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Skinned Alive: Ultimate Edition (1990) (Tempe Digital) Blu-ray Review + Screenshot Comparisons

Tempe Digital is at it again, bringing us one of the all time classics in the form of Skinned Alive. This Ultimate Edition is packed with special features along with a brand new 2K scan that will make fans drool. 

Screenshot Saturday: Dragon Lord (88 Films)

Dragon Lord was the second film that Jackie Chan directed for Golden Harvest and 88 Films has given the film its proper due with this wonderful release. We take a look at it on this week's Screenshot Saturday. Studio: 88 Films Release Date: January 21st, 1982 (theatrical) / August 10th, 2020 (blu-ray) Run Time: 1 hour 36 minutes 4 seconds (original version) / 1 hour 43 minutes 8 seconds (extended version) Region Code: B (locked) Picture: 1080p (2.35:1 aspect ratio) (both versions) Sound: Chinese DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0 (both versions) / Chinese DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0 (alternate track), English DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0 (classic dub), English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (2003 mix) Subtitles: English, English with simplified subs for the shuttlecock scene Slipcover: Yes (limited) Digital Copy: No Starring: Jackie Chan, Ing-Sik Whang, Cam Clarke, Mars, Michael Wai-Man Chan, and Cheng Kang-Yeh Written by Jackie Chan, Edward Tang, and Barry Wong Directed by Jackie Chan

Little Monsters (1989) (Vestron Series Collector's Series) Blu-ray Review

Little Monsters is a film that I loved when I was a kid, but watching it today, I have to wonder what I was smoking as a kid. The film is a mixed bag with much of the comedy falling flat while the film is surprisingly scary for a PG rated film.

Screenshot Saturday: IvansXTC (Arrow Video)

Arrow Video brings this early 2000s look at excess and Hollywood with a brilliant performance from Danny Huston to blu-ray and we take it a look at it on Screenshot Saturday.

Pitch Black (Arrow Video) 4K Blu-ray Review

Arrow Video release their second (yes, their second. Flash Gordon was their first) 4K blu-ray and it is glorious. This release will make fans very happy all around with some fantastic special features.

Screaming in High Heels: The Rise and Fall of the Scream Queen Era

This 2011 documentary covers the three greatest Scream Queens of all time (and the only REAL ones in my opinion) as we see how they came to be so popular and their eventual fall in popularity. This doc features all three women talking about their ups and their downs and the careers they made out of being Scream Queens.

Screenshot Saturday: Jesus Shows You The Way To The Highway (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Arrow Video brings one of the most unique films ever made to blu-ray, JESUS SHOWS YOU THE WAY TO THE HIGHWAY. When it is over, you will be able to say that you have never seen anything like this film before.