Posts Tagged ‘Blu-ray’

SURGE OF POWER: REVENGE OF THE SEQUEL Available Now On Blu-Ray, DVD And VOD With Bruce Vilanch

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Horror Society
SURGE OF POWER: REVENGE OF THE SEQUEL Available Now On Blu-Ray, DVD And VOD
Cinema’s First Out Gay Superhero Faces His Greatest Challenge
by BlacktoothMar 20, 2018, 10:14 am

 

Surge of Power Enterprises and Indie Rights are proud to announce the Blu-ray, DVD and VOD release of the long-anticipated sequel to the groundbreaking and lighthearted superhero movie Surge of Power: The Stuff of Heroes. Following a national theatrical rollout, Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel is also now available on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and YouTube Rentals. Additional platforms including iTunes and Vudu will soon follow.Creator Vincent J. Roth returns to the cape-clad title role of Surge, cinema’s first out gay superhero. Roth is joined by a star-studded cast representing the forces of good and evil including “Star Trek” alums Nichelle Nichols and Robert Picardo, comedian Bruce Vilanch, “SuperFriends!” Wonder Woman Shannon Farnon, Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts, The Exorcist’s Linda Blair, “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century” star Gil Gerard and the original Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno. The award-winning film has screened at festivals and conventions across the globe, taking home prizes for Best Comedy, Best Villain, Best Special Effects and Most Inspirational Lead Character. Read More

ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES: SPECIAL COLLECTOR’S EDITION (BLU-RAY REVIEW) With Fun Bonuses From Fans Bruce Vilanch And Many More Surprises

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Digital Bits
ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES: SPECIAL COLLECTOR’S EDITION (BLU-RAY REVIEW)
By Tim Salmons
Jan 31, 2018

An unlikely candidate for a franchise, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, as goofy as it is, spawned three sequels, a cartoon series, a video game, and a toy line during the 1980s and 1990s. Long-since dormant, it’s wild to think that at one time an amateur spoof movie with a budget of less than $100,000 had the potential for other things. Shepherded by director John DeBello and writers and producers Stephen Peace and Costa Dillon, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes isn’t necessarily a film that you’d try and defend as some kind of a masterpiece that’s been misunderstood. No, even its creators know exactly what it is, but they, like many other people, embrace it and continue to wave its flag nearly 40 years after its initial release. Read More