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I can always count on Scream Factory to present me with opportunities to revisit the cult classic horror films of the 1980s. The Howling gets an upgrade, marking the first time the movie has ever been available on Blu-ray. Many werewolf fans are wondering if the film feels aged in a high-definition format. I'm happy to report It's not without its faults, but holds up quite well.
Rob Zombie films are very hard for me to review. They're full of bad people doing even worse things to other people. The entire time I'm watching them, they bring out this disgust and realization that there are individuals out there as twisted as the ones onscreen. Some horror flicks are fun to watch, but Zombie's movies are devoid of humor for the most part and just feel depraved. It's what he does as a director and he's good at it. He continues this trend with The Lords of Salem.
Steven Spielberg is rolling out his classic blockbusters on Blu-ray finally and I can't help but think to myself, "What's the point in reviewing these things?" Will anything I say positive or negative keep someone from making their own decision to purchase these in the newest high-definition format? Who doesn't want "Jaws," the Indiana Jones films, or the latest upgrade in the legendary director's collection, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial in the best possible version they can get it?
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial comes home on Blu-ray this October! Get your Reese's Pieces ready!