It's only fair.
There's no shortage of great titles hitting Blu-ray & DVD this month, and this week kicks things off in particularly strong fashion... and now we'll start stocking up for Halloween.
*Be sure to click the pics to get your Horror fix!
A solid little Backwoods Thriller about a bear that hates people and wants to eat their face, Backwoods is a great Killer Animal flick that we're eager to re-watch over the next few weeks. Check out our review below to get the in-depth scoop on the movie.
- Audio Commentary With Writer/Director Adam MacDonald And Actors Missy Peregrym And Jeff Roop.
- Behind-The-Scenes Featurette.
- Theatrical Trailer.
- Still Gallery.
We had a few issues with The Blood Lands (aka White Settlers), but it was still a mostly enjoyable Home Invasion flick. Aside from the issues. It's probably worth a purchase for some, but more likely a rental will suffice for most.
Another imperfect movie that we really enjoyed, Dark was the Night is a Must See for any fan of Kevin Durand. Peep the review below for more.
One of the absolute best movies that we've seen in 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road is a Day One Purchase for us, and should be in your shopping cart if you like crazy, kick-ass, Post-Apocalyptic mayhem. Honestly, this movie was fantastic, and aside from Straight Outta Compton, it's the best one of the Summer of 2015.
Buy it and love it. You won't be sorry.
- Maximum Fury: Filming Fury Road.
- Mad Max: Fury on Four Wheels.
- The Road Warriors: Max and Furiosa.
- The Tools of the Wasteland.
- The Five Wives: So Shiny, So Chrome.
- Fury Road: Crash & Smash.
- Deleted Scenes.
We're really, really excited to see Felt, but we're also really, really hoping it ends up being more than a "Men are evil, and we have to stop them!" sort of a thing.
We'll check it out and review it as soon as a copy is in our hands. Fingers crossed.
MST3K is the shit, and if you like to laugh at bad movies, then you really need to familiarize yourself with this crew and their witty antics. If you're already down with MST3K, then carry on.
- Catalina Caper.
- The Creeping Terror.
- The Skydivers.
- The Curse of Downers Grove (Review) was a decent Teen Terror flick that wasn't quite what we thought it would be... but it was still enjoyable. Kinda.
- We really liked The Harvest (Review), if only to bear witness to Michael Shannon's unique brand of intensity. Good flick though.
- Lost After Dark looks like it could be some cheesy fun.
- If we didn't already own all of the Mad Max movies, then the Mad Max Anthology would be a no-brainer of a purchase for us.
- That Christopher Lee Collection is worthy of a look.
- Dark Star looks to be a Documentary that we'd love.
- The trailer for Run, Hide, Die looks promising, so we'll give it a shot.
- Everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot.