The DVD Bargain Bin

Eric gave Drag Me To Hell an 8 out of 10 and the podcast crew liked it quite a bit themselves. Now's your chance to get your hands on Sam Raimi's return to horror if you haven't seen it yet!

It's the zombie apocalypse and three survivors lock themselves away to live to see another day. In Gnaw, the three survivors find out that there may be more to fear than just zombies.

Joey posted on this new edition of Happy Birthday to Me with original poster and original score. Now it's finally here!

Hardware is a gritty little science fiction tale. Some may say it sucks but it has a highly devoted following in the cult circuit. Having seen it myself, I'd say this is a unique little movie that will definitely benefit from the High Def treatment.

The world is taken over by giant insects and Cooper awakes to find himself wrapped in a giant web. Where I would have proceeded to piss myself to death had I awoke to find my self as a tasty spider snack, Cooper decides to band together with a group of strangers to fight off the Infestation.

Slasher movies get the satire treatment in Killer Movie, now out on Blu-ray. Starring "Big Bang Theory" starlet Kelly Cuoco, watch along as the cast of a reality tv show are picked off one by one by a serial killer.

In a rare twist for the Bargain Bin, we get an actual documentary on our list for a change! Taking a look at the life of H.P. Lovecraft, Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown looks like a nifty little film for the fans of the grandmaster of Cthulu.

Hey look, its more vampires! This bunch are tied in with the Greek gods and the crucification. Of course, they're dead set on enslaving us normies. Seeing as Loved Ones is set in Seattle, I think it would be better if it was set in the mid 90's and all the vampires wore flannel instead of crushed velvet. I mean, it worked for Eddie Vedder, right?

Midnight Movie has been out for a bit, but this is the first time on Blu-ray. When fans head to the theater to see a midnight showing of a classic 70's slasher, they're all a bit surprised at the price of popcorn and the fact that the killer has come out of the movie to hack them all to pieces.

Woody Harrelson is a hot commodity this month, making this the perfect time to release Natural Born Killers on Blu!

I reviewed the original Stepfather just last week and was surprised at how well it aged. I can tell you now, if faced with a choice between this DVD and tickets for the upcoming big screen remake? Take the DVD; I have a feeling you'll be much happier.

Not to be confused with the 2007 Jean Claude Van Damme masterpiece of the same name, Until Death is actually Italian maestro Lamberto Bavas take at the classic "The Postman Always Rings Twice". With blood. And knowing Bava, probably nudity too!

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