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Arrow Video’s ‘Kolobos’ Blu-Ray Dives Deep into this 90s Soapish Slasher

If you told me that Kolobos translated to “pure 90s,” I would believe it one thousand percent. Because, boy does this film perfectly embody...

Arrow Video’s ‘Audition’ Blu-Ray Release Goes Deeper, Deeper, Deeper

It’s been over a decade since my first viewing experience of Takashi Miike’s Audition. I remember watching this one during a time...

‘Horror Express’ Blu-Ray Loaded with Lee, Cushing and Prehistoric Terrors

A little bit of Hammer styled horror cross-pollinated with 70s Spanish cinematic flair make up the body of Horror Express. The folks...

[Review] ‘Evil Dead 2’ Gorgeously Swallows Your Soul In 4K Ultra HD

There are a few consistencies in the horror community. Sequels, prequels, and remakes. That, and your favorite titles leaping from one home video format...

Arrow’s ‘Twelve Monkeys’ Blu-Ray is a Technical Dive Into One of Gilliam’s Best

Never has a film made the realization more clear that there is indeed a ‘Key’ in ‘Monkey’ as Terry Gilliam’s Twelve Monkeys did. The...

Bring The Crazy Evil Home With ‘Mandy’ On Blu-Ray/DVD

One of this year's best genre movies hits blu-ray and DVD today as the cinemadness that is Mandy is unleashed. Perhaps my favorite movie of...

Review: ‘The First Purge’ [Blu-Ray/DVD]

How did the United States reach a point where murder was viewed as an acceptable solution to the country’s problems?  This question is at...

‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ Now Available On DVD, Blu-Ray & 4K UHD/Blu-Ray Combo

Tuesday's have become the magical time of the week just as good as Friday; this is one hundred percent because Tuesday is movie disc...

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‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Comes Up Short at the Box Office

Coming out the year before The Walking Dead juggernaut hit the airwaves, 2009's Zombieland preceded the oversaturation of the undead in pop culture that...

TADFF Review: ‘The Furies’ is a Brutal, Bloody, Battle Royale

From writer/director Tony D’Aquino, The Furies follows Kayla (Airlie Dodds, Killing Ground) as she wakes up alone, in a box, in the middle of...

TADFF Interview: Tony D’Aquino on ‘The Furies’ and Practical Horror

The Furies is the sun-scorched feature film debut of Australian writer/director Tony D'Aquino. It's a bloody little love letter to classic slasher films that...

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Its Most-Viewed Yet

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