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  1. Blu-ray Review: Children Of The Corn

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    With the insane amount of buzz surrounding the release of Stephen King's funny little clown film (gonna have to give me a minute - the name escapes me), it's about time that one of his other adaptations gets shown a little love, isn't it? Well say hello to Children Of The Corn, and thanks to the group over at Arrow Films and their magical powers of restoration, this classic from 1984 has the chance to flex its muscles once again.

    Now ...

    Updated 09-28-2017 at 08:14 AM by bronxtko

  2. Blu-ray Review: The Ghoul

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    The first time-directorial voyage of Gareth Tunley is certainly an impressive one - his film, THE GHOUL will definitely make your mind spin in a myriad of directions - make sure your brain bucket is tightly affixed so as to not rattle your gray matter - step inside and let's check out yet another fantastic release from Arrow Films.

    Starring Tom Meeten as a homicide detective with an intently focused eye for cases that border on "interesting", ...
  3. Blu-ray Review: The Bird With The Crystal Plumage

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    Just when you thought the good people over at Arrow Films couldn't manage to make another flick from back in the day look like a polished gem, they manage to drop an absolutely beautiful restoration directly in our laps! Up on the slab today is Argento's The Bird With The Crystal Plumage.

    This 2 disc set contains a high-definition 4K (1080p) blu-ray version as well as a standard DVD, and the set comes jammed with a bevy of extras guaranteed ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: The Swinging Cheerleaders

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    For all of those guys who secretly wished back in the day that they too, would have been surrounded by a bevy of bodacious cheerleaders (hell, some of you STILL might want that), then let Arrow Films take you back in time when these rah-rah lassies weren't just pepping up their team and the fans in the stands - hell, they were SWINGIN!

    Directed by Jack Hill, who back in the 70's, brought bad-ass female characters to the screen and shone ...
  5. Blu-ray Review: Blood Bath (1966)

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    Arrow Films, you've got the endurance of an Olympic athlete! Yet another gem from moons ago, Blood Bath, gets the full on buff and polish from audio and video techs to once again breathe life into this chiller from 1966.

    Interestingly split into four different titles (Blood Bath, Operation Titian, Portrait in Terror and Track of the Vampire) - each presentation has its pros and cons, and will appeal to some refined horror tastes, many ...
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