DVD and Blu-ray Releases: October 24, 2017

DVD and Blu-ray Releases: October 24, 2017

Greetings again, buddies.   We’ve got a slightly slimmer list this week in contrast to the past few months.   Blood Feast and The Barn may have already dropped to the 10th, however in case you did not see them then, assess for them now.

Speaking of Blood Feast, there are a good amount of classics that this week.   Reaching from 1990’s Night Angel all the way back to 1932’s , there is a pretty great potpourri of favorites from yesteryear.

In terms of newer releases, this week provides us the Kinect release of , and the DVD release for .   Probably the movie I am most interested in seeing this week would be Dave Made A Maze.   It appears distinctive as hell and also you can take a look at our review of this .

Additionally, There Are a couple of throwbacks to 2009 in the Kind of Blu-ray as well as the DVD release of , featuring Billy Zane.

Take a look at the remainder of the list below and we’ll visit another week for the big day.   As always, nice seeing.


MOVIES

Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017)

Starring:

Sarah Hester, Peter Gesswein, Jed Maheu, Vince Tula, Marcos Cline-Márquez

Synopsis:

Four months before, Morgan Taylor s brother, Hal, and his best friend went lost from a mysterious subject of the Mexican desert known as Zona del Silencio. After receiving no assistance from police on each side of the boundary, Morgan heads south to uncover the facts about their disappearance, strapped with action cameras loading footage to Hal s Marine Corps squadmate back in the USA. When her automobile suddenly breaks down just outside the zone, Morgan should traverse the desert alone, enduring intense heat in the daytime and ominous coyotes in the night. She finds Hal s campsite and discovers a kit filled with memory cards out of his camera. The recordings show a series of odd sounds, eerie lights in the sky, gravitational anomalies, and an extraterrestrial presence in a nearby mountain range. Convinced aliens were in charge of her brother s disappearance, Morgan must decide whether to flee her life or endeavor to expose the otherworldly beings once and for all.

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Annabelle: Creation (2017)

Starring:

Miranda Otto, Stephanie Sigman, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Anthony LaPaglia

Synopsis:

A few years after the horrible death of the little girl, a dollmaker and his wife educated a nun and lots of girls out of a shuttered orphanage in their home, soon becoming the goal of the dollmaker’s possessed creation, Annabelle.

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The Barn (2016) (Limited Edition)

Starring:

Linnea Quigley, Ari Lehman, Mitchell Musolino, Will Stout, Lexi Dripps

Synopsis:

It’s Halloween 1989, greatest buddies Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what is left of the final Devil’s Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of friends take a detour on their way to a rock concert, even locating an old abandoned barn and stirring the evil inside. Now it’s up to Sam and Josh to locate a means to safeguard their friends and defeat the creatures that lurk within The Barn.

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Blood Feast (1963) (2-Disc Special Edition)

Starring:

William Kerwin, Mal Arnold, Connie Mason

Synopsis:

The filmography of overdue movie maverick Herschell Gordon Lewis brims with the angry, gruesome, and just completely bizarre. But maybe the most unhinged of all his directorial efforts, and surely the most powerful, should be his original gore-fest Blood Feast the first ever splatter movie.   Dorothy Fremont is seeking to throw a celebration unlike any other, and that she gets that when she hires the most decidedly sinister Fuad Ramses to cater the case. Promising to offer her guests with a genuine Egyptian feast, Ramses promptly sets about acquiring the vital elements that the body parts of nubile young ladies!   With a plethora of stomach-churning gore gags including the infamous tongue string and a lot more nastiness besides, Herschell Gordon Lewis Blood Feast more than lives up to its title and remains essential viewing for any self-respecting splatter enthusiast.

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The Corpse Grinders (1972)

Starring:

Sean Kenney, Monika Kelly, Sanford Mitchell

Synopsis:

The Lotus Cat Food Company has hit major financial trouble and is now on the brink of closing, until the owners realize that instead of paying for meat, they could use bodies in your local graveyard to fulfill their tins. As their most recent product hits the shelves, it’s revealed to possess an unintended result: every cat that eats it is transformed to a bloodthirsty brute with an unending hunger for human flesh!  

Ted V. Mikels’ (The Doll Squad) mythical cult favourite, The Corpse Grinders, is a horror classic, chock full of jaw dropping spins, mind boggling surprises, and a self indulgent sense of comedy which turned into one of Ted’s trademarks. Co-written by Arch Hall Sr. (Eegah) & Joseph Cranston (The Crawling Hand), also colorfully obscured by Mikels himself, this drive-in mainstay is proudly presented for the first time on Kinect out of Vinegar Syndrome, freshly restored in 2k from newly discovered negative elements!

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Dave Made a Maze (2017)

Starring:

Nick Thune

Synopsis:

Dave (Nick Thune, Knocked Up), a frustrated artist who has yet to accomplish anything important in his profession, assembles a fort from cardboard boxes in his living room, only to wind up trapped by the countless pitfalls and creatures of his own creation. Ignoring his warnings, Dave’s girlfriend Annie (Meera Rohit Kumbhani, The Mindy Project) leads a group of oddball explorers (James Urbaniak, Difficult People, Kristen Vangsness, Criminal Minds, and Timothy Nordwind of OK Go) to a rescue mission. Upon entry, they discover themselves in an ever-changing supernatural world, jeopardized with booby traps and pursued by a bloodthirsty Minotaur (John Hennigan, WWE champion John Morrison). Reimagining the classic 80’s adventure movies with a modern comedic advantage, the handmade fantasy world of Dave Made A Maze comes to life with puppetry, stop-motion cartoon, along with on-camera optical illusions.

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Bad at the Time of Heroes (2009)

Starring:

Billy Zane

Synopsis:

In Greek with English subtitles. Slick, wacky, and chomping at the little gobs of all human-on-zombie-violence, Evil At The Time Of Heroes is a Grecian take on Shaun Of The Dead spanned by 28 Days Later. Millennia ago in ancient Greece, blood-thirsty zombies begin wreaking havoc on humans, and only a mysterious cloaked hero (Billy Zane) and his otherworldly weapons may spare them. Flash forward to today when Athens is once again plagued with the undead, and a ragtag group of human survivors is on the run. Among these are a cab driver who seems to be immortal, a set of hot-blooded soldiers with some significant chemistry, and a doctor who will t stand to receive his shoes dirty while stomping zombie heads. The elusive hero is back — but zombies are only half the problem. With less than a day before Greece is supposed to include the zombie virus, it’s becomes a race against the time for the rest humans. A highly cinematic bloodbath that s equally as clever as it is gory, Evil At The Time Of Heroes has it all: lighting-fast action, realistically terrifying zombies, and a healthy dose of pleasure.

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Night Angel (aka Deliver Us from Evil) (1990) (Special Edition)

Starring:

Isa Jank, Linden Ashby, Debra Feuer, Doug Jones, Karen Black

Synopsis:

A terrifying centuries-old evil has awakened in the kind of the wicked, voluptuous Lilith (Isa Anderson, Real Men). Lilith uses her beauty and her insatiable lust because of powerful lifeforce that spreads death and destruction to those who dare to cling to her excitement. Posing as a cover girl for a style magazine, Lilith becomes the thing of mad desire for those brave her gaze. Only true love could withstand her awesome powers and only 1 man (Linden Ashby, Mortal Kombat) is powerful enough to test them in a frightening test of death and will tango with Night Angel, the mistress of hell. ” The supporting cast includes Debra Feuer (To Live and Die in L.A.), Helen Martin (TV s 227), Doug Jones (Pan s Labyrinth) and Karen Black (Burnt Offerings). Night Angel was directed Dominique Othenin-Girard (Halloween 5, Omen IV: The Awakening) with a screenplay by Joe Augustyn (Night of the Demons, Night of the Demons 2) and Walter Josten (Pucker Up and Bark Like a Dog).

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Night School (1981)

Starring:

Leonard Mann, Rachel Ward, Drew Snyder, Joseph R. Sicari, Nicholas Cairis

Synopsis:

They operate by day, have a full schedule of classes all night and somehow find time for research and a occasional date. Girls in the day program at Boston’s distinguished Wendell College do a great deal to get ahead in life. But there is somebody who will go to even greater lengths. Someone who’ll do anything to find a head. An killer whose m.o. is that the ritualistic decapitation of victims which makes terror a required course at Night School, directed by Kenneth Hughes (Casino Royale 1967) and starring Rachel Ward (The Thorn Birds; After Dark, My Sweet) in her screen debut. Leonard Mann plays the homicide lieutenant assigned to the puzzling case. He’s got hunches, not hints. Suspects, not evidence. Along with a rising body count. Finals are coming early this season at Wendell. And for those who don’t make the quality, heads will roll.

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The Old Dark House (1932)

Starring:

Boris Karloff, Melvyn Douglas, Charles Laughton

Synopsis:

From the director of Frankenstein, a group of stranded travelers encounter a strange old home, and find themselves at the mercy of the highly eccentric, and possibly dangerous, Femm family. This well-performed, atmospheric thriller includes the first starring horror role for Boris Karloff, since the most bizarre, disfigured butler. Depending on the book Benighted (1927) by J. B. Priestley. The Cohen Film Collection is proud to present this gorgeous fresh 4K restoration.

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The Relic (1997)

Starring:

Penelope Ann Miller, Tom Sizemore, Linda Hunt, James Whitmore, Clayton Rohner

Synopsis:

Margo Greene is an evolutionary biologist at a Chicago museum. When a coworker’s research cage arrives without the researcher, Green and her mentor, Dr. Forck, unpack and look into the material which includes a superstitious relic and an unidentifiable virus discovered on some leaves native to Brazil. At exactly the exact same time, authorities Lieutenant Vincent D’Agosta is exploring a ship full of dead people that arrived from Brazil. When murder occurs in the memorial that’s connected to those on the ship, D’Agosta seals off the memorial. This infuriates the memorial curator Ann Cuthbet who is hosting an exhibit opening gala reception which even the Mayor will be attending. D’Agosta and Green figure out, however, that the killer is an ever evolving creature intent on killing everyone trapped in the memorial.

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The Uninvited (2009)

Starring:

Emily Browning, Arielle Kebbel, Elizabeth Banks, David Strathairn, Maya Massar

Synopsis:

According to Kim Jee-Woon’s 2003 Korean horror film, Changhwa Hongryon, The Uninvited revolves round Anna (Emily Browning), who returns home after spending time in the hospital following the tragic death of her mom. Her healing suffers a setback when she finds her dad (David Strathairn) has been engaged to her mommy’s former nurse, Rachel (Elizabeth Banks). This night, Anna is seen by her mother’s ghost, who cautioned her of Rachel’s intentions.   Collectively, Anna and her sister (Arielle Kebbel) try to convince their dad that his current fiancée is not who she pretends to be, and that which should have been a happy family reunion becomes a deadly struggle of wills between stepdaughters and stepmother.

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Vampire In Brooklyn (1995)

Starring:

Eddie Murphy, Angela Bassett, Allen Payne, Kadeem Hardison, John Witherspoon

Synopsis:

An Caribbean vampire expects that the half-vampire, half-human New York homicide officers destined to be his own bride. Directed by Wes Craven.

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COLLECTIONS

The Terrible Dr. Mabuse Collection (Triple Feature)

Starring:

Gert Frobe, Lex Barker, Daliah Lavi, Fausto Tozzi, Werner Peters

Synopsis:

A triple dose of German thrills and chills on a single DVD as the insidious Dr. Mabuse once again stalks the night. Shudder in dread of The Death Ray Mirror Of Dr. Mabuse, The Invisible Dr. Mabuse, and The Return of Dr. Mabuse. Presented in 1.66 improved Founded, 270 minutes; Starring Lex Barker (Tarzan string), Gert Frobe (Goldfinger).

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