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  • TCM October 2017 Horror Schedule

    Set your DVRs, fellow horror hounds, Halloween is just around the corner, which means a greater saturation of horror movies on the small screen.  If you’re looking for a classic horror fix in the month of October, you can do no better than Turner Classic Movies, which has a...
  • Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie (1971) Blu-ray!

    A new boutique video label, Arbelos, has announced that they will launch their company with a theatrical re-release and Blu-ray debut of a 4K restoration of Dennis Hopper’s notorious follow-up to Easy Rider, The Last Movie (1971).  The announcement was made Thursday at this year’s Toronto Film Festival.  The...
  • Indicator November Releases

    Indicator, a boutique British video label from Powerhouse Films, has announced three upcoming Blu-ray releases for November — the psychic thriller The Eyes of Laura Mars (1978), the Jack Nicholson kinda-werewolf film Wolf (1994), and most excitingly, the box set The Wonderful Worlds of Ray Harryhausen – Volume Two: 1961-1964, which...
  • The Old Dark House (1932) Blu-ray Detailed

    We previously announced the Cohen Film Collection’s upcoming Blu-ray release of James Whale’s The Old Dark House (1932).  Just yesterday, the Cohen Media Group revealed the cover image and special features that will be included on the Blu-ray.  I normally wouldn’t post multiple announcements for a single movie, but this under-seen...
  • Lucio Fulci “Devil’s Bundle” from Severin Films

    Greetings, Fulci fans, Yesterday, Severin Films announced that they would be releasing Luci Fulci’s 1986 Italian erotic thriller The Devil’s Honey (a.k.a. Il miele del diavolo, 1986) on Blu-ray on September 26th.  Quickly, thereafter, they detailed a special Devil’s Bundle, which includes a limited edition NSFW slipcover, as well as...
  • The Woman in the Window (’44) Blu-ray

    Kino Lorber Studio Classics has announced that they will release the Fritz Lang-directed noir classic The Woman in the Window on Blu-ray in the upcoming months.  Full disc specs and the release date will be revealed at a later time. Here’s the announcement, directly from the label’s Facebook page:...
  • Suspiria 4K Remaster Steelbook

    The most anticipated Blu-ray release of the year is up for preorder.  Synapse has been meticulously restoring and remastering Dario Argento’s beautiful masterpiece of horror.  It will likely be one of the best looking Blu-rays you end up owning. The full release specs are below.  I’d suggest ordering this...
  • R.I.P., Jerry Lewis, The Total Film-Maker

    It’s a sad day in the Bottom Shelf.  One of my heroes is gone.  He was a nightclub comic, movie star, producer, writer, director, inventor, and humanitarian.  He could also be a son of a bitch at times, but the same could be said of all of us. Lightning struck (the...
  • Arrow Video November Titles

    The Criterion of cult, Arrow Video, posted their November Blu-ray announcements (including one late-October release) this morning. Being that Arrow is a British company, keep in mind that not all of their titles will be released both in the U.K. and the U.S., due to distribution rights. However, Arrow always...
  • Roy Colt and Winchester Jack on Blu-ray 10/10

    Kino Lorber has dated and detailed their Blu-ray release of the Mario Bava-directed Euro-Western Roy Colt and Winchester Jack (1970).  While this is considered a minor movie in Bava’s filmography, any Bava film and any Spaghetti Western will be a welcome addition to my video collection.  The disc is scheduled...
  • Porky Pig 5-DVD Set

    Bugs Bunny was not Warner Brothers‘ first animated superstar.  Five years prior to the creation of the wascally wabbit, a stuttering pig without any pants put Looney Tunes on the map.  Later this year, the studio will celebrate its portly sensation with a 5-disc DVD collection of Porky Pig’s...
  • Criterion Titles for November

    The Criterion Collection has announced its Blu-ray titles for November, including the oft requested and coveted Le Samouraï  by the great French neo-noir director Jean-Pierre Melville.  In addition, Criterion will unleash Terry Gilliam’s Jabberwocky, Donna Deitch’s Desert Hearts, and George Cukor’s The Philadelphia Story. Here are the full details on the...
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  • Set your DVRs, fellow horror hounds, Halloween is just around the corner, which means a greater saturation of horror movies on the small screen.  If you’re looking for a...
  • More Billy Wilder on Blu-ray is always a good thing; and Kino Lorber Studio Classics will be releasing the director’s 1972 romantic comedy, Avanti! on an undisclosed date in...
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