Some are classic horror movies such as The Exorcist and Psycho. Two movies many think to be the greatest horror films ever made. They are certainly two of the most scariest and should not be watched alone. Also being released is the Alien Anthology. All four of the Alien movies can be seen in glorious 1080p High Definition. On the lighter side, movies such as The Evil Dead, The Rocky Horror Picture show and Shaun of the Dead will provideyou just as many laugh as they will scares. All the films are different in their own unique way, but one thing is for sure, they will frighten and entertain you this Halloween.

The Exorcist (Director: William Friedkin, 1973) Blu-ray Release Date: October 5, 2010

The Exorcist has been frightening movie viewers close to 4 decades. Can you imagine what the head spinning and satanic vomit will look like in High Definition. Based on William Peter Blatty’s novel, it is a frightening and realistic story of an innocent girl (Linda Blair) who gets possessed by a terrifying demon. Her mother played by Ellen Brursten, try’s frantically to save her. She enlists the help of two priest, one who is doubt-ridden and the other is a tower of faith. They unit to battling the ultimate evil. Warner has released a stunning two disc Blu-ray of this classic horror film, many consider this to be the scariest movie ever made. It gets the full blu-ray treatment with new commentary, documentaries and both the original theatrical release and the 2000 directors cut versions of the movie in glorious high definition.

Video Quality:
Video codec: VC-1
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.66:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.66:1

Audio Quality:
English DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 Surround Sound

Special Features:
Disc 1: Extended Director’s Cut
– New 3-part documentary on the movie’s production and legacy – for the first time, relive the actual on-set filming of classic scenes via never-before-seen set footage:Raising Hell: Filming The Exorcist (HD), The Exorcist Locations: Georgetown Then and Now (HD) and Faces of Evil: The Different Versions of The Exorcist (HD)
– Commentary by director William Friedkin

Disc 2: Original theatrical version
– 2 commentaries: 1) director William Friedkin, 2) producer/screenwriter William Peter Blatty, plus sound effects tests
– Introduction by William Friedkin
– Feature-length 1998 documentary The Fear of God: The Making of The Exorcist
– Interview gallery covering the topics: the original cut, the final reckoning and stairway to heaven
– Original ending and more

Grindhouse (Special Edition) (Directors: Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, 2007) Blu-ray Release Date: October 5, 2010

Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez combine their directing and writing skills for the first t

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ime ever in the Double Feature GRINDHOUSE. These exciting and exhilarating movies are now together in one packaging, and both are the original theatrical versions. Of course you can not forget the several faux trailers before and between the two films, Rodriguez’s Planet Terror and Tarantino’s Death Proof. Planet Terror is a wonderfully sleazy, zombie exploitation film and Death Proof is a dialog heavy serial killer film. The two films are very different in style and tone but are equally worthy of repeat viewing.

By Haadi