Some people like the fall movie season because it's when all the "serious" films are released -- when Oscar buzz is more important than box office receipts. One of the reasons I like it is because it's when studios unload lots of great (and not-so-great) horror films on DVD. And this year has been uncommonly good for horror fans.
Last month Universal released their complete library of Hammer films in one shot, as well as some of Bela Lugosi's and Boris Karloff's best films. Warner Bros. has just released the long-awaited Val Lewton collection. And Anchor Bay, a company known especially well for their horror titles, has just put out a new and improved edition of Sam Raimi's great Evil Dead II.
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|:: posted by Donald Melanson, 10/07/2005|| Comments (0)|
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