At their Comic-Con panel on Saturday, Scream Factory announced ten genre titles they will release on Blu-ray in late 2014 and throughout 2015. Now they have an update that should please horror fans, as five upcoming titles (three from the newly announced batch) have received 2014 release dates, including the Collector's Edition Blu-ray of Clive Barker's Lord of Illusions and two movies from George A. Romero.

Scream Factory divulged the following Blu-ray release dates via Facebook:

1. The Doctor and the Devils Blu-ray

  • November 4th.

2. Dolls (Collector's Edition) Blu-ray

  • November 11th. (Artwork to be revealed soon.)

3. George A. Romero's The Dark Half Blu-ray

  • November 18th

4. George A. Romero's Monkey Shines Blu-ray

  • November 18th

5. Clive Barker's Lord of Illusions (Collector's Edition) Blu-ray

  • Scheduled for a December 2014 release. (No other details at this time.)

Scream Factory also stated that their Blu-ray of New Year's Evil will hit shelves sometime in early 2015. They are still trying for a 2015 release for the Hellhole Blu-ray, and Dog Soldiers is still set to come out on Blu-ray in 2015.

In case you missed it, here's the full list of Blu-ray titles announced by Scream Factory at Comic-Con:

1. The Dark Half

  • (1993, directed by George A. Romero)

2. Monkey Shines

  • (1988, directed by George A. Romero)

3. Candyman II: Farewell to the Flesh

  • (1995, directed by Bill Condon)

4. Scarecrows

  • (1988, directed by William Wesley)

5. Phantom of the Opera

  • (1989, directed by Dwight H. Little)

6. New Year’s Evil

  • (1980, directed by Emmett Alston)

7. Invaders from Mars

  • (1986, directed by Tobe Hooper)

8. Dolls (Collector’s Edition)

  • (1987, directed by Stuart Gordon)

9. Mad Max (Collector’s Edition)

  • (1979, directed by George Miller)

10. Escape From New York (Collector’s Edition)

  • (1981, directed by John Carpenter)


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