Notice that this list of “horror films” includes ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Teen Wolf 2’

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The good folks at MGM continue to put most of the other studios to shame when it comes to serving up their horror, sci-fi and cult titles with new widescreen transfers and plenty of extras all at a reasonable price (take note, Columbia and Paramount), they’ve got another batch of great stuff coming on August 27.
Leading the pack is a fave of horror buffs everywhere, one of the few horror-comedies of the 80’s that actually worked, Return of the Living Dead. Featuring a new 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, extras include an audio commentary with director Dan O’Bannion and production designer William Stout, the “Designing The Dead” featurette, a still gallery and the trailer. Also debuting on 8/27 is the nasty cult classic Last House on the Left, presented in its uncut version and in 1.85;1 anamorphic widescreen, with a new audio commentary by Wes Craven and the trailer. Last but not least we have Vampire’s Kiss, also in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen, English 2.0 stereo, and featuring a first-ever audio commentary by Nicolas Cage. Retail is a low $14.95 each.
Other goodies coming on August 27 include Needful Things, Anthony Perkins in Edge of Sanity, and the cult horror of The Believers. Each is presented in anamorphic widescreen with English 2.0 surround tracks plus English, French and Spanish subtitles, plus trailers. Retail is $14.95 a pop.
MGM will also unleash a big wave of horror double features, amazingly also priced at $14.95 and according to the specs, all in anamorphic widescreen: The Oblong Box and Scream and Scream Again, Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too, Masque of the Red Death and The Premature Burial, Motel Hell and Deranged, and proving someone at MGM has a sense of humor, The Attic and The Crawlspace.
Yeah, Teen Wolf! Well done, MGM!