Blu-ray Review: Goodnight Mommy

This review of Goodnight Mommy was originally written after its premiere at the Stanley Film Festival earlier this year. Additional thoughts have been added upon review of the Blu-ray, which hits shelves on Tuesday, December 1st. Enjoy! One of most unhinging films I saw at the Stanley Film Festival came from directing tandem Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz, […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Conjuring

Seeing as how I never got the chance to review James Wan’s The Conjuring when it scared up theaters back in July, I figured a Blu-ray review only made sense. Hitting shelves on October 22nd, acclaimed director James Wan’s The Conjuring follows a pair of paranormal investigators who help a family haunted by a demonic force, […]

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Cover art for The Exorcist 40th Anniversary is a stairway to hell

Just yesterday, Warner Bros. officially announced a new new Blu-ray which will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of William Friedkin’s horror masterpiece The Exorcist, featuring new special features along with the Extended Director’s Cut and Theatrical Version. And just as quickly as the devil taking over the soul of young Regan, we now have a look […]

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1958 ‘The Blob’ Goes Criterion

Mark your calendars! On March 12, 2013 The Blob is getting its much anticipated Blu-ray release through The Criterion Collection. The Blob is one of the quintessential B-movies of the 1950’s and I’m very happy to see it getting the blu-ray love that it deserves.

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Revenge Is Served Raw in ‘Bedevilled’ Trailer

After taking home the award for best film at 2010’s Fantastic Fest, Chul-soo Jang’s Korean thriller has quickly reached cult status through its horrific story of torment and great cinematic tension. Bedevilled marks Jang’s directorial debut and he proves that as a storyteller he’s going to be a force in the industry. His fascinating and intense […]

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The Missing Reel

The Missing Reel is a compilation of all things horror and what mattered throughout the week. This week we take a look at a Eli Roth’s plans for a feature length Thanksgiving film, Hammer hits youtube, a new home for The Dark Tower and more.

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