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Blood Feast (1963) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

Herschell Gordon Lewis's innovative gore movie is amateurish but entertaining. Arrow's dual format package makes for an enjoyable epitaph for the man.

Mal Arnold in Blood Feast

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Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood (1973) Blu Ray (Arrow)

Christopher Speeth's nightmarish but hard-to-follow tale of a cannibal-infested fairground, featuring Janine Carazo, Jerome Dempsey and Hervé Villechaize.

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood

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Carnival of Souls (1962) Blu Ray (The Criterion Collection)

Herk Harvey's chilling and haunting (if occasionally unintentionally funny) debut (and only) feature film is beautifully presented here with a wealth of extras.

Candace Hilligoss emerges in Carnival of Souls

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Kill, Baby… Kill! (1966) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

Arguably Italian horror director Mario Bava's best horror film, Kill, Baby... Kill! carries a nightmarish gothic atmosphere with an intelligent streak.

Giacomo Rossi Stuart and Erika Blanc


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Starcrash (1978) Blu Ray (Stratx)

Luigi Cozzi’s cheap, batshit-crazy Star Wars rip-off starring Caroline Munro is so insanely inane that it’s in its own class of fascinating folly.

Stop-motion and Hasselhoff in Starcrash


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Brain Damage (1988) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

Outstanding extras make this lo-fi anti-drugs horror an essential purchase.

A hallucination in Brain Damage

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Caltiki the Immortal Monster (1959) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

The low budget Italian sci-fi horror from Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava is fun despite its shortcomings.

Low budget horror in Caltiki

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​The Driller Killer (1979) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

The Driller isn't enough of a thriller, though the extras are.

Abel Ferrara gets bloody in Driller Killer

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