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Green Room is one of our favorite movies of 2016. It's intense, gory, and it kept us on the edge of our seats throughout. We'll definitely be revisiting this one on Blu-ray.
We love us a good Horror Documentary, and Just Desserts looks like it's going to be a really good one. Synapse may not release as much as some of the other specialty Horror labels do, but their releases are always high quality.
Definitely checking this one out.
While Road Games may not be as disturbing as many of the other recent, great French Horror films are, and it's certainly nowhere near as bloody and violent, it brings an effective Hitchcockian flavor to the game that was at least refreshing and compelling.
You can stream this one for free on Netflix, but it would still be a worthwhile pick-up on Blu-ray.
One of Fulci's final films, Cat in the Brain is an odd one in that it's mostly made up of footage from his older releases, making it a gory, crazy, film-within-a-film type of experience. It's a different kind of movie to be sure, but it's plenty sleazy and well worth adding to any Fulci Collection.
It's on our list.
One of Mario Bava's best movies, and one of the earliest and best Gialli ever made, Blood and Black Lace is finally coming to North American Blu-ray thanks to Arrow Video. We dying to see what Arrow did with this movie, and more importantly, to experience this fantastic Giallo once again.
We've been waiting for this one since January (it's release was delayed twice due to rights issues), and we're happy that we can finally own it.
- The release of Allegiant will no doubt thrill anyone who loves the Insurgent series.
- Criterion's release of Carnival of Souls is a Must Own for lovers of classic Horror flicks.
- Slasher was a decent-enough Canadian TV show, but it's streaming on Netflix, so watching it there is probably the best if you're a subscriber.
- On the DVD front, 13 Cameras and Model Hunger are two smaller flicks that look promising.
- And everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot.