Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Screenings in the Bay (Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th): A Violent Separation, The Fog, We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Hey guys! It's been a while, but uprooting several media collections and relocating them has been an experience that I'm happy to be done with. And I have a very late and rainy edition of the movies playing in the bay area this week. We actually have a couple titles opening in some of the city's oldest theatres and they'll be running through next week. The first is at the 4 Star Theatre and opens Friday. The Violent Separation is directed by the co-directors responsible for Martyrs (2016) and looks very interesting. And the Roxie is housing We Have Always Lived in the Castle starting Friday. It's written by the same author who wrote The Haunting of Hill House and is based off of a novel of the same name.

Aside from the new stuff, we also have two midnight screenings of Mandy at the Clay Theatre, a John Carpenter double feature at the Castro, and a Ugandan action movie at the Alamo Drafthouse.
Read on for details!

A Violent Separation (2019)
Opens Friday 17th (1hr 46min)
Crime/ Thriller (IMDB)
In a quiet Midwestern town, a deputy named Norman Young is faced with an impossible decision; arrest his older brother Ray for murder or help him cover it up. Norman chooses family. As the ensuing investigation withers, neither of the brothers are prepared for the weight of their guilt or how that guilt will strain their loyalty to each other when a passionate romance blossoms between Norman and the victim's younger sister, Frances. Family bonds are tested as impossible choices must be made to protect the ones they love.

Weird Wednesday

Wednesday 15th @ 9:30pm (1hr 8min)
Action/ Adventure (IMDB)
Under the guidance of writer-director-producer Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey (IGG) and with producer-star Alan Ssali Hofmanis, Uganda’s crack crew of DIY filmmakers and martial arts aficionados produce dozens of gonzo action films in the Kampala ghetto with budgets that rarely exceed $200 USD. Utilizing scrap parts to build computers, machine guns, and a full-sized Huey helicopter, these real-life superheroes inspire more heart, imagination, and soul than a thousand Hollywood blockbusters.
BAD BLACK is the most reckless brain-blast in the Wakaliwood canon! In this movie, a mild-mannered doctor (Hofmanis), is trained in the art of commando vengeance by a no-nonsense ghetto kid named Wesley Snipes (!) in an effort to regain a family heirloom from Uganda's toughest gang. And in Uganda’s finest storytelling tradition, the films are complemented by the acerbic wit of narrator/VJ (Video Joker) VJ Emmie, who sums up the Wakaliwood experience with a single sentiment: “It is a love story . . . LOVE OF ACTION!”

Carpenter Double Feature

Escape from New York (1981)
Thursday 16th @ 7pm (1hr 39min)
Friday 17th @ 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Action/ Scifi (IMDB)
It's 1997 and Manhattan has been turned into a maximum security prison. When the United States president crash lands into the city after fleeing a hijacked plane, a ruthless prison warden bribes ex-soldier and criminal Snake Plissken to rescue the president, who is being held hostage.


The Fog (1980)
Thursday 16th @ 8:55pm (1hr 29min)
Friday 17th @ 9:25pm
Horror (Rotten Tomatoes)
A weather-beaten old fisherman tells an ancient tale of betrayal and death to fascinated children as they huddle together by their campfire. As a piece of driftwood in a child's hand glows with spectral light an eerie fog envelops the bay, and from it's midst emerge dripping demonic victims of a century old shipwreck...seeking revenge against a small California coastal town.

Midnight Madness

Friday 17th @ Saturday 18th @ 11:55pm (2hrs)
Action/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
Pacific Northwest. 1983 AD. Outsiders Red Miller and Mandy Bloom lead a loving and peaceful existence. When their pine-scented haven is savagely destroyed by a cult led by the sadistic Jeremiah Sand, Red is catapulted into a phantasmagoric journey filled with bloody vengeance and laced with fire.

Film School Drop Outs Present

Thursday 16th @ 9:15pm (1hr 28min)
Comedy/ Drama (IMDB)
An unpopular seventh-grade girl finds her life a living hell, thanks to the ridicule of her peers and the indifference of her family. This critically acclaimed, entirely unsentimental dark comedy depicts her struggles to survive this incredibly awkward age.

Friday 17th @ 5:15pm (1hr 30min)
Saturday 18th @ 3pm
Merricat lives with her sister Constance and her Uncle Julian. The trio are survivors of an arsenic poisoning that killed everyone else in the family five years prior. Merricat is bold and imaginative, and protects the property with "spells". Despite being hated by the townspeople, the sisters live an idyllic life, until cousin Charles arrives. Charles offers to help around the house, and inquires about the family's finances. Constance is charmed by Charles, and Merricat resents Charles' intrusion. As Charles and Merricat battle for control, tragedy threatens to strike again. Based on the 1962 novel by Shirley Jackson.


Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Bluray Tuesday Featuring Happy Death Day 2U, Link & Cherokee Creek

May 14th 2019

Bluray Tuesday returns once again. This week starts off with a sequel to Happy Death Day titled Happy Death Day 2U. I liked the original but the sequel felt unnecessary and it changed up the entire story from what we knew from the original.  I'd recommend a rent first on this one. Next up this week is Link from Kino Lorber. I've never heard of this one but it has an interesting premise. Cherokee Creek is a fun one I wouldn't recomend this one to just anyone but if you are into crazy horror comedy's with many WTF moments this is the one for you. Rounding out the week is action thriller Cold Pursuit, WWE drama Fighting With My Family and The Chosen from Scream Factory. So what will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

Happy Death Day 2U: Amazon - $22.99

Collegian Tree Gelbman wakes up in horror to learn that she's stuck in a parallel universe. Her boyfriend Carter is now with someone else, and her friends and fellow students seem to be completely different versions of themselves. When Tree discovers that Carter's roommate has been altering time, she finds herself once again the target of a masked killer. When the psychopath starts to go after her inner circle, Tree soon realizes that she must die over and over again to save everyone.

Happy Death Day 2U (Blu-ray) 

Link: Amazon - $19.99

A zoology student must try to out smart a murderous and super-intelligent orangutan.
Link (Blu-ray) 

Cherokee Creek: Amazon - $27.99

A bachelor party in the woods gets crashed by the ultimate party animal.

Cherokee Creek (Blu-ray) 

Funny Games: Amazon - $27.99

Two psychotic young men take a mother, father, and son hostage in their vacation cabin and force them to play sadistic "games" with one another for their own amusement.

Funny Games (Blu-ray) 

Fighting with My Family: Amazon - $22.99

A former wrestler and his family makes a living performing at small venues around the country, while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.

Fighting with My Family (Blu-ray) 

Cold Pursuit: Amazon - $19.99
4K: Amazon - $24.99

Nels Coxman's quiet life as a snowplow driver comes crashing down when his beloved son dies under mysterious circumstances. His search for the truth soon becomes a quest for revenge against a psychotic drug lord named Viking and his sleazy henchmen. Transformed from upstanding citizen to coldblooded vigilante, Coxman unwittingly sets off a chain of events that includes a kidnapping, a series of deadly misunderstandings and a turf war between Viking and a rival boss.

Cold Pursuit (Blu-ray) 

Cold Pursuit 4K (Blu-ray) 

The Chosen: Amazon - $24.99

An executive in charge of a Middle Eastern nuclear plant discovers his son is the Anti-Christ and sets out to stop him from using the nuclear power to wipe out mankind.

The Chosen (Blu-ray) 

The Devil's Nightmare: Amazon - $17.99

"Devil's Nightmare" tells the story of a group of tourists who become lost during a trip. They meet a man at the roadside who gives them directions, but it is too late to catch the ferry. They are then directed to an old castle which offers room and board. A succubus also comes to stay at the castle and proceeds to seduce each tourist according to their own personal weaknesses, then kills them, using their own sin against them. Each tourist is a representative of one of the Seven Deadly Sins.

The Devil's Nightmare (Blu-ray) 

Backdraft 2: Amazon - $15.99

Fire investigator Sean McCaffrey, son of the late Steven "Bull" McCaffrey, is now working at the same Chicago firehouse along with his uncle Brian. When Sean is assigned to investigate a deadly fire, he and partner Maggie soon realize that they are dealing with something much more than a routine fire. The clues they discover lead them down a treacherous path of arson, murder, and international terrorism. Sean must use his intuition, along with the help of infamous jailed arsonist Ronald Bartel, in a race to find out who is behind the fire and stop them from accomplishing their devious plans.

Backdraft 2 (Blu-ray) 

Anaconda: Amazon - $8.99

A filmmaker and an anthropologist travel to the Amazon to shoot a documentary about a mysterious local tribe, but discover far more than they planned.

Anaconda (Blu-ray) 

Valentine The Dark Avenger: Amazon - $12.99

Batavia City, a beautiful city that no longer safely inhabited. Robbery, violence, and a variety of increasingly rampant criminality. In the midst of this chaotic city, Srimaya, a cafe waitress who dreams of becoming an actress never thought that dream would change her life. Her meeting with Bono, a film director and his friend, Wawan, will take her on a dangerous adventure full of thrilling action with lives at stake. Turning her from an ordinary girl into Batavia City heroine of hope, Valentine.

Valentine: The Dark Avenger (Blu-ray) 

Life Like: Amazon - $22.99

In this futuristic thriller, Sophie (Addison Timlin, "Californication") and James (Drew Van Acker, "Pretty Little Liars") purchase a lifelike robot to cook and clean at their sprawling new home. At first, android Henry is quiet and hard-working, but as his artificial-intelligence programming kicks in, he starts to anticipate the couple's needs and desires, ones they themselves cannot fully understand. Will Henry's terrifying behavior destroy Sophie and James's relationship — and their lives? 

Life Like (Blu-ray) 

Godzilla (1998) (4K): Amazon - $19.99

A giant, reptilian monster descends upon New York, and it's up to the Army and an odd team of investigators to save their city.

Godzilla 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $24.99

Godzilla 4K (Blu-ray) 

The Bedroom Window: Amazon - $19.99

When screams draw Sylvia to the bedroom window of her boyfriend's apartment, she's shocked to see a red-haired man attacking a woman. Unable to unlatch the window, she calls for her boyfriend, Terry Lambert, but by the time Terry joins her, the attacker has fled. Although Sylvia and Terry want to do the right thing and report the crime, Sylvia's marriage to Terry's boss--a prominent figure in the community--makes it impossible for her to admit to her whereabouts without confessing to her extramarital dalliance. Chivalrous Terry pretends to be the witness, conveying the details that Sylvia has relayed to him. Unfortunately, the flaws in his testimony make him the chief suspect in both the attack and a series of murders.

The Bedroom Window (Blu-ray) 

- The Impostor

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: The Prodigy, The Lego Movie 2 & Forest Gump 4K

May 7th 2019

This week creeped up on us once more! It's a light start to the month but a few interesting titles to add to our collections. First up is 2019 horror / thriller, The Prodigy. I really enjoyed this one in the theater and look forward to adding to my collection. Time sure does fly, it's been 25 years since Forrest Gump hit theaters and is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a new 4k Bluray. Best buy will carry an exclusive steelbook release. Next up hitting shelves is The Lego Movie 2. I missed this in theaters and can't wait to check it out. I really liked the first one so I have high hopes for this one. Best Buy will carry an exclusive steelbook for this and Target's exclusive includes bonus content and two lego figures. Rounding out the week is comedy What Men Want, The Nightcomers and 4k release of Hellboy 2. So what will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

The Prodigy: Amazon - $19.99

Sarah and John Blume are thrilled when their young son Miles starts to show signs of rapid development and extreme intelligence. Their family bliss soon turns into a living nightmare when Miles' behavior becomes increasingly erratic and violent by his eighth birthday. After seeking help from two experts, Sarah is horrified to learn that her beloved prodigy may be under the grip of a dark and supernatural force.

The Prodigy (Blu-ray)
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The Lego Movie 2: Amazon - $24.99
4K: Amazon - $29.99

It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (Blu-ray) 

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $29.99

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (Blu-ray)
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Bonus Disc & Legos: Target - $27.99 

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (Blu-ray)

Forrest Gump 25th Anniversary (4K): Amazon - $21.99

The title character leads viewers through an accidental travelogue of U.S. social history from the early 1960s through the present in this revisionist fable. Vietnam, desegregation, Watergate, and more are presented from the perspective of loveably slow-witted Forrest Gump as he finds himself embroiled in situations he can't quite comprehend.

Forrest Gump 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook (Standard Bluray): Best Buy - $12.99

Forrest Gump (Blu-ray) 

What Men Want: Amazon - $19.99

A woman is boxed out by the male sports agents in her profession, but gains an unexpected edge over them when she develops the ability to hear their thoughts.
What Men Want (Blu-ray)
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The Grand Duel: Amazon - $27.99

Philipp Wermeer has been framed for the murder of a powerful figure known as The Patriarch. Wermeer escapes, but the three Saxon brothers, sons of The Patriarch, have arranged for a large bounty on Wermeer's head. Clayton is a grizzled ex-sheriff stripped of his office in Jefferson after refusing to acknowledge Wermeer's guilt. During a series of fire-fights, Clayton contrives to help Wermeer escape from attacks of bounty-hunters. Together, the two make their way to Jefferson, where they can confront the three powerful Saxon brothers, and reveal the surprising truth about who killed The Patriarch.

The Grand Duel (Blu-ray) 

The Nightcomers: Amazon - $19.99

The Nightcomers sketches a prequel to Henry James' classic Gothic novella The Turn of the Screw, with Brando in typically compelling form as the servant whose disturbing, magnetic presence exerts a corrupting hold over the occupants of a country estate.

The Nightcomers (Blu-ray) 

Sex Madness Revealed: Amazon - $19.99

Jimmy Morris (Patton Oswalt) has a special surprise guest on his podcast, The Film Dick. It's Chester Holloway (Rob Zabrecky) who reveals all the secrets behind the mysterious 1939 film, 'Sex Madness.'

Sex Madness Revealed (Blu-ray) 

Permanent Green Light: Amazon - $14.99

In Northern France, a young man is obsessed with the idea of making himself explode in public. He's not suicidal. He's not driven by ideology. He's just interested in the effect on people.
 Permanent Green Light (Blu-ray) 

Everybody Knows: Amazon - $22.99

Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However, the trip is upset by unexpected events that bring secrets into the open.

Everybody Knows (Blu-ray) 

Hellboy 2 (4K): Amazon - $18.99

After an ancient truce existing between humankind and the invisible realm of the fantastic is broken, hell on Earth is ready to erupt. A ruthless leader who treads the world above and the one below defies his bloodline and awakens an unstoppable army of creatures. Now, it's up to the planet's toughest, roughest superhero to battle the merciless dictator and his marauders. He may be red. He may be horned. He may be misunderstood. But when you need the job done right, it's time to call in Hellboy. Along with his expanding team in the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Development — pyrokinetic girlfriend Liz, aquatic empath Abe and protoplasmic mystic Johann — the BPRD will travel between the surface strata and the unseen magical one, where creatures of fantasy become corporeal. And Hellboy, a creature of two worlds who's accepted by neither, must choose between the life he knows and an unknown destiny that beckons him.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army 4K (Blu-ray) 

 -The Impostor

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Unnamed Footage Festival's Short Form Footage Part 1 with Filmmaker Robbie Smith

I thought I was going to be late. I woke up at noon, hazy from the edible and drinks I’d taken the night before. My girlfriend and our friend Jessica should be arriving at my house around 12:30 noon. We’ll be driving the short, but congested distance of Oakland to the city of San Francisco where we’ll attend the second year of the Unnamed Footage Festival.

We dusted through the deceptively dense traffic, smoke bellowing from the windows of Jessica’s 2003 Tercel. Parking was a fucking dream. Things were going too well. We arrived about halfway through Paranormal Activity: Tokyo Night, the opening film of the festival. We checked in. I grabbed a beer despite my empty stomach. My nerves were vibrating. After Paranormal Tokyo was the first Short Form Footage Block and my short film, Snake Bite, was playing. There was a decent crowd and all I could think of was the crowd shitting in their hands, tears streaming down their scowled faces as they chucked the excrement at the screen, appalled at what they were seeing, not content until the screen was covered. Then they’d turn to me, howling in pain and tearing at their eyes with their shit filled fingernails. What good was vision after this pie in the face of cinema. All that was good was dead. After tearing me to shreds they’d drag what was left of me into the depths of the ocean and.. 

Which brings us to a film by film recollection of the short film block. I’m just going to do a little blurb about each one, forgive me if my memory is a bit spotty, as I’m doing this a month later. I am a world class procrastinator. 

New Jerusalem

Strong opening to the short block. There were quite a few quality tier actors at play here and there seemed to be some production value. The real gold is in the final moments when things get weird. 

Room 17

I couldn’t stop thinking of how fun this must’ve been for the couple to act and create together. Huddled over their devices and reveling in this found footage inspired weekend getaway. It would have been cool to hear them talk about it. They did a great job for what I’m guessing are first time filmmakers.

Snake Bite

The tall can was a good idea. The joint might not’ve been. My nerves were on the fence. The damn thing started and it could not have gone better. I made a found footage movie in my undies and it went far better than I thought it could’ve. Two hearty tears fell from my right eye and you couldn’t have beltsanded the smile from my face. 

Still Moves

This was a joy. A kind and pleasant meditation on art and creation and letting your inner self pop at all moments.

The Last Vacation

Did I miss this? It’s listed as 1 minute long, so I could have had a restroom break and got caught chatting with Clark? Sorry, Ryan Davis.

Day Jobs

This is why I love UFF. I don’t have to sit through 14 shorts about ghosts in the corner of surveillance camera footage. I can see these fuckin' weirdos fumble hilariously through their odd ‘jobs’. 

Life is Cheap

One of the more effective films in the block. You could see a slice of this thing and think that what you’re watching may be something truly sick and real. I did a Q&A with Benji, the films director, after and I believe he said he was working on a feature version. Should be nice and creepy.

Notion Show

An modern Orwellian game show that might exist in the purge or pre-hunger games universe. An effective villain helped this one. I can’t imagine anyone in our audience wouldn’t have strangled this dude given the chance.

The Lady from Tulon

A mock investigative TV episode.. I gotta be honest, I couldn’t make it through five minutes of this one. I had some insider information that this was the last short and quietly crept out of the theater and into the blinding San Francisco sun where I’d walk two blocks to the east and buy a 6 pack. The rest of the day was a beautiful 14 hours 38 minutes and 16 seconds of people screaming and waving low quality cameras in the dark.


And the audience selected Snake Bite as their shorts winner! Check it out below and follow its creator Robbie on YouTube to see what he makes in the future.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: The Brain, Serenity & Miss Bala

April 30th 2019

The last Bluray Tuesday of April arrives. This week starts off with The Brain released from Scream Factory for the first time on Bluray. I actually liked this film and look forward to re watching it on Bluray. Drama thriller Serenity is next up to hit shelves this week starring Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey. I missed this one in theaters and wanna check it out, I've heard mixed reviews. Action thriller Miss Bala is next up this week. Miss Bala I haven't heard much about but may be interesting. This is actually a remake of the 2011 film of the same name. Rounding out the week is a 4K restoration of Hannibal, Grandmother's House, Darkroom & The Corruption of Chris Miller from Vinegar Syndrome and Death Warmed Up from Severin. What will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

The Brain: Amazon - $22.99

Dr. Blake runs a TV show called "Independent Thinkers", which is sort of a Scientology-like self-help/religion program. But he's not making his audience think any more independently - with the help of an alien organism he calls The Brain, he's using brainwashing and mind control. The only thing that stands between them and world domination is a brilliant but troubled high school student with a penchant for pranks.

The Brain (Blu-ray) 

Serenity: Amazon - $19.99

The mysterious past of a fishing boat captain living in the Caribbean comes back to haunt him, ensnaring his life in a new reality that may not be what it all seems.

Serenity (Blu-ray) 

Miss Bala: Amazon - $19.99

Young Gloria seeks help from the police when cartel hit men kidnap her friend from a nightclub in Mexico. She soon finds herself in big trouble when a corrupt cop hands her over to the same goons who shot up the place. Their gang leader, Lino, decides to use Gloria for his dirty work to avoid detection from the Drug Enforcement Administration. Determined to get away, Gloria must now play a dangerous game to outwit not only the cartel, but the DEA agents who suspect her of complicity.

Miss Bala (Blu-ray) 

Level 16: Amazon - $21.99

Sixteen-year-old Vivien is trapped in The Vestalis Academy, a prison-like boarding school, keeping to herself and sticking her neck out for no one. Until she is reunited with Sophia -- the former friend who betrayed her. Together the girls embark on a dangerous search to uncover the horrifying truth behind their imprisonment. Soon running for their lives, the girls must save themselves or die trying.
Level 16 (Blu-ray) 

The Corruption of Chris Miller: Amazon - $20.00

A serial killer uses a scythe to slash his murder victims--or maybe it's her murder victims?
 The Corruption of Chris Miller (Blu-ray) 

Dragged Across Concrete: Amazon - $16.99

The script centers on two policemen, one an old-timer, the other his volatile younger partner, who find themselves suspended when a video of their strong-arm tactics become the media's cause du jour. Low on cash and with no other options, these two embittered soldiers descend into the criminal underworld to gain their just due, but instead find far more than they wanted awaiting them in the shadows.
Dragged Across Concrete (Blu-ray) 

Grandmother's House: Amazon - $20.00

Are there deadly secrets buried in the orange groves, or is it just the hyperactive imagination of a young boy? Learn the startling answer in this expertly crafted thriller from director Peter Rader (co-writer of "Waterworld"). Packed with tension, suspense and a few good scares highlight this shocker starring scream queen Brinke Stevens. Please don't reveal the ending!

Grandmother's House (Blu-ray) 

Darkroom: Amazon - $20.00

A psycho-killer is on the loose at Janet Templeton's family farm. When Janet's sister is brutally murdered, her boyfriend and her family become targets of the killer's psychotic and passionate aggression. "Darkroom" will take you to the edge of sanity and beyond.
Darkroom (Blu-ray) 

Hannibal (4K): Best Buy - $27.99 

Years after escaping custody, the brilliant but psychotic Dr. Hannibal Lecter settles in Italy and becomes the curator of an art museum in Florence, even learning to curb his appetite for human flesh. Back in the States, FBI agent Clarice Starling has been discredited by the bureau and her nights have been haunted by dreams of her past conversations with Lecter. Mason Verger, a twisted pedophile whose encounter with Lecter left him disfigured and paralyzed, places a bounty on Lecter's head. When Clarice gets word, she goes in search of Lecter to warn him and unwittingly becomes a pawn in Verger's plans for revenge.
Hannibal 4K (Blu-ray) 

Tarantula: Amazon - $25.99

A spider escapes from an isolated desert laboratory experimenting in giantism and grows to tremendous size as it wreaks havoc on the local inhabitants.
Tarantula (Blu-ray) 

Death Warmed Up: Amazon - $21.99

Locked away in a psychiatic hospital for the murder of his parents, no one believed Michael Tucker when he told them he was programmed by a genetic surgeon. Released into the world, he wants revenge. Dr Archer Howell has been experimenting on humans at Trans Cranial Applications, drilling the skulls of his patients and injecting drugs into their brain to create psychotic killing-machines. Isolated on an island and left to his own devices, Dr Howell is about to have a deadly visitor.

Death Warmed Up (Blu-ray) 

Arctic: Amazon - $17.99

A man stranded in the Arctic is finally about to receive his long awaited rescue. However, after a tragic accident, his opportunity is lost. He must then decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his camp or to embark on a deadly trek through the unknown for potential salvation.
Arctic (Blu-ray) 

Sixteen Candles (35th Anniversary) Digibook: Amazon - $14.99 

It's Samantha Baker's sweet sixteen birthday and no one in her family remembers the occasion. She's a typical teen, enduring creepy freshman, spoiled siblings, confused parents and the Big Blonde on campus who stands between her and the boy of her dreams.

Sixteen Candles (Blu-ray) 

Unlisted Owner: Best Buy - $22.99

The 'Owner House' has been vacant for several years because of its very dark history but with the recent series of murders it has been taken to the next level. A family who just moved in has been murdered causing the curiosity of a group of friends to get the best of them. Deciding to break in and investigate with hand held cameras, would be the worst decision of their fun filled night. The terrifying and suspenseful footage has been edited for the film 'Unlisted Owner'.

Unlisted Owner (Blu-ray) 

- The Impostor