80s Horror Movies available on Blu-Ray




There are a lot of classic 80s Horror films now available on Blu-Ray. Most are digitally remastered in HD quality for the first time and feature new extras like An American Werewolf in London Full Moon Edition which features the new feature-length documentary Beware the Moon included.

 CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST of 80s Horror movies available on Blu-Ray DVD for the first time.

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  1. i was waiting for more horror movies in blu-ray..glad that some were out now :D

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  4. This move still freaks me out...well, any werewolf movie does.

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  5. "An American Werewolf In London" has some of the best special effects that I have ever seen on film to this day. I still get the creeps whenever I watch David Naughton transform into the wolf. Great acting, great storyline, great soundtrack... Great movie!

    The one 80s horror movie that disappointed me was "Amityville II: The Possession", but not because of the usual reasons (I never blame good actors for lousy screenplays). My main gripe with "Amityville II" is that the storyline didn't include the factual circumstances that surrounded the DeFeo family (portrayed as "the Montellis" in the movie). Instead, the film ends up looking more like a satirical spin on "The Exorcist" than an authentic account of the events leading up to the tragedy that took place in the early - morning hours of November 13, 1974 in Amityville, NY.

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