I usually view limited edition releases as a distributor ploy to have fans run their asses down to their local DVD mart on the day of release. Let’s be honest here: even though some of them are amazing (I treasure my Blade Runner briefcase), most so-called “limited editions” hang around for at least six months to a year before disappearing, while others hang around indefinitely. Very rarely do you see one go OOP in a month, but that is apparently the case with Anchor Bay’s sublime The Evil Dead Blu-Ray, released on August 31, 2010. Blu-Ray.com forums have been buzzing with reports of major retailers (Amazon.com among them) now selling the film sans the second disc. Best Buy is selling the Blu-Ray this week for $9.99, and consumers are finding two-discs mixed in at some locations. So, here is your warning before the inevitable double dip comes out next year: if you want the special features disc, run out and grab it before it’s too late.
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This Week in Horror - November 6, 2017 - Pet Sematary, Horror ...
Starry Eyes duo Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch will take over the Pet Sematary Remake, 2017 was the best year for horror movies ever, and James O'Barr will be heavily involved in the upcoming The Crow film. It's THIS WEEK IN HORROR with Whitney Moore!Posted by Bloody Disgusting on Tuesday, November 7, 2017