Two renowned horror directors, two Poe yarns, Two Evil Eyes. Mark Lee reviews Arrow's release of the 1990 horror double-header.
Arrow continue their line of blu-ray releases of George Romero's Dead films with Day of the Dead. John White salutes..
Arrow present George A Romero's masterpiece in a 2 DVD and 1 blu-ray set. This Halloween, John loves the irony of such a well packaged anti-capitalist satire...
Mike Sutton has reviewed the upcoming Arrow R2 DVD of the theatrical cut of George Romero's "Dawn Of The Dead". A marvellous horror film is very well presented on a disc which also contains some fabulous extra features.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and the dead feel fine. Super "Dawn" fan D.J. Nock takes a very comprehensive look at Anchor Bay's "Ultimate Edition", and has a dead-good time.
Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the R0 USA release of Two Evil Eyes, a 1990 collaboration between George Romero and Dario Argento.
<b>Mark Davis</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=1113&story=3786">Two Evil Eyes</a>. Romero and Argento each directing an Edgar Allen Poe short? A match made in heaven surely? Well ... not really no as Romero seemed to be having an off day! The disc isn't much better with a pretty awful picture but some decent extras to bolster it up. <p>
<b>Mark Davis</b> has reviewed the Region 2 release of <a href="getreview.cgi?id=363&story=2323">Day of the Dead</a>.<p>