Bluray Review: SCARECROWS


Let’s just be honest and get this one out of the way: you should be doing back-flips over this excellent release from the horror genre’s buddies, Scream Factory. There are fun titles that come out and are enjoyable, and then there are films like 1988’s gory and terrifying SCARECROWS, a film so under-appreciated, that this […]

Bluray Review: MAD MAX


Easily one of the most influential films of all time, George Miller’s 1979 post-apocalyptic classic, MAD MAX, hits shelves today is a Collector’s Edition Bluray, and like a lot of Scream Factory’s output, it’s a sight to be seen. Whether you’re putting on your leather boots and outfits in anticipation of the greatly anticipated MAD MAX: […]



Scream Factory brings the toilet scare of many children who grew up in the ’80s back, with their new Bluray double feature release of the GHOULIES/GHOULIES II, and the big question of how it stacks up against previous SF releases can now be answered: it does quite well. The small creature-filled film and its sequel […]

Bluray Review: CLASS OF 1984


Mark L. Lester’s 1982 cautionary tale, CLASS OF 1984, makes its Bluray debut and takes the cake as far as Scream Factory’s recent releases go, easily being the most entertaining and definitely a must-own for any collectors of not only cult cinema but great films in general. Not only does the teachers vs. students classic look […]

Bluray Review: CARRIE (2002)/THE RAGE: CARRIE 2 (1999) Double Feature

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Scream Factory gives a double dose of telekinetic angst and revenge with the double feature of 2002’s Bryan Fuller (TV’s Hannibal)-scripted TV adaption of CARRIE and 1999’s THE RAGE: CARRIE 2, which is a sequel to the original 1976 film version of Stephen King’s novel. Done scratching your heads in confusion? We took a look […]



Fans of Tobe Hooper’s 1986 film INVADERS FROM MARS can jump for joy, with Scream Factory’s new Collector’s Edition bluray hitting shelves, and it’s definitely a release to check out. Loaded to the brim with brand new and retro special features, the film does an excellent job of bringing back not only a sense of […]

Beyond Fright Review: IN YOUR EYES


There’s just something special about the way Joss Whedon writes. Whether it by Firefly/SERENITY, Buffy The Vampire Slayer or hell, THE AVENGERS, the guy has a knack for wit and well developed characters. While I typically refrain from jumping into romantic comedies/dramas, when the Whedon-written IN YOUR EYES appeared in my mailbox, it was just too […]



Hitting hard and refusing to let go for even a single second, the Greg Francis-helmed POKER NIGHT does what most horror/mystery films strive to do: keep its audience engaged. Told through flashbacks mixed with a present day mystery, the film is a rare gem, one that boasts an ensemble cast that, together, shows you what […]