Tag Archives: Scream Factory

He’s Got Something Bad

Cabin Fever Review

Cabin Fever | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

Eli Roth’s debut film, Cabin Fever, will always have a solid spot in my ‘favorite horror movie’ list. I actually enjoyed it so much that I got excited when its sequel was originally announced. Could we be getting more amazing horror movie magic? Sadly, it was not to be as what was released as Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever remains to this day one of the worst films I’ve ever seen. While the second sequel and third installment in [...]

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Where’d the Flower Go?

Lord of Illusions Review

Lord of Illusions

There are only a select few filmmakers that can truly bring nightmares to life. The name at the very top of that list is most certainly Clive Barker. Perhaps most well-known for the Hellraiser series, Barker is a master at creating some of the most intense imagery ever seen in horror cinema. His 1995 film, Lord of Illusions, is no exception and can now be seen remastered in beautiful high-definition, thanks to the folks at Shout! Factory.

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Now You Really Have No…

Tales From the Crypt Review

Tales From the Crypt

I believe it was around Christmas time last year, perhaps in January even, I got my hands on DVD sets of complete seasons of the television show, Tales From the Crypt. I remember seeing episodes I never knew existed and enjoying them for the very first time. One of these great tales was “And All Through the House” about an escaped maniac who was running around in a Santa Claus outfit. Interestingly enough, this same story, taken from the [...]

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I’ll Bust His Liver Loose

Squirm Review

Squirm

You want a creepy crawly nasty little film to keep you occupied this Halloween? Well look no further than Jeff Lieberman’s Squirm, which slimes its way to Blu-ray October 28th via Shout! Factory — Just in time for those late night horror movie marathons.

Let me just start by saying this bad boy looks amazing; It’s incredible what Shout! can do with such old source material. The Blu-ray of Squirm has a sharp, bright transfer with a lot less [...]

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These Houses,These People

Nightbreed Review

Nightbreed

Over the past few years, there has been quite a bit of discussion about the “Cabal Cut” of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed. Would it ever be seen? Did it actually alter the finished film all that much? So many questions and so many rabid fans waiting, searching and theorizing on forums all across the internet. I realize now that Clive Barker wasn’t exactly happy with the finished product of Nightbreed, after so many edits were made. I, for one, [...]

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Just Start…From the Start

Without Warning Review

Without Warning

There’s nothing I love more than finding a movie that has been lost in obscurity for a couple of decades. When an old film that never really got the respect it deserved finds a brand new audience, it’s a beautiful thing. With companies like Shout! Factory getting the rights, cleaning them up and putting them back out for the world to rediscover, we couldn’t really ask for much more.

Greydon Clark (Uninvited, Black Shampoo) released Without Warning [...]

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That Would be Just Fine

Darkman Review

It never ceases to amaze me how many great films have slipped right under my radar. Especially films made by some of my favorite directors. Thanks to the ever-growing library of films distributed by Shout! Factory, I finally get a chance to not only see some of those films, but to also see them in their best presentations to date.

Darkman is one of the most overall entertaining films I’ve seen in a good while. It has something for everyone [...]

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