As a majority of BGH readers are predecessors to the digital age, we know that underground cinema pairs with nothing better than our local, specialty video stores of days past. But with those cinefile safe-havens disappearing, what do we do?

Since the studio has come back to life in 2007, Hammer Studios have been hard at work putting out some quality content.

The time has finally come my friends! After a successful run of screenings across the country “Best Worst Movie” is finally coming to DVD on November 16th. The DVD will be chock full of special features including over an hour worth of never seen footage and deleted scenes.

In honer of the Spanish film "[Rec 2]" coming out on DVD and the original "[Rec]" hitting Blu-ray the good people behind the film have composed a witty little PSA called "In Case Of A Zombie Emergency". The clip teaches you everything you'd ever need to know when the zombie outbreak comes.

German medical students take a seminar on fear in Beyond Remedy. If there's one thing you can say about Germans, they're not exactly cuddly, so a German seminar on fear should be pretty messed up I'd have to think... (Check out the rest of this week's Horror DVD Releases!)

I'm been meaning to see this slasher classic, and it's about to get a lot easier to see it in it's intended form. "Happy Birthday To Me" was released on DVD by Columbia in 2004, but with crappy cover art and a disco soundtrack.

Vinny Durand. He’s a NYC cab driver with an attitude and a dream. He doesn’t plan on being a cab driver forever; someday he’s going to be an award winning film director. He figures that you can’t go about becoming achieving that dream without a plan, and his plan is grand. He's going to cast the biggest horror movie star on the planet; Jana Bates. Armed with nothing but delusions of grandeur, Vinny packs his bags and flies off to the 1981 Cannes Film Festival where Jana will be in full prominence.