Over fifty years may have passed, but Bava's sensational directorial debut - courtesy of Arrow - retains its power to shock to this day.
It's unremittingly grim, but Jennifer Lynch's new film also proves surprisingly absorbing, as it comes to Blu-ray courtesy of Anchor Bay.
Momentum unleash Scott Derrickson's brutally tense horror vision on DVD.
Arrow spew forth a splendid high definition release of Lucio Fulci's visually stunning zombie nightmare.
Piyapan Choopetch's routine vengeful spirit chiller comes to DVD courtesy of MVM.
Carlos Torren's paranormal investigation feature over-commits and under-delivers, in this uninspiring tale of a presence so powerful that it can turn picture frames upside down.
Its central premise may have triggered some fallout, and whilst it drums up some initial intrigue, you're unlikely to experience a substantial reaction from Bradley Parker's nuclear horror shocker.
John Gilling's final film for Hammer is granted a respectful transfer on this solid Studiocanal double-play release.
Lionsgate release Hammer's groundbreaking foray into colour on high definition format, with a choice of aspect ratios, some high quality extras, and a somewhat anaemic transfer.
Arrow release a stunning reproduction of Toshiya Fujita's highly influential and much underrated 1973 film and its 1974 sequel on Blu-ray for the first time.
Third Window unleash Shinya Tsukamoto's dementedly imaginative industrial nightmare and its colour sequel on Blu-ray for the first time.
Lionsgate release Goddard and Whedon's much hyped horror film on Blu-ray.
Buddy Giovinazzo's searing stab at an America which has betrayed its war veterans is re-released by Arrow on a double DVD pack.
Raising the silliness dial to 11, Arrow release a solid transfer of Troma’s sludgy mid-eighties horror.
Studiocanal release Bustillo and Maury's much anticipated follow-up to Inside on Blu-ray.
Arrow Films release the innovatively funded Australian horror on region 2 DVD.
MVM release Monthon Arayangkoon's enjoyable though over-engineered horror on region 2 DVD.
The draw of Mark Hamill isn't enough to elevate Airborne anywhere above a very pedestrian horror journey.