5 items from 2015
Ahead of its release on Wednesday, we’ve got a preview of David F. Walker and Carl Sciacchitano’s graphic novel The Army of Doctor Moreau, which you can see here…
On an uncharted island in the South Pacific, Nazis have uncovered the secret of transforming animals into a human-like army of killers. A team of British and American operatives is sent on a search and destroy mission. The team quickly find themselves in a nightmarish war with savage animals that think they are men.
The Army of Doctor Moreau is out on Wednesday, priced $19.99.
- Gary Collinson
It’s a great day for DVD/Bluray when it comes to horror (and another genre or two), and with Fright At Home, we like to highlight some of the titles that for one reason or another, we feel that we would like to give you fright fanatics a heads’ up on. This week sees multiple releases from Scream Factory, Lionsgate and Cinedigm, as well as others, but we’ve singled out some highlights to shine the proverbial flashlight on. Read on!
Easily the standout release of the week, as far as I’m concerned, Scream Factory’s Blacula/Scream Blacula Scream double feature Bluray debut is a one-two punch of two of the coolest vampire movies around. Somewhat light on the supplemental end, but definitely worth picking up, you won’t find a vampire who takes less crap from his »
- Jerry Smith
An 18th century prince-turned-vampire awakens in 1970s Los Angeles and discovers his new digs are brimming with fresh necks in need of chomping. Elsewhere, in the dystopian future, a war is waged Mad Max-style for the most precious resource: water. On March 3rd, viewers can dive into the cinematic worlds of Blacula, Scream, Blacula, Scream, and Exterminators of the Year 3000 with Scream Factory's Blu-ray releases of the trio, with the former two coming together on a double feature. Ramping up anticipation and teasing the high-definition upgrades are a batch of clips and trailers from all three movies:
"In a post-apocalyptic future where the earth is a desert and water is the most precious substance of all, a band of survivors must turn to a mysterious stranger to battle a ruthless gang of motorcycle psychos for control of the wasteland and the water. A glorious crash of guns, »
- Derek Anderson
Any loyal Icons of Fright readers already know how much certain Icons staffers (*cough, Natty & myself*) love the exploitation genre, so today’s announcement of Scream Factory’s upcoming Blacula/Scream, Blacula, Scream! Bluray double feature (hitting stores March 3rd!) is obviously enough to make our hearts beat twice as fast. Scream Factory is already getting ready for one hell of a year, with their continual output of genre faves being planned for 2015. Everything from Dwight H. Little’s Robert Englund-led Phantom Of The Opera, to Carpenter’s Escape From New York, and dozens of others planned as well. With the amount of momentum they’re building, 2015 could possibly be yet another great year for the company.
For the complete Blacula/Scream, Blacula, Scream! info/key art, see below!
“Set in 1780, Blacula is the tale of African Prince Mamuwalde (Marshall), who pays a visit to Count Dracula in Transylvania, »
- Jerry Smith
Scream Factory has more two dozen new titles as part of their 2015 Blu-ray slate, but the Blacula and Scream, Blacula, Scream double feature are on the top of my list. Due out on March 3rd, we have official release details for the William Marshall-starring Blaxploitation classics:
“The eternally cool William Marshall puts a fresh spin on the age-old legend of the vampire, condemned to wander the Earth with an insatiable lust for blood in the riveting Blaxploitation classics Blacula and Scream, Blacula, Scream. Available on March 3rd, 2015 for the first time on Blu-ray, the double feature release also includes features a brand-new audio commentary track by author/film historian/filmmaker David F. Walker and a new interview with actor Richard Lawson (Scream, Blacula, Scream). Fans can pre-order their copies by visiting ShoutFactory.com
- Jonathan James
5 items from 2015
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