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** EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT **
We've always made a point in the past to announce new upcoming titles on this date and we're doing the same today.
First up is the cunning psychological film Games
from 1967 and directed by Curtis Harrington (What’s the Matter with Helen?
, Who Slew Auntie Roo?
James Caan, Katharine Ross, and Simone Signoret star.
Paul (Caan) and Jennifer (Ross) are a pair of wealthy Upper East Side socialites who like to amuse themselves by playing twisted and occasionally sadistic mind games. But when a mysterious woman (Signoret) shows up at their door and begins to exhibit uncanny psychic abilities, the rules change … and the stakes become higher – and deadlier – than ever before.
All-new HD transfer is planned.
National street date is February 13th. However, you can pre-order now directly through us and have the item ship two weeks early!
Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)
Up next is the 1970 sci-fi thriller Colossus: The Forbin Project
First time on Blu-ray in the U.S. & Canada and stars Eric Braeden (Y&R
) and Susan Clark (Porky’s
The ultimate computer creates the ultimate terror in this chillingly real suspense tale. When electronics genius Charles Forbin creates a massive computer complex that is capable of independently regulating the national defense of the United States, it appears that no enemy will ever be able to penetrate its sovereign borders.
But such a promising thought turns into a stunning nightmare when it's discovered the Russians have built an equally sophisticated computer and that these two "doomsday machines" have linked, sharing classified information and top secrets. Desperately, Forbin and his Soviet counterparts try to stop the all-knowing "monster" computers from seizing command of the world's nuclear missile stockpiles.
National street date is February 27th and extras are in progress.
However, you can pre-order now directly through us to have the item shipped two weeks early! https://www.shoutfactory.com/product...roduct_id=6536
The Night Walker (1964)
Now we dip into William Castle territory by serving up his 1964 deadly dream film The Night Walker
First time on Blu-ray and features an all-new HD film transfer.
Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Taylor, re-teaming for their first film following their divorce, star in this intense thriller about a wealthy widow who is haunted by her husband and seduced by a handsome stranger – all in her dreams.
Following the death of her millionaire husband, Howard (Hayden Rorke), Irene Trent (Stanwyck) endures dreams so real and terrifying, that she finds herself trapped in an eerie world existing between fact and fantasy. Isolated from the world by her husband's possessive nature, Irene feels there is no one she can turn to except for his personal attorney (Taylor), the only visitor Howard ever allowed to the house.
But even as her dreams begin to take vivid shape, Irene begins to walk into a very real nightmare of deception, murder and betrayal.
Extras are in progress. National street date is February 20th.
However, pre-order now directly through us to have the item shipped two weeks early. https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4514/...cb705cf0_o.jpg
The Gate II (1990)
Now we go into sequel territory with 1990's The Gate II
. First time on Blu-ray.
The Gate II
picks up again with Terry, the teenage sorcerer who summons beings from the other side whose powers can be used to grant any wish. Unfortunately, before the Gate closes again, a "minion" – a tiny disciple of Satan himself – manages to slip through to our dimension. When the creature is kidnapped – all hell breaks loose.
Many extras are in progress and will be announced at a later date. National street date is February 20th.
However, pre-order now directly through us to have the item shipped two weeks early. https://www.shoutfactory.com/product...roduct_id=6534
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)
This year's exciting reveal is that the 2006 horror/satire cult favorite Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
will be joining the Scream Factory family soon!
Look for this all-new Collector's Edition Blu-ray release in March of next year. More details to be announced end of Nov / early Dec.