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Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment Proudly Presents the Legendary I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION on Blu-ray & DVD (UK / 5 October)

Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment Proudly Presents the Legendary I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION on Blu-ray & DVD (UK / 5 October)

Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment proudly presents I Spit on Your Grave: The Complete Collection – the shocking, controversial and ground-breaking film series, presented in its entirety on Blu-ray and DVD for the very first time, arriving 5th October. When the original 1978 film was banned in the UK upon release, this notorious revenge movie helped launch the “video nasty” craze of the 1980’s and inspired a generation of genre directors through its provocative, no-holds-barred filmmaking.

“After it was all over… she waited… then she struck back in a way only a woman can!”

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Limited Edition THE REAL BRUCE LEE and THE FLY T-Shirts from Local Boogeyman

Limited Edition THE REAL BRUCE LEE and THE FLY T-Shirts from Local Boogeyman

Local Boogeyman positively guarantees The Real Bruce Lee! He also believes in the sacredness of life. He wouldn’t harm anything… not even a fly. But what if it was a fly with the head of a man?! Or the man with the head of The Fly?!

“Terrifying! Nerve Shattering! Bloodcurdling!”

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Indicator June 2020 Blu-ray Titles

Indicator June 2020 Blu-ray Titles

Indicator are pleased to finally reveal their 29 June releases; a heady mix of werewolves, Nazis, royals and human body parts. First on offer is the UK Blu-ray premiere of The Beast Must Die (1974). Next is a deluxe two-disc edition of Guy Hamilton’s Force 10 from Navarone (1978) featuring UK Blu-ray premieres of alternative versions of the film, a set of replica production stills, and an 80-page book. Last, but by no means least, Indicator proudly present the world Blu-ray premiere of Lindsay Anderson’s Britannia Hospital (1982).

“The odds against them were 10,000 to 1…but what the Hell!”

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TRICK ‘R TREAT & GHOSTBUSTERS Mini Masks + SLASHBACK VIDEO, SHOCK WAVES, HALLOWEEN, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT & THE AMITYVILLE HORROR Apparel from Fright-Rags

TRICK 'R TREAT & GHOSTBUSTERS Mini Masks + SLASHBACK VIDEO, SHOCK WAVES, HALLOWEEN, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT & THE AMITYVILLE HORROR Apparel from Fright-Rags

Horror apparel company Fright-Rags continues to expand its brand with new Trick ‘r Treat and Ghostbusters mini masks, Slashback Video and Shock Waves t-shirts, and long sleeve shirts from cult horror classics.

“No spook, specter, or haunt will ever be safe again.”

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Indicator May 2020 Blu-ray Titles

Indicator May 2020 Blu-ray Titles

On 18 May, Indicator shines a spotlight on four uncompromising, under-the-radar gems of American cinema from the sixties, seventies and eighties. First, Joseph L Anderson’s exquisite feature-film debut Spring Night, Summer Night (1967). Next, Indicator present two counter-cultural offerings: Melvin Van Peebles’ Watermelon Man (1970) and; Bill L Norton’s Cisco Pike (1972). Concluding the round-up of May’s new releases, Indicator present the UK Blu-ray premiere of Paul Mazursky’s Moscow on the Hudson (1984).

“Curiously different.”

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HorrorPack April 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack April 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack is a Blu-ray/DVD horror movie subscription box, curated by a panel of horror movie filmmakers and genre fans. Each month, HorrorPack will ship four mystery Blu-ray or DVD discs to your doorstep; including limited edition discs exclusive to HorrorPack.

“Not all the evil is on Elm Street…”

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The Howling II Triple Threat: 1979 Book vs. 1985 Film vs. 2017 Comic Book

The Howling II Triple Threat: 1979 Book vs. 1985 Film vs. 2017 Comic Book

The Howling is rightly seen as one of the best werewolf novels and one of the best eighties’ horror film adaptations. However, it also spawned a series of sequels which have awful review scores, and just a few years ago another sequel to the original film was published in the comic book format. But, how does the comic book series compare to one of the strangest and most disappointing sequels ever made? And what about the novel?

“The rocking, shocking, new wave of horror!”

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The Films That Made Me: Alien (1979, UK / USA)

The Films That Made Me: Alien (1979, UK / USA)

In 2020 it’s impossible to approach Ridley Scott’s 1979 film Alien as a first-time viewer and feel anything resembling its original impact. Everyone has seen Scott’s vision of space taken up by countless sci-fi films and most people know each of Alien’s iconic scenes, whether they’ve seen the entire film or not. After several Alien sequels and spinoffs, countless imitators, and the wholesale cinematic plundering of Giger and Scott’s visual sci-fi language, it is hard for latter generations to imagine a time in science-fiction before Alien – a time before face-huggers, chest-bursters, and strong heroines.

“Sometimes the scariest things come from within.”

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HorrorPack March 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack March 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack is a Blu-ray/DVD horror movie subscription box, curated by a panel of horror movie filmmakers and genre fans. Each month, HorrorPack will ship four mystery Blu-ray or DVD discs to your doorstep; including limited edition discs exclusive to HorrorPack.

“Some assembly required.”

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American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) Announces 35mm Programming for Reel Film Day on March 5

American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) Announces 35mm Programming for Reel Film Day on March 5

The American Genre Film Archive, the largest non-profit genre film archive in the world, is thrilled to announce 35mm screenings of The AGFA Horror Trailer Show for Reel Film Day – an annual celebration of watching 35mm film prints in a jam-packed theater on March 5 (or 3/5).

“35mm is part of our DNA at AGFA.”

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