Are you ready for some more films to watch on Bluray this Halloween? Well it looks like Powerhouse Films might just have the perfect set of titles arriving just in time on their Indicator label this October. So just what are these new releases, well there’s a boxset containing four films and one film on its own. Let’s take a closer look at the films heading to Bluray on the 22nd October 2018 in the UK courtesy of our favourite film label:
Indicator October 2018 Blu-ray Releases
- Night of the Demon (1957)
William Castle At Columbia Volume One:
- The Tingler (1959)
- 13 Ghosts (1960)
- Homicidal (1961)
- Mr Sardonicus (1961)
Kicking off October is the excellent classic British horror film, Night of the Demon (1957) from director Jacques Tourneur. Starring Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins & Niall MacGinnis, this is a must see / have for any classic horror fan. You may know this film under its American title Curse of the Demon thankfully Powerhouse Films are giving us four presentations of the film including the BFI’s 2013 2K restoration of the 96 minute version. I’ve added the film trailer at the bottom of the page.
The boxset of four of director William Castle’s films includes The Tingler (1959) starring Vincent Price, 13 Ghosts (1960) with Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Rosemary DeCamp, Martin Milner & Donald Woods. The remaining two films are Homicidal (1961) starring Jean Arless and Mr. Sardonicus (1961) featuring Oskar Homolka, Ronald Lewis, Audrey Dalton, Guy Rolfe & Vladimir Sokoloff.
A pretty good boxset all in all and it’s only volume one, stay tuned for news of the next volume.
You can pre-order now over on Amazon or direct from Powerhouse Film’s website. So that’s all of Powerhouse’s Indicator October 2018 Blu-ray releases. We intend to review all of these so keep an eye out for the Bluray reviews in the coming weeks.
- Arrow Video October 2018 Blu-ray Releases
- Eureka Entertainment October 2018 Blu-ray Releases
- Indicators September 2018 Blu-ray Releases
As promised here is the trailer for Night of the Demon (1957) enjoy!
Clip not be representative of the Blu-ray version
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