The Dream Demon, Freddy Krueger, should be the on your mind all week as Warner Homer Video is making this week’s Horror In Your House all about Elm Street. With the remake a few week away, Warners has released a new Blu-ray release of Wes Craven’s original A Nightmare on Elm Street, along with a double dip DVD set of the first eight films. Time to play catch up!
Horror in your House
April 13, 2010
CREATURE OF DARKNESS: MTI
Andrew is haunted by the nightmare of dying a horrible death in the claw of a rampaging creature. A friend convinces him the only way to conquer imagined fear is to confront it head on. When they invite an adventurous group of off-roaders for radical cycling in remote terrain, no one knows they are being led to the time and place the nightmare unfolds.
DAISY CHAIN: Image
The very nature of evil drives this chilling psychological thriller. Oscar nominee Samantha Morton and Steven Mackintosh are Martha and Tomas, a grieving couple who move to a remote Irish village in the wake of their baby daughter’s death. Touched by a traumatized, autistic girl whose entire family has perished in tragic accidents, they open their home to young Daisy. Martha believes that with her love, she can help Daisy…until a disturbing series of strange occurrences leads her to believe that her little girl may not be as innocent as she seems.
THE GREATEST AMERICAN SNUFF FILM: Well Go USA
Based on the journals of serial killer William Allen Grone, “The Greatest American Snuff Film” is the directors cut sequal containing new footage around the series of events involving the brutal murder and torture of two young women back in 1995. While the film is a dramatization of actual events, it is told through Grone’s personal journal entries including shocking evidence from Grones trial. The viewer experiences the brutal nature of this mad man first hand.
HANSEL & GRETEL: Tokyo Shock
When Eun-soo gets lost in a country road, he meets a mysterious girl and is led to her fairytale like house in the middle of the forest. There, Eun-soo is trapped with the girl and her siblings who never age. Eun-soo finally discovers a way out which is written on a fairy tale book. But the book tells a story of none other than himself!
HAUNTED: THE COMPLETE SERIES: Phase 4 Films
After having a near-death experience, ex-cop-turned-private-eye Frank Taylor learns that he has the ability to see and communicate with restless ghosts of murdered people who ask for his help in solving their deaths.
INFECTION: THE INVASION BEGINS: Morningstar
A mystery surrounds a small town that was wiped out on September 9, 2009. Now, sixty years later, Sarah, the last survivor, sends a reporter a letter suggesting what really happened on that day. The government calls 9/9/09 the start of The Modern Plague . The reporter soon realizes her search for the truth may be harder to uncover than the lies…
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (Blu-ray): New Line (TEX’S PICK OF THE WEEK)
TEX SAYS: One, two, Freddy’s coming to Blu! Check out the original Wes Craven classic about a boogieman that slices up the local teens in their dreams. A must own entry in the classic series finally getting the blu-ray love it deserves!
NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET COLLECTION: New Line
“Don’t fall asleep” — words to live by for Elm Street teens. Not a problem for fans wide awake with fear (and glee) as they experience these first 8 Nightmare movies released from 1984 to 2003.
TEX SAYS: What…no Blu-ray love for the other 7 films? Come on!
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