Digital Noise Episode 143: The Horror Has Arrived

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Marco and Chris bravely stand in front of a massive stack of blu-ray and dvd titles for review this week, raising their critical swords in defiance. It’s October as well so that means a LOT of horror stuff. Get ready, here it comes…

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3 thoughts on “Digital Noise Episode 143: The Horror Has Arrived”

  1. I like the new “Ghostbusters” Even if I agree the cameos where weak, the villian could be more interesting and that dance scene during the credits was annoying.
    I think it was intented for younger viewers then the oryginal, the actresses where incredeble fun to watch (Holzmann felt for me more what I wanted from Harley Quinn that I got from Margot Robbie) and my eyes enjoyed the visuals. I had good time in the theatre and I sticking to it.

  2. Wow, I never thought “The Pit” would ever be released on DVD… I do remember watching it once when I was younger and shutting it off because the acting was bad. I may have to pick that up now…

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