July 21st 2015
Bluray Tuesday has arrived. This past week went by pretty quick it seems. With all the releases out last week that may have burned a hole in your wallet, but this week is pretty light. What We Do In The Shadows is finally released on Bluray this week, It has been getting great reviews and I will be checking this out for sure. Shout Factory releases I, Madman on Bluray for the first time with many new bonus features. Last but not least Madhouse (1974) is released for the first time on Bluray as well. Madhouse seems interesting, Its a slasher film and slashers are my personal favorite horror films. What will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments, also check out our Instagram Page here we love the comments and likes.
What We Do In The Shadows: Amazon - $16.99
Vampire housemates (Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brugh) try to cope with the complexities of modern life and show a newly turned hipster (Cori Gonzalez-Macuer) some of the perks of being undead.
I, Madman: Amazon - $17.94
Beautiful bookseller Virginia (Jenny Wright) fosters a growing interest in the works of reclusive novelist Malcolm Brand (Randall William Cook). After much fruitless searching, Virginia finally receives a package containing Brand's recent book, "I, Madman," about a deranged doctor spurned by a beautiful woman. But, as Virginia devours Brand's latest offering, she begins to have chilling visions of characters from the book -- and the line between fiction and reality grows terrifyingly thin.
Madhouse (1974): Amazon - $19.99
The career of horror icon Paul Toombes (Vincent Price) ends in scandal when his fiancée dies under mysterious circumstances. Freed from the mental hospital where he had been committed, the recovered Toombes and screenwriter Herbert Flay (Peter Cushing) intend to revive his most popular character, Dr. Death, for a television series. But the dead bodies start piling up -- all of them killed in ways that mimic the victims in Toombes' films -- and to clear his name he must find the real killer.
- The Impostor
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