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Blu-ray Review – Space: 1999 – The Complete Series

Space:1999

Directed by Ray Austin, Tom Clegg, Kevin Connor, Charles Crichton, Val Guest, Lee H. Katzin, Bob Kellett, Robert Lynn, Peter Medak, David Tomblin.

Starring. Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Barry Morse, Catherine Schell, Prentis Hancock, Clifton Jones, Zienia Merton, Anton Phillips, Nick Tate, Suzanne Roquette, Tony Anholt, Jeffery Kissoon, Alibe Parsons, Yasuko Nagazumi.

Synopsis:

Space: 1999 fans will be happy to hear that Shout! Factory went the extra mile for this Blu-ray set that includes remastered episodes for both seasons, as well as several hours of bonus features that serve up some new interviews and commentary tracks. While not all the extras from past releases are included here, there’s enough material to keep fans busy for a while.

Somewhere in the recesses of my brain, there are full memories of me watching Space: 1999 when it aired on American TV, but all I can conjure today are flickers of remembrance. Star Trek
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Shudder’s October Titles to Include 1980s Anthology Series Tales From The Darkside

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Shudder will take viewers to the place that's "not as brightly lit" this Halloween season, as the 1980s anthology series Tales From the Darkside will be available to watch in its entirety on the horror streaming service beginning October 1st:

Press Release: New York, New York – September 26, 2016 – The AMC-backed streaming service, Shudder, is The entertainment destination for everything you need to watch this Halloween season. Whether you’re a hardcore horror fan or simply looking for the scariest films to celebrate this time of year, Shudder has something for everyone in its sweeping library, carefully curated by some of the top horror experts in the world.

As Halloween approaches, Shudder is expanding its database with a variety of new titles including cult favorites, blockbuster hits, and classic thrillers. Additionally, for the first time ever, Shudder will be offering horror TV series to complement its expansive film library.

Premiering October 20th
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‘Crypt of / House of… the Living Dead’ Review (Vinegar Syndrome)

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Crypt Of The Living Dead

(1973, dir: Julio Salvador & Ray Danton)

“The Undead Dies…Again, Again And Again!”

One night whilst snooping round a luxurios island villa, archaeologist Professor Bolton (Mariano García Rey, Shaft in Africa) is attacked by crazed writer Peter (Mark Damon, Black Sabbath). Bolton is left for dead under a tomb. When his son Chris (Andrew Pine, The Town That Dreaded Sundown) finds out about the fate of his father, he visits the island to say his goodbyes. He is greeted by Peter who is playing the nice guy card. Once settled and with the help of the mysterious locals, Chris and Peter begin to open the tomb belonging to Hannah (Teresa Gimpera, Lips of Blood), who according to local folklore was the vampiric wife of Louis VII. Once opened, they discover the still fresh corpse of Hannah (who looks damn good considering she’s been buried for 700 years!
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9 Great Posters for 9 Not-So-Great Movies (That I Haven't Seen)

9 Great Posters for 9 Not-So-Great Movies (that I Haven't Seen) If you missed it, yesterday I explored 11 great posters from 11 not-so-great movies, and I promised today I would take a slightly different angle at the same idea. Yesterday's 11 posters were for films I had seen, today's collection come from nine films I have never seen and I can't take full credit for this list. After I had compiled a list of my own I reached out to a few friends and one of them provided me a Ton of suggestions, several of which I had never seen. David Frank, who used to provide content on a regular basis for me, is a big poster buff and of the nine posters here, he suggested seven of them. As for the other two, well, I'll explain below and perhaps in too much detail on one of them. This list also differs from my
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Eight of Horror's Most Bewitching Women

Eight of Horror's Most Bewitching Women
Ray Austin's 1972 British horror exploitation film Virgin Witch gets a Blu-ray release today from Redemption. The story follows two sisters who head to a country manor for a fashion photo shoot and end up recruited by a coven of witches — led by a lascivious lesbian and a pervy doctor. The film's home entertainment release inspired us to look back on several of horror cinema's sexiest witches that hail from the same era. The '60s and '70s occult craze created a coven of memorably seductive sorceresses, which you can become acquainted with past the break. Leave us your picks below. Daughters of Satan Tom Selleck's pants are so tight his head might explode and Barra Grant can't act her...
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DVD Review: Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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Return Of The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Stars: Robert Vaughn, David McCallum, Patrick Macnee, George Lazenby | Written by Michael Sloan | Directed by Ray Austin

Nostalgia is always a popular tool, especially in the DVD market. Shows like the Man from U.N.C.L.E that don’t have a release yet on DVD in the UK are sought after by people who remember the show and want to relive them on a format that is now seen as the mainstream choice. Return of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. could be seen as a way to appease these people who want to see a release, and maybe if they were lucky this release could also be testing the waters to see if there is a desire from the fans to see finally see the show again.

When Thrush steal a nuclear device and threaten to blow it up
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The Zombie Feast Film Festival Begins Rotting on Screens Today in Victoria, B.C.!

Zombie Feast Poster 2010Zombie Feast is an almost exclusively zombie themed horror film festival, which begins in Victoria, British Columbia today! This event will host several feature length films. Included are Left Film's Colin, the 1973 classic Crypt of the Living Dead, Silent Night, Zombie Night, where writer Wes Laurie has been interviewed (here) and Brain Dead also reviewed (here). Dozens of shorts will also participate over this three day festival including: "Night of the Living Dead Mexicans," "Bong of the Dead," director Thomas Newman has been interviewed (here), and "Dead Walkers." The full film schedule is below and horrorites are invited to attend beginning noon today (tix are only $5).

Friday, October 29th (Noon - 9pm)

Noon:

Crypt of the Living Dead (1973) :85 Julio Salvador, Ray Danton Classic Horror

1:30 Pm

Silent Night, Zombie Night :83 Sean Cain, Wes Laurie Velvet Hammer Films

3:00 Pm

"If We Wait Till Tomorrow" :
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DVD Releases: Doomsday Comes to a Dark Tribe

A decent helping of horror DVDs is coming your way this Tuesday, July 29th, 2008... check 'em out!

Antisocial Behavior (2007)

Directed by Vinson Pike

Ever since a traumatic accident when he was a child, Jakob Kelser has been alone, shunning the outside world and ignoring everyone who tries to connect with him. When a gang of teenagers makes him their new target, all of his pent-up rage is released, and now not a single soul in his neighborhood is safe from his vengeance. Buy it here!

Bloody Moon (1981)

Directed by Jess Franco

Incest, voyeurism and disco; only from Jess Franco can you expect to get all three in one movie. Bloody Moon was Franco’s answer to the stalk-n-slash trend of the late 70’s/early 80’s, but it’s nothing like any of the Black Christmas copycats that came out in that time frame. Fully remastered in high def and featuring
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