May 10, 2016

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for 5/10!

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Lauren Cohan vs. a haunted doll; some R-Rated superhero shenanigans; a creepy & underrated Killer Kid flick from the 70's; some sentimentally classic Sci-Fi flicks from the 80's; and a bunch of other releases that we're probably never going to watch... this week is jam-packed with 21 releases for Horror fans to choose from!

For us, it's all about Deadpool this week, but The Boy and The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane have us curious.

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"Greta (Lauren Cohan) faces her worst nightmare after she takes a new nanny job and discovers that the family's son is a life sized doll, and may actually be alive."

A better movie than most give it credit for, The Boy arrives on Blu-ray today.this disc looks like it's going to be a mostly bare-bones affair, but we're fine with that.
"Witness the origin story of Wade Wilson, who adopts the alter ego Deadpool after a rogue experiment leaves him with accelerated healing powers...and a dark, twisted sense of humor."

This vulgar Superhero flick made us laugh our asses off from start to finish, which probably tells you a lot about us. Then again, we never really claimed to be all that classy or highbrow to begin with, now did we?

We loved it, and if you haven't yet had the chance to see Ryan Reynolds in the role that he was born to play, now is the time.

Special Features: 

 Disc 1: Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

  • Deleted/Extended Scenes with Optional Audio Commentary by Director Tim Miller.
  • Gag Reel.
  • From Comics to Screen.
  • Gallery (Concept Art, Costumes, Storyboards, Pre-vis, Stunt-vis)
  • Deadpools Fun Sack.
  • Audio Commentary by Ryan Reynolds and Screenwriters Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick.
  • Audio Commentary by Director Tim Miller and Deadpool Co-Creator/Comics Artist Rob Liefeld.
  • A Digital HD copy of the movie.

Disc 2: Theatrical Feature DVD

  • Gag Reel.
  • Deadpools Fun Sack.
"Growing up can be murder! Unusually bright thirteen-year-old Rynn (two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster, The Accused, Silence of the Lambs) lives in a big old house with her reclusive father... all alone. Or does she? When Rynn s nosy landlady (Alexis Smith) and a lecherous neighbor (Martin Sheen, Apocalypse Now, Badlands) begin to suspect that this little girl is hiding a dark and dangerous secret, Rynn is determined to preserve her isolated existence at any cost especially if anyone dares to go down in the cellar. A chilling and haunting cult classic, this razor-sharp story of suspense (Albuquerque Journal) also stars Scott Jacoby (Bad Ronald) and stands as a chilling, unforgettable thriller loaded with twists and turns."

The Little Girl who Lives Down the Lane is a creepy, atmospheric Thriller that delves into some pretty disturbing territory. The performances from young Jodie Foster and Martin Sheen alone make this one worth buying, but really, it's an underrated movie that deserves to be seen by today's younger audience. 

Special Features:

• Audio Commentary by Nathaniel Thompson and Tim Greer .
• Interview with Martin Sheen.
 • Conversation between Sheen and Gessner.
• Original Trailer.

+ = Purchase-Worthy
- =  Not Buying
  • + The trio of 80's Sci-Fi flicks, The Last Starfighter, The Manhattan Project, and Solarbabies, all hold special places in our hearts, as we grew up with them. They could easily make it into ur collections at some point.
  • + Regression was a solid Thriller that we liked, even if it was more of a Drama than anything else. (Read our review HERE.)
  • The Perfume of the Lady in Black, Symptoms, and You'll Like My Mother are all 70's movies that we've never seen, so we're not sure whether or not they're worth grabbing. they look interesting though.
  • - The first season of Scream: The Series will probably be popular with the younger crowd, but it's just not for us.
  • And everything else this week, as always is a crap-shoot.

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  1. Please, Please, please watch The Perfume of the Lady in Black. Is one of my favourite movie of all time. I would appreciate a review from you, as an italian girl giallo & horror fan. It's really worth a watch. Or two.

    1. Will definitely check out Perfume of the Lady in Black. I love when people recommend new Gialli to me. it's like a new adventure :)