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August 8th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Re-animator 4K Restoration, Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too Collector’s Editions

Hey, gang! Welcome back for another look at this week’s upcoming horror and sci-fi home entertainment releases. August 8th is going to be another busy day for fans, as we have some incredible Blu-ray and DVD titles to look forward to.

Arrow Video has put together an incredible limited edition Blu-ray set for Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator, and Scream Factory has assembled two stellar Collector’s Editions for both Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too. Fans of the Coen brothers' Fargo will undoubtedly want to add the new Steelbook edition of the film to their collections this Tuesday, and for those of you interested in unconventional vampire films, be sure to check out The Transfiguration this week, too.

Other notable releases for August 8th include The Night of the Sorcerers / The Loreley’s Grasp double feature, Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh, The Dinner, Charlotte, and Dimension Z.

Fargo: Steelbook Collector’s Edition (Shout!
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Wamg Giveaway – Win Last Man Club on DVD

Last Man Club is a heartwarming, road trip adventure of four military veterans facing their later years. Stuck in a Va Hospital, Pete (Barry Corbin) asks a kind nurse to track down Eagle (Jim Mackrell), the Captain of his B-17 crew during World War II. Housebound at his son’s (Michael Massee) and facing the purgatory of a nursing home, Eagle gets a letter from Pete and embarks on a cross-country trip to reach him.

Now you can own the Last Man Club DVD. We Are Movie Geeks has Four copies to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment answering this question: What is your favorite movie with the word ‘Last’ in the title? (mine is Last House On The Left!). It’s so easy!

Good Luck!

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1. You Must Be A Us Resident. Prize Will Only Be Shipped To Us Addresses. No P.O.
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Special Features Revealed for Scream Factory’s Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too Collector’s Edition Blu-rays

Horror fans can howl at moon this summer when Scream Factory releases their Collector's Edition Blu-rays of Teen Wolf (featuring a high-def transfer from the interpositive) and Teen Wolf Too, and to help hold fans over until the August 8th release date arrives, the special features for both Blu-rays have been revealed, along with the announcement that Shout! Factory will release Teen Wolf: The Complete Animated Series on DVD September 5th.

Press Release: Hooooooooooooooowl! On August 8, 2017, Scream Factory will present two classic films from the 1980’s, Teen Wolf (Collector’s Editon), starring Michael J Fox, and Teen Wolf Too (Collector’s Edition), starring Jason Bateman, the latter on Blu-ray™ for the first time. In addition, the Saturday morning kids show Teen Wolf: The Complete Animated Series will get a DVD release from Shout! Factory, on September 5.

Special Features on Teen Wolf (Collector’s Editon) include
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Exclusive Last Man Club Clip: This Is Why You Don't Stop for Strangers

The instinct of a decent human being is always to stop if you see someone else in trouble. In our exclusive clip from Last Man Club, that's exactly what an older gentleman in uniform (James MacKrell) does when he sees another car veer off a highway and flip over. The situation quickly turns potentially dire when a young woman (Kate French) pulls out a gun and starts shooting -- thus the warning in my headline above -- but don't worry! It's all going to turn out Ok. At least, that's what the official synopsis says: WWII veteran John "Eagle" Pennell is a day away from being sent to a retirement home. He escapes in his late wife's 1958 Ford Fairlane and embarks on a cross-country...

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Event Report – Teen Wolf Reunion Screening!

There are few things in this world that rival my love of horror cinema, but one of them is most definitely the sub-genre known as the “80′s comedy”. There’s something really special about almost all of the comedies (and hell even the dramas) of that era. Even the not so good ones at the very least had heart. And one film that I hold in the highest possible regard is Rod Daniel’s 1985 feature film debut Teen Wolf starring (at the time) TV sensation Michael J. Fox. Although shot before Back To The Future, the movie didn’t get a proper release until after that flick was huge at the box office. And over the years with the help of the home video market and non-stop HBO airings, the cult following for Teen Wolf only grew larger and larger eventually spawning a sequel, an animated television series (!) and most
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