in the English countryside. The brainchild of Professor Quatermass (Brian Donlevy of “Gammera the Invincible”), the rocket and it’s crew of three had gone missing before plummeting back to earth…
American International Pictures / MGM Studios Theatrical Release Date: 1970 Director: Bob Kelljan Review by James Klien Before vampires became sexy and cool, they used to be scary. Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee did it best but every once in awhile a vampire film would pop up that would surprise me at how good it [...]
MGM Studios/United Artists Theatrical Release Date: September 1963 Director: Sidney Salkow Review by James Klein Ahh, I have returned to the anthology film. It’s still one of my favorite types of movies and Vincent Price was in many back in the 1960′s. He and Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing were in numerous horror anthology films. [...]