Wes Craven, the director of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, takes you on a terrifying journey inside the most demented house on the street. Trapped inside a fortified home owned by a mysterious couple, a young boy is suddenly thrust into a nightmare in The People Under the Stairs on Blu-ray from Shout! Factory.

Producer John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) presents Halloween III: Season of the Witch, the third chilling installment in the shocking Halloween franchise (this one breaks away from Michael Myers and has no Jamie Lee Curtis or Donald Pleasence, it goes a new direction).

Kung Fury is a short film (30 Minutes) directed by David Sandberg that is a visually spectacular action comedy with its foundation and style rooted firmly in 80s cop and martial arts movies.

Shout! Factory brings two 1984 break dancing movies back in High Definition, Breakin' / Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo on blu-ray April 21, 2015.

Blast off with "Spacehunter" a high-powered adventure starring Peter Strauss as a galactic bounty hunter menaced bya mechanical madman. It is the year 2136 and Wolff (Strauss), while answering a distress signal from Terra Eleven, agrees to rescue three beautiful maidens from the plague-ridden planet. When the women are kidnapped by henchmen of Overdog (Michael Ironside), the wicked half-man/half-machine who rules the planet, Wolff takes off in hot pursuit. As he challenges assorted monsters and mutants, circumstances throw Wolff together with Niki (Molly Ringwald), a spunky waif who agrees to guide him to Overdog's scrap-metal kingdom. Wolff's exploits in the Forbidden Zone are packed with extra-terrestrial thrills, plus special effects guaranteed to dazzle you.

Soldiers of fortune, Max Donigan (Chuck Norris - Code of Silence, Silent Rage) and Leo Porter (Gossett, Jr. - An Officer and A Gentleman, Enemymine), are ever the adventurers … with little to show for their exploits. When presented with a treasure map by the mysterious Patricia (Melody Anderson), Max and Leo imagine fame and fortune is within their grasp.

Aliens, lasers, swords, knights on horses, castles and a damsel in distress that needs a hero ... No, it's not the latest Roger Corman flick, it's Krull directed by Peter Yates in 1983. Cheesy B-Goodness doesn't get any better than this Sci-Fi, fantasy epic. It has a flying mountain and everything, what's not to love?

In this installment of Cheesy-B-Goodness we take a look at a few films (The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China and Prince of Darkness) by the legendary John Carpenter. Carpenter had his hits and misses as far as the box office was concerned, but many of his films went on to become Cult Classics and garnered him acknowledgements as an influential filmmaker.

In this installment of Cheesy-B-Goodness we take a look at a few films (Halloween, The Fog and Escape from New York) by the legendary John Carpenter. Carpenter had his hits and misses as far as the box office was concerned, but many of his films went on to become Cult Classics and garnered him acknowledgements as an influential filmmaker.

In Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann - Fred Ward is a champion off-road racer who accidentally gets zapped into a time-travel experiment and sent 100 years into the past! When a gang of brutal bandits steals his motorcycle, Swann must outsmart the local cowboys and submit to the desires of a beautiful outlaw woman (Belinda Bauer). Armed with only his wits and a map from an Exxon station, will Lyle Swann survive the Wild West and get back to his future?

Catherine Mary Stewart starred in a number of movies in her career, which is still active, this year she was in The Husband She Met Online, and AmeriQua. But we are looking back at her earlier work, the work we call Cheesy Sci-Fi B-Movie Goodness.

This addition into our Cheesy B-Movie Goodness brings both 80's nostalgia and silly fun with a time-twist to boot. My Science Project came out around the time when teenage sci-fi comedies, like Back to the Future (1985), Weird Science (1985), The Last Star Fighter (1984), were banking good box office bucks.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which is now in theaters, put us on a quest for the best Cheesy B-Movie Goodness Sci-Fi we could think of, naturally there are tons of them, and everyone will have their own choices, but we picked a few of our own.

Paul Gross (Men with Brooms) plays a hardened American gunslinger who is repeatedly thwarted in his attempts to mount a showdown in a friendly town in Canada where no one seems to understand or appreciate the brutal code of the American Wild West.

A virtual reality game that allows players to commit murders is the crux for the high-tech thriller Brainscan. Edward Furlong (Terminator 2) stars as a video game fanatic who receives the latest horror game that challenges players to carry out brutal killings and try to get away with it.

A comet wipes out most of life on Earth, leaving two Valley Girls to fight the evil types who survive. A classic end of the world Sci Fi film "Night of the Comet" finds its way to Blu-ray thanks to Scream Factory, the horror-thriller offshoot of independent film distributor Shout Factory.

From Tobe Hooper, the director of Poltergeist and the co-writer of Alien, comes a thrilling sci-fi adventure of explosive action and pulse-pounding suspense "Lifeforce"!

Ice Road Terror - A remote arctic diamond mine unknowingly uncovers a deadly creature buried deep beneath the ice: PREDATOR X - the biggest dinosaur to ever roam the arctic. Emerging from hibernation, the beast rampages through the mine, killing everyone in sight. When a pair of ice road truckers show up delivering supplies, the only thing they find are the bloodied remains of the miners. They quickly race back to the dangerous ice road, but the deadly creature tags along for the ride.