We had heard word that Lionsgate were going to be releasing Steve Miner’s 1989 film, WARLOCK, to Blu-ray as part of the Vestron Video Collector’s Series, but Bloody-Disgusting posted some even better news today: Vestron officially announced that they will be issuing all three movies in HD as THE WARLOCK COLLECTION!
Grab the sunblock and gas up the weed whacker…it’s time for a POOL PARTY MASSACRE! Drew Marvick (the man responsible for all this) joins us to discuss his flick which originally had a budget of $11.
Also discussed on the show is the 2001’s VALENTINE and the 1988 made-for-tv slasher EDGE OF THE AX!
We cover a handful of recent releases by Severin Films! Wild Beasts, Drive-In Massacre, The Survivor, Cathy’s Curse, Dark Waters, The Other Hell, Dream Stalker and Death By Love.
Support independent horror. That’s what I’ve said for a long ass time. Even if the films are mediocre or not your favorite, still support it. If you don’t, it will go away and none of us want that. Do you want to support independent horror? Good! You’ve come to the right place. In April […]
This week we get all Sasquatch’d up! John Portanova, director of HUNTING GROUNDS (aka THE VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH) joins us to talk about his film and to wax poetic about his favorite Bigfoot flicks.
The announcement of Cinespectral’s delay of their upcoming Blu-ray of ELVIRA, MISTRESS OF THE DARK yielded some very good news I have to share.
We have a update on a much-anticipated Blu-ray set. Cinespectral has pushed back the release date on their Limited 3-Disc of 1988’s ELVIRA, MISTRESS OF THE DARK.
The Splathouse Podcast and The Screamcast bumped uglies and created SplatCAST! We’re hoping to do these episodes a few times a year. This episode chronicles the bizarre trajectory of 1990’s MIRROR MIRROR into a quadrilogy.
I remember being about nine-years-old, and my dad rented a movie that I saw TV ads for a few months earlier. Judging from the promos, I thought it was going to be the gnarliest monster movie ever. After I saw it, I thought it was really, really lame. That film was 1986’s RAWHEAD REX, and it was the first time I was ever disappointed by a monster movie. I have not watched it since then.
In an epic What’s On Your Doorstep segment we cover over 20 films, including The Void, When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, Abattoir, Split, and Don’t Kill It. 1977’s DEMON SEED is our featured film this week, followed by 1992’s HOMEWRECKER as our VHS-OMG pick and LAWNMOWER MAN 2: BEYOND CYBERSPACE in Stream Screams.