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We've been waiting for what feels like forever for Bram Stoker's Dracula to get a worthy Blu-ray release (past releases have been sub-par), and now we're finally going to get to see this 90's classic in gorgeous 4K.
This is THE Blu-ray release of the week, hands down, bar none.
- 4K Restoration & Dolby Atmos soundtrack.
- Reflections in Blood: Francis Ford Coppola and Bram Stoker's Dracula.
- Practical Magicians: A Collaboration Between Father and Son.
- Rare 1993 Commentary with Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Coppola and Greg Cannom.
- Deleted Scenes.
- Audio Commentary & Film Introduction by Director Francis Ford Coppola.
- 4 Legacy Featurette.
- Exclusive new intro from director Francis Ford Coppola.
- Sleek and innovative all-new clear case packaging.
- 24-page book with rare photos.
Way better than we expected it to be, Insidious: Chapter 3 is a fitting continuation (conclusion?) to the series created by James Wan and Leigh Whannell. We'll definitely be revisiting this one at some point, and if you haven't seen it yet, it's well worth your time... if, of course, you like movies like Insidious to begin with.
- Origin Story: Making Chapter 3 Featurette.
- Deleted Scenes.
- Being Haunted: A Psychic Medium Speaks Featurette.
- Macabre Creations Featurette.
- Stunts: The Car Crash Featurette.
- Cherry Glazerr: Tiptoe Through the Tulips Featurette.
One of the best TV Shows on any channel, Penny Dreadful is a Must See for anyone who loves Gothic Horror. Or great acting. Or Eva Green. Especially Eva Green.
Day one for us.
- Video Production Blog.
- Reeve Carney Round Table.
- History of the Occult.
- Character Profile.
- Evelyn Poole's Mansion.
- Interview/Behind the Scenes.
- Dark Places was a really solid Thriller from the author of Gone Girl, that kept us happily glued to the screen up until the end, which left us kind of flat... just like Gone Girl. The woman tells great stories, but she sucks at ending them. Definitely worth a watch though. Read our review HERE.
- Alleluia is one that is still on our To Watch list, but from what we understand, it's pretty gritty and disturbing, so we're all in.
- Final Girl is a pretty movie that doesn't have a lot of substance to it... but it's pretty. Maybe you should read our review HERE to see if it's for you.
- We Are Still Here was a solid Haunted House flick that we didn't love quite as much as everyone else who has seen it, but we still managed to enjoy it on some level. Barbara Crampton and Larry Fessenden are great in this. Read our review HERE.
- Speaking of Haunted House movies, Burnt Offerings is a 70's classic that we're really eager to check out on Blu-ray.
- Air, Amnesia, Nocturna, Last Shift, and The Stranger all look fairly interesting.
- Vikings is one of the best shows on TV, and definitely one that we want to own on Blu-ray... especially since the Blu-rays offer uncut and unedited episodes. So, boobs.
- AHS: Freak Show we'll take a pass on. Not fans at all.
- The various Hammer Movies are worth checking out for anyone who is a fan of the classics.
On the DVD Front this week...
- Hidden was a decent Post-Apocalyptic flick offers a cool twist. Read our review HERE.
- Curve, Gravy, June, and Pod look alright, and might be worth a watch.
- Everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot.