Everybody's favorite serial killer is back with the release of "Dexter: Season 3" on DVD and Blu-ray! For those of you playing along at home, you already know that this was a pretty damn good season. With the addition of Jimmy Smits we got some good turns as Dexter struggled with the idea of friendship and trust, all to expectedly explosive results.
Jason's life is pretty bleak these days. His girlfriend has left him and it has left him pretty crushed. In Dark Rising, his day as about to go from bad to worse when his attempts to win her back turn into a series of portal jumping demon hunts! Wait a minute...did somebody sneak a romantic comedy in here?
There's not to many genre fans that I know that don't love Gilliam's 12 Monkeys. A great little mind twist of an apocalyptic film. Now being re-released on Blu-ray, we get to see the movie in high def glory and full digital surround. Should be an easy catalog title for the Blu-ray owners out there.
Supposedly based on a true story, The Haunting in Connecticut tells the story of a family and their encounter with the supernatural. Starring Virginia Madsen, the film was mediocre in the the theater, so the studio is hoping that offering an unrated cut will help stir up some excitement.
It's 2009, time for another Nic Cage action/thriller/scifi/blockbuster! Knowing came out to mixed reviews but the trailers look to pack some excitement and mystery. Let's hope it's not held short by Nic Cage's custom dead pan blocky delivery!
Lord Fodyce is returning to his ancient castle with his new wife. Unbeknownst to him, he already returned weeks before and murdered the crap out of the countryside! Black Torment looks to be euro-sleeze like only Redemption Studios can deliver!
Starring the un-famous Duff sister Haylie, Backwoods is...hold on here you're going to be surprised...a story about a group of young people heading off to the woods, only to be attacked by weirdos. Originally premiering as a Spike TV "Movies for Guys" original flick, this has promise written all over it.