Sakuga Press has released a collection of Dino Crisis and Dino Crisis 2 apparel, including T-shirts ($25), long sleeves ($35), a hat ($25), and stickers ($4-8). Available this week only, they'll ship in 4-6 weeks.
Fight like a final girl with Poltergeists and Paramours' new shirts. All profits will be donated to National Abortion Funds, Planned Parenthood, Indigenous Women Rising, Black Feminist Fund, and local organizations in states where abortion is being outlawed. Priced at $27, they'll ship in 6-8 weeks.
Designs include Nancy (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Laurie (Halloween), Ginny (Friday the 13th Part 2), Sally (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), Mia (Evil Dead), Erin (You’re Next), Sarah (The Descent), Grace (Ready or Not), Jeryline (Demon Knight), Ripley (Aliens), Sidney (Scream), Jess (Black Christmas), and Kirsty (Hellraiser).
Mad God's original motion picture soundtrack is available on vinyl for $38 via Waxwork Records. Expected to ship in November, the score is composed by Dan Wool of Pray for Rain (Sid and Nancy).
The double-LP album is pressed on 180-gram splatter colored vinyl. It's housed inside a gatefold jacket with matte satin coating. A 12x12 booklet with behind-the-scenes photography and liner notes by Wool and writer-director Phil Tippett is included.
Get ready for your deadtime story with Gutter Garbs’ Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight design by Zachary Jackson Brown. T-shirts ($28) and long sleeves ($38) are available to pre-order for three days only and will ship the week of July 31.
Your prime objective is to celebrate RoboCop’s 35th anniversary with Fright-Rags’ shirts. Five designs by Sam Gilbey, Christopher Franchi, Christopher Lovell, and Kyle Crawford are available for $28 each.
The Addams Family will be released on 4K Ultra HD in Steelbook packaging on September 13 via Paramount. It includes both the original theatrical cut and the “More Mamushka” version with an extended dance number.
Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black) directs from a script by Caroline Thompson (Edward Scissorhands) and Larry Wilson (Beetlejuice), based on the cartoon created by Charles Addams and its 1964 TV series adaptation.
Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, Christopher Lloyd, Christina Ricci, Jimmy Workman, Judith Malina, and Carel Struycken star in the 1991 supernatural comedy.
Special features are listed below.
Theatrical and “More Mamushka” cuts
Introduction by director Barry Sonnenfeld
Filmmaker Focus: Barry Sonnenfeld on The Addams Family
When long-lost Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) reappears after 25 years in the Bermuda Triangle, Gomez (Raul Julia) and Morticia (Anjelica Huston) plan a celebration to wake the dead. But Wednesday (Christina Ricci) barely has time to warm up her electric chair before Thing points out Fester’s uncommonly “normal” behavior. Could this Fester be a fake and part of an evil scheme to raid the Addams fortune?
The Last Drive-In host Joe Bob Briggs' fondness for bolo ties has come full circle with a bolo tie featuring his likeness along with bloody knives. It's available for $35 from Luna Moon Gothic, with 50% being donated to Animal Rescue.
Skin Deep is a Lovecraftian body-horror nightmare that feels like David Cronenberg remaking Re-Animator. Told cinematically in three acts, it's page turning and stomach churning.
Because I enjoyed it so much, I’m teaming up with Stock Pile Comics to give away two copies of the horror graphic (and I mean graphic) novel, which is created by Rian Miller and Tony Sedani.
To enter for your chance to win, email [email protected] with SKIN DEEP in the subject line. In the body, include your name and mailing address.
One entry permitted per person/address. This contest is open to US residents only. Two winners will be randomly drawn next week.
When William Combs answered the help wanted ad for a laboratory assistant position with the Beauchamp University science department, there were a few things he never expected would happen. He never assumed he’d be chosen for the position, he never imagined he’d fall for a lab technician named Beth Crampton, and he never dreamed that he would help break the laws of time and space with Doctor Elias Gale, whose theories about inter-dimensional travel are as impressive as they are expensive. A bit too expensive, in fact, for the short-sighted financiers behind the lab’s funding. With the constraints of time and money suddenly upon them, Will and Dr. Gale decide to take a risk with their research which will either prove to be the biggest breakthrough in modern science or the biggest mistake of their lives.
The She-Creature has been released on Blu-ray via Scream Factory. Limited to 1,500, the 1956 sci-fi horror film is available for $26.98 exclusively from Shout Factory.
Edward L. Cahn (It! The Terror from Beyond Space) directs from a script by Lou Rusoff (It Conquered the World). Chester Morris, Marla English, Tom Conway, and Cathy Downs star.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 version of the film is included. A full list of extras is below.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 presents The She-Creature
Andrea Talbott (Marla English) becomes a pawn in the deadly intentions of Dr. Carlo Lombardi (Chester Morris), who uses his sinister powers to regress her to a past life ... as a prehistoric humanoid monster from the ocean's depths! Using Andrea to commit shocking and vengeful murders, Lombardi's crimes go unchecked ... until his assistant-turned-assassin slowly begins to take control of her hideous new form.
The Flesh Eaters has been released on Blu-ray via Scream Factory. Limited to 1,500, the 1964 sci-fi horror film is available for $26.98 exclusively from Shout Factory.
Jack Curtis (best known for voicing Pops Racer on Speed Racer) directs from a script by Arnold Drake (co-creator of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and DC's Doom Patrol). Martin Kosleck, Rita Morely, and Byron Sanders star.
The Flesh Eaters has been newly scanned in 2K from the best available film elements. An alternate cut of the movie is included in standard definition. Extras are listed below.
Alternate cut (standard definition)
Alternate cut audio commentary by writer Arnold Drake, filmmaker Fred Olen Ray, and film historian Tom Weaver
Interview with actress Liane Curtis
Poster and lobby card gallery
A flight chartered by a petulant film actress and her secretary goes haywire when a storm and engine trouble force their down-on-his-luck pilot to land on a remote island. But this island is inhabited by Prof. Peter Bartell, a scientist with a disturbing past ... and an even more disturbing present. Experimenting on mysterious microbes existing in the waters surrounding the island, Bartell hopes to cultivate them into insatiable monstrosities capable of eating their prey's skin in the blink of an eye!