Calling it like I see it, this has to be one of the weakest release weeks in quite some time. There’s simply not much going on. Of course, after being spoiled with a ton of great titles last week, we were destined for a letdown. If you’re looking for something new this week, Netflix Instant has released about 40 horror films since the beginning of September, which includes quite a few excellent choices.
Horror In Your House
September 20th, 2010
THE ALPHA INCIDENT – Synergy Entertainment
This DVDTee includes both a DVD of the 1976 film, Alpha Incident, and a tee shirt featuring the original poster art. This 70s drive-in favorite delivers the tension-filled tale of a deadly space virus that crash-lands on earth and is being secretly transported cross-country on a covert government train. But when a leak occurs during a stop at a remote depot late at night, all hell breaks loose in the middle of nowhere!
BEING HUMAN: SEASON TWO (Blu-ray/DVD) – BBC Warner
Being Human returns for a gripping second season as vampire Mitchell (Aidan Turner), werewolf George (Russell Tovey), and ghost Annie (Lenora Crichlow) encounter new enemies in their fight to lead something close to normal lives.
DEFILED – Independent Entertainment
Cassidy has a taste for sex with strangers she meets on the Internet. Never fully satisfied by these encounters, she decides to take things to the next level. Placing a post online, she receives a phone call from The Man she thinks she’s been looking for. Unfortunately, he has no intention of leaving once the night is out…
MICAH SAYS: Most of the reviews I have tracked down for this flick have been positive. Sounds a lot like a plot twisted from “To Catch a Predator” with Chris Hansen. Meh.
FACES OF SCHLOCK – Independent Entertainment
4 film anthology covering a collection of sexy witches, malevolent spirits, re-animated limbs and slaying Santas.
GAMERA VS. GURION / GAMERA VS. JIGER – Shout! Factory
Gamera returns to take on not one, but two, of his greatest foes in this exclusive double feature from Shout! Factory. Twice the terror! Twice the destruction! Twice the fire-breathing action! Both features include the original Japanese language tracks as two English dubs: including the infamous Sandy Frank version of Gamera Vs. Guiron.
GAMERA VS. GYAOS / GAMERA VS. VIRAS – Shout! Factory
Shout! Factory proudly presents two epic tales in the Gamera franchise: Gamera Vs. Gyaos and Gamera Vs. Viras! Now you can experience twice the thrills of monster combat on one deluxe DVD, featuring both newly re-mastered films in their original Japanese language as well as two English dubs: including the infamous Sandy Frank versions!
HUNGER: TASTE OF TERROR – E1 Entertainment
Terence Stamp and David Bowie host two feature-length presentations of the forbidden and bizarre – specially selected from “The Hunger” horror anthology series. Inspired by leading genre writers, each terrifying story will seduce you into a world beyond your wildest nightmares – a world where lust consumes reason and evil feeds on the temptations of men and women alike.
INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN – Synergy Entertainment
This DVDTee includes both a DVD of the 1956 film, The Indestructible Man, and a tee shirt featuring the original poster art. In this cult sci-fi classic, Lon Chaney stars as Butcher Benton, a death row convict sent to the execution chamber after being double-crossed by his cohorts and betrayed by his girlfriend.
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