Yesterday, a legendary horror actor announced she’s hopping aboard a legendary horror film series. Barbara Crampton (RE-ANIMATOR, BEYOND THE GATES) took to Twitter to share her excitement in joining the cast of the next movie in the long-running PUPPET MASTER franchise! As you can see from the post, the next installment of […]
With the next Marvel Studios picture, DOCTOR STRANGE, hitting theaters in November, it’s no surprise older film versions featuring the Sorcerer Supreme would be seeing home video releases in order to capitalize. These are some oddball early examples of superhero film-making for those die-hard comic book film fans and those who are merely curious.
Scream Factory has been on a roll with their sci-fi releases. Some fans may not like it, but just looking at what they’ve put out on Blu-ray already, from classics like ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK and MAD MAX to flicks such as ROBOT JOX, CLASS OF 1984, and R.O.T.O.R., you have a sense of what kind of science fiction fare Scream Factory seek out. Most, if not all, are low-budget and dystopian, some are exploitation, and some have horror elements. While it may not be to the purists’ liking, I think it’s awesome that Scream Factory opened its arms to these kind of drive-in/VHS sci-fi pictures and gave them a place of preservation.