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Feb. 23, 2007by: Ammon Gilbert

THE DEAD GIRL - May 8th

I must have been asleep when this badboy hit theaters, cause while I can remember hearing about it coming to theaters, I never actually saw that it got there. Good? Bad? I don't know, but I do know Britany Murphy is a looker, and this cover looks like it's been used a couple of three times. Is there anyone out there who's actually seen this??? Spit some bullets below and let us know if it's worth it!

The Goods:

  • Anamorphic Widescreen
  • English Dolby 5.1 Audio
  • Trailers



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    SLAUGHTER NIGHT - April 10th

    A couple weeks back I showed you guys this cover (and what a kick ass cover it is), and now we have the specs. Just look at the special features this one is carrying. It's almost as amazing as the ingenious quote at the bottom of the box. Seriously, just what the heck is that supposed to mean? There's gore. Ok. But is it good???

    The Goods:

  • Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer
  • Dutch audio track in Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 6.1
  • English/ Spanish Subtitles



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    MARIO BAVA COLLECTION – VOL. 1 - April 3rd

    Said to be one of the most underrated directors of all time, you can now get your fill of director Mario Bava's work with this box set. Notice the Vol.1? I can only assume that means a Vol. 2 and possibly a Vol. 3 are also in the works. There's a good amount of features on each of these discs (always a plus), and if you ever forget what Bava accomplished in his life, you can refer to any one of the bios he has here, as it's a feature on every single disc. Judging from the covers, this could be your very own Grind House party, right in your own living room!

    The Goods:

    BLACK SUNDAY
  • International version with English dubbing
  • Widescreen presentation (1.66:1), enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • Audio commentary by Mario Bava biographer Tim Lucas
  • U.S. and International trailers
  • TV spot
  • Mario Bava & Barbara Steele bios

    BLACK SABBATH
  • International version in Italian with English subtitles
  • Widescreen (1.77:1) presentation, enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • Featurette: "A Life In Film - An Interview with Mark Damon"
  • Audio commentary by Mario Bava biographer Tim Lucas
  • International & U.S. trailers
  • TV spot
  • Radio spot
  • Poster and stills gallery
  • Mario Bava & Boris Karloff bios

    THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
  • International version with English subtitles
  • Widescreen (1.66:1), enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • Featurette: "Remembering the Girl with John Saxon"
  • Audio commentary by Mario Bava biographer Tim Lucas
  • International and U.S. trailers
  • Poster and still galleries
  • Mario Bava bio

    KILL BABY, KILL!
  • Widescreen presentation (1.85:1), enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • English and Italian soundtracks with English subtitles
  • International trailer
  • TV spots
  • Mario Bava bio

    KNIVES OF THE AVENGER
  • Widescreen presentation (2.35:1), enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • English and Italian soundtracks with English subtitles
  • International trailer
  • Mario Bava bio

    KIDNAPPED
  • Two versions: Mario Bava's original film
  • Previously unreleased uncut version
  • Widescreen presentation (1.78:1), enhanced for 16x9 televisions
  • In Italian with English subtitles
  • Featurette: "End of the Road: Making Rabid Dogs and Kidnapped"
  • Audio commentary by Mario Bava biographer Tim Lucas
  • Mario Bava bio



    CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER THIS DVD



    GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN - April 3rd

    I'm not familiar with this Godzilla adventure, but I do know that it'd be worth buying for one of the special features. Yes, the "Art of Suit Acting" Featurette is one that will likely go down in record books as one of the best Featurettes to accompany a DVD. Ever. I can't freaking wait!

    The Goods:

  • Newly Remastered Japanese and English Re-Edit Versions of the Film
  • An Audio Commentary with Steve Ryfle and Ed Godziszewski
  • "Art of Suit Acting" Featurette
  • Poster Gallery




    CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER THIS DVD



    MOH: FAMILY - April 17th

    This here be John Landis, taking a stab as a Master of Horror in this Season 2 episode (and from what I hear, this one's the best of the season). I apologize for the generic cover below, but this is so hot off the presses, not even Landis knows what the cover will contain. George Wendt in a headlock? Meredith Monroe on all fours? A family portrait of your mom? Keep it here for your first look...

    The Goods:

  • 1.78:1 Anamorphic Transfer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 track
  • Commentary with Writer Brent Hanley
  • "Skin and Bones: The Making of Family"
  • "Terror Tracks: Mastering the Family Score" Featurettes
  • Original Storyboards,
  • Still Gallery
  • The Screenplay via DVD-ROM




    CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER THIS DVD



    Honorable Mentions:


    RETURN OF THE LIVIND DEAD: SPECIAL EDITION –TBA– Because an online petition brought it to DVD back in ’04, and now they’re pimpin’ it out to the masses with an extra disc full o' brand new features!

    THE RETURN TO HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL –TBA– Because this straight-to-video sequel has the potential to be as fun as it’s predecessor- without the awesome cast.

    WRONG TURN 2: DEAD END –TBA– Because the great Henry Rollins stars in this badboy. If for no other reason, it’ll be worth checking out for that.

    That's all for this week! Stay tuned every week for your latest DVD news, and as always, feel free to shoot me an email (ammongilbert@joblo.com ) for any & all DVD news, scoops, and easter eggs!

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    8:07PM on 02/23/2007
    The Dead Girl duped me bad. I thought it was a horror movie, but it's just a drama about a dead girl and the lives she affects. Quite boring, really.
    The Dead Girl duped me bad. I thought it was a horror movie, but it's just a drama about a dead girl and the lives she affects. Quite boring, really.
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