July 2017

In a sea of horror movies being released in today’s home video market, the major labels all seem to have the biggest and most popular titles covered, both vintage and new. That’s all well and good, but there’s also room for independents that deserve more attention than they’re actually getting.

So today, we’re going to take a brief look at a few lesser known horror and sci-fi films available through two companies in particular: Uncork’d Entertainment and Wild Eye Releasing. [Read on here...]

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