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Shout Factory's Loud Upcoming Releases! Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Shout Factory's Loud Upcoming Releases!

SHOUT FACTORY'S LOUD UPCOMING RELEASES!

When I was a little lad, I was heavily into reading horror paperbacks, usually sponging off my Mum's large collection. Two early authors I grew up pouring over were James Herbert and Graham Masterton. Two writers that has had almost zero adaptations of their work into film. James has had maybe four or five but let's compare that to Stephen King! Graham Masterton? One title back in the '70s – The Manitou. It's an amazing novel and a guilty pleasure movie. I'm pleased to say, this cheeky fun lil movie directed by the legendary, William Girdler, is getting a Blu-Ray release from Shout Factory in April.

That very same month comes The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires. That awesome Hammer hybrid which came out towards the end of the companies original run (see my old review here) and it's one of those films which has to be seen more than once to realise how much of a gem it is, for entertainment value.

Other titles upcoming include the Willard remake which is nice, Someone to Watch Over Me, The Witches, Man's Best Friend, and a welcome Boris Karloff classic, The Bodysnatcher. Yes, that absolute classic '40s chiller also featuring Bela Lugosi in a small role. Along with Bedlam and The Black Room (all the B's), this one reigns and shines in my collection (on DVD so I might replace it for a BR).

Meanwhile whilst the wait is on for these lovely titles, here's the link to Shout Factory's website for a browse: ShoutFactory.com/shop.

 

 

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