Journey to the Center of the Earth, Tinker Bell On DVD/Blu-ray
1996 horror flick WEREWOLF begins with an archeological dig in an Arizona quarry. The Native Americans at the dig site recognize an unearthed skeleton as the remains of a werewolf, yet the team of archeologists are skeptical. When a dig assistant becomes infected and transforms into a werewolf, the ambitious team leader begins a horrific experiment, infecting the oblivious townspeople with the werewolf virus.
In 1997's action-packed FUTURE WAR, a race of evil cyborgs kidnap humans from Earth's future to use as slaves, and take dinosaurs from the past to use as trackers. A determined slave, the "Runaway", escapes and makes his way to present-day Los Angeles. There he must fend off the cyborgs and their trackers, the police, and the government, befriended by a prostitute-turned-nun who runs a halfway house.
The MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 series was created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Best Brains, Inc. After a year on KTMA TV in Minneapolis, its national broadcast life began in 1989 on the Comedy Channel (later to become Comedy Central), where it ran for seven seasons. The show's final three seasons aired on the Sci-Fi Channel.
The premise of the series features a hapless man who is trapped by mad scientists on a satellite in space and forced to watch old B-movies of questionable worth. To keep sane, he's built two robot sidekicks, and together they do a running commentary on the films, affectionately mocking their flaws with inspired wisecracks and acting as a demented movie theater peanut gallery. Series creator Hodgson originally played the stranded man, Joel Robinson. When he left in 1993, series head writer Mike Nelson replaced him as the new B-movie victim Mike Nelson, and continued in the role for the rest of the show's run. The format proved to be popular. During its 11 years and 198 episodes (including one feature film), MST3K attained a loyal fan base and critical acclaim. The series won a Peabody Award in 1993, and was nominated for writing Emmys in 1994 and 1995.
DEAD SPACE: DOWNFALL on DVD and Blu-ray
Our own worst nightmares have come to life in Anchor Bay Ent.'s October 28 DVD and Blu-ray releases of DEAD SPACE: DOWNFALL. The movie is a must-have feature, bridging the gap in the narrative between the DEAD SPACE comic series and the highly-anticipated DEAD SPACE: DOWNFALL, EA's upcoming video game that will be released in late October. Produced and animated by Film Roman, (THE SIMPSONS, KING OF THE HILL) DEAD SPACE: DOWNFALL completes one of the most ambitious and terrifying multi-media story arcs in recent horror history.
An ancient religious artifact has been recovered by a deep-space mining ship, and for the crew of the USG Ishimura, life just became a living hell. Unearthed on a far-away planet during a mining operation, the relic is worshiped by some, even seen as proof of God. But when it's removed from its resting place and brought on the ship, the artifact unleashes a long-dormant alien race, one bent on ripping apart -- and taking over -- every human aboard. Their screams can be heard in space... but only the slashers are listening.
DVD Special Features Include:
--Isolated soundtrack in DD 5.1
--"Cheat" Codes for EA Game
--Movie and Game Trailers
Blu-ray Special Features Include:d
--Digital copy DVD
--Isolated soundtrack in DD5.1
--Movie (HD) and Game Trailers
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS: CHRISTMAS TREE on DVD
This holiday, join Bear Country's most loveable family as they learn that the best Christmas gifts are not under the tree but in your heart. Sony Pictures Home Ent. will release THE BERENSTAIN BEARS: CHRISTMAS TREE on DVD on October 28.
THE BERENSTAIN BEARS: CHRISTMAS TREE will include the classic holiday special, which originally aired on NBC, plus four additional episodes, starring Mama, Papa, Brother and Sister Bear. As in all THE BERENSTAIN BEARS adventures, this close-knit family presents positive role models for parents and children.