Saw: The Complete Movie Collection

Halloween’s around the corner and the series of Saw movies probably can now be considered a classic. Watch all 7 Saw movies in a row with the Saw: The Complete Movie Collection on Blu-ray. Settle in with Jigsaw and make it a long weekend.

Chucky: The Complete Collection: Gruden Approved

Those quick glimpses of ESPN’s Jon Gruden not giving you enough of your Chucky fix? Perhaps it’s time to own the whole kit, and yes, the kaboodle as well. We’re talking Chucky: The Complete Collection ($59) on Blu-ray. That means Child’s Play, Child’s Play 2, Child’s Play 3, Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, and Curse of Chucky will all be yours in glorious high def to do whatever you want with—even if it’s just to create more comparison pics between the demonic doll and former football coach.

Evil Dead Blu-ray Steelbook: Hell-Proof

If you missed the Evil Dead reboot from earlier this year and wanna score yourself a Blu-ray copy that can withstand a trip to hell, check out this Target exclusive Evil Dead Steelbook ($24). IMDB says the film’s plot is as follows: “Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods.” That actually sounds a lot like what happened at my Aunt Joyce’s house last Thanksgiving, except replace “remote cabin,” “book of the dead,” and “demons,” with “townhouse,” “controversial stuffing recipe,” and “dem… wait, actually, you can leave “demons” in there.

Friday The 13th: The Complete Blu-ray Collection

Horror fans and people who just really enjoy “chih chih chih hah hah hah” noises have reason to rejoice: Friday The 13th: The Complete Collection is coming to Blu-ray. For the first time, all twelve of Jason’s slice-and-dice films will be packaged together (with seven of them making HD debuts), along with 11 hours of previously released special features and a 40-page soft cover book.  The 10-disc collection ($130) will come in a collectible tin case, and the set will also include digital versions of each film via UltraViolet.