Scary Movie Night: Rob Zombie’s Halloween [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
Director: Rob Zombie Production Companies: Dimension Films, Nightfall Productions, Spectacle Entertainment Group, Trancas International Distribution Company: The Weinstein Company Genre: Horror Series: Based on Halloween by John Carpenter and Debra Hill which created a huge series as the saga continues MPAA: R Music: Tyler Bates / John Carpenter (film score) Soundtrack Credits: Click Here Release Date: August 31, 2007 Purchase: Click...
Scary Movie Night: “Basic Instinct” [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
Bestselling author, Catherine Tramell is being investigated for suspected murder after her latest novel, “Love Hurts” hits the shelves. Is the book her alibi to cover the homicide of her boyfriend, a retired rock n’ roll star since the murder is carried out exactly as described in the novel? Or is it someone she knows who is brutally obsessed and playing psychopathic twisted mind games with an ice pick?
The Waiting [FILM REVIEW]
Director: F.C. Rabbath Production Company: F.C. Rabbath Creations Genre: Paranormal/Supernatural/Romance/Comedy One Sentence Synopsis: Lovesick hotel employee befriends ghost that haunts one of its rooms. Series: Standalone Release Date: TBA Running Time: 1 hr 24 min Website: Click Here Trailer: Click Here Reviewed by: Reverend Leviathan Final Score: 5.0 Moons (Out of 5) The Waiting is the latest film from F.C. Rabbath, known for his...
Scary Movie Night: Ozzy Osbourne-Memoirs of a Madman [DVD set/CD review]
Director: Mark Neuman Production Studio: Sony Legacy, Epic Legacy, Epic Records, Legacy Recordings Distribution Company: Sony Music Entertainment Executive Producer: Sharon Osbourne Genre: Movies & TV -Studio Specials- Hard Rock Heavy Metal music Series: The album is said to be an updated version of “The Ozzman Cometh”, now out of print MPAA Rating: not rated Release Date: October 14th, 2014 Running Time: 323 minutes...
Scary Movie Night: Dark Shadows [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
It is said that blood is thicker than water. Vampire risen Barnabas Collins returns to his family roots. The wealthy Collins family cursed by a vengeful witch, who’s failing family fishing business is in dire need of restoration, is the quest for justice. In this Tim Burton picturesque cinematic film, the saga continues.
Scary Movie Night: The Lost Boys [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
Welcome to “Santa Clara”, a quaint beach town deemed “Murder Capital of the World”. Amidst a laid back beach community, a rockin’ Goth town of vampires is lurking. A battle between the vampires and the vampire hunters becomes an “All in the Family Feud” in this cult classic comedy horror flick.
Color Out of Space [FILM REVIEW]
Director: Richard Stanley Production Company: SpectreVision, ACE Pictures Entertainment, XYZ Films Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi One Sentence Synopsis: New independent horror film based on the story by H.P. Lovecraft Series: First in the series of a Lovecraft trilogy Release Date: 1-24-2020 (US Release) Running Time: 111 Min Website: Click Here Trailer: Click Here Reviewed by: Reverend Leviathan Final Score: 5.0 Moons (Out of 5) Based...
SCARY MOVIE NIGHT: The Silence of the Lambs” [DVD/BLURAY REVIEW]
Director: Jonathan Demme Production Companies: Strong Heart / Demme Production Distribution Company: Orion Pictures Genre: Thriller, Horror, Crime, Drama Series: It is followed by Hannibal (2001), Red Dragon (2002), and a Hannibal TV series. There is also a book sequel entitled Hannibal Rising. MPAA: R Film Score: Howard Shore Release Date: Feb 14, 1991 (USA) … premiere Jan 30. 1991 (NYC) Running Time: 1h 58min MSRP: DIGITAL RENT:...
Scary Movie Night: Thinner [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
Based on the Stephen King novel “Thinner”, this Supernatural American Body Horror film is sure to keep you glued to your seat. Billy is a well respected defense attorney that manages to turn the table towards victory and legal pardon for his mafia client. Living in a big house with wife and daughter he lives the All American Dream. However he does have his challenges with dieting as his insatiable appetite takes control over any defense of his own free will. His supportive wife looks out for him with a load of encouragement and suggests that there is more to life than “just food”.
Scary Movie Night: The Song Remains the Same [DVD/BLURAY REVIEW]
VIDEO REVIEW: WRITTEN REVIEW: Directors: Peter Clifton and Joe Massot Production Company: Swan Song Distribution Company: Warner Bros. (1976-US) Genre: Documentary/ Music Series: Standalone MPAA: PG Release Date: October 20, 1976 Running Time: 137 minutes Film MSRP: Digital: $2.99 (Rent), $12.99 (Buy) Physical: $9.59 (DVD), $10.89 (Blu-Ray), $12.99 (Multi-Format) Purchase Film: Click Here Soundtrack MSRP: $14.49 (MP3), $20.18 (CD),...
Scary Movie Night: Queen of the Damned [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]
Get ready for a fang’tastic hard rockin’ time as vampire turned rockstar, L’Estat (Stuart Townsend), has risen from his New Orleans crypt after 100 years of sleep. His motive is to resurrect a few old friends….daring them to “Come out come out, wherever you are… See you all in Death Valley.”