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ZOMBIE HIGH BLU-RAY
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I love it when I get horror movies that I haven’t seen and ZOMBIE HIGH was one of them. Released by Scream Factory, the awesome company who end up finding some amazing jems of horror

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Quackerz
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Sometimes random movies end up in my mail box that I wasn’t expecting. QUACKERZ was one of them. This animated comedy is being released on DVD and two disc blu-ray 3D combo pack (which includes

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BLOOD AND LACE BLU-RAY
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“Shock after Shock after Shock as Desire drives a bargain with Death!” Scream Factory present BLOOD AND LACE on Blu-ray! I have never heard of this film before and I was very excited to watch it.

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From director John McNaughton (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer) comes The Harvest. Also known as Can’t Come Out to Play in the UK, The Harvest was released in 2013 at the Chicago International Film

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Ghost Town
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The good. The bad. The Satanic. That’s the tag line for the newest Scream Factory release, Ghost Town. I was excited to watch this movie because I am all about haunted places. This is another

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Scream Factory CELLAR DWELLER CATACOMBS
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I am back with another blu-ray review from the fine folks at Scream Factory. This double feature blu-ray includes two films from the 80’s – Cellar Dweller and Catacombs. Ahhh 80’s horror, my favorite kind –

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Reptilicus
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They are monstrous, indestructible, angry, and they are here to ruin your summer! The folks at Scream! Factory have another fine double-feature release for you! For the first time on Blu-ray; TENTACLES and REPTILICUS. These

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Sleeping Beauty, one of the classic Disney movies. Aurora was one of the first Disney princesses but really what was the one element that stood out for a lot of people, mainly boys I would

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Hayao Miyazaki is a household name in Japanese animations, well-known for his charming stories and innovative style across the world. I was lucky enough to attend the Japanese Film Festival last week and was treated to The

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I was invited along to the press screening of Labor Day last Friday, from what I knew about  the filmed it starred an unusual cast which was lead by Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet. Among

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I would never accuse Josh Johnson‘s documentary Rewind This! of being nostalgic as that would be doing his film a great disservice. There are plenty of homages to an era now passed but he never

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