Blumhouse's extraterrestrial horror film descends upon home video this week, and we have an early look at the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.
Scream Factory finally brings The Phantom Killer home with its special edition of The Town That Dreaded Sundown, and it's worth the wait. Click here to read Brett G.'s review of the upcoming DVD-Blu-ray combo pack!
Scream Factory's latest offering is a Blu-ray upgrade of Hammer's first Karnstein film, The Vampire Lovers. If seeing Ingrid Pitt, Madeline Smith, and Pippa Steel in high definition isn't enough to swoon you, read the full review for more!
Before unlocking Toulon's Box for the eleventh (!) time, revisit the Puppet Master series so far as Brett G. counts it down from worst to first.
With just three weeks to go until All Hallow's Eve, it's almost time to gather 'round your TV set for this year's horror-thon, and we're here with our annual list of suggestions that'll keep you up all night long. Click here to view the 2012 edition of our Top 10 flicks to watch on Halloween. And if you're the type that just can't get enough and want to do it all again, check out our 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 lists for more ideas!
Summer has finally turned to autumn and October is back! Break out the candy corn, licorice and yellow, orange and black jelly bean packets, Halloween is quickly approaching! In celebration, the staff here at OTH are going to be handing out 31 updates this month, as well as another OTH-approved Top 10 Halloween Horror list! Open your pillowcase wide, there is a ton of horror content coming your way! Kicking off this year's festivities is Brett G.'s review of Mark of the Devil. Expect more reviews of landmark titles along with the month's theatrical and DVD releases. As always, our October reviews will be displayed in a festive orange!
Shout Factory is kicking off its new Scream Factory label with a couple of familiar faces, as the first two Halloween sequels receive a long-awaited special edition treatment on September 18th. Click to have an early peek at Halloween II and Halloween III!
It's that time of year again, and OTH is here to tell you what the Discovery Channel won't: there are a lot of very bad movies featuring sharks swimming around out there. Join us as we once again dive into treacherous waters filled with bad acting, worse dub jobs, fake giant fish, and more! Kicking off the festivities this year is a review of Shark Zone, the unofficial fourth entry in the Shark Attack series. Hit up the links below to check out films featured during previous years!
Rolfe Kanefsky's cult classic will be screening in 35mm on May 26th. Brett G. explains why you should appreciate The New Beverly theater even if you can't attend.