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The 1990 documentary captured the only onscreen interviews with the celebrated Los Angeles architect Lautner and helped bring his work to the attention of the public, eventually leading to Lacma acquiring his Sheats/Goldstein house. Cohen had recently completed a 25th anniversary update to the documentary.
She was recently working on a documentary about the Swiss architect Albert Frey, who spent much of his career in Palm Springs.
She is survived by her husband Dr. Steven Zeitzew, son Jacob, parents, sisters, brothers, extended family and friends.
Services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City. »
- Pat Saperstein
A little while back, we wrote about Twenty Essential Scream Factory Releases, which were DVD/Blurays releases that the gang at Scream Factory knocked right out of the park. It was a fun, overwhelmingly in depth project to take on, going through my Sf collection (I’m a self-proclaimed fanatic of the brand, and will continue to be) and figuring out which films and releases were ones I considered good, bad and downright Essential.It’s be a little while since that piece and the Sf crew continues to put out excellent titles, so I thought I’d do my best to turn you fright fanatics onto a few more films which I not only love, but feel like were given the “all out” treatment when it comes to home releases. Here are Seven More Scream Factory Releases You Don’t Want to Miss!!
7.) The Dead Room (Dir. Jason Stutter »
- Jerry Smith
You can tell Halloween is right around the corner, as September 27th has over 20 different horror and sci-fi home entertainment releases looking to put a dent in your wallet. As far as new movies go, The Shallows, The Neon Demon, and Warcraft are all coming home on Tuesday, and for all you classic horror fans, there are new releases of An American Werewolf in London, Blood Diner, Chopping Mall, Lady in White, Slugs, and the 30th anniversary Blu-ray for Highlander.
Re-discover one of the most gripping horror films of all time with the cult classic An American Werewolf in London Restored Edition. Blending the macabre with a wicked sense of humor, »
- Heather Wixson
A small town harbors a supernatural secret in Frank Laloggia's Lady in White, hitting high-definition courtesy of Scream Factory on Tuesday, September 27th, and we've been provided with three Blu-ray copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers.
Prize Details: (3) Winners will receive (1) Blu-ray copy of Lady in White.
How to Enter: For a chance to win, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Lady in White Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.
Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on September 30th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.
- Derek Anderson
As a young boy of about 11 or 12, I fell in love with Frank Laloggia’s 1988 ghost story Lady in White. Maybe that’s because it’s told from the perspective of a boy not too much younger than me at the time, or because that boy shared the same love of horror fiction and monster movies that I had growing up. I think, though, that my response had something to do with the fact that Laloggia had crafted that rare thing: a good story—a good ghost story, better yet—and had done so with grace, class, and a lot of heart. Even as a kid, that much was evident.
Horror author Frankie Scarlatti (an uncredited Laloggia) recalls one fateful autumn from his youth, shortly after the passing of his mother. Young Frankie (played in flashback by Lukas Haas) is seen growing up in his Italian-American home in the early 1960s, »
- Patrick Bromley
Scream Factory takes horror fans back to a fateful Halloween night in 1962 with two high-definition clips and a trailer from their Lady in White Blu-ray, floating onto shelves on Tuesday, September 27th with a new director's cut.
From the Press Release: "Sometimes it takes a little help from the living for the dead to rest. Scream Factory™ proudly presents Lady in White for the first time ever on Blu-ray on September 27, 2016. This 2-disc set includes the never-before-released full-length director’s cut, extended behind-the-scenes footage, and many more special features.
For ten year old Frankie Scarletti (played by Lukas Haas), school isn’t just a place for learning. On Halloween of 1962, after being forced to spend the night locked in the coffin-like confines of his fourth-grade cloakroom, Frankie discovers the ghost of a little girl who was murdered in the very same room ten years earlier by a serial killer that »
- Derek Anderson
Fans of Frank Laloggia's Lady in White already have a director's cut Blu-ray of the 1988 film from Scream Factory to look forward to later this fall, and now Fright Rags has revealed a new Lady in White shirt featuring Frankie and the spirit he encountered on that fateful Halloween night in 1962.
The Lady in White shirt can now be purchased from Fright Rags for $27.00 apiece. We have official details and a look at the shirt below (in both men's and women's sizes), and to learn more, visit Fright Rags' online shop.
From Fright Rags: "Art by Abrar Ajmal
Printed on our super soft 4.5oz 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton shirts.
Ships in 1-2 business days.
Us customers: Please allow 3-5 days for delivery.
International customers: Please allow 10-14 days for delivery."
Images from Fright Rags:
The post New Lady In White Shirt Revealed by Fright Rags appeared first on Daily Dead. »
- Derek Anderson
Scream Factory Presents Lady in White On Blu-ray September 27, 2016 “A ghost story that truly haunts. This one is going to scare you senseless.” –People Sometimes it takes a little help from the living for the dead to rest. Scream Factory™ proudly presents Lady in White for the first time ever on Blu-ray on …
The post Classic Ghost Thriller Lady in White Comes to Blu-ray first appeared on Hnn | Horrornews.net - Official News Site »
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- Benjamin Lee
Ever since it was announced on the day before Halloween last year, the Lady in White (1988) Blu-ray has been highly anticipated by fans of the cult classic. Originally scheduled to come out this spring before being slated for a June 21st debut, Scream Factory has now announced a later release date for the Blu-ray, although it sounds like it will be well worth the wait.
Scream Factory revealed on Facebook that the Lady in White Blu-ray is now set to hit shelves on August 30th. The film’s writer and director, Frank Laloggia, is helping to prep the home media release and some extra time is needed to get the best possible version ready for fans.
Below, we have the official announcement from Scream Factory, as well as the synopsis and trailer for those unfamiliar with the Halloween horror film.
From Scream Factory: “We wanted to let you know »
- Derek Anderson
When there’s a ferocious and furry secret within the family, opening the door to someone you trust can be disastrous, as evidenced in Eric Red’s Bad Moon. Fans of the 1996 werewolf film will be pleased to know that Scream Factory has announced a summer Blu-ray release of Bad Moon.
Scream Factory will release Bad Moon on Blu-ray on July 19th. Bonus features have yet to be revealed, but we have more details and a look at the cover art below, as well as a list of Scream Factory’s scheduled summer releases thus far:
From Scream Factory: “Here’s something for fans of werewolf films to howl in celebration about: 1996’s underrated Bad Moon will be coming out on Blu-ray on July 19th!
- Derek Anderson
11 items from 2016
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