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The House on Sorority Row Limited Edition Blu-ray Cover Art and Details Announced

Director Mark Rosen’s 80’s slasher flick The House on Sorority Row is one of my favorites of the subgenre. I only sat down and finally watched the movie end-to-end a few years back and I loved every minute. This is one of the few slashers that I believe would make a great TV series. And it’s with […]

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Cover Art and Details for Scorpion Releasing’s The House On Sorority Row Limited Edition Blu-ray

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College graduation should have been the time of their lives, but a group of sorority sisters instead find themselves fighting for their lives in The House on Sorority Row. In March of 2018, Scorpion Releasing will deliver a limited edition Blu-ray of the 1983 slasher film with over 45 hours of color correction, and as a special holiday treat, they've unveiled the new cover art as well as the release details for the anticipated Blu-ray.

From Scorpion Releasing: "Here is the custom cover art from artist The Glitchway for our re-issue of The House On Sorority Row that will be sold exclusively on Ronin. The reverse will feature a unique different art, since the famous art has been done to death as it was used in over five different releases.

This is a brand new 2k scan of the original negative, with over 45 hours of color correction, done Exclusive for this release.
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Halloween 2017: Hack, Slash, Stream: 13 Slashers to Watch on Shudder

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Of all the many sub-genres in horror, the slasher is probably my favorite. There aren’t many good ones, but even the bad ones tend to deliver exactly what we want from the formula. They’re horror movie comfort food, and Shudder is offering an entire buffet this October.

Black Christmas (1973, dir. Bob Clark) In many ways the first modern slasher film, Bob Clark’s holiday horror movie is, to this day, a genre masterpiece. From its chilly Canadian atmosphere to the disturbing obscene phone calls being made to a sorority house, Black Christmas is brilliantly constructed and hugely influential. It’s not just one of my favorite slasher movies, but one of my favorite horror movies of any type, full stop.

Blood Rage (1987, dir. Bruce Rubin) There are slasher movies that are tense and scary and stylish. Blood Rage is not one of them. Shot in 1983 but not released
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Influential Slasher ‘The House on Sorority Row’ Comes to UK Blu-ray!

Influential Slasher ‘The House on Sorority Row’ Comes to UK Blu-ray!
UK’s 88 Films is gearing up to release the 31st entry in their Slasher Classics Collection with The House on Sorority Row coming to region B Blu-ray on October 23rd! The film is now available for pre-order directly from 88 Films and they have an 88 webstore exclusive that includes a limited edition glossy slipcase and […]
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Review: Fox Trap (2016)

Slasher movies have always flooded the Dtv marketplace as they are quick to make and cheap to produce and ultimately the go to sub-genre for student filmmakers. With this easy access, the vast majority of these films are bound to be either completely unwatchable or so devoid of talent that you end up wondering why you bothered. I’d be lying if I told you Fox Trap breaks new ground or plays outside the box, it doesn’t, but what it does well is emulate the best aspects of past slasher favourites and provides a thriller that will surely please genre fans.

Keeping with tradition, Fox Trap opens with a prologue. It’s prom night and a group of friends prank one of their fellow classmates, naturally the stunt goes horribly wrong. Fast forward eight years later, and the same group of friends have all received invitations to a reunion
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November 8th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Bubba Ho-tep, The Initiation

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Tuesday, November 8th is a big day for politics, but on the home entertainment side of things, it’s a relatively quiet week for Blu-ray and DVD releases, as we have only a few bright spots to look forward to. Scream Factory has given Don Coscarelli’s modern classic Bubba Ho-Tep the Collector’s Edition treatment, and for you cult cinema fans out there, both The Initiation and Night Has a Thousand Desires receive a much-needed HD upgrade as well.

Other notable releases for this Tuesday include Halloweed, Bleed, Amigo Undead, and Gorgasm.

Bubba Ho-Tep: Collector’s Edition (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

Bruce Campbell (Army of Darkness) "gives his greatest and most entertaining performance to date", (Premiere) as an aging and cantankerous "Elvis", in this "zinger-filled crowd-pleaser", (The Hollywood Reporter) from writer-director Don Coscarelli (Phantasm, John Dies At The End)! When mysterious deaths plague a Texas retirement home,
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Full Release Details for Arrow Video’s C.H.U.D., The Initiation, and The Driller Killer Blu-rays

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This November, Arrow Video offers horror fans a wide variety of thrills and onscreen kills with their respective Blu-ray releases of C.H.U.D., The Initiation, and The Driller Killer, and the full release details for all three Blu-rays have now been revealed.

Press Release: Mvd Entertainment Group furthers the distribution of Arrow Video in the Us with three great new titles in November. The month kicks off with The Initiation on Blu-ray, one of the best of the college-based slasher movies of the 1980s. One of the later entries into the genre, it had horror fans hooked with its tense stalk 'n' slash scenes and it's surprising twist of an ending.

The horror continues with C.H.U.D., the classic 80s horror featuring the Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers making their long-awaited debut on Blu-ray with a brand new restoration from original film elements.

Last but by no means least comes Arrow Video's
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Arrow Video’s November Blu-ray Releases to Include C.H.U.D., The Initiation, The Driller Killer

Arrow Video has now given horror fans several big reasons to look forward to November, as they will keep the scary spirits alive post-Halloween with Us / UK Blu-ray releases of The Initiation and The Driller Killer, a Us Blu-ray / DVD release of C.H.U.D., and a UK Blu-ray / DVD release of Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf.

From Arrow Video’s official Facebook page: “New Us Title Announcement: C.H.U.D Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD

The ultimate underground movie experience

North American Blu-ray pre-order link should be live soon!

They’Re Not Staying Down There, Anymore!

From the subterranean depths it crawls! Finally making its long-awaited debut on Blu-ray, director Douglas Cheek’s cult ‘80s favorite C.H.U.D. is the ultimate underground movie experience.

In downtown Manhattan, a police captain’s hunt for his missing wife leads to the discovery of a series of mysterious disappearances in the area.
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'Sorority Row’ (2009) Review

Reviewed by Jesse Miller

Based upon the 1983 horror The House on Sorority Row, this remake loosely takes the original’s idea of a prank gone horribly wrong and delivers a new take on the moral dilemma among its cast of colourful characters.

So after a prank to get back at a cheating boyfriend of one of the sorority girls goes wrong and she’s accidentally murdered, the other sisters and the boyfriend all vow to keep her death a secret and label it to the authorities as a disappearance.

Eight months later, something or someone is not too pleased with the secret, as they are killing off the group of girls one by one in rather nasty and effective ways. But which one of them is the killer? And have they lost their mind with guilt?

Sorority Row has a lot of things going for it. It’s
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Editorial: An In Depth Look At Why TV’s Scream Queens Matters by Leonel VHS

Lately I’ve been reveling in the fact that horror has made a huge resurgence on the small screen within the last few years. Back when I was a youngster in the late eighties, horror had a small presence on television, but albeit in a different form. Most of what was on the air then were memorable anthology series ranging from the wonderful reincarnation of the beloved The Twilight Zone to Tales From the Darkside and Amazing Stories to series based on well-known horror franchises: Friday the 13th begat its own series and A Nightmare On Elm Street brought forth the ultra-cheesy and fun Freddy’s Nightmares. I love that there are quite a number of series now on the air to choose from. But unfortunately, the quality varies between them on a great scale. With some of them now having established loyal audiences and rabid cult followings, in their
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Scream Queens spoiler-free episode 1 review: Pilot

Our Us chums were at the world premiere of Ryan Murphy's crazy, fun new horror comedy series, Scream Queens at Sdcc 2015...

Before the world premiere of the Scream Queens pilot at San Diego Comic-Con, Jamie Lee Curtis emceed the event like it was last call the night before the Navy leaves the Golden Coast, and there was still plenty of partying to do. By the time Curtis had introduced the cast, including Emma Roberts and Lea Michele, and paid her respects to Scream Queens creator Ryan Murphy, the mood in the room was wild, jubilant, and maybe a little nuts. So in many respects, it reflected the tone of the maniacally entertaining television series they were about to watch.

While I have vowed not to give away any spoilers for the first hour of Fox’s high-concept slasher/comedy/soap opera/mystery thriller, I can definitely say that at
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The Scooby-Doo Gang Collide With Maniac Cop, Bloody Valentine, Sorority Row

Back in August, Shock first introduced you to the works of Travis Falligant, an artist who introduced the Scooby-Doo gang to a variety of horror movie villains in a series of fun illustrations. He's still at it, recently revealing three new pieces that draw inspiration from My Bloody Valentine, The House on Sorority Row and Maniac Cop 2. Check 'em out in the gallery below along with his previous art.

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The Dark Half and Monkey Shines Blu-ray Bonus Features Revealed

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Though he’s best known for his legions of the living dead, George A. Romero has captured other deadly forces with his camera, including a psychotic pseudonym come to life in The Dark Half (based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name) and a murderous primate in Monkey Shines. Scream Factory is bringing both films to Blu-ray with bonus features, including new audio commentaries by Romero.

Press Release - “This fall, Scream Factory will release The Dark Half and Monkey Shines, two horror favorites from acclaimed director George A. Romero. Making their Blu-ray debuts on November 18th, 2014, each release also boasts brand new bonus features including all new audio commentaries with George A. Romero, new retrospective featurettes with cast and crew, behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes and much more! In addition, fans who order their copies from will have their order shipped three weeks early!
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Celebrate Halloween With Scream Factory!

It’s impossible for me to hide the fact that Scream Factory is one of my favorite boutique media labels. As far as content goes, they give me the type of films that I really want to see on the Blu-ray format. They’ve had a strong first couple of years, and I see no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. Two of the biggest… neigh, The two biggest releases of the 2014 Halloween Seasons is coming from these guys. I’m speaking, of course, about the Director’s Cut of Nightbreed, as well as the Complete Halloween Collection. But you’ve already heard about those, and pre-ordered them, right? Well, here is their entire fall(Sept/Oct… And some November, cause shut up.) lineup, in case a few have slipped by you.

September 9, 2014 Pumpkinhead (Collector’s Edition) Srp $29.93 Bd

Scream Factory has announced a September 9 Blu-ray release of a
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Scream Factory Gives Fans The Romero/King Treatment With Upcoming Monkey Shines/The Dark Half Blurays; Full Specs!

Making good one their Comic-Con announcement back in July, the gang at Scream Factory have announced the full specs for the upcoming Bluray releases of two of George A. Romero’s non-zombie films (and two Stephen King adaptions), 1988’s Monkey Shines and Romero’s 1993’s The Dark Half. Both releases boast new retrospectives, as well as various other goodies (including new commentaries by the man himself, George A. Romero), and hit shelves on November 18th. As an added bonus, people who order their copies directly from Scream Factory will receive their copies a full three weeks early!

I happen to love both films, so the release of brand new Blurays featuring new content is right up my alley. I’ll be picking them up, will you fright fanatics?

The Dark Half

“Based on the best-selling book by Stephen King, The Dark Half tells the story of horror writer Thad Beaumont
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Contest: Buy Under the Blade, Enter to Win Slasher Blu-rays and DVDs!

My new novel, "Under the Blade" came out last week, and as a way of promoting the project, I put together a fun contest that asks you to buy my book and enter an awesome giveaway with multiple winners. Of course, you gotta do a little work for this one, but only a little!

From now until the end of summer, September 22, 2014, you have an opportunity to enter my "Slasher Summer" contest. By entering, you can win a bundle of slasher films on Blu-ray and DVD. These are some of the films that inspired "Under the Blade," so the tie-in feels appropriate.

Please note this contest isn't sponsored by the labels whose discs I'm giving away. I purchased these titles for the purposes of this contest. Think of this as my advertising budget.

What You Can Win

First prize takes home a bundle of Blu-ray discs valued at $80. These films
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Review: Haunted House On Sorority Row

I am ride or die for indie horror films. When I say “indie,” I’m not referring to films with only one million dollar budgets in comparison to $100,000,000 budgets. I’m talking about the films that won’t show up on Netflix instant watch and the films that you can only find if you buy directly from the director at their convention table. I’ve spoken many times before on the incredible experience that is the Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo. It’s a convention devoid of guests that charge insane amounts of money for signatures because they’ve been on One horror related television show, but rather a place to celebrate the people that starred in the roles of yesteryear that we’ve worshiped over time. Cinema Wasteland is also a breeding ground for some of the most unique films that would otherwise go completely unnoticed. Thanks to the Wastelanders,
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Sorority Party Massacre Gets a Clever New Poster

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Sorority Party Massacre Gets a Clever New Poster
We all know by now that slasher villains just love to kill young, scantily clad babes, which is why sorority houses makes for the absolute perfect playground for those with a penchant for wearing masks and carrying around sharp objects.  Not surprisingly, many horror movies over the years have indeed used sorority houses as their settings, from Black Christmas to The House on Sorority Row.  The latest addition to the sorority slashers sub-genre is Sorority Party Massacre, which Anchor Bay is putting out on home video early next year.

Directed by Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones, Sorority Party Massacre centers on the slashings of beautiful sorority babes on an isolated island town, where one girl has gone missing for each of the last 20 years.  When a big-city cop and the small town's local sheriff begin to investigate the string of mysterious disappearances, they soon realize they're dealing with a
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A Look Back at More Misleading VHS Box Cover Art

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A Look Back at More Misleading VHS Box Cover Art
The fantastic thing about the VHS years is that the poster art was frequently hand drawn and frequently had very little or nothing to do with the actual film. If you picked a film based solely on the box cover, you had a pretty good chance of being disappointed or at least surprised. Distributors seemed to see a snazzy box cover as a good way to get some mileage out of a subpar film. That still goes on today, but it seems to happen less frequently and the artwork just isn’t the same. In spite of the trickery that duped more than a couple of horror fans in the late ‘70s through the early ‘90s, there are some terrific and legitimate films that have terribly misleading – albeit awesome – cover art. For that reason, we present to you ten more examples of awesomely misleading film artwork.

If you haven’t read part one yet,
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Even More Fun Horror Movies That Received Rotten Reviews

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We frequently disagree with movie critics on their critiques of horror films. It seems that the majority of mainstream critics are not able to accept horror films for what they are intended to do: scare the audience and entertain. Not every horror film is meant to be taken seriously or to make a profound statement and we think that’s ok.

We are left wondering if mainstream film critics dismiss horror films as a lesser art form and perhaps tend to view them as not worth their time. In light of that, FEARnet has been running a recurring a piece exploring good horror movies that received ‘rotten’ reviews on the aggregate film rating site Rotten Tomatoes. Since the series has proved popular, we are bringing you a third installment.

If you missed Round I, Round II or Round III check them out now.

The House on Sorority Row 20%

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