Here are some of the horror DVD/Blu-Ray releases for October 4th!
Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) is a normal teenager who lives in the town of Rancho Corvalis. Devoted to his girlfriend Amy (Amanda Bearse) and his red ’68 Mustang, virtually everything is normal about Charley except for one thing: he’s pretty sure a vampire has moved into the house next door. But Charley is having a hard time getting anyone to believe him. His mom offers Valium and cocoa, Amy thinks he’s been watching too many scary movies, his buddy Evil Ed (Stephen Geoffreys) recommends garlic and crucifixes, while Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), the former horror-film star to whom Charley turns for help, views the poor kid’s delusion as a way to make some easy money. Only his suave and sinister neighbor, Jerry Dandrige (Chris Sarandon), takes Charley seriously. And Jerry’s trying to make sure Charley stops telling stories. Permanently.
Away at college, Sidney Prescott (Campbell) thought she’d finally put the shocking murders that shattered her life behind her…until a copycat killer begins acting out a real-life sequel. Now, as history repeats itself, ambitious reporter Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), deputy Dewey (David Arquette) and other Scream survivors find themselves trapped in a terrifyingly clever plotline where no one is safe – or beyond suspicion – in this “delicious, diabolical and fun” (Rolling Stone) sequel.
From Academy Award®-winning director Francis Ford Coppola (1974 Best Director, The Godfather: Part II) comes the classic and chilling tale about the devastatingly seductive Transylvanian prince (Gary Oldman) who travels from Easter Europe to 19th-century London in search of human love. When the charismatic Dracula meets Mina (Winona Ryder), a young woman who appears as the reincarnation of his lost love, the two embark on a journey of romantic passion and horror. Now presented in full 4k resolution, experience this sensual gothic spectacle like never before.
Shot outside Pittsburgh on a shoestring budget, by a band of filmmakers determined to make their mark, Night of the Living Dead, directed by horror master George A. Romero, is a great story of independent cinema: a midnight hit turned box-office smash that became one of the most influential films of all time. A deceptively simple tale of a group of strangers trapped in a farmhouse who find themselves fending off a horde of recently dead, flesh-eating ghouls, Romero’s claustrophobic vision of a late-1960s America literally tearing itself apart rewrote the rules of the horror genre, combining gruesome gore with acute social commentary and quietly breaking ground by casting a Black actor (Duane Jones) in its lead role.
As a serial killer stalks the city, Julia – a young actress who just moved to town with her boyfriend – notices a mysterious stranger watching her from across the street in this terrifying thriller.
Lisa and her family meet for a wedding in the country, unaware that nearby a nest of hungry crocodiles have been living in the lake. The blood thirsty crocs soon crash the wedding, and everyone must battle the Jurassic beasts to survive.
For motorhead Danny (Joseph Almani), it seemed like the perfect getaway, heading to the secluded ranch of his uncle Bill (Michael Paré) so he could work on his vintage car. That stopped when an unanticipated and powerful earthquake hit the area, trapping him under the auto… and at the mercy of whatever subterranean horrors were now making their way to the surface. Fright-filled suspenser co-stars Arthur Roberts, Karlee Eldridge, Elena Sahagun. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
This documentary-style horror tale tells the story of a journalist and his videographer who set out to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a young girl. What they find will shock and terrify you!
Tom vows to love and protect his Zombie Wife ’til death do they part. So shall it be. Zombie Wife needs feeding, and Tom must fulfill her needs. Day after day, he risks his life to bring home the bacon that his Zombie Wife craves. Together they mourn their yesterdays. They long for their life back: a family who used to sing and dance together. Family is unity, unity is power, and they were, and are, invincible when they dance.
The night before Lily and Joe make the move into their new home, Lily has a premonition of her death. Can she stop it, or will the house take her? It needs her to know, this is HIS house.