From a haunted house to a doomed romance, Scream Factory has been giving horror fans several reasons to mark their calendars for high-def home media releases this September, including new Blu-rays of The Evil, The Seventh Sign, and The Bride.

Special features have yet to be announced for this trio of horror Blu-rays, but we'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on further details. In the meantime, you can read the initial announcements and check out the cover art (via Facebook) for all three releases below:

The Evil Blu-ray: "The often-requested 70s haunted house film THE EVIL is finally coming to Blu-ray for the first time!

A psychologist (Richard Crenna) and his wife (Joanna Pettet) buy a dilapidated historical mansion with a dark past in this terrifying chiller. Hoping to restore the estate and turn it into a drug rehabilitation clinic, he accepts the help of some of his students and current patients. But when a secret door in the basement of the house is opened, the malevolent presence within is unleashed, trapping everyone inside. One by one, they are picked off by the unspeakable terror that has awoken ... and the doctor learns that even though his name is on the deed, the house belongs soul-ly to The Evil. Victor Buono, Andrew Prine, and Cassie Yates also star.

Extras will be ported over from the prior DVD release. And we’ll be doing a new high-definition film transfer taken from the only surviving archival print.

National street date is September 18th but if you pre-order directly from us we'll ship it out two weeks early!…"

The Seventh Sign Blu-ray: "Demi Moore, Michael Biehn and Jürgen Prochnow face the end-of-days in the riveting 1988 thriller THE SEVENTH SIGN—which is coming to the Blu-ray from us in September!

Moore stars as Abby Quinn, a young woman who discovers that she and her unborn child play a terrifying part in the chain of events destined to end the world. Already troubled with a difficult pregnancy, Abby grows more distraught once she and her husband (Biehn, The Terminator, Aliens, The Fan) rent their studio apartment to David (Prochnow, In The Mouth Of Madness), an enigmatic drifter. As Abby becomes ensnared in a series of otherworldly experiences, it becomes apparent that David is carrying out the mythical prophecies of Judgment Day ... and that she has been chosen as the instrument of the Seventh Sign. But can Abby — or anyone — stand between the wrath of God and the future of humanity?

Extras are in progress and will be announced on a later date. National street date is September 11th but if you pre-order directly from us we'll ship it out two weeks early!…"

The Bride Blu-ray: "Here comes THE BRIDE! The 1985 lavish remake of The Bride of Frankenstein is coming to the Blu-ray for the first time on September 25th.Frankenstein builds the perfect woman — and lives to regret it — in this tantalizing marriage of horror, romance, and unbridled passion! Rock legend Sting plays the cunning scientist and Jennifer Beals (Flashdance) lends her dramatic presence as his supreme, sublime creation. This gothic tale, inspired by the indelible themes and characters originally brought to life by Mary Shelley, follows Frankenstein's creations as they search for their place in the world — the gorgeous Eva by declaring her independence, and her grotesque intended mate Viktor (Clancy Brown, Highlander) by learning self-worth from a compassionate circus dwarf (David Rappaport, Time Bandits). Can Dr. Frankenstein survive when the monster returns to claim his intended?

Extras are in progress and will be announced on a later date. Pre-order THE BRIDE now directly from us for two weeks early shipping @…"

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