September 17, 2013

The Digital Dread Report for the week of September 17th

Another solid week for releases is upon us, and our wallet's are screaming for mercy!

The Bates Motel was a surprise for us, as we couldn't imagine a TV Show about a young Norman Bates working at all. It did work, and it worked really well. In fact, Vera Farmiga was Emmy-worthy as "Mother" in this one, and this solid show is going onto our shelves pronto.

Christopher Lee as Dracula in an old Hammer flick... sold!

All of the Tremors flicks for $29.99 is a sweet deal for us, even if we didn't love the sequels as much as the classic first flick.

Finally, we have World War Z; a flick that we thought would be a solid contender for worst of the year, which ended up being absolutely enjoyable. Whether in 3-D or 2-D, this is a must-own title for sure.

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The rest of the week's releases are rentals for us, although there are some solid flicks/TV shows here that many will want to add to their collections.

We like Arrow and Grimm, just not sure if we need to own them.

Same goes for Disconnect and Scenic Route; both were great flicks, but seeing them once was good enough for us.

All of the Classic Monster flicks pretty much speak for themselves.

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The only one that we have to warn you to avoid this week is Hidden in the Woods. You can read our review of this one right HERE, or you can just take out word for it; it's really not a good movie, and isn't very enjoyable at all.

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