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Killing Spree (Blu-ray + DVD) Blu-ray Review - SRS CInema

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In our ever ending search for horror that we have never seen before, we came upon Killing Spree and we have to say that it met our fancy. Today, we take a look at the blu-ray from SRS Cinema and let you know what you may have been missing out on.

Screenshot Saturday: Idle Hands (Scream Factory)

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After being released ten days after the shooting at Columbine, Idle Hands gets a new lease on life with this brand new blu-ray from Scream Factory and we are looking at it on this week's Screenshot Saturday.

Studio:Scream Factory
Release Date: April 30th, 1999 (theatrical) / May 12th, 2020 (blu-ray)
Run Time: 92 mins
Region Code: A (locked)
Picture: 1080p (1.85:1 aspect ratio)
Sound: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0
Subtitles: English SDH
Slipcover: Yes
Digital Copy: No
Starring: Devon Sawa, Jessica Alba, Seth Green, Elden Henson, and Vivica A. Fox
Written by Terri Hughes and Ron Milbauer
Directed by Rodman Flender
Rating: R (horror violence and gore, pervasive teen drug use, language, and sexuality)

THE FILM

Import Corner: Never Sleep Again 1 and 2 (Alive) German Import Blu-ray Review

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German company Alive has bundled together the A Nightmare on Elm Street documentary, Never Sleep Again, and the Heather Langenkamp doc, I Am Nancy, for one low price. Is it worth importing? Click on through to find out.

The Import Corner: Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain (Eureka Entertainment) Blu-ray Review

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Eureka Entertainment has done it again. They have given the love and care that a film like Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain deserves on blu-ray. We have a brand new restoration, multiple sound options, subtitles that aren't "dubtitles", and a nice selection of special features including the Export Cut of the film that changes the film a lot.

Screenshot Saturday: Police Squad!: Complete Series (Paramount)

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After years and years of waiting, Paramount has finally given the cult classic television show, Police Squad! the HD treatment it deserves. Today, we take a look at the screenshots on this week's Screenshot Saturday.

The Video Store Days #7: A Heavy Metal Double Feature

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Today, on The Video Store Days, we go down memory lane back to 1995 and the discovery of the 1981 animated HEAVY METAL, a film that would go on to find a place in our hearts and our fondest memories. The sequel not so much, but the first film is an outright classic. Join us as we tell our story of HEAVY METAL.




Sometime in 1995, I headed off to my local video store (it was known as R & R Video, but had recently changed its name to Lion Video). It was Tuesday and anyone who knew anything about movies and new releases knew that Tuesday was “New Release Tuesday”. Going to the video store on a weekday instead of going on the weekend like everyone else almost guaranteed that you would get the films that you and everyone else wanted to see.

I can’t remember what I was going to the video store to get. I can tell you that it was probably a few titles that I was going to pick up, but not exactly what the titles were. As I searched the new release wall, I spotted a release on the wall that …