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Event Horizon Collector’s Edition Coming From Scream Factory In March

Paul W.S. Anderson’s horror sci-fi classic is getting the Collector’s Edition treatment from Scream Factory! Coming this March 23rd, 2021, you’ve never seen Event Horizon looking this good. This edition boasts a new 4K scan of the original camera negative that’s packed with special features. Here’s the full list of special features you can expect. […]

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4K Ultra HD or Blu-Ray Releases Horror

Scream Factory Unleashing King Kong 1976 Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray

With the upcoming release of Godzilla Vs. Kong, Kong fever is reaching a fever pitch. The eternal battle of who’ll win is definitely high in the air. Scream Factory has those out there covered who are looking for all things Kong though. The 1976 remake of King Kong might not be the most well regarded […]

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Servant Season 2 Episode 4: Who’s The Bad Guy? (Review)

M. Night Shyamalan’s dramatic thriller Servant continues its second season on Apple TV+ today with the fourth episode, “2:00.” Check out our review below. (Note: this review contains spoilers! Jump down to the Bottom Line for the spoiler-free take.) Episode 4 of Servant really ramps things up, but everything escalates in a natural (if terrifying) […]

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Date Night Of The Living Dead

Like all of us, this Valentine’s Day is going to feel, weird. We’re in that strange spot of the pandemic where, at least the US, hasn’t been locked down for a full year yet. So last Valentine’s Day is going to look a lot different than the one coming up. Luckily Shout! Factory TV has […]

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Comic Books Horror Rants, Reviews and Ramblings

Specter Inspectors #1: Introducing Your Queer Ghost Hunting Gang

This week Boom! Studios introduces Specter Inspectors, a new comic series full of ghosts, spooky fun, and good queer representation.  The Spector Inspectors live that Scooby Doo life chasin’ ghosts! True believer Noa, her cynical little sibling Gus, credulous camera man Ko, and skeptical Astrid head to one of the most haunted towns in America […]

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Never Say Never To John Carpenter Directing Again

John Carpenter has been mighty busy these past ten years, even without directing a film. He’s released three albums with his son Cody Carpenter with a fourth on the way. The recent resurgence in the Halloween franchise has kept him busy with making the music and executive producing those films including the upcoming Halloween Kills. […]

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Servant Season 2 Episode 3: Pizza, Anyone? (Review)

M. Night Shyamalan’s Apple TV+ horror/thriller series Servant continues its second season today with the third episode, “Pizza.” Check out our review below. (Note: this review contains spoilers! Jump down to the Bottom Line for the spoiler-free take.) In episode 3, the Turners target their search on Leanne instead of Jericho. Thanks to Dorothy’s TV […]

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Servant Season 2 Episode 2: Hypnotizing (Review)

M. Night Shyamalan’s Apple TV+ horror/thriller series Servant continues its second season today with “Spaceman.” Check out our review below. (Note: this review contains spoilers! Jump down to the Bottom Line for the spoiler-free take.) The season 2 premiere of Servant fell flat for me. It brought the drama, but was missing the creep factor. […]

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Sky Sharks: An Utter Waste Of Time, Energy, And Potential – Review

Shit sandwich. That’s the famous two word review from Spinal Tap for their album Shark Sandwich. I wish I could give a two word review and be over with this, but I can’t. It’s apt to describe Sky Sharks as well. We’re in an era of the “so bad it’s good” film. Sharknado and other […]

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Two Sentence Horror Stories: “Instinct,” “Imposter,” & the Horror of Being Ourselves

Season 2 of Two Sentence Horror Stories continues with new episodes “Instinct” and “Imposter.” Check out our reviews below. “Instinct” In “Instinct,” a gig worker struggles with her overactive imagination – the kind that makes her think the guy who hired her is out to kill her. When Anika arrives to help paint an apartment, […]