Universal Brings THE PURGE: ANARCHY Home to DVD/Bluray On October 21st


Some horror fans were somewhat let down by 2013’s James DeMonaco-helmed THE PURGE and the lack of being in the middle of the plot’s carnage. Blumhouse & Platinum Dunes listened to those fans and brought this year’s sequel, THE PURGE: ANARCHY, a balls out, completely entertaining film featuring one intense performance by WARRIOR and THE GREY‘s […]

Scream Factory Announces Handful of Upcoming Titles Featuring Vampires, Spader and Punks!


As if we weren’t excited enough about Scream Factory‘s upcoming lineup of titles making their Bluray debuts, the gang at SF have decided to make horror fans’ mouths water even more, with a handful of announcements regarding even MORE upcoming titles set to be unleashed in the near future. Not only do we get an […]

Beyond Fright Review: GHOST IN THE SHELL 25th Anniversary Bluray

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Every genre has their classics, films that helped define a pivotal point, in which the tides turned and something was brought to audience that blew them away. The horror genre has the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and HALLOWEEN‘s, the action genre has their DIE HARD, TERMINATOR 2‘s etc.  When it comes […]

Full Moon Launches “FULL MOON TUNES”; Large Library of Rare Soundtracks!


Anybody who knows me is already privy to the fact that I am a Full Moon fanatic. Everything from the Empire days to the recent output, I’m a massive fan of Charles Band’s always entertaining lineup of films, so this new announcement has me (and hopefully you) smiling from ear to ear. Always one to […]



I experienced a wave of conflicting emotions during Nacho Vigalondo’s English language debut, OPEN WINDOWS. Vigalondo, best known for his 2007 breakthrough Spanish thriller TIMECRIMES, is a director who is undoubtedly gifted at telling his stories in unique ways. Crimes’ take on time travel was a solid indicator of his ability to create a tense […]

Awesome Poster Debut For Drafthouse Films’ Bloody and Wild Film, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL?


Let’s just start this out with a simple statement: SEE THIS MOVIE. Sion Sono’s COLD FISH was one genuinely unforgettable experience and now his followup, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? is set to make viewers’ eyes open even wider than before. A complete homage to 35mm action films, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY IN HELL? […]

Beyond Fright Double Review: IFC’s WOLF/HELLION


I’ve always been drawn to films that have lead characters that don’t fall into a black or white area, ones that are in a very grey place. Characters like those ones tend to stay with you after watching the films they inhabit, and are able to make you stop and think for a while, making […]

Beyond Fright Review: COLD IN JULY


Let’s just start this with an obvious statement: Jim Mickle is one of the best directors working today. Very few filmmakers have a track record as solid as Mickles, a track record of improving more and more with every single release. His 2006 debut, MULBERRY STREET showed horror fans a brand new take on a […]