The Stack: HIDDEN IN THE WOODS, SIMON KILLER, DAY OF THE DEAD, THE DEVIL BAT, And More

Welcome back to The Stack. I'm sneaking this episode in before I leave for Fantastic Fest; it's a light week but there are some real gems here. 

For those not easily offended, Hidden in the Woods from Artsploitation will probably offend you anyway. Less offensive than downright disturbing is the psychological thriller Simon Killer from IFC. Shout Factory and Scream Factory bring a couple of classics up to date with Blu-rays of Day of the Dead and Mystery Science Theater 3000 The Movie and, last but not least, Kino kills it with their solid Blu-ray release of the 1940 Bela Lugosi vehicle The Devil Bat. 

The next episode of The Stack after I return from Fantastic Fest. Until then make sure to check out The Stack Holiday Gift Guide a little later this week for some of the awesome box sets I'll be covering.

H.P. and Cthulhu shirt by peabody00 



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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "Less offensive than downright disturbing is the psychological thriller Simon Killer from IFC."

    I still haven´t seen it....arghhhhhhh.......Mr Canfield, you an that plastic brain needs a room.....hahhahahahhahahahha......creepy......good work, thanks Mr Canfield.

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