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Fun, brash indie horror that wears both its excesses and inspirations with pride.
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They're both finally in HD and carry great supplemental packages.
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A sleazy, aggressive beast of a film that's not your average ghost movie.
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A piece of Americana, capturing a very specific moment between the freewheeling late 60s and the new Hollywood of the 70s.
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This is potent, important cinema that has been carefully restored and made accessible to a wider audience than it has ever had.
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It's a solid presentation despite some flaws, but this Scream Factory disc is packed with content.
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Time to have that telekinesis horror marathon you've always put off with this underrated gem.
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A strange flick, especially when looked at 20 years later, gets the HD treatment.
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Brash, unpredictable regional filmmaking that both doesn't hide its trash origins while aspiring to be more.
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This is an indispensable release for folks in need of a bit more grime in their lives.
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Shout Factory earns the Collector's Edition tag with a heavy supplement package.
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A disc full of seedy 80s Times Square grime, a pimp named Fast Black, and Christopher Reeve. But no special features.