Dark Star Pictures has announced it’s bringing the Norwegian horror film Project Z to DVD, digital and selected theaters next month.
Uncork’d Entertainment has announced they’re publishing Monsternado on DVD and digital platforms next month.
There was a rumor flying through the Net yesterday we were hoping wasn’t real, but today actual confirmation came out. Best Buy says they’re eliminating Blu-Ray and DVD movies from their stores starting early next year. We don’t just mean from the physical locations — we mean you won’t even be able to buy a movie on disc from their online store.
Cinephobia Releasing has announced they’re bringing the Italian horror flick The Goldsmith to the US, publishing it on DVD and VOD platforms this fall.
There was a fairly recent time when the attitude in the air was “who needs physical media anymore? We can completely trust these huge streaming organizations to keep all their shows accessible forever, right?” Unfortunately, it took the collective masses so long to figure out their mistake, most shows are now released digital-only (and then disappear).
Believe it or not, Pixar’s Elemental can now be considered somewhat of a success for the company. It’s proven to have a long tail, remaining in the top ten box office to this very day despite opening soft. The bad marketing made the movie look very generic, but positive word of mouth has overtaken the badly edited ads and given the film a second chance. It’s now earned over $400 million, twice as much as Encanto.
B-movie kings Wild Eye Releasing have another delightful cheesefest ready for release this fall…another “giant creature on the rampage” feature, but this is one of those rare times it’s not about a shark. We’re going old school this time and reaching back to the original menace, a giant ape.
Someone created a horror parody of the 1980s comedy classic Caddyshack. I could stop there and you’d probably all be sold, but it’s my job to continue. Caddy Hack is the name of a demented new riff where the gophers aren’t just a pain in the neck, they’re downright murderous.
After a limited theatrical run in select theaters over the past few months, the indie horror film The Headmistress has been released to DVD as of today.
Our nation faces a crisis. The instances of animals in trashy movies getting addicted to dangerous substances is reaching epidemic levels. First it was Cocaine Bears, then it was followed by the appearance of Meth Gators, and now we’re hearing stories of GIANT SHARKS on coke. Something must be done to curb the tide!
Millions of years ago, a massive prehistoric shark called the Megalodon terrorized the waves. It’s been extinct for a long time, until now….when the massive direct-to-DVD hunger for cheesy shark movies resurrected the beast! It was a lesson humanity learned too late.