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The annual Shout! Factory panel, a highlight of San Diego Comic-Con is underway. A major component each year is the thrilling announcements from Shout!’s very popular horror and cult label, Scream Factory. With Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight, Bordello of Blood and Army of Darkness already leaked, what does the distributor hold further up…
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- Samuel Zimmerman
Ahead of their big ten new titles announcement later this week at Comic-Con, Scream Factory's giving horror hounds an early treat with looks at the official Blu-ray cover art for The Larry Fessenden Collection and the Tales From the Crypt films Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood.
Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood details from Scream Factory: "Hello Kiddies! Be the first to take a look at the newly-designed key art for our upcoming blu-ray releases of Demon Knight and Bordello Of Blood!
Original theatrical poster key art will be on the reverse side of the wrap. Extras and specs for these "Collector's Editions" are in the works and will be announced sometime in August.
Official street date is 10/20 but if you buy them from us directly we'll ship it out two weeks early Plus include a limited edition free 18" x 24" poster of the new design (while supplies last).
Pre-order Demon Knight @ https://www. »
- Derek Anderson
Two Scream Factory titles that we’re all incredibly excited for, are the one-two punch releases of Tales From The Crypt‘s Demon Knight and Bordello Of Blood. Demon Knight is in my opinion, one of the most underrated horror films ever, and it’s a film that gets even better with age (I’m not saying it wasn’t good when it originally came out, I saw in theatrically four times). There’s something incredibly magical about every single ingredient of the film, from Billy Zane’s iconic performance, to the awesome special fx and creature design of the film. While Bordello Of Blood might not be As fun as Demon Knight, it’s still a lot of fun (inspired casting choices like Corey Feldman and Chris Sarandon in roles different than the vampire classics they’re knows for) and has its own audience who all love it.
- Jerry Smith
This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of June 16th, 2015, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.
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Episode Links & Notes Follow-up Unopened movies Christopher Lee News Thunderbean: Willie Whopper Blu-ray Pre-order Criterion September Line-up Scream Factory to release Army Of Darkness, Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood Arrow Video: Zardoz, The Mutilator, Requiescant, The Firemen’s Ball, Closely Watched Trains, Hard To Be A God, Society Masters Of Cinema / Eureka: The Skull Warner Bros. Hammer Horror Blu-ray Box Set Warner Bros Special Effects Boxset (Them!, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Son of Kong, Mighty Joe Young) Sony to release The Last Dragon on Blu-ray Scorpion: Burn Witch Burn Kino Cartoon Classics Announced Kl Studio Classics F/X 2 and The Challenge Universal to put out »
- Ryan Gallagher
Shout! Factory's horror imprint Scream Factory just surprised American horror fans with the announcement that they'd be handling a Fall collector's edition release of Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness. This comes immediately after their announcements of Blu-ray releases of the two Tales From the Crypt spin off films, Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood. Those two are certainly great news, but Army of Darkness is certainly the winner today.Army of Darkness is one of those films that has been released and re-released over and over again by Starz / Anchor Bay and has proved to be a cash cow for that company. However, no single release of the film in the Us has ever been definitive. There are at least three different cuts of the...
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Let’s file this one under, “Holy Shit”. Earlier today, genre releasing darlings Scream Factory announced that the much requested Tales From The Crypt films, Ernest Dickerson’s 1995 film Demon Knight and 1996’s Gilbert Adler-helmed Bordello Of Blood were finally getting the Collector’s Edition Bluray treatment, leaving horror fans’ mouths wide open and ending in a group clap that rivals the most epic of announcements. The news of those two films each getting the deluxe treatment separately, and not in a double feature release is awesome, as it looks like Sf is going to go all out with each film.
Now adding to the excitement is out of nowhere announcement that will only add to the excitement: they’re also getting ready to put out a brand new Collector’s Edition Bluray of Sam Raimi’s Army Of Darkness, the third film in the Evil Dead series. So »
- Jerry Smith
Ernest Dickerson’s awesome Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight will be coming to Blu-ray alongside Bordello of Blood, thanks to Scream Factory. The 1995 favorite, directed by Dickerson and starring Billy Zane and William Sadler, is a highly requested title by the cult and horror label. An extension of the series, Demon Knight sees the…
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- Samuel Zimmerman
Two of the Cryptkeeper's big screen stories will receive a stellar home media treatment this fall. Scream Factory has announced that on October 20th, they will release the Tales From the Crypt films Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood in respective Collector's Edition Blu-rays.
From Scream Factory: "You asked for them...and we got em! Both Tales From The Crypt films Demon Knight (1995) and Bordello Of Blood (1996) will be coming out on 10/20 as separate "Collector Edition" Blu-rays. We have no additional information at this time except that newly-commissioned artwork will be revealed next month and that extras will be announced in Late Summer.
The cat (crypt keeper?) was let out of the bag (coffin?) earlier today over a leak on the internet that caught us by surprise and hence the out-of-the-blue announce today. Originally, we had planned to reveal these two highly-requested titles sometime next week. smile emoticon We hope »
- Derek Anderson
All hail a cult classic. When "Demon Knight" premiered in theaters in January 1995, the kickoff to Universal's would-be "Tales from the Crypt" big-screen franchise suffered from generally negative reviews and mild box-office - only to develop a healthy cult following among lovers of old-school creature features in the intervening years. I remember seeing it on a Friday night in a packed house and loving every minute of it, from Billy Zane's over-the-top bad guy to those A-grade practical monster effects. Though the Ernest R. Dickerson-directed film was followed by two inferior movies - 1996's heinous Dennis Miller vehicle "Bordello of Blood" and 2002's "Ritual" - "Demon Knight" holds up one of the best horror-comedies of the 1990s. As it hits the two-decade mark, I'm counting down 10 reasons why it deserves our admiration. »
- Chris Eggertsen
9 items from 2015
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