Today, Arrow Video revealed their slate of releases for the month of June. It’s a lighter load than usual, but the highlight of the bunch more than makes up for it. Street-dated for June 19th and 20th in the UK and North America (respectively) is the return to Blu-ray of Dario Argento’s classic directorial […]
The Case of 22 Neo-Giallos Laying In The Red Silk Midnight With Bloodstained Orchids and Laughing Windows
Giallo is a dying genre. It was never really successful by any means, but it did gain a huge cult following, inspiring countless filmmakers, and cinematographers around the globe. One of the main reasons the genre died, in my opinion, was because no one tried to reinvent it, leading to a constant barrage of black gloved killers with a Goblin or Goblin-esque score. There wasn’t anything wrong with that by any means, but it’s one of the reasons why the genre went away. You could even say the same thing for the slasher genre…
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
Brad and Sean dig into Arrow Video’s fantastic Killer Dames box set to discuss THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE and THE RED QUEEN KILLS SEVEN TIMES. Both films (directed by Emilio P. Miraglia) were released in 1972 and finally receive the treatment they deserve! Also discussed is William Brent Bell’s (Stay Alive, Wer) newest film THE BOY, which was (in our opinion) unfairly shat upon critically when it was released.
With the release of THE EDITOR, AStron-6 is quickly rising to the top of the “DROP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND WATCH THEIR SHIT!!” list. Today we are discussing The Editor (out now on Blu-ray via Scream Factory) and Astron-6’s commitment to bring male frontal nudity into the forefront of respectable modern cinema.