Maybe these classic, genre-defining horror films are even scarier when you consider that all the actors in them are dead. The 12-hour Monster marathon Blu-ray collection includes Universal’s best of the 1930s & 40s: Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Phantom of the Opera and Creature From the Black Lagoon.
If you’re a stoner, you should probably write this down: Harold & Kumar: Ultimate Collector’s Edition is coming out on Blu-ray in November. The set includes all three Harold & Kumar films packaged inside a collectible tin box with a White Castle scented air freshener, White Castle scented coasters, and other memorabilia. Available November 13.
Who would’ve ever guessed that nearly 40 years later, Jaws would remain one of the most beloved scary movies of all time? Probably nobody but the fact remains, Jaws still holds up. This digitally-remastered Blu-ray release is due out August 14th and includes a digital download copy plus an ultraviolet copy, deleted scenes, and more.
There are few if any movies of the modern era that match the chilling horror of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho or the raw creepiness of The Birds. This Limited-edition 15-film Blu-ray collection brings together Hitchcock’s best and features loads of extra content and features like “The Making of Psycho” and “All About ‘The Birds‘”.
The Blade Runner 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition is much more than just a re-packaged version of the best Sci-Fi flick ever made. It’s a 4 disc Blu-ray collection that includes an UltraViolet Digital Copy. It’s also got 10 hours of bonus features, a documentary and a 1000 image photo gallery.
Here’s some fuel for your superhero fetish: The limited-edition, 10-disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One Collection includes a replica of Nick Fury’s iconic briefcase packed with Blu-ray 3D & Blu-ray versions of The Avengers; Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor, plus Blu-ray versions of Iron Man; Iron Man 2 & The Incredible Hulk.
Reject, jerk, genius comedy duo Jay & Silent Bob, aren’t just international superstars in their own minds. They’re the real deal. This 4-hour disc takes you across the pond to three sold-out live shows from their 2012 stage tour.
Love stories are better with battles and blood. That’s exactly what you’ll get with The Samurai Trilogy. This Criterion release includes three classic Japanese warrior films from the 50s, all digitally restored: Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Musashi Miyamoto, and Duel at Ganryu Island.
If you’re not a fan of cartoon remakes, vampires or superheroes, Hollywood has nothing for you right now. And the outlook isn’t too promising either. Instead, why not stay home and enjoy a classic? The entire 4-film series of Indiana Jones’ adventures will be out on Blu-ray in September.
Mel Brooks’ classic Star Wars spoof Spaceballs just turned 25. With a cast including John Candy, Brooks as Yogurt, Rick Moranis as Dark Helmet, Bill Pullman, and others, this updated Blu-ray disc will rocket you back in time to planet Stupid. May the Schwartz be with you.