Archive for Joe Corey

Ghoulies & Ghoulies II rise up on Blu-ray in April

This nightmare will be even more vivid with the double feature release of Ghoulie & Ghoulies II on Blu-ray. »»

Thunderbirds are go for Blu-ray in June

Now all the exciting episodes arrives on Thunderbirds: The Complete Series »»

Deep in the Darkness shines in April

Maine has always been a scary state thanks to the work of Stephen King. Vermont has been a raher quirky state after Newhart. But what about New Hampshire, the state between them? Deep in the Darkness gives quite a few chills to the land of syrup, liq »»

DVD Review: Bubble Guppies: Fin-Tastic Collection

Bubble Guppies is a TV show on Nickelodeon that seems inspired by the dream of Sea-Monkeys. »»

From A Whisper To A Scream, Vincent Price's Farewell Due In April

Vincent Price's last horror film to get Scream Factory's special treatment. »»

DVD Review: Super Sentai - Zyuranger (The Complete Series)

With Joseph Kahn's Power Rangers short going viral, now is a great time to see what the Power Rangers were like when they were Japan's Super Sentai - Zyuranger. »»

Mad Max Revs To Scream Factory As Collector's Edition This May

New collector's edition of famed post-apocalyptic film to feature new interviews with Mel Gibson and more! »»

DVD Review: Maude (The Complete Series)

"And then there's Maude!" »»

Shout! Factory TV Offers The Werner Herzog Marathon For March

Werner Herzog's documentaries just a small sample of what Shout! Factory TV has in store for the month of March. »»

Blu-ray Review: Muscle Beach Party

Teens flocked to the movie theaters to take in the fun of Frankie Avalon (Grease) and Annette Funicello (The Mickey Mouse Club) in Beach Party during the summer of 1963. American International Pictures knew they had found a winning formula and quickly set about to make sure there would be a sequel in the theaters for Spring Break of 1964. »»

A double dose of Carrie from Scream Factory

High School is traumatic enough without having extreme telekinetic powers. »»

Blu-ray Review: Wild Orchid

Once upon a time, Mickey Rourke was a handsome man. Fans of The Wrestler, Sin City and Iron Man 2 might be puzzled at that statement. The Mickey Rourke of today looks like an uncooked roast beef with eyeballs and a wig. »»

Roger Moore's The Saint rises up in May

When sinners strike, call on THE SAINT! »»

Blu-ray Review: Beach Blanket Bingo

This was the fourth of the five core Beach Party films. This was the one your UHF channel would run Thursday. But which one is it? »»

Blu-ray Review: Lady Chatterley's Lover

Once upon a time in the '80s, Cinemax wasn't merely HBO's junk drawer. It had its own identity thanks a late night programming block called it "Cinemax After Dark." »»

Escape From New York breaks out Blu-Ray Collector's Edition

Scream Factory is giving the Collector's Edition treatment to Escape From New York on April 21. Along with previous bonus features, there's new stuff including a commentary track with Carpenter and mega-star Kurt Russell. Here's the press release from Scream Factory: »»

DVD Review: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (The Complete Series)

Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: The Complete Series contains a science fiction show that would rival the output of Irwin Allen's science fiction shows of 1967. »»

DVD Review: Batman: The Television Series (The Second Season, Part One)

Batmania ruled 1966. The series changed television when it made camp cool. »»

Class of 1984 graduates to Blu-ray in April

The film is what happens when the cast of The Warriors attends Fast Times At Ridgemont High. »»

Blu-ray Review: Blackula & Scream Blacula Scream

Blacula & Scream Blacula Scream is a double feature of urban horror that lives up to the undead glory promised. »»

Blu-ray Review: Maison Close (Season One)

Maison Close: Season One is a French TV series that goes to arty and sadistic extremes of the harsh life inside a Parisian brothel in the 19th Century. »»

Breakin’ & Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo pops on Blu-ray in April

You'll get to see the most non-gangsta moment in Ice-T's career in 1080p. Here's the press release from Shout! »»

Blu-ray Review: Phantom of the Opera: The Motion Picture

what hope is there when a horror star craves a different genre? »»

Tom and Jerry: The Gene Deitch Collection explodes in June

These cartoons were what inspired Itchy and Scratchy on The Simpsons. »»

The Colbys arrives complete in May

This was the spin-off series about other really rich people that aired as a primetime soap opera. »»

DVD Review: NYPD Blue (Season 08)

Is this the season where Det. Andy Sipowicz cracks? »»

The Nanny: The Complete Series Laughs In May

The Fran Drescher series comes complete thanks to Shout! Factory. »»

DVD Review: The Wonder Years (Season Two)

The Wonder Years: Season Two should be viewed as a continuation of year one. »»

DVD Review: Stingray (50th Anniversary Edition)

Gerry Anderson revolutionized television with his ability to pull strings on his performers. »»

DVD Review: Vinegar Syndrome's January Releases

Vinegar Syndrome could easily be described as the Criterion Collection of Times Square classics. But that's not good enough. »»

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