Jason Coffman’s debut piece on iHorror talks 2016’s best for horror on home media


Despite many reports on the death of physical media, 2016 was a banner year for horror home video. In addition to companies like Scream Factory (who have released excellent new versions of many horror favorites and are set to continue their streak in 2017) and Synapse Films (dedicated to releasing definitive versions of Italian horror classics like Demons and Phenomena), other labels have been releasing unseen gems or going all-out with new editions of classics that more than justify double-dipping. Here are five essential 2016 horror home video releases.



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