July 7, 2015

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for July 7th!

Independence is ringing all across the land, which means that July is here! Along with freedom and fireworks, July has brought with it a solid crop of new BD & DVD Releases that are guaranteed to delight Horror Fans everywhere!

*Be sure to click the pics to order yourself some flicks, because let's face it, you deserve to spoil yourself.

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A shocking, riveting mind trip into the dark and dangerous corridors of a serial killer's psyche; a psyche that holds the key to saving the killer's final, trapped victim who remains alive. Making this journey into the recesses of a killer's nightmarish fantasy world is Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez), a psychologist who has been experimenting with a radical new therapy. Through a new transcendental science, Catherine can experience what is happening in another person's unconscious mind.

The Cell is a decent is a solid little Sci-Fi/Serial Killer flick that boasts some crazy visuals, many of which were inspired by actual works of art; certain scenes in the movie are so dreamy and colorful, that they actually play like living-art, which always made this movie stand out to us.

Tarsem Singh is definitely a unique and visually-oriented director, and if any movie of his is bound to stun on Blu-ray, it's The Cell. We can't wait to check it out.

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Branded as a "video nasty" in the UK, director Luigi Cozzi's Contamination takes the premise of Ridley Scott's classic Alien and peppers it with exploding guts galore and a dangerously infectious soundtrack from celebrated Italian prog-rockers Goblin (Deep Red, Suspiria). A cargo ship drifts up the Hudson River. Its crew: all dead, their bodies horribly mutilated, turned inside out by an unknown force. Its freight: boxes upon boxes of glowing, pulsating green eggs. It soon becomes clear that these eggs are not of this planet, and someone intends to cultivate them here on Earth. But who? And to what end? Starring Italian horror veteran Ian McCulloch (Zombie Flesh Eaters), Contamination is an ultra-violent sci-fi epic that really gets under the skin. In space, no one can hear you scream - but on Earth, the terror rings loud and clear!

This trashy, shameless Italian rip-off of Alien has long been one of our favorite Guilty Pleasures. With Arrow Films behind this new 1080p release, we have no choice but to add it to our collection.

  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation.
  • Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • 2014 Q&A with Cozzi and star Ian McCulloch, recorded at Abertoir Film Festival.
  • Luigi Cozzi on the Creation of Contamination - an archive documentary hosted by the director and including behind-the-scenes footage.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Gary Pullin.
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, illustrated with original archive stills and posters.

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As the nation reels from a lethal virus that turns its victims into zombies, Wade's (Schwarzenegger) daughter Maggie (Breslin) has been infected. Now, as Maggie's condition worsens, Wade will stop at nothing to protect her from the authorities seeking to kill her to eradicate the virus.

Some will tell you that Maggie is an uneventful, quiet, slow, nearly zombie-less zombie flick, and they wouldn't be wrong. Thing is though that Maggie is also a fantastic character study, and a deeply emotional story about a Father's love for his Daughter, both of which are more important than anything else going on in the movie.

We loved the hell out of this one, and will be buying it on day one.

  • "Making Maggie" Featurette.
  • Deleted Scenes.
  • Cast & Crew Interviews.
  • Audio Commentary with Director Henry Hobson.

Read our review of Maggie HERE.

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Picking up only a few weeks after the events in the new horror classic The Pact left off, this stunning sequel finds June Abbott (Camilla Luddington, Grey s Anatomy) plagued by nightmares of murder so awful that they disturb her waking life. Meanwhile, a copycat of the Judas Killer has been terrorizing her neighborhood, and when the FBI agent assigned to the case informs her of the danger, June is horrified to discover that the actions of this new killer mirror the bloody visions she s been having in her sleep. Determined to pursue her own investigation even while her grip on reality weakens, June sets off on a quest that may lead her to the horrifying truth of the Judas Killer s master plan.

Not quite as good as the first movie, we really liked The Pact 2 for what it was. Why it took so long to hit Blu-ray & DVD is beyond us, but at least it's available now for fans of the series to enjoy back to back with the first one. For our complete thoughts on the movie, check out the link to our review below.

  • Making Of Featurettes.
  • Trailer.

Read our review of The Pact 2 HERE.

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65 years after a series of brutal slayings terrorized the small town of Texarkana, the “Moonlight Murders” suddenly begin again.

While on a trip to Lovers’ Lane, 17-year-old Jami (Addison Timlin) watches as her date is brutally slain by a masked serial killer. Barely escaping with her life, she becomes obsessed with finding the man referred to as ""The Phantom."" As the body count climbs and the carnage comes closer, Jami delves deeper into the mystery, following clues that point her toward the killer’s true identity. Starring Anthony Anderson, Gary Cole, Edward Herrman, Joshua Leonard, Denis O’Hare, Travis Tope and Veronica Cartwright, The Town That Dreaded Sundown puts Texarkana back on the map for all the wrong reasons.


Another movie that has taken a questionable amount of time to hit DVD, we could have sworn that The Town That Dreaded Sundown had already been released on both Blu-ray & DVD...which shows you how much we know sometimes.

For our complete thoughts on the movie check out the link to our review below, but in general, we really loved this remake of the 70's quasi-classic. We'll be waiting for this one to hit Blu-ray before picking up a copy, but for those of you who prefer DVD, this is a great movie to add to your collection.

Read our review of The Town That Dreaded Sundown HERE.

It's pretty full down here in the bottom half of this week's releases, and some of them are solid enough to consider buying.

  • Alien Outpost and Dark Summer were alright, and most Horror Fans will probably find them worthy of at least a rental. 
  • The Treatment looks to be an interesting Thriller that will continue Artsploitation Films' streak of solid releases of late. 
  • Scream Factory's release of Robot Jox is an interesting one for us; I remember seeing this one at the show when it came out way back in 1989, and not caring for it all that much. It's since become a Cult Classic of sorts, and as cheesy as we remember it being, we also remember that seeing giant robots duking it out on the big screen was pretty cool. It's not Pacific Rim, but for lovers of all things Mech, it's a Must Own title. 
  • Deranged s the story of Ed Gein brought to life in the form of a Video Nasty from the 70's, and Spasmo is one of the oddest Gialli that we've ever seen. Both are worth a look.

On the DVD front this week...

  • Awaken actually looks pretty good.
  • Flight of the Living Dead is an above-average zombie flick that is definitely worth a look.
  • And finally we have Bitten; a mildly-popular Syfy show that its fans will surely want to own. 

Everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot. Good luck with that.

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July 6, 2015

July's Top Blu-ray & DVD Pre-Orders!

There are always plenty of new Movies and TV Shows released on Blu-ray & DVD each week, but even if we wanted to, we couldn't possibly buy them all. There are, however, always a small group of them that make us drool (figuratively) in anticipation, that we feel compelled to own.

So here are the movies seeing release in July that we are dying to get our hands on, and that we feel good about recommending to you. Don't forget to click the pics to pre-order!

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CELLAR DWELLER
1987 / Color / Not Rated / New HD Transfer!
The promising career of a horror comic book artist ends in a fiery death when he confronts the bloody carnage of his own imagination in his studio. Years later, an ardent devotee of the artist's work becomes a resident in his house, now an art academy, unaware that her imagination has revived the grotesque murderer of the past...and that she may be the next victim.

CATACOMBS
1988 / Color / Rated R / New HD Transfer!
For over 400 years, the curse of the Abbey at San Pietro was kept a secret. Buried deep beneath the monastery lies the Beast of the Apocalypse. The power of evil is unleashed when an American priest and a beautiful young schoolteacher uncover the unholy terror of a diabolical spell cast centuries ago. Now, it will take the ultimate sacrifice to stop the curse that will not be denied.

Even when they involved cheesy B-Movies from the 80's, there's just something about these 2-Packs from Scream Factory that we just can't resist. Especially when they cost under $20.

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THE OUTING (AKA The Lamp)
1987 / New HD Transfer!
An ancient genie is released from a lamp when thieves ransack an old woman's house. They are killed and the lamp is sent to a museum to be studied. The curator's daughter is soon possessed by the genie and invites her friends to spend the night at the museum, along with some uninvited guests. 

THE GODSEND
1980 / New HD Transfer!
When a strange woman has her baby at the Marlowe's house, then disappears, Kate Marlowe is forced to keep the baby, Bonnie. She loves the child, but when her own children are systematically killed, suspicion turns to Bonnie.

Same thing as above.

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Branded as a "video nasty" in the UK, director Luigi Cozzi's Contamination takes the premise of Ridley Scott's classic Alien and peppers it with exploding guts galore and a dangerously infectious soundtrack from celebrated Italian prog-rockers Goblin (Deep Red, Suspiria). A cargo ship drifts up the Hudson River. Its crew: all dead, their bodies horribly mutilated, turned inside out by an unknown force. Its freight: boxes upon boxes of glowing, pulsating green eggs. It soon becomes clear that these eggs are not of this planet, and someone intends to cultivate them here on Earth. But who? And to what end? Starring Italian horror veteran Ian McCulloch (Zombie Flesh Eaters), Contamination is an ultra-violent sci-fi epic that really gets under the skin. In space, no one can hear you scream - but on Earth, the terror rings loud and clear!

This trashy, shameless Italian rip-off of Alien has long been one of our favorite Guilty Pleasures. With Arrow Films behind this new 1080p release, we have no choice but to add it to our collection.

  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation.
  • Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • 2014 Q&A with Cozzi and star Ian McCulloch, recorded at Abertoir Film Festival.
  • Luigi Cozzi on the Creation of Contamination - an archive documentary hosted by the director and including behind-the-scenes footage.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Gary Pullin.
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, illustrated with original archive stills and posters.

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After winning a competition to spend a week at the mountain estate of his company's brilliant CEO (Isaac), programmer Caleb (Gleeson) arrives to discover he has been chosen to take part in a study of artificial intelligence. Sworn to secrecy and cut off from the outside world, Caleb meets his subject, a beguiling and seductive android (Vikander)-and is plunged into an A.I. experiment beyond his wildest dreams in this epic thriller charged with heart-stopping suspense.

Ex Machina is about as sleek and chilling of a Sci-Fi Thriller that we've seen in a long time. Excellent performances from Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, and Alicia Vikander aside, this movie is as  beautiful as it it haunting, and it should look pristine on Blu-ray.

  • "Through the Looking Glass: Creating Ex Machina" 5-Part Featurette.
  • SXSW Q&A with Cast and Crew.
  • Eight Behind-the-Scenes Vignettes.

Read our review of Ex Machina HERE.

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Gothic nightmares collide with gritty realism in this "stylish horror thriller [that] pulls you in and makes you pay attention" (Los Angeles Times)! After a spine-tingling paperback catches the imagination of bookstore clerk Virginia, she seeks out the author's second book, I, Madman. But once she opens the cover, its eerie tale of obsessive love comes to life, catapulting a disfigured, scalpel-wielding killer from the world of fiction onto the streets of Hollywood with one demented goal: to win Virginia's love, one murder at a time!

Starring one of the biggest crushes from our childhood, Jenny Wright, I, Madman is an above-average 80's flick that even earned a favorable review from Roger Ebert. We're definitely picking this Scream Factory release up on release day.

  • Audio Commentary Featuring Director Tibor Takacs With Actor & Artistic Supervisor Randall William Cook.
  • Ripped From The Pages – The Making Of "I, Madman," Featuring Interviews With Director Tibor Takacs, Actor & Artistic Supervisor Randall William Cook, Screenwriter David Chaskin, Actor Clayton Rohner, And Actress Stephanie Hodge.
  • Behind The Scenes Footage With Audio Commentary By Randall William Cook.
  • Theatrical Trailer And Home Video Trailer.
  • Still Gallery With Optional Audio Commentary By Randall William Cook.

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For 19-year-old Jay, fall should be about school, boys and weekends out at the lake. But after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter, she finds herself plagued by strange visions and the inescapable sense that someone, or something, is following her. Jay and her teenage friends must now find a way to escape the horrors that seem to be only a few steps behind

If you've been following the Horror Scene at all this year, then there's nothing that we can say about this movie that you don't already know; it's a critical darling, it's really good, and it was filmed in and around our neighborhood here in Michigan.

Alright, you probably didn't know that last part, but now you do.

  • Critics' Commentary hosted by The Nerdist's Scott Weinberg, featuring Eric D. Snider (MovieBS), Britt Hayes (Screencrush), Samuel D. Zimmerman (Shock Till You Drop), Alison Nastasi (Flavorwire) and Eric Vespe (AICN).
  • A Conversation with Film Composer Disasterpeace.
  • Poster Art Gallery.

Read our review of It Follows HERE.

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As the nation reels from a lethal virus that turns its victims into zombies, Wade's (Schwarzenegger) daughter Maggie (Breslin) has been infected. Now, as Maggie's condition worsens, Wade will stop at nothing to protect her from the authorities seeking to kill her to eradicate the virus.

Some will tell you that Maggie is an uneventful, quiet, slow, nearly zombie-less zombie flick, and they wouldn't be wrong. Thing is though that Maggie is also a fantastic character study, and a deeply emotional story about a Father's love for his Daughter, both of which are more important than anything else going on in the movie.

We loved the hell out of this one, and will be buying it on day one.

  • "Making Maggie" Featurette.
  • Deleted Scenes.
  • Cast & Crew Interviews.
  • Audio Commentary with Director Henry Hobson.

Read our review of Maggie HERE.

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Viago (Waititi), Deacon (Jonathan Brugh), and Vladislav (Clement) are vampires who are finding that modern life has them struggling with the mundane—like paying rent, keeping up with the chore wheel, trying to get into nightclubs, and overcoming roommate conflicts. The film also stars Ben Fransham as 8,000 year-old vamp Petyr, Rhys Darby, Jackie Van Beek, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stu Rutherford and Ethel Robinson.

It took us a second viewing before the humor in this movie truly clicked for us, but once it did, it had us laughing to the point of tears. If you like Mockumentary humor, then I honestly can't see how you wouldn't absolutely love this movie.

We can't wait to watch this one again, and check out it's Special Features.

  • Commentary by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi.
  • Behind the Shadows.
  • Deleted Scenes.
  • Video Extras.
  • Interviews.
  • Promo Videos.
  • Poster Gallery.

Read our review of What We Do in the Shadows HERE.

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Kornel Mundruczo's newest film is a story of the indignities visited upon animals by their supposed "human superiors," but it's also an brutal, beautiful metaphor for the political and cultural tensions sweeping contemporary Europe. When young Lili is forced to give up her beloved dog Hagen, because it's mixed-breed heritage is deemed 'unfit' by The State, she and the dog begin a dangerous journey back towards each other. At the same time, all the unwanted, unloved and so-called 'unfit' dogs rise up under a new leader, Hagen, the one-time house pet who has learned all too well from his 'Masters' in his journey through the streets and animal control centers how to bite the hands that beats him …

White God never played near us when it was in Limited Theatrical Release earlier this year, and so we've been chomping at the bit to get a hold of it on Blu-ray or VOD ever since. Either way, this movie looks fantastic, and if critics are to be believed at all, then it's one of the best movies of 2015 thus far.

Bring it on, please.

  • Behind The Scenes of White God.
  • Interview With Writer/Director Korn√©l Mundrucz√≥.
  • Interview With Animal Coordinator/Technical Advisor Teresa Ann Miller.

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With a never-before-seen, alternate cut of the film—plus 90 minutes of all-new, immersive special features—the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut takes you deeper into the X-Men universe than ever before. Rogue makes her return as the all-star characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves and unite to battle armies of murderous Sentinel robots who are hunting down mutants and humans alike!

Um... we like the X-Men movies. Don't necessarily love them, but we like them. Is there anything about a Special Cut of DOFP that we need to see? I don't know. Maybe?

Doesn't sound like much of an endorsement for a release that we're calling one of July's best, I know, but it's nothing that we need to own... of course the legions of X-Men fans out there may be of a different mind when it comes to this release, which we completely get.

If you're a fan of all things X-Men, then this is one release that you should be absolutely giddy for.

Disc 1
  • Both the Theatrical Cut of the Film and the Rogue Cut of the Film.
  • Commentary: Director Bryan Singer and Composer/Film Editor John Ottman. 
  • Commentary: Director Bryan Singer and Producer/Writer Simon Kinberg.
  • Second Screen App.

Disc 2
  • Mutant vs. Machine.
  • X-Men: Unguarded.
  • Gallery: Storyboards, Costumes & Concept Art.
  • Fantastic Four Sneak Peek.
  • Digital HD.

July 5, 2015

The Horror Eyes Archive

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We kick off every month around here with a fun little post called 10 Horror Eyes, because there's just something about terrified eyes that unsettles us, and they make for great visuals.        

We've popped a little banner on our Sidebar to group all of our 10 Horror Eyes posts together, so that they can be easily scrolled through whenever someone gets the urge to scroll through them.

Simple stuff, really. We're just giving you all a heads up.

So click the banner above to take a trip through more than 440 Horror Eyes that we've posted over the years, and be sure to check back on the 1st of every month for more.

July 4, 2015

The Art of Alain Bossuyt.

We stumbled across the work of French artist Alain Bossuyt tonight, and we just had to share it with you. We love the hell out of this type of "minimalist" art, and we'd surely hang some of these fine posters on our walls.

If you would like to see more of the man's work, you can do so by heading over to Society6.

July 3, 2015

What's New on VOD for the 4th of July Weekend?

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Most people across the U.S. of A. probably won't care what's coming out on VOD over the 4th of July weekend, because it's time to barbecue, drink to excess, and blow our fingers off with fireworks. It's time to 'Murica!

Still, there are a lot of people who won't be celebrating Independence day in crazy ways, because they have to work, are anti-social, or maybe they just hate fun. In that case, a new movie or two to watch would not be a bad thing at all.

*Click the pics below to rent the movies or checkout their trailers.

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Closer to God: A genetic scientist successfully clones the first human being, a baby girl named Elizabeth, but his work is soon threatened by a dark secret, a secret that threatens to destroy everything and everyone precious to him.

Ooh, cloning is such a controversial subject! All sarcasm aside, cloning really is a controversial subject, and any movie dealing with the topic at least earns points for being bold. The trailer looks good, and if the little clone baby ends up ripping someone's face off, we'll be happy, so rental it is!

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Exeter: During an all-night, drug-fueled party at an abandoned asylum known for the horrific treatment of its patients, a group of ordinary teens decide to experiment with the occult, mysteriously leading to a violent possession.

Another DirecTV exclusive release, Exeter looks to be an interesting Found Footage effort. Then again we've always been fans of director Marcus Nispel's work, haters be damned, so we trust him to give us something that is at least entertaining.

We'll definitely be forcing our way into the home of someone who has DirecTV to watch this one. And we won't even have to pay!

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It Follows: For nineteen-year-old Jay, Autumn should be about school, boys and week-ends out at the lake. But after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter, she finds herself plagued by strange visions and the inescapable sense that someone, something, is following her. Faced with this burden, Jay and her friends must find a way to escape the horrors, that seem to be only a few steps behind.

Two weeks before it hits Blu-ray & DVD, the runaway Indie hit of 2015 is available for purchase on Digital HD. We really liked It Follows, but much like last year's The Bababdook, we didn't find it to be the perfect Godsend that so many others did. Read our review below for our thoughts on the movie.

Since we're buying it on Blu-ray, we won't be renting this one, but if you have yet to see it, then you should definitely take the plunge.

Read our review HERE.

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Stung: An fancy garden party turns into upper class prey when a colony of killer wasps mutates into seven foot tall predators.

Finally, we have Stung; a movie about giant wasps that looks like it could either be blissfully entertaining in a cheesy way, or just horrifically bad. It's got genre great Lance Henriksen in it, so we're going to hope for the best. Either way, we'll let you know.

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July 2, 2015

Blu-ray & DVD Release Dates: July & August!

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There are only 3 months left until October begins, and that means that you have even less than that to get your Horror Marathon plans in place. Lucky for you, there's a ton of great titles hitting Blu-ray & DVD over the next few months, so organizing such a thing shouldn't be much of a problem at all.

We've updated our Blu-ray & DVD Release Dates Page for July and August, with a small preview of some of September's releases thrown in for good measure. Click the links or either of the banners to take a look, and happy pre-ordering!

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