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PRESS RELEASE: Full Details for I, Madman Blu from Scream Factory



SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS

From the director behind the beloved 80’s supernatural horror film The Gate 
I, MADMAN 
Starring Jenny Wright and Clayton Rohner 

SPECIAL BLU-RAY™ EDITION DEBUTS ON HOME ENTERTAINMENT SHELVES 
JULY 21, 2015 FROM SCREAM FACTORY™

Pre-order This Must-Have Blu-ray Today! 


After a spine-tingling paperback catches the imagination of bookstore clerk Virginia, she seeks out the author's second book, I, Madman. But once she opens the cover, its eerie tale of obsessive love comes to life, catapulting a disfigured, scalpel-wielding killer from the world of fiction onto the streets of Hollywood with one demented goal: to win Virginia's love, one murder at a time! Directed cult filmmaker Tibor Takacs (The Gate), I, MADMAN stars Jenny Wright (Near Dark, The Lawnmower Man), Clayton Rohner (April Fool’s Day, The Human Centipede III) and three-time Academy Award® winner Randall William Cook (Dr. Caligari) as the mysterious and frightening Malcolm Brand.


On July 21, 2015, SCREAM FACTORY™ is proud to present I, MADMAN Blu-ray™ on home entertainment shelves for the first time.  Arriving for the first time on Blu-ray, this long-awaited release contains insightful bonus content, including interviews with director Tibor Takacs, actor & artistic supervisor Randall William Cook, screenwriter David Chaskin, actor Clayton Rohner and actress Stephanie Hodge, behind-the-scene footage, audio commentary and much more! A must-have for movie collectors and horror enthusiasts, I, MADMAN Blu-ray is priced to own at $24.97 SRP.

***Avid fans and collectors please take note: Order this title directly from ShoutFactory.com and get it Shipped Two Weeks Early! Pre-order is available now at:
https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-horror/i-madman


I, MADMAN Blu-ray™ Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary featuring Director Tibor Takacs with Actor & Artistic Supervisor Randall William Cook.
  • Ripped From The Pages – The Making of “I, Madman”, featuring interviews with Director Tibor Takacs, Actor & Artistic Supervisor Randall William Cook,  Screenwriter David Chaskin, Actor Clayton Rohner and Actress Stephanie Hodge.
  • Behind The Scenes Footage with Audio Commentary by Randall William Cook.
  • Theatrical Trailer and Home Video Trailer.
  • Still Gallery with Optional Audio Commentary by Randall William Cook.


TRANS WORLD ENTERTAINMENT presents A SARLUI/DIAMANT Production of A TIBOR TAKACS Film “I, MADMAN”
JENNY WRIGHT CLAYTON ROHNER Music by MICHAEL HOENIG Associate Producer PATRICIA MEADE
Special Visual Effects Created by RANDALL WILLIAM COOK Edited by MARCUS MANTON Director of Photography BRYAN ENGLAND
Executive Producers PAUL MASON & HELEN SARLUI-TUCKER Written by DAVID CHASKIN
Produced by RAFAEL EISENMAN Directed by TIBOR TAKACS

1080p High-Definition Widescreen (1.85:1)/DTS-HD Master Audio Mono/1989/Color/R/89 mins./Region A/Subtitles: English

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BLU-RAY / MOVIE REVIEW: The Food of the Gods / Frogs





Someday the animals are going to raise arms (paws? claws?) and strike against humans. In the meantime however, we can just sit back and see how it will all unfold with Scream Factory's Double Feature release of The Food of the Gods and Frogs. Released in the '70s, these movies are most certainly not the best around, but some fun can be had in how bad they are, especially with the ridiculous use of a giant rooster in The Food of the Gods. Read on for the breakdown of each movie and the disc...

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DVD / MOVIE REVEW: Black Water




Black Water is a movie that came out 2007 and is now being released on DVD by the fine folks at Fabulous Films. I never saw the movie before, but from other peoples opinions on it, they all seemed to agree it was a good time. After popping in the DVD last night, I can easily agree with everyone else. Black Water is a low budget, straight to the point croc flick and one that effectively delivers a simple story of man vs beast, or in this case, woman vs beast and does so realistically.

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BLU-RAY / MOVIE REVIEW: Coffy






I've never really watched many blacksploitation films before, but if Coffy is any indication as to how they are, than my god, I need to crack down and check them all out. Filled with violence, beautiful women (Pam Grier is to die for) and copious amounts of boobies, so many boobies in fact, that I lost count, Coffy is a very fun movie to watch and Arrow Films has does a splendid job on this Region B locked Blu-ray (of course, were we expecting anything less than stellar from them?) Read on to see why you should boobies, boobies, boobies...

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BLU-RAY / MOVIE REVIEW: Mad Max Collector's Edition




I never saw Mad Max before and when I thought of the character and movie, I pictured a post apocalyptic nightmare, with car chases and crazy looking gang leaders. If you've seen the original Mad Max, you will probably see why I was really surprised at how different the first movie was. Mel Gibson's character Max is a cop, with a family and friends. There are normal folk about and not once did I see anyone in assless chaps (aka The Road Warrior.) I ended up really enjoying Mad Max and the Collector's Edition from Scream Factory is a nice overall package, with only a few nitpicks in the special features area. Read on to see why this Max is worth checking out...

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TRAILER: Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story


This is the first I'm hearing about Marble Hornets and the new movie that is out titled Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story, but after checking out the trailer and researching the back story, which is all related to the online sensation of Slender Man, I got to say I'm pretty excited to check it out. I should have a review up in the next couple days or so, but for now, check out the trailer after the jump...
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TRAILER: Volumes of Blood


You should already know about Volumes of Blood if you read my review and if you haven't yet... shame, shame on you!!! Anyway, below I have the full trailer for Volumes of Blood to share and I hope you give it a watch and a like.
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BOOK REVIEW: Star Wars: A New Dawn


Publication: 2014
Pages: 400

If you haven't checked out the new cartoon series Star Wars: Rebels, you really ought to be ashamed. It's fantastic and it does a wonderful job at capturing that spark and spirit of the original trilogy. If you have checked out the series and want to know more about the main characters, than you owe it to yourself to pick up the new canon book Star Wars: A New Dawn, which focuses on the lead characters of Kanan Jarrus and his co-pilot / more than friend Hera Syndulla. It's certainly not a kids book, as there is some rather shocking scenes and it's rather lengthy, but if you're old enough, you definitely want to crack this open ASAP. Read on to see if you agree...

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BLU-RAY / MOVIE REVIEW: John Carpenter's Village of the Damned








I'm sure a majority of us can all agree that John Carpenter's work started to degrade as the mid '90s rolled around, with his last really good movie probably being In the Mouth of Madness, released in 1994. In 1995, JC decided it would be neat to remake the classic Village of the Damned for some odd reason and we got an okay effort, nothing spectacular, but not awful either. It's a movie that most certainly is not needed, but it isn't the awful travesty that many make it out to be. Fabulous Films sees that, so they decided to release the movie on Blu-ray in Region 2 areas and overall the effort is not bad. It lacks special features and the video quality is nothing to write home about, but it's certainly better than having no Blu-ray release, as is the case in North America.

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PRESS RELEASE: Dog Soldiers Collector's Edition Available June 23rd from Scream Factory

Dog Soldiers Collector's Edition Blu-ray Cover

Now here is an upcoming release that I'm really looking forward to picking up. Dog Soldiers is an amazing werewolf film that came out in 2002 to not much fanfare, but over time, people started to realize how fantastic this little movie is. Scream Factory is going to be releasing the film in Collector's Edition form on June 23rd and you can bet your ass I'm going to get a copy and check out all the great features and put up a review. For now though, let's look at the press release after the jump...

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BLU-RAY / MOVIE REVIEW: Blood and Black Lace





Beautiful sets, beautiful women, beautiful cinematography, beautiful colours and finally a beautiful Blu-ray; Blood and Black Lace is all those things and more. Directed by Mario Bava and released in 1964, Blood and Black Lace is a murder mystery worth cracking and if you're still not sure, read on to see if I can convince you otherwise...

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PRESS RELEASE: Ghosthouse & Witchery On Blu-ray June 30, 2015


Presents

Ghosthouse & Witchery

On Blu-ray June 30, 2015

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