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My Response and statement to the person who wanted to troll me on Christmas Day, I will stand by my own opinions on this release.

The Purge Collection, and The Purge Election Year released this week 26th December 2016, written and directed by James DeMonaco, produced by Blumhouse. Universal Releasing, certificate 15 UK, running time 104 minutes approximately.

The Strain Tv Series. Production companies Double Dare You, Carton Curse Productions, FX productions. Created by Guillermo Del Toro. Distributed by 20th Century Fox on the FX network, from 2014/2017.

Van Helsing Vs The Strain. Comparing the two series, both involving Vampires for a change, but which is your favourite? Van Helsing or The Strain. Van Helsing production companies Echo Lake Entertainment, Dynamic Television, Normadic Pictures. Distributed by SyFy US, Netflix UK. Created by Neil Labute.

31 (2015) Film Review. Bow&Arrow Entertainment, Palmstar Media,Protagonist Films, Spectacle Entertainment Group, Windy Hill Pictures.Directed by Rob Zombie. Distributed by Saban Films. Released on DVD and Bluray 20th December US only. Rated R, running time 102 minutes.

I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse (2014) Film Review. Production 38 Pictures. Directed by Guy Pigden. Distributed by Matchbox Films UK. Certificate 15, running time 104 minutes.

The Burning available from next week 19th December on dual format, loaded with special features, in a two disk set. Distributed by Arrow Films.

Freddy Krueger the latest horror icon to feature in Mortal Kombat X, the greatest horror icon of all time as a playable character, I for one cannot wait.

Just three major titles this week for the UK market, all available on DVD, Bluray and VOD services

Horror news week commencing December 5th 2016, hope you enjoy, and keep horror real.

DVD, BLURAY and VOD Horror releases for the US only, all available from Tuesday December 6th, hope this is helpful and enjoy, and keep horror real, robabob signing out!!

Two new releases this week for the UK only Fear The Walking Dead season 2 and The Shallows, both available on DVD and Bluray 5th December 2016.

Donnie Darko ultimate edition. Bluray and DVD combo, with original version and Director's Cut. Out next week 12th December 2016 by Arrow Films. Directed by Richard Kelly.

Suicide Squad (2016) film review. Distributed by Warner Bros. Directed by David Ayer. Rated R US, Certificate 15 UK. Extended Cut running time 134 minutes.

News and gossip for this week.

Gremlins (1984) Film Review.Amblin Entertainment. Distributed by Warner Bros Pictures. Directed by Joe Dante.Certificate 15 UK, Running time 106 minutes.

Krampus (2015) Film Review. Legendary Pictures Zam Pictures.Distributed by Universal Pictures. Directed by Michael Dougherty. Rated R, Certificate 15. Running time 98 minutes. Available on Blu Ray and DVD.

All Through The House (2015) Film Review. The Redmond Company. Directed by Todd Nunes. Distributed by 101 Films UK. Certificate 18, Running time 101 minutes.

Critters (1986) Came out on this day 30th November 1986, and currently celebrating its 30th anniversary.

The Devil's Advocate (1997) Film review. Distributed by Warner Bros. Directed by Taylor Hackford. Rated R US, Certificate 18 UK. 146 minutes running time approximately.

House will finally see the light of day, with a successful crowdfunding campaign the four films below will be released in a boxset by the always reliable film company Arrow Films.

House (1986) Film Review. Directed by Steve Miner. Distributed by New World Pictures. Rated R US, Certificate 15 UK , running time 89 minutes. Currently showing on The Horror Channel UK, with a release soon from Arrow Films.

My apologies for lack of posts in the month of November, please understand, and read underneath.

Slayer to get their own Graphic Novel, based on their album Repentless. Distributed by Dark Horse Comics, and being released in three monthly issues, and promises to be a violent and bloody affair, and I for one cannot wait.

Ghostbusters (2016) Film Review. Distributed by Columbia Pictures. Directed by Paul Feig. PG13 US, certificate 12 UK running time 116 minutes standard cut, extended version 134 minutes