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Anchor Bay/Scream Factory releases full specs/special features for Halloween: The Complete Collection!
8 hours ago
Fans anxiously waiting to hear the full specs/special features for Anchor Bay/Scream Factory’s upcoming epic Halloween: The Complete Collection Bluray set can now throw celebration parties, as word has arrived, fully detailing what goodies new and old are in store, when the set is unleashed September 23rd! Taking a look at the special features, there is no way that this set isn’t the Bluray release of the year. Will you fright fanatics be picking this one up?
HD transfer supervised and approved by cinematographer Dean Cundey New Audio Commentary With Director Of Photography Dean Cundey, Editor Tommy Lee Wallace And The Shape, Nick Castle Audio Commentary with Co-Writer/Director John Carpenter and Actress Jamie Lee Curtis. “The Night She Came Home” Featurette “On Location: 25 Years Later” Featurette TV Version Footage Television Spots Theatrical Trailer TV and Radio »
- Jerry Smith
21 hours ago
There is something fascinating about the end of the world. Obviously, not in a positive way. The reason we don’t see too many people welcoming the thought of the apocalypse with open arms, is because…well, the idea is downright terrifying. However, a film channeling humanity’s biggest fear is the next best thing, and well fright fanatics, Aftermath is that film.
From the beginning, Aftermath draws the audience in with a powerful beginning that properly sets up the plot of the film. Hunter (Cj Thomason), is determined to find shelter from the nuclear attack on the world that has begun, and often feels the need to go into hero mode to help out anyone who crosses his path. When he comes in contact with others who are desperately attempting survival, they quickly find a place to stay in a basement, thanks to Jonathan (Ross Britz). The shelter is cramped, »
Bluray Review: Ginger Snaps
21 hours ago
Always doing a hell of a job releasing either cult classics or long sought after genre films to special edition Blurays, Scream Factory once again does a great job with their July 22nd new Collector’s Edition Bluray release of John Fawcett’s 2000 werewolf fan favorite, Ginger Snaps. Fans wondering whether or not a double dip is necessary can rejoice, as not only does the film look better than ever, but the disc boasts enough special features to please fans and newcomers alike.
When Ginger Snaps first arrived in 2000, it gave fans of the werewolf subgenre a breath of fresh air. Instead of the standard person gets bit, then turns into lycanthrope every full moon, what set the film apart is how interesting and original its story was. Focusing on two sisters (played excellently by It‘s Emily Perkins and American Mary‘s Katherine Isabelle) who are already »
- Jerry Smith