4 items from 2015
The folks at Scream Factory are celebrating Halloween with a slew of new Blu-ray announcements for 2016, including respective Collector's Editions of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and Manhunter, as well as Lady in White, three Species sequels, and a double feature of Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Dunwich Horror.
Scream Factory revealed via Facebook that they are planning to release a Collector's Edition Blu-ray of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 before the summer of 2016, while their Blu-ray Collector's Edition of 1986's Manhunter is slated to debut sometime next summer.
They also announced spring releases for the respective Blu-rays of 1988's Lady in White, Species II, a double feature of Species III and Species IV: The Awakening, as well as a double bill of Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Dunwich Horror.
Specific release dates and bonus features will be revealed early next year. Stay »
- Derek Anderson
Here at Dread Central we love Scream Factory. Over on the company’s Facebook page, they’ve just announced several new titles for the upcoming year. Read on for details. Next summer go into “Hannibal” territory as we plan to release an… Continue Reading →
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- Steve Barton
Special Mention: Clean, Shaven
Directed by Lodge H. Kerrigan
Screenplay by Lodge H. Kerrigan
Genre: Crime / Psychological Thriller
Lodge H. Kerrigan’s Clean, Shaven is not an easy film to watch. Kerrigan, who wrote, produced and directed this unsettling psychological thriller, traps us inside the mind of a madman for the entire viewing experience. Peter Winter (Peter Greene) appears to be a killer–even worse, a child killer–but not much about him is objectively clear, and we are never sure if what we are seeing is real or a product of his tormented imagination. The film heightens the tension by restricting its focus to Peter’s unsettling, confused, and angry view of the world. The most gruesome violence inflicted on Peter comes by his own hand. In the most unforgettable scene, Peter slowly mutilates his body in order to remove what he believes are a receiver in his »
- Ricky Fernandes
Written by Alan Moore
Art by Jacen Burrows
Colors by Juan Rodriguez
Letters by Kurt Hathaway
Published by Avatar Press, Inc.
The thing about privilege is that it affords you the ability to ignore the things that make you uncomfortable even when those things are absurdly apparent. This isn’t to say that the privileged are free from merely acknowledging the plight of those without privilege, but it does allow them to more easily overlook the reasons for things being the way they are. In the fourth issue of Providence from writer Alan Moore and artist Jacen Burrows — a horror comic as much about issues of racism, bigotry, and social unrest as it is about the eldritch and the weird, perhaps even more so — the creators manage to weave the issue of privilege in and around some classic genre fiction tropes, giving us an exploration of the topic while »
- Luke Dorian Blackwood
4 items from 2015
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