“Exorcist III” looks beautiful and scary in 4K UHD, and the new sound mix is surprisingly subtle.
The original 1974 “Black Christmas” comes to 4K UHD.
Scream Factory’s 4K UHD of The Company of Wolves gives the ’80s werewolf film a fresh new look with some fun bonus features.
Scream Factory’s Return of the Living Dead 4K UHD shows off all the practical zombie effects and keeps all the Blu-ray bonus content.
After giving Candyman a Blu-ray special edition in 2018, Scream Factory upgrades it to 4K UHD. It still includes the Blu-ray discs with the theatrical and unrated cuts and all the extras included with those. They’ve also reconnected with Vanessa Estelle Williams for a new interview. Candyman looks evocative and atmospheric in 4K. You see […]
Just in time for Christmas, Scream Factory has released a new edition of Krampus. The naughty cut runs about four minutes longer, with the deleted scenes reinstated and explicit language uncensored. It doesn’t really change the film but it’s nice to have the option. Plus, it’s a 4K UHD upgrade for those with the equipment. […]
Deadly Friend is nobody’s favorite Wes Craven movie, least of all Craven’s. Even if it doesn’t compare to Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream or The People Under the Stairs, Deadly Friend is a hoot. It’s teens playing with powers over their heads, in this case robotics. Samantha (Kristy Swanson)’s abusive father ends up killing her. […]
NIGHT OF THE CREEPS: Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review The Movie Synopsis Fraternity pledges (Jason Lively, Steve Marshall) pull a prank with a frozen body and let sluglike creatures loose on campus. Directed By: Fred Dekker Written By: Fred Dekker Starring: Jason Lively (Chris), Steve Marshall (J.C.), Jill Whitlow (Cynthia), Tom Atkins (Ray Cameron), Wally […]
Back in the ‘90s, Scream brought horror back big time. Because it’s hook was a clever meta take on the rules of horror movies, the late ‘90s horror wave also tried to have some hook. Urban Legend had a killer recreate urban legends. The best kill is probably not an urban legend, when the dean […]
Scream Factory had previously released the Candyman sequels on proper Blu-ray. Now they finally got to the original. As a testament to how vital the original film was, both Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd participate in bonus features. The film is perfectly clear and maintains the film look of 1992, with grain. The grittier it […]