UPDATE: The Deluxe Limited Edition is now sold out, but here are some instruction on how you can still have a chance of scoring a copy: “Please note for those missed out that we typically have a handful of cancelled pre-orders prior to shipment. For those who missed out, but are still interested in […]
For those of you who were unable to get the limited Steelbook edition Blu-ray of Dario Argento’s 1982 giallo, TENEBRAE, earlier this year, there’s good news. Synapse has just announced they will be releasing the film as a single disc edition for wide release. Coming to both Blu-ray and DVD, TENEBRAE will be available on September 13th
With his breakout hit Saw, to his recent descent into the paranormal with the Insidious franchise and now The Conjuring franchise, James Wan doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Branching out in non-horror with Furious 7 and now tackling Aquaman for Warner Bros, Wan doesn’t seem to want to be pigeonholed as a horror director. But we think that’s what he does best. When James Wan is firing on all cylinders like he did with The Conjuring 2, we don’t mind having him continue to scare the shit out of us. This week, Brad, BJ and Sean discuss James Wan’s career and The Conjuring 2.
Chris Alexander is very familiar to horror fans. Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Chris has made a name for himself as a film critic, which lead to a stint with Fangoria as editor-in-chief, co-founder/EIC of Delirium magazine, and now serving as managing editor of ShockTillYouDrop.com. In addition to his current gig, Alexander has made the leap to making horror movies, beginning with his 2012 directorial debut, BLOOD FOR IRINA. His latest feature is a “spiritual sequel” entitled QUEEN OF BLOOD, an experimental period vampire film that, while it may not be for all tastes, is worth a glance.
On The ScreamCast, we talk a lot about Blu-ray releases from territories outside the United States. We stress how important it is for film fanatics and collectors to invest in a region-free Blu-ray player. That’s because we all realize that a substantial amount of our favorite movies are not available on Blu-ray or DVD in North America, or they’re saddled with being slapped on an inferior product. That’s why we feel the need to inform you about international labels. You’re not only able to grab more of your favorite horror/cult/exploitation movies, but you can also choose which edition (U.S. or Foreign) is worth your money. One company we thought we should let you know about is U.K.’s Screenbound Pictures, the home video wing of Screenbound Entertainment. Their releases can be purchased through the website, Classic Films Direct.
Scream Factory Reveals Final List of Bonus Features for INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS ’78 Collector’s Edition
Scream Factory sure are giving fans bang for their buck with these Collector’s Editions this year. Their CE of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE PART II, as well as the upcoming RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD and John Carpenter’s THE THING are filled to the brim with bonus features. We can now tell you that another upcoming Collector’s Edition Blu-ray is following suit, and that’s the 1978 remake of INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS.
Our sponsors, Vinegar Syndrome, are now taking pre-orders for their July slate of releases! Included in this package is another film from the mind of Rudy Ray Moore, PETEY WHEATSTRAW! After deciding to take their “break month” in June, the label stated on their Facebook page that, “As it currently stands, between July and […]