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Earlier this week, Scream Factory announced a few of their upcoming titles, and just because they like to make horror fans’ hearts skip a beat or two, they’ve now announced Four additional titles. Personally, I love the variety of the recent announcements, with horror comedies thrown in there as well, because let’s face it: things can’t be gloomy all of the time. It really shows Sf’s varying tastes when to genre films, and films like Vampire’S Kiss, High Spirits and Ghoulies/Ghoulies II are four films that I’ve always liked. As a kid, anything that Empire/Full Moon released, I was there, and though the cover art for Ghoulies scared the living hell out of me, the actual film and its sequel gave fans good times. Plus, is there really ever a Nicolas Cage freakout movie that is on par with the wackiness of Vampire’S Kiss? »
- Jerry Smith
With the ability to seemingly pop up anywhere, they made some viewers in the ’80’s a little wary of stepping foot in their bathrooms, and now the little demonic creatures are getting a high-definition upgrade. Scream Factory has announced they are bringing Ghoulies and Ghoulies II to Blu-ray for the first time next spring, so fans should dig out their W.A.S.P. cassettes and gear up for practical effects aplenty.
Scream Factory revealed they will release Ghoulies and Ghoulies II as a Blu-ray double feature, similar to their upcoming Blacula / Scream, Blacula, Scream release. An official debut date and bonus features have yet to be revealed, but we’ll keep Daily Dead readers updated on further announcements.
For those unfamiliar with the films, the first Ghoulies follows a group of young adults dealing with small, rambunctious demons after they invoke them in a black magic ceremony at a mansion. In the sequel, »
- Derek Anderson
Over at Scream Factory, it's Shocktober and the company is continuing with its rollout out of new title announcements. The Facebook page for Scream dropped a fun little scoop:
Our month-long "Shocktober" celebration continues with two more films to reveal. 1984’s Ghoulies and its 1988 sequel Ghoulies II (Both from Empire Films/Charles Band) will make their debut on the Blu-ray format next Spring as a double-feature!
The post The Ghoulies Films Are Now Getting the Scream Factory Treatment appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
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