Moldy Oldies Announced for DVD   

February 26, 2008 "Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II" is heading to DVD courtesy of MGM and "The Car" is heading back to disc from Universal.

"Hello Mary Lou", the in-name-only sequel from 1987, is actually better than the Jamie Lee Curtis slasher film, and was a pretty entertaining sequel that hit VHS during the height of the horror-on-tape craze. If it had a theatrical run back then, it was pretty brief. Wish our review was still up of this entertaining and sleazy horror film but it's one of those reviews that has managed to disappear over time. Needless to say, this was a pretty fun movie.



Meanwhile, 1977's "The Car", starring James Brolin, is a horror cheese fest that needs no introduction. A cross between some of the "Equinox" and Spielberg's "Jaws", it's a legendary bad PG horror movie. "The Car" streets on May 6 while "Prom Night 2" hits stores April 1.



Talk about this story on ESplatter's Message Board

Gotta scoop? Drop a line to



<< Back



Related News
Moldy Oldies Announced for DVD
June: Not a Strong Month for Horror on DVD and Blu-Ray
Retro Trailer: 'Simon: King of the Witches'
DVD News: 'Torso', 'Island of the Fishmen', 'Horrible' Get Release Dates
'Island of the Fishmen' Back on Track for DVD Release
Dario Argento Begins Shooting 'Dracula 3D' in February
Argento Reportedly Sues Over 'Four Flies on Grey Velvet' DVD Release
Upcoming 'Friday the 13th' DVD to Be Unrated, Uncut
Dark Sky April DVD Releases
News Briefs: 'I Am Legend' Huge ... '30 Days' DVD
'Vampyres' Announced for Blu-Ray
'Vampire Circus' Hits Blu Ray This Year
It's a Busy August on DVD
June 9 Horror Briefing
'Zombie Strippers' Announced for October 28
'My Bloody Valentine' to Be 3-D Blu-Ray
'Let the Right One In' Remake Gets a Release Date
Clive Barker's 'Book of Blood' Hits DVD Sept. 29
Weekly Horror Meme-orandum
'Scared to Death' Heading to DVD

Latest News
Lucio Fulci's 'Zombie' to Hit Theaters Across the USA!
David Hess, 1942-2011
'Human Centipede II' to Premiere at Fantastic Fest
R-Rated Horror Takes Another Hit
Hammer's 'Countess Dracula' Heading to Blu Ray