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Blu-ray Review: He Came from the Swamp: The William Grefé Collection (1966 – 1977)

Exploding from the Everglades of Florida comes William Grefé; a dude that has directed an impressive array of schlock… but alas schlock I’ve never set my eerie eyeballs on. That’s something I aim to fix right quick… and what better way to do it than with the new Blu-ray collection from Arrow Video (along with […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Mary Millington Movie Collection (1977 – 2015)

Mary Millington, the saucy queen of England’s swingin’ sexploitation (hardcore and otherwise) scene of the late ’70s/early ‘8os, set hearts a-flutter… and the crotch of men’s pants a-tightening… lived a mere 33 years, but her legacy continues to flourish… which brings us to the latest Blu-ray release from Arrow Video (along with MVD Entertainment); The […]

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Arrow To Unleash ‘The Bloodhound’ This March

    This March The Bloodhound will be unleashed by Arrow Video. Writer-director Patrick Picard makes his feature debut with the film based on Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher.   Starring Liam Aiken, Joe Adler, and Annalise Basso, the film begins when a dispossessed young man is summoned to the […]

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Blu-ray Review: Silent Running (1972)

Freeman Lowell (Bruce Dern) spends most of his time aboard the spacecraft Valley Forge caring for the ship’s verdant greenhouses while the rest of the skeleton crew tears ass through the corridors of the vessel on dune buggies… when they aren’t shooting pool, playing poker, or generally acting like complete assholes. Speaking of the Forge; […]

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Arrow Video Announces December Lineup For Streaming Service

    Arrow Video has just announced their December lineup of new releases on their streaming service that features cult classics, hidden gems, and iconic horror films.   Beginning December 1st with the debut of The Bloodhound, a hauntingly atmospheric tale from first-time feature director Patrick Picard, starring Liam Aiken (A Series of Unfortunate Events), […]

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