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Jackals – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Jackals is yes, another home invasion film, with some influences from You’re Next. The movie, however, offers up some interesting scenarios to make the film stand a bit higher than the countless other horror films like it. Jackals follows the Powell family, who have hired ex-military and cult expert Jimmy Levine (Stephen Dorff) to kidnap their son, Justin and deprogram him and get rid of all...

Trespass – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

Trespass is a film that has a whole lot of talent behind and in front of the camera. Directed by Walter Hill, who brought us classics like The Warriors and Streets of Fire; written by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, the duo behind the Back to the Future franchise. The film stars Bill Paxton, William Sadler (Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight), Ice T and Ice Cube (arguably the last two are subjective...

Streets of Fire – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

A rock and roll fable doesn’t sound like the type of flick I would normally watch, but when names like Michael Paré (Bad Moon), Willem Dafoe, the smoking hot Diane Lane and Walter Hill (The Warriors) pop up in the description for the film, I’m going to check it out. Thank god I did, as Streets of Fire is a fantastic movie, with a rocking soundtrack, a fast-paced action story with hints...

Red Dawn – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

The cold war may be over now, but in 1984, tensions were still high. The fear came from all sides of the border, and everyone knew that it just took one unstable leader to plummet the world into World War III. Thankfully, that never happened, but if it did, I could easily see Red Dawn as the story that told it the best. Directed by John Milius, who is known more as a writer than a director, having...

Nighthawks – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

When Stallone wasn’t boxing the entire country of Russia, he was busy fighting terrorists. He was also busy being jealous of Rutger Hauer stealing the limelight in a movie they were filming together. That film was Nighthawks. Released in 1981, Nighthawks seems like a lesser known Stallone film, but for most of the people that watched it, they enjoy it. Shout! Factory see the potential in rel...

Midnight Run – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

Remember when Robert De Niro made great films? I’m talking about classics like Taxi Driver and Casino. Nowadays, he shows up disinterested in such disasters like Stardust and Dirty Grandpa. Whatever happens to some actors? Should we place the blame on the actors or the directors and writers? I think it’s a little bit of both to be perfectly honest. For example, the movie in question today, M...

Red Sonja: Queen of Plagues – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

I knew nothing about Red Sonja before popping in the new Shout! Factory Blu-ray release of Red Sonja: Queen of Plagues. Okay, maybe nothing is a bit of a stretch, as I did know that Brigitte Nielsen played her in an 80s movie I never got around to watching. Besides that, nothing else. Thankfully, you do not need to know much about Red Sonja to sit down and watch Queen of Plagues. Originally releas...

Bad Influence – Blu-ray Review

Bad Influence was to me a taut thriller with only a few loose ends. Shout! Factory has done a good job on the Blu-ray and I think it's worth a purchase.

Fender Bender – Movie Review

Fender Bender has the blood, the suspense, and a kickass synth-heavy 80's throwback soundtrack to keep plenty of fans grinning.

The Binding – Debuts on Blu-ray on August 2nd, 2016 from Scream Factory

The Binding - Debuts on Blu-ray on August 2nd, 2016 from Scream Factory


SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS THE CRUSH Starring Cary Elwes, Alicia Silverstone, Jennifer Rubin and Kurtwood Smith Written and Directed by Alan Shapiro  LONG-AWAITED CULT CLASSIC THRILLER DEBUTS FOR THE FIRST TIME ON BLU-RAY™ OWN IT ON JUNE 21, 2016 FROM SCREAM FACTORY™ Romantic obsession has harrowing consequences in ‘90s cult-classic, suspense thriller THE CRUSH, written and directed by Alan Shapiro ...

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