We know it’s been a while since we’ve done some news, life has gotten quite hectic, but we’re slowly picking up steam again. We don’t have any toy news to report this week, however, a handful of newer horror releases have been given home video release dates.
Whelp, I can kiss another $170 goodbye. Anchor Bay and Scream Factory will release Halloween: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films, including the incredibly rare Halloween 6 Producers Cut, which is almost a completely different film from the theatrical release. Continue reading →
As with the previous Blu-ray and DVD releases, fans will be able to enjoy this groundbreaking series with pristine picture and sound as well as hours of bonus features. And for the die-hard “Walking Dead” fan, there will be a specially-created limited edition “tree walker” Blu-ray set created by McFarlane Toys. Continue reading →
Last week we announced the Twin Peaks box set is arriving July 29, which includes nearly 90 minutes of never-before-seen deleted and alternate scenes from the prequel film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me!
Today we are stoked to show you what all the box art and discs will look like. Are you excited for the release? Is this show before your time? Continue reading →
Per the studio, “Pumpkinhead will be a ‘Collector’s Edition’ (in fact, artwork is just about done) and Pumpkinhead II will be a separate release. No further details at this time but we’ll keep you posted on developments during our ‘Summer of Fear.’”
Troma has announced it will be giving everyone’s favorite, mutated janitor: The Toxic Avenger, the Blu-ray treatment. No street date has been announced, but they have released some of the special features:
*Special introduction by Troma honcho Lloyd Kaufman *New commentary track with Lloyd Kaufman *Additional commentary track with stars Robert Prichard, Continue reading →
Scream Factory’s Jeff Nelson and Cliff MacMillan, recently announced exclusively on Dread Central Live, that Motel Hell would be released on Blu-ray this summer, and have unveiled the artwork (left) for the release.
Kevin Connor’s 1980 flick will be getting the “Collector’s Edition” treatment with slipcover and the newly-designed artwork.