Carla Guigino in The Haunting of Hill House

The Haunting of Hill House (2018) (DVD Only) The acclaimed Netflix series debuts on disc and includes three extended episodes as a bonus.

The Addams Family 2 Movie Collection (1991/93) contains both of the excellent big screen adaptations of the beloved 60s TV series and features fresh new transfers. No extras.

Holocaust (1978) The Emmy Award winning, star studded and very sobering, 7 ½ hour WW II miniseries makes its hi def debut with a spiffy new transfer. No extras.

Well Go USA:

The Lingering (2018) is an effective Asian horror entry about a woman and her daughter forced to spend a night with an evil presence while trapped in a basement. No Extras.


 Annabelle Comes Home (2019) is the latest installment in the Conjuring film universe and the third centering on the killer doll of the film’s title. Extras include multiple featurettes and deleted scenes.


Muhammad Ali in When We Were Kings

When We Were Kings (1996) is one of the best film docs of the 90s and an engrossing account of Muhammad Ali’s fabled 1974 Rumble in the Jungle with fellow boxer, George Foreman. Extras include bonus documentary, Soul Power, along with new and archived interviews.

Arrow Video:

Man of a Thousand Faces (1957) Lon Chaney gets the Hollywood biopic treatment in this classic starring James Cagney in the title role. Extras include a video appreciation, image gallery and original trailer.

The Ringu Collection (1998) contains the original trilogy of horror films that inspired the American remake, The Ring, and its sequel. Extras include video essays, commentary and trailers.

Warner Archive: (Available at

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1973) A couple moves into a home inhabited by tiny creatures in this classic made for TV movie. Extras include multiple audio commentaries.

The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967) Roman Polanski directs and stars, alongside future wife, Sharon Tate, this cult horror comedy now presented in its full length version. Extras include a vintage featurette.

Days of Wine and Roses (1962) Blake Edwards directs Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon in this harrowing depiction of the horrors of alcoholism. Top Notch filmmaking. Extras include audio commentary by Edwards and vintage featurette.

Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon in Days of Wine and Roses

Scream/Shout Factory:

The Blob (1988) is one of the better of the spate of 80s horror remakes. This one is loaded with extras including multiple commentaries, featurettes, trailers and behind the scenes footage.

Genius Party/Genius Party Beyond (2018) is a collection of twelve short animated films from some of the greatest of today’s Japanese animators.

The Devil Rides Out (1968) This Hammer effort was reportedly a favorite of star Christopher Lee, a tale of a young man’s seduction by a satanic cult. Extras include multiple featurettes, commentary, still gallery and trailer.

The Omen Collection (1976-2006) pulls together all of the Omen films in one collection for the first time. Films include The Omen (1976), Damien: The Omen II (1978), The Final Conflict (1981), Omen IV: The Awakening (1991) and The Omen (2006). Extras include loads of new interviews, vintage documentaries, commentaries, trailers, TV and Radio spots.

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