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Vincent Price Gets 2nd Blu-ray Collection In October

The Last Man on Earth and sequel to The Fly will be among those in this latest Vincent Price Blu-ray collection. »»

Disc News: Scream Factory Launches 31 Days of Screams

Scream Factory touting deals and a special contest as it counts down to Halloween. »»

Disc News: Vincent Price Scares Blu-ray

Scream Factory preps a high-definition Vincent Price set for Halloween. »»

Disc News: Vincent Price gives Blu-ray scares

This Halloween should be extra spooky with six of Vincent Price's best horror films coming out in The Vincent Price Collection. The films include Fall of the House of Usher, The Haunted Palace, The Masque of the Red Death, The Pit and the Pendulum, W »»

DVD Review: Confessions of an Opium Eater

This is the most addictive film of Vincent Price's career. Taste the weirdness. »»

Disc News: More Bonus Features For Carol Burnett Show Boxset

Fans eager for the upcoming The Carol Burnett Show - The Ultimate Collection are getting even more in the boxset when Time-Life ships it this August. »»

Disc News: Carol Burnett Show Spends Some Time With You

Time Life's next big television box set is coming this July! »»

DVD Review: Elvira’s Haunted Hills: The Enhanced Edition

Elvira’s Haunted Hills: The Enhanced Edition dusts off the cobwebs of a choice bit of parody involving the Edgar Allen Poe movies made by Vincent Price and Roger Corman. »»

From The Shelf - Edward Scissorhands

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Edward Scissorhands offers up some tantalizing clues to director Tim Burton's past, career. »»

Life After People: The Complete Season One - DVD Review

Sure it's a series that will get your mind gears moving and have you thinking a lot, but that shouldn't turn you off here because in no means is this an educational series. Life After People is just eye-opening, intriguing, and overly creepy making for a really cool viewing experience. »»

The William Castle Film Collection - DVD Review

The William Castle Film Collection provides the eight films he made for Columbia at the height of his fame when he became as much of a cinema icon as Alfred Hitchcock and Walt Disney. »»

William Castle's set to tingle in October

William Castle knew how to make a night at the movies a true adventure. He came up with gimmicks that thrilled millions. The William Castle Film Collection boxes together his legendary films. Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story was a hit at Durham's Full Frame Documentary Festival. It's the perfect bonus feature to let you know how Castle presented his films. Here's the press release from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment with a complete breakdown of the set. »»

Rifftrax: House on Haunted Hill - DVD Review

The old theme song to Mystery Science Theater 3000 said that they’d “watch cheesy movies / the worst we can find / La! La! La!” Well, thanks to Rifftrax, they no longer have to limit themselves to only the bad ones. »»

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season Four, Volume One - DVD Review

The forth tour of Voyage saw the production budget slashed one more time. This cutback is reflected in numerous episodes taking place on the submarine. Most of the time the crew is being chased by monsters shared with Lost In Space. »»

I Am Legend: Ultimate Collectors Edition - DVD Review

Microbes are evil. They’re almost as evil as microbiology can be to your college GPA. Emma Thompson reengineers measles so it can cure cancer. But this miracle of science turns out to be mankind’s downfall. The microbes transform humans into vampirish creatures. The only pure man left alive in Manhattan is Will Smith. His singular struggle is throughly explored on I Am Legend: Ultimate Collector’s Edition. »»

Fox Horror Classics Collection, Vol. 2 - DVD Review

Fox wasn't a studio known for horror. During the golden years of black and white cinema, they never delved deeply into the fright genre like Universal with its classic monsters. Fox Horror Classics Collection, Vol. 2 brings together a trio of films that put a chill in the audience without making them die of shock. Chandu the Magician, Dr. Renault's Secret and Dragonwyck aren't conventional horror films. There's no gore or screams, but they do star Vincent Price and Bela Lugosi in creepy roles. And you won't forget J. Carrol Naish's haircut. »»

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