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Andrea's life kind of sucks until she's reunited with her childhood friend Brandy. Everything's coming up roses until a strange bottle comes between them and Brandy goes on a vampiric rage! At least Bloodwine doesn't have sparkles.

Most of us have seen the remake of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" by now. If you're a fan, this title is the latest in the back catalog to make its way to Blu-ray! Who doesn't want to see Jessica Biel in HD?

While it seems that Vampires are all the rage these days, Dinner With a Vampire is actually from 1988. A Lamberto Bava flick, this fanged tale tells of an ancient emo from Mesopotamia who wants to end his existence, despite his status as a highly popular horror film director!

If I had a nickel for every time that I've written about a wayward city couple being chased by crazy rednecks in the middle of nowhere, I'd be a rich man. Farmhouse is the next in the long line of films to lay claim to the plot. This time however, they're in a vineyard in the middle of nowhere.

What was I saying about crazy country folk and lost city couples? Oh, I was probably talking about Flesh, TX. This small town has Joe Estevez though, so that's something.

"Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is a pretty damn sold serial killer movie starring Michael Rooker. If you're a horror fan with a Blu-ray player, this is a great time of year indeed.

Todd gave us a recent review of The Hills Run Red, and unfortunately his outlook wasn't too favorable. Still, if you're the brave sort, now's your chance to give this one a rent.

It's been awhile since we've had some good old fashioned Euro-sleaze in the Bargain Bin! Lucifera: Demon Lover is here to quench your erotic-demonic thirst!

Eric took a look at 1982's The New York Ripper early last year, and he liked it a lot! With his claims of visceral violence and some good old blood and guts, this should be a good fit for the Blu-ray horror hound!

Mixing up the crazy south a bit, in No Through Road the crazy visits a humble photographer in his own home for a change. He still gets chased but at least he's not lost this time!

With the upcoming remake hitting theaters soon, it's no surprise to see Stepfather II getting the re-release treatment. While these movies aren't always fondly remembered, it's a good chance to watch Terry O'Quinn pull off a crazy man!

Devil-worshiping covens, zombies, old Scottish Castles and Paul Naschy all combine together to bring the chills in 1973's The Hanging Woman. Old Euro horror often is an acquired taste but Paul Naschy generally points to a fun time.

"Sometimes Urban Legends are Real" is the snappy tagline for Happy Madison's The Shortcut. Sometimes, those legends are better left buried. When a group of cocky seniors decide to find out the truth about the creepy old man that lives on the shortcut behind the high school, they may not like what they find out.

Ben's been in a coma but he's finally woke up! This would typically be a good thing, but Ben finds out his wife's been killed in a car accident. As he attempts to return to a normal life, he meets the lovely Charlotte next door and finds out that he may not be quite as healed as he thought he was. Trauma stars Colin Firth, Mena Suvari, and Mena Suvari's forehead!

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