Well it’s that time of the year to start thinking about the holiday gift giving season and with Black Friday behind us there are only 25 more shopping days until christmas.
Back again with part 2 of the Blu-Ray and DVD gift guide. So lets dig into more stuff. If you missed part 1 the click HERE Snowpiercer ($29.99) I missed this one in the short time that it played in theaters over the summer due to the Weinstein Companies fighting with the director over the cut of the film for the US release and dumped it the same day as Transformers 4 opened.
Well it’s that time of the year where the holidays are in full swing and you want to buy something for that special geek boy or geek girl and you may not know what to get or have no idea what they may like.
We kick off our first story from SDCC 2014 with the Aquabats! Super Show! that invaded SDCC this year and they brought along a special guest host Triumph The Insult Comic Dog (and later Robert Smigel) to introduce the show.
During the 1980’s there was the real golden age of modern horror films. There were two film specifically that started the slasher craze, Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre and John Carpenter’s Halloween.
Last week I reviewed Shout Factory’s really nice Blu-Ray release of The Howling on there Scream Factory label. This week to help you start getting in the mood for Halloween (you can never start to early for Halloween).