All tagged Blu-Ray review
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at 88 Films’ Blu-Ray release of one of the earliest “comic book movies”, Wes Craven’s compromised but charming B-Movie tale of monsters, mad men and inter-species love.
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at 88 Films’ Blu-Ray release of the notorious and hilariously bad “Video Nasty”, Cannibal Terror, directed by Alain Deruelle.
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at 88 Films’ Blu-Ray release of Antonio Climati‘s Green Inferno AKA Cannibal Holocaust 2.
Thanks to Vinegar Syndrome, Jon Cross finally gets to sit down again and watch Wacko, a movie he hasn’t seen in over 20 years and which was something of a weird, messy holy grail quest, which is finally at an end! Read his review of the film and its new Blu-Ray here.
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at the new, U.K., Limited Edition Second Sight Blu-Ray release of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's acclaimed and influential science fiction classic World on a Wire.
Jon Cross takes a look at MVD’s Unearthed Classic Blu-Ray release of The Unnamable, a rare, low budget, late 80s monster movie based on an H.P. Lovecraft short story.
Lisa Gullickson looks at Terror in a Texas Town, the Western that shouldn't have been but ducked and weaved against authority to plunge a hefty harpoon of tasty dialogue and important themes into the guts of America.
New reviewer, Marek Zacharkiw takes a look at the Arrow Blu-Ray release of Slugs.
Kyle Poling and James Saito join Jon Cross to share their love and fandom of all things Ash Vs Evil Dead.
Jon Cross takes a look at the new Blu-Ray/DVD release from Drafthouse films and MVD - RAIDERS The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made
Jim Wallace and Jon Cross review the Blue Underground Blu Ray of gonzo, time-travel, western Get Mean. With music by VooDooFuzz! and new artwork by Peter Osmond!
Jon Cross reviews Blue Underground's Blu Ray release of Venom starring Sterling Hayden, Klaus Kinski, Nicol Williamson, Susan George and Oliver Reed as Dave.
Jon Cross reviews a Nico Mastorakis double bill of Blu Rays from Arrow Video: The Zero Boys and Hired To Kill.
Jon Cross takes a look at the Arrow Blu-Ray release of Sheba, Baby.
Jon Cross takes a look at Blue Underground's release of Maniac Cop 2 & 3.