Think of any movie and chances are it was released by Eureka Entertainment at one point or another; from Wake in Fright to Mr. Vampire. Based in the UK, the quality and presentation of Eureka’s contribution to physical media are unmatched.


Blu-ray Review: VIY (1967)

I doubt many have wondered what the first horror movie made by the Soviet Union, but it’s a little feature with an equally little title, Viy, based on Nikolai Gogol’s 1835 short story of the same name. Produced during a rather intense period of the Cold War, this faith-based dark fantasy is rather light-hearted in …

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Blu-ray Review: Mindwarp (1992)

While something of a milestone, Mindwarp feels like every post-apocalyptic movie you’ve seen from the 80s and early 90s, yet Fangoria Magazine’s first feature still manages to stand out, and now it’s on Blu-ray in the UK from Eureka Entertainment. Set in the year 2037, decades after an unspecified apocalyptic event, the remnants of humanity …

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Blu-ray Review: Pulse (1988)

I remember catching the middle third of Pulse on TV during the mid-90s. It was the midday movie, oddly. Joey Lawrence’s sitcom Brotherly Love was airing at the time, so I guess the network was capitalising on his popularity, even though he was only 12-years-old in the film. Although, my cousin who was babysitting me …

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Blu-ray Review: Inner Sanctum Mysteries – The Complete Film Series

Lon Chaney Jr. passed away at age 67 in 1973; relatively pre-mature compared to the many stars who continue to work into their 90s nowadays, the late Christopher Plummer being a prime example. However, Chaney worked the camera enough for two lifetimes and was a fixture at Universal Pictures during the 1940s. Between scaring movie-goers …

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Blu-ray Review: Waxworks (1924)

It’s a pleasure to be reviewing another title from Flicker Alley, following up on my coverage of Paul Leni’s The Last Warning and The Man Who Laughs in 2019, with an earlier classic from the silent film auteur. Waxworks is a light anthology piece that displays unbridled imagination and the most elaborately creative set-design; released …

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