Archive for August 2019

Arrow Bringing Original ‘RoboCop’ to Blu-ray in US & UK with Brand New Bonus Features

Arrow Video made their November release announcements this morning, and among the titles coming later this year is a brand new Blu-ray release of Paul Verhoeven’s classic RoboCop! “The future of law enforcement is back in a definitive Blu-ray presentation packed with hours of brand new bonus features and exclusive collectable packaging,” Arrow says. The…

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The Rich Hunt the Graboids in Seventh ‘Tremors’?

The Tremors films are fun and all, but they’re becoming a bit stale with sequel after sequel heading directly to disc and streaming platforms. Thankfully, the filmmakers behind these films are ready to jump the Graboid. Earlier this year, Michael Gross announced that he has signed contracts to return once again as Burt Gummer in…

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New Sequel ‘Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island’ Will Be Available One Month Early at Walmart

The beloved 1998 film Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island gets a brand spankin’ new sequel this year with the original movie Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island, which is set to be released on Digital September 3 and DVD October 1. But if you want to get the physical copy even sooner, we’ve just learned that Walmart will be selling it on September…

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IFC Cuts into Festival Fav ‘Knives and Skin’

IFC Midnight has acquired North American rights to Jennifer Reeder’s coming-of-age thriller Knives and Skin, which played at Berlin, Tribeca, and Fantasia, reports Deadline. Next festivals for the feature will be Fantastic Fest and Deauville, ahead of IFC’s release in December on VOD platforms. The film, “Follows the investigation of a young girl’s disappearance in…

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New Horror Anthology ‘Nightmare Cinema’ Comes to VHS With Limited Edition Release

Featuring segments directed by Mick Garris, Joe Dante, David Slade, Ryuhei Kitamura and Alejandro Brugues, the horror anthology Nightmare Cinema (read our review) is essentially a low-key reboot of the “Masters of Horror” television series, and it’s a damn good time. It’s also loaded with gory practical effects, particularly in the standout opening segment. Brugues crafts a gory slasher with a fun…

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Fresh Trailer Unearthed for ‘Antrum’, the Deadliest Film Ever Made [Trailer]

After premiering at last year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Uncork’d Entertainment acquired the North American rights to distribute Else Films’ underground horror feature Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made. But before it gets released, the indie film will play at the Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival on Thursday, September 26 at 10 pm. Tickets now on…

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There’s a Third ‘Deep Blue Sea’ in the Works

While extraordinarily early in the development phase, Production Weekly is reporting that there will be a third Deep Blue Sea, with Netflix being listed as producers. There are no other details as of this writing. The franchise first started back in 1999 with the Renny Harlin-directed thriller in which a group of scientists on an…

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