Pregnancy? STDs? Pshaw. The real danger of having intercourse is the possibility that the person you're having sex with might turn into a panther and kill you, as Paul Schrader's erotic 1982 remake of the 1942 horror classic Cat People reveals. Plus, the Machete, Leonard Nimoy, and the best Robocop ever, all in this week's DVDs!
Before you dismiss this as yet another double-dip, this new edition of Robocop may be worth getting, no matter how many copies you already own It's the unrated director's cut with a brand new transfer that supposedly looks gorgeous, several new features in addition to many classic ones, and it's selling for, no foolin' $8.
This sequel does what it says on the tin. Contains a making of, deleted and extended scenes, but I'm not sure if it has Machete Kills Again in Space on it.
Natassja Kinski comes to America to find her long-lost brother Malcom MacDowell, but instead discovers her sexuality and her curse.
Basically, this has every Nightmare Before Elm Street DVD extra you could possibly want... it's just the movies that aren't included. Seriously, you'll have to hit the link to see all of them.
Where you waiting to buy the Lord of the Rings trilogy when you could get the movies for $5.66 each, just without any extras whatsoever? Then January 21st is your lucky day.
A verrrrrry loose 1965 adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's short story "The Color Out of Space", now on Blu-ray.
Containing Princess Promenade, Dancing in the Clouds, Runaway Rainbow, and Friends Are Never Far Away, and truly straining the definition of the word "classic."
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Easily the finest film about monsters living in people's asses since Dreamcatcher, and Dreamcatcher didn't star Community's Gillian Jacobs.
The semi-hit Toonami anime comes to Blu-ray. When the polar ice caps melt and creatures from the sea attack the surface, this state-of-the-art sub is humanity's last hope.
A 1973 horror anthology that features Leonard Nimoy as a badass racecar driver who receives a disturbing vision at 140mph.
A young lady is somewhat perturbed to discover her flesh is rotting off.
There is nothing I can say about this movie that the DVD cover doesn't say one million times better.
Like Iron Man, but set in Japan, starring a girl not a man, with 1/100th of the budget, and more boobs.
"A dangerous young woman (Sarah French) offers up human sacrifices to a ghost ship of the dead in return for an ancient treasure. When she comes up one sacrifice short, her zombie masters exact their bloody revenge in this gory tribute to Spain's popular Blind Dead Euro Horror series." Sure, why not?