Roger Corman’s suspenseful, cult classic, Beast from Haunted Cave – newly restored from a 4K scan of 35mm archival materials – will be released as a special collector’s edition on Blu-ray and DVD, 24th October, from Film Masters just in time for Halloween.
The inaugural release from Film Masters is a two-disc collection featuring cult favorite The Giant Gila Monster and The Killer Shrews; originally released as a drive-in double-feature in 1959.
“The biggest terror ever unleashed on the screen!”
Widely regarded as a cinematic icon of the horror genre, Vincent Price’s first foray into the world of the macabre was working alongside Boris Karloff in 1939’s Tower of London for Universal Pictures. However, it was 1953’s House of Wax that would elevate Price into the pantheon of horror stardom.
“One raise of his eyebrow and you knew you were about to be thrilled by a debonair, evil, yet sympathetic villain…”
On 29 May (UK) and 30 May (USA/Canada), Indicator is thrilled to announce Mexico Macabre: Four Sinister Tales from the Alameda Films Vault, 1959–1963.
“The most fiendish idea ever conceived by the human brain.”
Coming soon to the 101 Films x American Genre Film Archive collection, a rampaging toxic sheep monster terrifies the residents of a remote town in Godmonster of Indian Flats (1973), and the most out-there educational drug-scare films are collected for The Scare Film Archives Vol. 1: Drug Stories!
“WANTED! Have you seen this sheep?”
Introducing the Super7 x Universal Monsters FreakyFaces! Inspired by 60s hot rod culture, this collection includes five brand new t-shirts available in unisex sizes, a glossy vinyl sticker set, and a pin set.
“We didn’t come here to fight with monsters. We’re not equipped for it.”
Produced by Robert S. Baker and Monty Berman, directed by Henry Cass, and written by notorious Hammer scribe Jimmy Sangster, this long-awaited UK Blu-ray premiere of Blood of the Vampire from Nucleus Films has been remastered from original vault elements and is packed with bonus features.
“No woman alive is safe from the most frightening fiend in the history of horror!”
Just think of how much work it must have taken when the Japanese film Godzilla (1954) was cut up, dubbed, and re-edited to incorporate American actors in order to make Godzilla, King of Monsters! (1956) for North American audiences. In comparison, assembling a Super7 x Toho 1,000 piece puzzle shouldn’t be too monstrous for any cinephile!
“Incredible, unstoppable titan of terror!”
Toho has partnered with Jade City Foods to bring you an earth-shaking new brand, Godzilla Foods!
Check out 5 levels of heat with Godzilla Signature Hot Sauce and 3 unique blends of Godzilla Signature Coffee inspired by kaiju and the King of the Monsters!
“Monster ravages Earth!
Super7 has accomplished what the Japanese Self-Defense Forces and countless monster adversaries could not: Bring the mighty Godzilla down to size!
“Diabolical demon of destruction… Mightiest monster of them all!”
Toho International, Inc. is proud to announce a series of one-of-a-kind experiences fit for the King of Monsters to celebrate its 67th birthday. Godzilla’s long history continues to shape worldwide pop culture, and festivities this year, aimed to engage fans new and old, roll out 3rd November, the date the first film premiered in 1954.
“Godzilla continues its reign as King of the Monsters, transcending mere entertainment icons and embodying emotions and social issues reflective of the times.”
All the way from the mad doctor’s laboratory to Super7’s Boodega! Your Universal Monsters collection won’t be complete without these special edition retro-inspired ReAction figures!