Halloween Movies

  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    For God's sake, GET OUT!" was the ad campaign for the 1979 shocker The Amityville Horror. The film was based on the allegedly true story of the luckless Lutz family, who move lock, stock, and barrel into a new home, only to find that it is possessed by the demonic spirits of its previous owners. Variations of the Seven Deadly Plagues emanate from virtually every household fixture, while other forms of otherworldly mischief are suffered by the Lutz children. Enter kindly Father Delaney (Rod Steiger) , who does his utmost to exorcise the house. The Amityville Horror was frequently greeted with laughs from its first-run audiences, especially after it was discovered that the "actual" events depicted in the film (based on a book by Jay Anson) were complete fabricationsHal Erickson
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    One of the most celebrated horror films of the late '70s is given a new look in this remake, produced by blockbuster filmmaker Michael Bay. George and Kathy Lutz (Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George) are a young couple who are looking for a new home, and think they've found a dream house in Amityville, Long Island - a large and beautiful home available at a bargain price. George thinks that there must be a catch, and learns that the house has a dark history - a year before, a man living in the house murdered his family in their sleep, claiming he was commanded to commit the crime by demons. Shrugging off stories that the house is haunted, George and Kathy move in with their three kids, only to discover that something evil lurks within the house, and even Father McNamara (Philip Baker Hall) , an expert on possession, is powerless to clear the dark spirits from the home. The Amityville Horror was based on the same book by Jay Anson that provided the basis for the 1979 film, which in turn documented an actual incidentMark Deming
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  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    A group of entitled schoolgirls are targeted by malicious cyberbullies in this nail-biting horror film. The preteen friends become obsessed with a social-media game, but they end up going on the run and dealing with some very real danger when they are tracked by unsavory characters. Chloe Sevigny, Timothy Hutton, Natasha Lyonne, and Taryn Manning co-star. Written and directed by Tara SubkoffTom Ciampoli
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    Tales From The Crypt / Vault Of Horror (Blu-ray Disc) (2 Disc)
    $17.99  from Best Buy
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    Murders In The Rue Morgue & The Dunwich Horror (Blu-ray Disc)
    $19.99  from Best Buy
  • WARNER HOME ENTERTAINMENT
    A skid-row florist's "mean green mother" of a monster plant is the center of "the looniest, nuttiest, most outrageous movie musical comedy in years" (Jeffrey Lyons, Sneak Preview) . Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, Ellen Green, Billy Murray and other comedy greats star. Includes Theatrical Version and Director's Cut, 20-minute Alternate Ending, Director Commentary, Deleted Scenes, Subtitles: English SDH (Subtitles for Deaf and Hearing Impaired) . 40-Page Blu-ray Book with Production Photos, Notes and Rare Insights into the Making of the Film, "Frank Oz and 'Little Shop of Horrors': The Director's Cut".
    $19.99  from Walmart US
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    Amityville Horror (Blu-ray Disc)
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  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    Not to be confused with David Hewitt's abominable Dr. Terror's Gallery of Horrors (AKA The Blood Suckers) , this clever horror omnibus is one of the better early anthologies from Amicus Productions, thanks to Freddie Francis' stylish direction and a tongue-in-cheek approach from writer Milton Subotsky (who would later apply the same sardonic treatment to the EC Comics-based productions Tales from the Crypt and The Vault of Horror) . The framing story is set in a train car, where five passengers have their fortunes told by the all-seeing Dr. Schreck (Peter Cushing) , who refers to his ominous tarot deck as his "House of Horrors." Their respective stories involve all manner of occult happenings: a jazz musician's involvement with a voodoo curse; an estate haunted by a werewolf; a doctor (Donald Sutherland) who suspects that his wife has become a vampire; a cottage besieged by a monster kudzu vine; and the most entertaining segment, in which arrogant art critic Christopher Lee is avidly pursued by a snubbed artist's severed hand. In the end, it doesn't take a jaded horror buff to deduce Schreck's true identity or the ultimate destination of the train passengers, but it's a fun ride nonetheless. Not all of the stories work (the vampire story's "twist" ending is rather silly, the voodoo tale painfully dated) , and the effects are generally sub-par, but Francis keeps the pace snappy throughout, giving the entire film a throwaway, Halloween spook-house feel. Hammer horror fans will certainly find this a keeper on the strength of Cushing and Lee's performancesCavett Binion
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  • NEWS CORPORATION
    There's no place like home. for bloodcurdling horror! James Brolin, Margot Kidder and Academy Award (R) winner Rod Steiger fall prey to the powers of darkness in this spine-tingling tale of a house possessed by unspeakable evil. One of the most talked-about haunted-house stories of all time, "The Amityville Horror" will hit you where you live. For George and Kathy Lutz, the colonial home on the river's edge seemed ideal: quaint, spacious and amazingly affordable. Of course, six brutal murders had taken place there just a year before, but houses don't have memories. or do they? Soon the Lutz dream house becomes a hellish nightmare, as walls begin to drip blood and satanic forces threaten to destroy them. Now the Lutzes must try to escape or forfeit their livesand their souls. Trailer Farm: Theatrical Trailer; Terminator; Species. Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.
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  • MPI HOME VIDEO
    In the early 1900s, anthropologist Alexander Saxton (Christopher Lee) unearths in China what he believes to be the scientific find of the new century: the centuries-old frozen body of a gigantic ape-like man, a veritable "missing link." Booking a ticket on the train back to Europe with his crated-up, but still very healthy discovery, he joins an international group of passengers on a nightmarish adventure aboard the "Horror Express". Even before the train embarks, things are amiss: a thief who tries to pick the lock on the monster's box is discovered stone-dead, his eyes turned completely white like two poached eggs. After the creature awakens and begins knocking off other travelers, Saxton is eventually forced to enlist the help of rival scientist Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing) . The two Bristish doctors soon begin a cat-and-mouse game of discovery, learning bits of information about the creature - which turns out to be a non-corporeal alien intelligence only temporarily inhabiting the ape-man - and trying to stop its bloody rampage through the train as it steals enough information from the brains of various passengers to enable it to return home. "Horror Express" is a relentlessly entertaining cult favorite and by far the best 1970s pairing of genre stalwarts Cushing and Lee, this time around not as enemies (as in their Hammer Dracula pictures) , but as reluctant comrades forced to combat a malign, extraterrestrial, and almost diabolical creature bent on human destruction. Introduction by Fangoria Editor Chris Alexander, Theatrical Trailer. "Murder On The Trans-Siberian Express: New Interview With Director Eugenio Martin", "Notes From The Blacklist: Producer Bernard Gordon Discusses The McCarthy Era", "The Guardian Interview With Peter Cushing 1973" (Audio only) , "Telly And Me: New Interview With Composer John Cacavas".
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  • Warner Brothers
    The Ring": It begins as just another urban legend - the whispered tale of a nightmarish videotape that causes anyone who watches it to die seven days later. But when four teenagers all meet with mysterious deaths exactly one week after watching just such a tape, investigative reporter Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts) tracks down the video. and watches it. Now, the legend is coming true, the clock is ticking and Rachel has just seven days to unravel the mystery of "The Ring". "Case 39": Academy Award (R) winner Renee Zellweger stars in this terrifying, supernatural thriller about a social worker who has been assigned the unusual and disturbing case of Lillith Sullivan. a girl with a strange and mysterious past. When Emily (Renee Zellweger) opens her home in an attempt to help Lillith, it turns into a deadly nightmare she may not survive. Co-starring Bradley Cooper, "Case 39" is a heart-stopping chiller with startling surprises that lead to a shocking and sinister ending. "The Uninvited": Following the suspicious death of their mother, sisters Anna and Alex become entangled in a deadly battle of wills when their father becomes engaged to Rachel, their mother's former caretaker. As the two sisters investigate Rachel's questionable past, they are confronted with ghostly visions, terrifying nightmares and deadly consequences. All leading to an ending so shocking it "will send chills down your spine!" - Pete Hammond, Hollywood.com. "Filed Under 'Evil': Inside 'Case 39'", "Turning Up the Heat on the Chill Factor", "Inside the Hornet's Nest", "Playing With Fire", Deleted Scenes, "Don't Watch This", "Rings", Cast and Filmmaker Interviews, "The Origin of Terror", Theatrical Trailer, "Unlocking the Uninvited". "The Ring" and "The Uninvited" are Rated PG-13, "Case 39" is Rated R.
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  • SHOUT FACTORY
    From Sean S. Cunningham, producer-director of the original "Friday The 13th", comes this electrifying tale of terror! 116 people are dead at the hands of Max Jenke (Brion James, "Blade Runner", "Crimewave") and his trusty meat cleaver. Now, justice is about to be served as Jenke is sentenced to the electric chair. But from the first high voltage blast, it becomes clear that Max is no ordinary serial killer. With a blood-chilling laugh from the depths of hell, Max enters our world, transformed into a supernatural force by the high-voltage blast of electricity. Max vows revenge on the cop who captured him. Well-aware of the maniacal killer's passion to destroy, Detective Lucas McCarthy (Lance Henriksen, "Pumpkinhead", "Aliens") can only begin to imagine the horror that awaits him and his family. Interviews with Rita Taggart and Kane Hodder, Theatrical trailer.
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    Children Of The Corn" -Twenty-five years after its original release, it remains one of the top shockers of the '80s and perhaps the most popular Stephen King story adaptation ever. Something is alive in the cornfields of desolate Gatlin, Nebraska, and the town's children will do anything to protect its horrific secret. But when a traveling couple (Peter Horton of "thirtysomething" and pre-"Terminator" Linda Hamilton) are taken prisoner by the killer kid cult, their battle for survival will unleash the most unholy sacrifice of all. The day that Isaac, Malachai, "He Who Walks Behind The Rows" and millions of CoTC fans have been waiting for has finally arrived: The original "Children of The Corn" is back, now in Blu-ray and loaded with exclusive new Bonus Features! "Hellraiser" -"In 1987," says "Fangoria", "prolific genre author, painter and first-time filmmaker Clive Baker unleashed upon unwary audience a flick that shook them to their core and forever redefined the face of genre cinema. "More than twenty years later, Baker's original vision of pleasure, pain and the nightmare icon forever known as Pinhead have returned like you've never seen them before. Andrew Robinson, Ashley Laurence, Clare Higgins and Doug Bradley star in this immortal classic, now loaded with extras for an experience beyond limits. Once again, the box is open. The Cenobites have been summoned. We have such sights to show you. finally in Blu-ray. "Halloween" -On a black and unholy Halloween night years ago, little Michael Myers brutally slaughtered his sister in cold blood. But for the last fifteen years, town residents have rested easy, knowing that he was safely locked away in a mental hospital. until tonight. Tonight, Michael returns to the same quiet neighborhood to relive his grisly murder again. and again. and again. For this is a night of evil. Tonight is Halloween. Audio Commentary with Director Fritz Kiersch; Producer Terrence Kiby and Actors John Franklin and Courtney Gains; Fast
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    The Omen": When their child is stillborn in Rome on the 6th day, of the 6th month, at the 6th hour - Robert Thorne, an American diplomat (Academy Award (R) -winner Gregory Peck) , and his wife Katherine (Lee Remick) are devastated. In his despair, Thorne exchanges his dead baby for one born at the same time. and unwittingly enters a bargain with the devil that culminates in a series of gruesome 'accidents'.and a child destined to one day destroy the world. "The Amityville Horror": James Brolin, Margot Kidder and Academy Award (R) winner Rod Steiger fall prey to the powers of darkness in this spine-tingling tale! For George and Kathy Lutz, the colonial home on the river's edge seemed ideal. But when the bloody history of the house begins to happen again, their dream house becomes a hellish nightmare from which the Lutzes must try to escape or forfeit their lives - and their souls! "The Fly": The gritty, realistic performances of Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis are at the heart of this terrifying tale of a transformation too horrifying to bear. and too relentless to stop! When a scientist (Goldblum) creates a miraculous teleportation device, he decides to test it himself. But after his first trip, he finds his DNA has been altered, beginning a metamorphosis which eventually changes him into a hideous monster. the Fly. Commentary by Director Richard Donner and Editor Stuart Baird, Commentary by Director Richard Donner and Brian Helgeland, Richard Donner On "The Omen", "'The Omen' Revelations With Trivia Track", Introduction by Director Richard Donner (2006) , Deleted Scene with Commentary, Documentaries: "666: The Omen Revealed" and "The Omen Legacy", Screenwriter's Notebook, "An Appreciation: Wes Craven on 'The Omen'", Jerry Goldsmith Discusses "The Omen" Score, Still Photo Gallery, Audio Commentary by Dr. Hans Holzer, PH.D. in Parapsychology, "For God's Sake, Get Out!" Documentary, Radio Spots, Commentary by Director David Cronenberg, "The Brundle Museum Of Natural
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  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    Amityville Horror Trilogy (3 Disc) (Blu-ray Disc)
    $49.99  from Best Buy
  • LEGEND MEDIA
    A classic tale of boy-meets-girl, plant-eats-people featuring Jack Nicholson in one of his first film roles. Seymour's (Jonathan Haze) exotic plant has an insatiable appetite only for blood and flesh. As the ruthless plant gros larger and larger with each feeding, so do Seymour's affections for the shop girl, Audrey (Jackie Joseph) . The madness culminates with Seymour and his bloodthirsty plant in a feeding frenzy of epic proportions. This timeless cult favorite is pristinely restored in high definition from rare 35mm film elements. Roger Corman's "Little Shop Of Horrors" has never looked better. Includes Fully Restored Black & White Version, Audio Commentary by Mike Nelson of "Mystery Science Theater 3000", Gallery of Killer Plants, Shocking Man-Eating Plants, Trailers.
    $10.47  from Walmart US
  • ANCHOR BAY STARZ
    Masters of Horror: Season 1, Vol. 2 (Blu-ray)
    $12.99  from Best Buy
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    The Zombie Horror Picture Show (Blu-Ray Disc) (PA)
    $17.99  from Best Buy
  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    American Horror Story: The Complete First Season (3 Discs) (Blu-ray)
    $19.99  from Best Buy
  • SPHE SCAN BASED TRADING ECON
    This festive Christmas horror film compiles a series of interwoven stories introduced by William Shatner in the role of radio personality DJ. Dan. The stories center around members of a family who are terrorized by Krampus, an evil anti-Santa spirit, who is intent on destroying the entire town and everyone in it. Santa Claus is called upon to defeat Krampus before he kills again and infects the Christmas elves with his horrifying brand of evil. Directed by Grant Harvey, Steven Hoban, Brett Sullivan. George Buza and Rob Archer co-starErin Demers
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    American Horror Story: Coven (3 Discs) (Blu-ray)
    $24.99  from Best Buy
  • ANCHOR BAY STARZ
    Masters of Horror: Season 1, Vol. 1 (Blu-ray)
    $12.99  from Best Buy
  • ANCHOR BAY STARZ
    Masters of Horror: Season 1 (Blu-ray)
    $12.99  from Best Buy
  • WARNER HOME VIDEO
    It started as a 1960 Roger Corman horror comedy, filmed in two days; it then inspired a lavish 1982 Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. Finally in 1986, Little Shop of Horrors (1960) graduated into a multimillion-dollar, all-star film musical. Rick Moranis plays nebbishy Seymour Krelborn, who works in a rundown flower shop on Skid Row. While his boss (Vincent Gardenia) bemoans the lack of business, Seymour seeks a way of bringing the shop - and himself - fame and fortune. He purchases a strange plant from an even stranger oriental street vendor (Vincent Wong) , naming the plant after his girlfriend Audrey (Ellen Greene, one of the few carry-overs from the Broadway version) . Gradually, Seymour learns to his horror that "Audrey II" (given the voice of R & B performer Levi Stubbs) craves blood and flesh. With each of Audrey II's "FEEED MEEE's, Seymour must scare up human food to satisfy the plant's appetite. One such victim is dentist Steve Martin, a leather-jacketed Elvis type (the dentist's ultra-masochistic patient played by Jack Nicholson in the 1960 original is here impersonated by Bill Murray) . The lighthearted tone of the film darkens as Audrey II grows in monstrosity, but the unhappy ending of the Broadway version is avoided hereinHal Erickson
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  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    This muddled attempt at creating a new supernatural serial killer franchise (in the mode of Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare on Elm Street series) features perennial movie thug Brion James as sadistic mass murderer Max Jenke, who hacked up more than 100 victims with a meat cleaver before his eventual capture by dedicated cop Lucas McCarthy (Lance Henriksen) . Unwilling to cease his homicidal spree after his death, Jenke had been conducting bizarre experiments in soul-transference prior to his capture; his execution in the electric chair subsequently transforms his evil essence into electrical current. In this new form, the seemingly unstoppable maniac launches a supernatural siege against McCarthy and his family until the tormented cop finally faces him down on his own nightmare turf. Originally conceived as another House sequel, this film consists of long periods of tedium punctuated by outbursts of graphic gore and surreal effects. This condition is partially the result of footage being shot by two separate directors; it seems as if neither of them knew what the other was doing. James is amusingly sleazy as the cackling madman, but his one-note material is not compelling enough to merit a recurring characterCavett Binion
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    American Horror Story: Hotel (Blu-ray) (3 Discs)
    $39.99  from Best Buy
  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    Theatrical Horror 4-Pack (Blu-ray Disc) (4 Disc) (Boxed Set)
    $17.99  from Best Buy
  • WARNER HOME VIDEO
    Hammer Horror Collection (Blu-ray Disc) (4 Disc) (Boxed Set)
    $42.99  from Best Buy
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    American Horror Project 1 (Blu-ray Disc)
    $79.99  from Best Buy
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    In this slice-n-dicer, a cabbie becomes obsessed with a lovely movie scream queen and decides to follow her to the Cannes Film Festival. Though she is a cult favorite, few take the horror-movie actress seriously. The taxi driver does and is sure that with a little of his expert direction she could become an excellent dramatic actress. Unfortunately, before he can help her, he must first get her attention. He first approaches her while she is taking a shower in her suite. Naturally she attempts to throw him out. A scuffle ensues and he ends up threatening to slit her throat. She escapes and dressed only in a towel runs through a crowd. The taxi driver is right behind her and the other festival-goers, thinking it all a clever promotional gimmick, applaud. He stops to take a bow and she makes it to safety. This bad start does not stop the cabbie from trying to reach her and before the story ends, many people die horrible deaths, leading to the film's surprising ending. Much of the story was shot on location at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival and features shots of several famous actors and filmmakersSandra Brennan
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    This low-budget freak show/cult classic/cultural institution concerns the misadventures of Brad Majors (Barry Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) inside a strange mansion that they come across on a rainy night. After the wholesome pair profess their love through an opening song, their car breaks down in the woods, and they seek refuge in a towering castle nearby. Greeting them at the door is a ghoulish butler named Riff Raff (Richard O'Brien) , who introduces them to a bacchanalian collection of partygoers dressed in outfits from some sort of interplanetary thrift shop. The host of this gathering is a transvestite clad in lingerie, Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry) , a mad scientist who claims to be from another planet. With assistants Columbia (Nell Campbell) and Magenta (Patricia Quinn) looking on, Frank unveils his latest creation - a figure wrapped in gauze and submerged in a tank full of liquid. With the addition of colored dyes and some assistance from the weather, Frank brings to life a blonde young beefcake wearing nothing but skimpy shorts, who launches into song in his first minute of life. Just when Brad and Janet think things couldn't get any stranger, a biker (Meat Loaf) bursts onto the scene to reclaim Columbia, his ex-girlfriend. When Frank kills the biker, it's clear that Brad and Janet will be guests for the night, and that they may be next on Frank's list - whether for murder or carnal delights is uncertain. And just what is that mystery meat they're eating for dinner, anyway? In addition to playing Riff Raff, O'Brien wrote the catchy songs, with John Barry and Richard Hartley composing the scoreDerek Armstrong
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    American Horror Story: Asylum (3 Discs) (Blu-ray)
    $37.99  from Best Buy
  • ANCHOR BAY STARZ
    Masters of Horror: Season One, Vol. III (Blu-ray)
    $9.99  from Best Buy
  • ALLIANCE ENTERTAINMENT LLC
    Though not as widely known as Hammer's popular Dracula and Frankenstein series, this is one of the studio's more stylish and intelligent projects. The tale is set in 17th century Serbia in the tiny burg of Stettel, whose residents live in fear of an encroaching plague. The frightened villagers welcome the arrival of a colorful traveling troupe dubbed "Circus of Nights," unaware that the visiting entertainers pose a far more deadly threat: the entire company is composed of shape-shifting vampires capable of transforming themselves into animals to stalk their prey. The group's leader, the most powerful monster of the bunch, has returned to the village to exact revenge on those who murdered his cousin one hundred years earlier. Less a standard Hammer monster melodrama than a surreal journey through dark fantasy (reminiscent of Jean Rollin's erotic vampire series) , with an unexpected (but not entirely inappropriate) surplus of nudity and bloodletting. The film's creepy highlights include the chilling extended prologue and scenes of vampire trapeze performers transforming into bats in mid-leapCavett Binion
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    An ambitious young filmmaker is plunged into the twisted mind of a celebrated horror author as the pair collaborates on a film so frightening that it could consume them both body and soul. 25 year old Alessio Rinaldi has just been presented with the opportunity of a lifetime; best-selling writer Ubaldo Terzani is about to scripting his latest horror film and a producer has just recruited Rinaldi to help form the story. In order to work more efficiently, Rinaldi moves in with Terzani. Meanwhile, as the nervous up and comer gets a glimpse into his collaborator's dark, vast imagination, the walls of sanity quickly begin to crumble. As his fractured psyche begins to slip, Rinaldi must free himself of Terzani's malevolent grasp before sanity becomes a distant memoryJason Buchanan
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  • 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT.
    American Horror Story: Freak Show (3 Discs) (Blu-ray)
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    Stephen King wrote his first original screenplay for this horror gore fest that features cameos by directors Clive Barker, Joe Dante, Tobe Hooper, John Landis, and King himself (playing a cemetery attendant) . The story concerns a twilight people named "sleepwalkers" -creatures similar to vampires and werewolves whose faces turn animalistic whenever they are frightened or angry and who require the lifeforce of a virgin to survive. A single-parent sleepwalker family, consisting of Mary Brady (Alice Krige) and her son Charles (Brian Krause) , have taken up residence in a small Indiana town. Charles has expressed a romantic interest in the attractive Tanya Robertson (Madchen Amick) , a girl in his high school literature class. Mary wants Charles to lure Tanya home so that she can suck out her life force, but it appears that Charles has fallen in love with her -that is, until their first date, at a picnic at the cemetery. There Charles changes from a shy romantic suitor into a brutal and violent force, slapping Tanya around and attempting to rape her. But Tanya wards off his advances by plunging a corkscrew into his torso. Charles staggers back home to mother, where she nurses him back to health. Then Charles and his mother seek vengeance upon the Robertson familyPaul Brenner
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    This horror science-fiction thriller, a cult favorite, takes place in 1907. Professor Caxton (Christopher Lee) , a fossil-hunter has discovered some sort of pre-human creature frozen in ancient Manchurian ice. He is traveling to London with his find on the Trans-Siberian Railway and is horrified to discover that his frozen man is missing, and corpses and zombies are appearing all over the train. It turns out that the frozen specimen is an alien with some unusual powers. The combined forces of Professor Caxton, his rival Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing) , and a Cossack captain (Telly Savalas) are needed to save the world from this monstrous being. Skillfully told, with a good dose of humor, this film also features the train which appeared a year before in Nicholas and Alexandra Clarke Fountain
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    Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) is a brilliant medical student who has perfected a green-glowing serum for regenerating life into dead things - or even parts of dead things. But a corrupt superior, Dr. Carl Hill (David Gale) , assumes control of West's experiments and winds up, by ghastly necessity, using the stuff on his own severed head and body. West and in-over-his-head co-worker Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) struggle to control the now out-of-control effects of the serum, but the bone-saws and zombies complicate their plansBuzz McClain
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  • WARNER HOME VIDEO
    HORROR PACK: RING / CASE 39 / UNINVITED (3PC) (Blu-ray Disc) (3 Disc)
    $19.99  from Best Buy
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    A childhood indiscretion has terrifying repercussions for a group of small town teens preparing for their high school graduation. When Sandy Channing and her friends were young, they committed a terrible wrong against an innocent peer. Years later, Sandy has become class president, and the incident has been all but forgotten. But when Sandy's friends start to go missing, the only way to stop the supernatural wrath of their vengeful classmate is to unearth a grim secret from the distant pastJason Buchanan
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  • Warner Bros.
    A skid-row florist's mean green mother of a monster plant is the center of the looniest, nuttiest, most outrageous movie musical comedy in years (Jeffrey Lyons, Sneak Preview) . Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, Ellen Green, Billy Murray and other comedy greats star.
    $22.29  from WBShop.com
  • Warner Home Video
    HORROR CLASSICS, VOLUME ONE COLLECTIONTHE MUMMY: Christopher Lee wraps on the moldy gauze bandages to become the tormented Kharis, an avenger stalking the hills of Victorian England to track down desecrators of his beloved's Egyptian tomb.FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED: Peter Cushing is Baron Frankenstein, whose experiment has gone dead wrong in Hammer Studios' fifth Frankenstein saga. Featuring Freddie Jones as the scientist's pitiable new creation.DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE: Playing Bram Stoker's infamous vampire for the third time, Christopher Lee goes fang-to-cross with the forces of good in this atmospheric, stylish film, in which each night brings the threat of death.TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA: This entry in Hammer Studios' cycle of hemogobbling Victorian-era horror showcases why Hammer became the name in Gothic terror. Christopher Lee again dons his cape to become Evil Incarnate.
    $47.49  from WBShop.com
  • ECHO BRIDGE
    6-Movie Horror Collection (Blu-ray)
    $9.00  from Walmart US