Sunday, August 9, 2015

Bad Dreams and Terrorvision on blu-ray!

Bad Dreams and Terrorvision on blu-ray!

Thanks to the wonderful and amazing company of Shout factory, in the last few recent years we have gotten some of the best classic titles re-leased on blu-ray. With killer artwork, crystal clear HD transfer, and brand new extras, Shout Factory's Scream Factory has become a fan favorite releasing such titles as…

The Fog, Phantasm II, Night Of The Demons, Pumpkinhead, Prince Of Darkness, Night Of The Comet, The Burning, Motel Hell, Terror Train, Halloween II, Psycho II, Psycho III, Lord Of Illusions, Nightbreed, The Dark Half, The Horror Show, Cat People, Ginger Snaps, Body Bags, Sleepaway Camp, The Funhouse, Slumber Party Massacre, Ghoulies, and Ghoulies II.

One thing they have made very popular lately is the double features they have done. Two of my favorites are the Bad Dreams/Visiting Hours one as well as the Terrorvision/The Video Dead one. Here I chose Bad Dreams, and Terrorvision to highly recommend to any horror fan out there to buy right away!

Bad Dreams - 4 stars!
PLOT - A cult in the mid 1970's decides to commit a mass suicide by fire, leaving one lone survivor. Slipping into a coma, the girl awakes nearly a decade later slowly recovering at a state hospital trying to come to terms with what happened. It isn't long before she begins having visions of the cult leader, begging her to join him in death. When she refuses he begins slowly taking her new friends one by one.

Terrorvision - 3 1/2 stars!
PLOT - A very odd family buys a brand new high tech satellite dish in order to have every single TV channel known to man. Little do they know the killer signal reaches space and teleports a flesh eating space monster straight to Earth!

Both of these movies have great extras and look crystal clear. Both fun movies with lots of gore, scares, and memorable moments. Two favorites of mine to watch on a hot summer night! Go go check out and order these titles right away! Both films that these movies serve as a double feature with (Visiting Hours, and The Video Dead) are just as fun and a must to watch!

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