Arrow Films' newest blu-ray release has been deemed entirely fit for 'Society.'
It's the most fun in the park when Zeebo the Clown gives you nightmares in "The Tale of Laughing in the Dark" from the kid fave Are You Afraid of the Dark?
When planning your trip to 'Cut Bank' on blu-ray, make a note to stop by Harvey's Grille for a delicious steak before you kill the mailman.
Scream Factory brings this 1988 cheapie flick to blu-ray, and it's stuffed with special features because scarecrows!
Top Ten Murdered Men wants you to take a chance on Hard Target. If you don't like it, take your pig-stick, and your boyfriend, and find a bus to catch.
The inaugural entry in the new column "Are You Afraid of the Snark?" looks back at the beloved kid-friendly horror show Are You Afraid of the Dark? with the episode "The Tale of the Phantom Cab."
'Revenge of the Ninja' from the legendary Cannon Films comes to blu-ray courtesy of Kino Lorber, and it's forgotten its pants.
Zardoz, the most confounding film of all time, comes to blu-ray courtesy of Twilight Time.
Skin Trade is massively entertaining for a fistful of right reasons, but mostly for all the wrong ones.
Director William Malone seeks backing for his new horror film 'Thallium's Box.'
A very brief interview with Jean-Claude Van Damme about his new film Pound of Flesh.
Van Damme's kidney rescue flick is entertaining but unfulfilling.