Don't think I need to say anymore about this one!
Halloween II. Not seen this for years, I can't even really remember that much about it, but this new blu ray release has received great reviews and this is certainly the month to rewatch it.
Tucker and Dale Vs Evil. A fun horror comedy, with a pair of excellent performances from Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine. It has such a clever concept, it's hard to believe no one thought of it before.
Machete. Another really fun film, Danny Trejo is perfect and there's a great supporting cast. I much prefer this to Hobo with a shotgun, a similar film that had a great central performance but little else to back it up.
Tango and Cash. The fun just keeps on coming, with this Stallone and Russell team up. Read my review here.
Best Seller. 80's favourite, written by Larry Cohen and featuring a blistering performance from James Woods and solid support from Brian Dennehy. Review to follow soon.
Special Effects. Written and directed by Larry Cohen, I've never seen this but always wanted to, with Zoe Tamerlis and Eric Bogosian.
Gymkata. This film has received plenty of excellent coverage on other blogs recently including Comeuppance reviews and robotGEEKS cult cinema. It's one I remember seeing on the shelf at the video shop but for some reason I never rented it. The tagline is irresistible "The Skill of gymnastics. The Kill of Karate.
Army of Shadows. A real masterpiece from Jean Pierre Melville on Hd-dvd, one of my favourite films ever. If you haven't seen it, track it down and see it asap.
Cross of Iron. A welcome blu ray upgrade for Sam Peckinpah's classic war film. Another fantastic tagline, this one's almost literal! "Men on the front lines of hell"