Dolly Dearest: Killer Doll Movie Coming To Blu-Ray From Vinegar Syndrome

The genre-themed home video company Vinegar Syndrom has announced that Dolly Dearest is on schedule for an April release. Noting that a restoration of the film is currently in progress. The ’90s horror film has been an out of print on DVD for some time now. Continue reading Dolly Dearest: Killer Doll Movie Coming To Blu-Ray From Vinegar Syndrome

Monster House Director Will Spend Five Nights At Freddy’s

 

UPDATE: Per Wikipedia

Warner Bros. Pictures announced in April 2015 that it had acquired the series’ film rights, with Roy Lee, David Katzenberg, and Seth Grahame-Smith scheduled to produce in collaboration with game creator Scott Cawthon. However, in January 2017, Cawthon states that due to “problems within the movie industry as a whole” the film “was met with several delays and roadblocks” and was “back at square one”.

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Children Of The Sea Trailer: New Anime Film Swims Into U.S. Theaters This Spring!

GKids has unveiled an official US trailer for the Japanese anime film Children of the Sea, a tale set by (and in) the ocean which revolves around the mysteries of life while depicting the connections between humanity and nature.

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Al Adamson: The Masterpiece Collection – Severin Films Unveils Massive Blu-ray Box Set Of Murdered Exploitation Director’s Works

Arriving just in time for 4/20, Severin Films has announced a dedicated Blu-ray box set to iconic genre filmmaker Al Adamson with the Al Adamson: The Masterpiece Collection.

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Martin Scorsese is Finally Making a Western

As distinct as Martin Scorsese’s style is, his filmography reveals a comfort with genre that may surprise the casual fan. Disregarding the gangster pics for which he’s most well-known, Scorsese has traversed comedy, romance, horror, costume drama, documentary, and biopic without skipping a beat. But – and this is surprising considering his list of favorite movies – the one thing we haven’t seen Scorsese do is a western.

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