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House on Straw Hill (James Kenelm Clarke, 1976)

“Double-barreled exploitation fodder of the tawdriest vintage, House on Straw Hill gets the best Blu-ray transfer extant elements will allow, as well as a full clip of extras from Severin Films.” Read my entire review of Severin’s Blu-ray/DVD release of … Continue reading

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The Manson Family (Jim Van Bebber, 2003)

“One of the strongest (and strangest) true-crime films to come along since Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Jim Van Bebber’s The Manson Family gets a rock-solid Blu-ray upgrade, as well as some killer new extras, from Severin.” Read my … Continue reading

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Horror Express (Eugenio Martin, 1972)

“All aboard for Severin’s lovingly packaged Blu-ray of this early-’70s goofball odyssey.” Read my review of Horror Express, out recently on a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack from the good folks at Severin Films, at Slant Magazine.

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