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Tim’s got another Halloween Hangover “leftover” Blu-ray review for you today, which is a perfect follow-up from yesterday’s review. It’s a look at Shout! Factory’s The Return of Count Yorga, which is now available on BD.

Also today here at The Bits, our own Russell Hammond has posted the weekly Release Dates & Artwork update, featuring all the latest Blu-ray and DVD cover artwork, with Amazon.com pre-order links. Please remember that anything you order from Amazon after clicking to them through our links goes to help support our work here at The Bits and we are incredibly grateful for it. So thank you!  [Read on here…]

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Okay... we’re starting a new week with a new Tim Salmons column, featuring this year’s Halloween Hangover “leftovers”. Each day this week, Tim will be posting another Blu-ray review – just a few good titles that either came in too late to be part of the regular Hangover, or that didn’t make the cut for one reason or another. Today’s is a look at Twilight Time’s Count Yorga, Vampire. Do check it out.  [Read on here…]

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Saturday, 31 October 2015 14:37

Happy Halloween from The Digital Bits!

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We’re checking with a quick update here at The Bits today to bring you Tim’s final Halloween Hangover Blu-ray review... a look at John Carpenter’s Vampires from Twilight Time! Don’t fret though, Tim gathered so many great Halloween-themed titles for the Hangover that he’s decided to post a few more next week before he’s through. So watch for the first of those on Monday.  [Read on here…]

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Saturday, 31 October 2015 00:01

Halloween Hangover! – 2015

We all miss Dr. Jahnke here at The Digital Bits, especially his annual Oktoberfest reviews during the Halloween season. So since I'm a big fan of horror movies myself, we’re going to carry on that tradition in the same spirit, but mix it up a bit. I’ll be spending the month reviewing not just the newest horror titles currently hitting the market, but also some others that we haven’t covered here previously and that you might have overlooked (all of which are well worth your time and hard-earned cash). It should be a lot of fun and we hope you’ll join us all month long for it Hopefully, I’ll still be standing afterwards… having a Halloween Hangover.  [Read on here...]

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All right, there’s not much release news today, but our own Tim Salmons has delivered his penultimate Blu-ray review of Halloween Hangover, and it’s a look at Arrow Video’s Region B release of The ’Burbs! Do check that out. He’s got another review coming tomorrow for Halloween itself, and he’ll have a few more leftovers for you next week. So be sure to check back for it.  [Read on here…]

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We’ve got a trio of Blu-rays for you to enjoy today...

First up, Tim’s Halloween Hangover review is none other than Dan Curtis’ 1976 Burnt Offerings, now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber.

I’ve also posted a pair of Blu-ray reviews of my own looking atSony’s new The Fifth Element: Cinema Series and Léon: The Professional – Cinema Series. Both discs arrived in stores on Tuesday and are worth a look. Note that each title is available in deluxe “clear case” packaging and also regular Blu-ray cases. The regular versions are the exact same discs for less money – only the packaging is different. See the reviews for all the details.  [Read on here…]

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[Editor’s Note: This article was originally scheduled to appear a year ago for the film’s 50th anniversary. The article was delayed so that it could be published to coincide with the delayed but now available Blu-ray Disc release.]

My Fair Lady is probably the greatest popular smart musical ever made. The melodies soar, the characters endear and engage, and the wit of so much pointed commentary on social class, gender, money, and surface appearances never lapses into self-conscious cleverness.” — film historian and author Matthew Kennedy  [Read on here...]

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