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Prehysteria! Still Charms With a Fantastic Restoration [Blu-Ray Review]

I’m a longtime Full Moon fan, dating back to the third grade. Once I discovered Puppet Master, it all ballooned from there. When I started diving into the Charles Band filmography though, I was amazed...

Universal Classic Monsters

Universal Classic Monsters: The Complete 30-Film Collection is a Must Own for Classic Horror Fans [Blu-ray Review]

The Universal Monsters are and will always be the premiere legacy franchises in horror. Before New Line was the House That Freddy Built, Universal built itself on the backs of Dracula and Frankenstein...

Children of the Corn: Runaway

Children of the Corn: Runaway is a Surprising Step Up [Blu-Ray Review]

The Children of the Corn franchise has been suffering as long as it has been a franchise. The first movie has become a cult favorite, but definitely has its noticeable flaws. The sequels began an imme...

Ichi the Killer

Blu-Ray Review: Ichi the Killer is a Stunning Restoration of One of Takashi Miike’s Best

Ichi the Killer is one of the most influential movies of the early 2000s. It is absolutely one of the standout films from director Takashi Miike, which says a lot, because he’s directed over 100 of th...

Ash vs. Evil Dead

Blu-ray Review: Ash vs. Evil Dead Season Two

Ash vs. Evil Dead is a show that I don’t think any fan of the franchise actually thought they would live to see. Bruce Campbell would never shy away from trying to let fans down easy at conventions, s...

Child's Play

Blu-Ray Review: Child’s Play Deluxe Limited Edition by Scream Factory

Perhaps I mention this too much, but one more time couldn’t hurt: Child’s Play is my favorite horror film. It is one of my earliest memories of watching a horror feature, probably before I...

The Mutilator

Blu-Ray Review – The Mutilator is a Surprisingly Gory Slasher

When Ed was a young boy, he accidentally shot and killed his mother while trying to clean his father’s (Big Ed) gun. Now an adult, Ed and five of his college friends head to his father’s c...

Black Cats

Blu-Ray Review – Edgar Allan Poe’s Black Cats: Two Adaptations by Sergio Martino and Lucio Fulci

Edgar Allan Poe has been the inspiration for many filmmakers and writers over the years. Adaptations of his stories, and even his life, are all over the place and for very good reason. Tales of madnes...

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead Season 5 Blu-Ray Review

Releasing August 25 from Anchor Bay Entertainment is the jam-packed and stunning Blu-Ray + Digital HD edition of The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season. The set includes three hours of special fe...

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