Since we started this week with a John Carpenter film announcement (Body Bags) it is fitting with end it with another…The master’s 1987 cult classic PRINCE OF DARKNESS – our #1 most requested title – will be coming this fall and presented as a Collector’s Edition on DVD and Blu-ray!
We have no more details to report at this time (i.e. street date, extras, etc.) but will reveal more in the next few months. Have a great weekend!
Body Bags (1993)
Three short stories in the horror genre The first about a serial killer The second about a hair transplant going wrong The third about a base ball player who receives an eye transplant, but the donor was a serial killer.
The cast list for this film is incredible.
John Carpenter, Tom Arnold, Tobe Hooper, Robert Carradine, Wes Craven, Sam Raimi, David Naughton, George Buck Flower ,Stacy Keach, David Warner, Sheena Easton, Deborah Harry, Mark Hamill, Twiggy, John Agar, Roger Corman and Charles Napier.
Prince of Darkness (1987)
A research team finds a mysterious cylinder in a deserted church. If opened, it could mean the end of the world.
Starring Donald Pleasence, Victor Wong with a cameo by Alice Cooper.
Here’s a complete release schedule for Scream Factory
– Terror Train
– The Funhouse
– They Live
– The Island
-TerrorVision/The Video Dead
AVAIL FOR PRE-ORDER
-The Burning (5/21)
-Town that Dreaded Sundown (with The Evictors as a bonus movie on the DVDonly) (5/21)
-Ninja III (6/11)
-The Howling (6/18)
-Dead Souls (6/25)
-The Fog (7/30)
– The Incredible Melting Man (7/30)
– Swamp Thing (8/6)
– X-ray / Schizoid double feature (8/20)
– All Night Horror Marathon (Schizoid ’71, The Vagrant, TheGodsend, The Outing) (8/20)
– Dark Angel (8/27)
– Q: The Winged Serpent (8/27)
-Scanners II & Scanners III (Date TBD)
– The Horror Show (Date TBD)
– Night of the Comet (DateTBD)
– Day of the Dead (DateTBD)
-Cockneys vs. Zombies (Date TBD)
-The Amityville Horror Trilogy Box Set (Date TBD)
-The Vincent Price Collection (Date TBD)
-Body Bags (Date TBD)
-Prince of Darkness (Date TBD)
Personally I would recommend Prison. It doesn’t get more 80’s than that film.