Horror Pack is a new and easy way for you to add to your horror collection at a good price, especially if you want to get a head start on your DVD or Blu-Ray collection. Horror Pack has got you covered for most of your movie collecting needs. It’s also a great service for avid collectors that don’t really have the time to spend searching for the perfect flicks to add to their collection.
With Horror Pack, you can choose a subscription plan and get DVDs, Blu-Rays, or both delivered to your door. A one month plan, three month plan, six month plan, and twelve month plan is available for both types. Subscription plans range from $17 a month to $25 a month. Once you subscribe, you will get four films in the mail each month. The great thing is the fact that each type has different titles. Because of this, if you choose both, you will not be stuck with the same DVD and Blu-Ray movies. All movies that are shipped from Horror Pack are sealed and brand new.
Each month, the subscription is closed by the 15th. This is a service provided by horror fans, for horror fans. I am a proud owner of over 300 horror films. (Please, don’t make me actually count them all.) Surprisingly, the pack I received did not have a movie that I already owned. There is a great combination of B-movie horror, current popular horror, and cult classics. A few even came with special features, so you aren’t just paying for a cool looking case with a movie. There is something for everyone, whether you love SyFy horror or if you’re a fan of well-known classics.
My Blu-Ray Horror Pack this month included “Rise of the Zombies”, “The Woman in Black”, and “Night of the Demons”. What was really great about this month was the fact that it also came with a “Hostel” double feature, so I actually got five movies this month instead of four. As you can tell, these guys are very dedicated to providing fans the movies they actually want to watch. I was surprised to receive “Night of the Demons”, as it is a remake of a cult classic that I haven’t thought of in quite some time and I enjoyed revisiting it. Through a series of strange events, I never got the chance to check out “The Woman in Black”. Being a Hammer fan, Horror Pack brought out the fan in me by giving me the chance to check it out.
Horror Pack works with indie filmmakers, horror fans, and other people of the horror community to bring four selections each month. In addition, they are currently working with Scream Factory, Dark Sky, Magnet, and Full Moon, so keep an eye out for even better selections in future months. I don’t know about you, but Full Moon is one of my favorite distributors and they are always fun to watch.
You’ve heard of Horror Block and while this is great for collectors as well, Horror Pack caters specifically to the heart of the fans – the films themselves. You’re saving both time and money by taking advantage of this service. In addition, who knows? You may uncover some hidden gems and find your next favorite horror movie.
If you’re interested in signing up or learning more about Horror Pack, you can do so here. They are still open for June, so there’s still plenty of time for you to get your next Horror Pack!