DVD and Blu-ray Releases: November 28, 2017

DVD and Blu-ray Releases: November 28, 2017

There are some nice titles, although we just have a small couple of releases nowadays.

Probably the most well-received of the releases this week is M.F.A.    You may read more about this revival styled film .

As far as classics are involved, you can pick up 1972’s from Blue Underground.   Also you can pick up the Kinect for 1968’s Death Laid An Egg or the Kathy Bates and James Caan classic Misery.

If you enjoyed the film 2014’s Creep, Creep two will soon be heading to your shelves weekly.   You can read more about it from those directly affected: along with.

Keep checking back as the subsequent two months are delivering at least 30 total titles which we’re going to go over.   As always viewing.


Mark Duplass, Karan Soniel

Sara, a video artist mainly focused on producing familiarity with lonely guys, thinks she might have found the subject of her dreams after coming across a stranger’s internet post. Unable to withstand the chance to make a bit of art, she agrees to drive to spend the afternoon. But she finds she might have dug himself into a hole from, as the afternoon goes on.

Jean-Louis Trintignant, Ewa Aulin, Gina Lollobrigida

Possibly the most populous giallo ever led, Death Laid An Egg (1968) is still an actual wayward masterpiece of kaleidoscopic Italian counterculture cinema. Directed by largely unsung iconoclastic auteur Giulio Questi (Django Kill! , Arcana) and starring legendary top man Jean-Louis Trintignant (The Conformist) as a married guy which may or might not be a serial killer, Gina Lollobrigida (John Huston’s Beat The Devil) as his tasty yet overly domineering careerist wife, along with Swedish blond bombshell Ewa Aulin (Chocolate) as his murderous double-crossing mistress, the film is your virtual giallo equivalent to Godard’s Weekend in terms of its crass vehicle crash fetishism, savage anti-bourgeois sentiments, along with entire anarchic spirit. Set largely in a hi-tech automated poultry factory that breeds mutant boneless chickens.Death Laid An Egg is a more socio-politically sophisticated avant-garde giallo that is more pertinent today than when it was first released with regard to its quite modern depiction of the battle of the sexes and the perils of technologies. The initial Italian “beautifully edited” giallo variant is presented by Cult Epics in High-definition and using brand new bonus features.

Deathdream (1972) (Limited Edition Combo)

Anya Ormsby, John Marley, Lynn Carlin, Richard Backus, Henderson Forsythe


In this shattering variation on “The Monkey’s Paw,” grief-stricken suburban parents (Academy Award® nominees John Marley of The Godfather and Lynn Carlin of Faces) refuse to take the news that their son Andy (Richard Backus) has been killed in Vietnam. However, if Andy returns home shortly after, something might be terribly wrong: Andy is alive and well… or is he? Produced and directed by Bob Clark (Black Christmas) and composed by Alan Ormsby(Deranged), Deathdream was one of the very first films to confront the domestic ravages of the Vietnam War. More than forty decades later, it is still one of the horror movies of all time.    

Deathdream was released under many diverse titles, including Dead Of Night, The Night Walk and The Night Andy Came Home, also marked the gruesome introduction of stunt effects legend Tom Savini (Dawn Of The Dead). Blue Underground is proud to present this acclaimed zombie shocker in a new 2K recovery from the 35mm negative in its version along with fresh and original Extras exclusive to this release!

Leah McKendrick, Francesca Eastwood, Clifton Collins Jr. Andrew Caldwell

Francesca Eastwood gives a breakout performance as an art student who is sexually attacked at a party. After struggling to obtain any support from her college she impulsively confronts her offender — a decision that has consequences that are deadly. Since she tracks down fellow rape survivors, an unlikely vigilante is already born.

Misery (1990) (Blu-Ray Collector’s Edition)

Novelist Paul Sheldon does not remember the blinding blizzard that sent his car spinning off the road. He does not recall being nursed back from unconsciousness. But he won’t ever forget Annie Wilkes.

James Caan and Academy Award winner Kathy Bates star from the bone-shattering thriller Misery, adapted from the novel by Stephen King. Since Paul (Caan) recuperates from his injuries from the secluded cottage of his benefactor Annie (Bates), he starts to find that beneath the apparently kind and naïve outside his self-described “number one fan”, lurks a brain that is cunning, unhinged, and bent on retaining her favorite author as her private prisoner for the remainder of his “cock-a-doodie”, life … and also Sheldon must engage his savior-turned-captor in a battle of wills that can push them both to the verge.

Adapted by two-time Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman and directed by Rob Reiner (Stand By Me, The Princess Bride), Misery is considered by fans and critics (number ones and many others) to be one of the greatest horror-thrillers of all-time. Revisit this classic tonight with your friends … afterwards, Misery loves company.


Trailer Trauma 4: Television Trauma (2017)

They have wreaked havoc at the drive-in… they have assaulted the all-night horror-thon… now the terror that began with Trailer Trauma will invade houses everywhere! A household settles in for a quiet night of amusement when flashing across the tv screen: scenes of absolute insanity shock, upset and eternally scar! The fourth volume in the Trailer Trauma show is really a marathon of madness featuring 268 of the very best and TV spots for a few of the greatest and most obscure actors and exploitation movies and outside! Over three weeks of delirium that was demented that can leave you traumatized!

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