We’re about to get waist deep in Scream Factory‘s Summer Of Fear! There’s a lot of great releases coming out this summer, so we figured we’d give you a list right here. Bookmark this page because we’ll be adding pre-order links as they become available!
Scream Factory has revealed the new key art for their upcoming Collector’s Edition of the cannibalistic chainsaw-wielding slasher MOTEL HELL! The new art comes from veteran Scream Factory artist Nathan Thomas Milliner (Day of the Dead, Sleepaway Camp, The Burning, etc.)
Scream Factory’s “Summer Of Fear” is now complete with their announcement of 1980’s Without Warning! This is the first time this movie will be available in any format in the U.S. so it’s kind of a big deal.
This week we cover Scream Factory’s “Summer Of Fear” and then dive into the a “contemporary” Scream Factory release, Larry Fesseden directed BENEATH.
This week, we discuss Scream Factory’s release of 1980’s THE ISLAND. A surprisingly brutal, mean and bat-shit crazy movie involving Michael Caine and pirates, brought to you by the author of JAWS! Helping us dissect this forgotten piece of cinema is Morgan Peter Brown (Absentia).
The 1989 underwater thriller LEVIATHAN will be heading to Blu-ray this August thanks to cult/B-movie darlings Scream Factory! Directed by George P. Cosmatos and starring Peter Weller, Richard Crenna, Daniel Stern, Ernie Hudson, and Michael Carmine, the film follows an underwater mining crew who uncovers a deadly genetic mutation.
This week Sean and Brad discuss the merits of Gregory Hines as a genuine action star in Eve Of Destruction, Dolph Lundgren’s best film “I” Come In Peace, and electronic cigarette etiquette.
The overall entertainment value of Eve Of Destruction resides between movies like Terminator 3 and Species. Let that gauge how you’ll approach the movie. The violence is ballsy, this is one of those “innocent bystanders get blown away and we’re not afraid to blast children either!” flicks.
For Bad Dreams alone, this disc is worth a look. Visiting Hours is a fun pairing for a double feature, but as a stand-alone horror film it’s pretty weak.
I usually prefer the original poster key art for Scream Factory‘s Collector’s Edition titles, but goddamn! Artist Justin Osbourne (Prince of Darkness, The Fog, Lifeforce) has outdone himself here! Today Scream Factory unveiled the key art to the August 5th release of Brian De Palma’s 1974 classic rock-horror experience THE PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE. This […]