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The Daily Dig

Join us as we take you on a journey of discovery each week (Monday through Friday), to find buried video treasure from the 70s and 80s, which has been given new life thanks to 4k Blu-ray restorations and digital releases. Together, we’ll explore the wonderfully weird, sleazy and cheesy, gloriously fun genre gems you may have missed. The timeline will be updated daily as new titles are covered. 

The Daily Dig

1953
A true-crime tale that actually softens reality, directed by one of the most influential and groundbreaking Women in cinema history. Two men pick up …continue…
1958
A beautiful transfer and brilliant sets make this familiar feeling, fifties horror a must-watch for fans of the history of the genre. A scientist …continue…
1959
A story about vanity and its consequences made during the height of the cold war and imaginative, future science and its capabilities. After a …continue…
1960
A perfect classic horror tale with almost no flaws, “City of the Dead” doesn’t go by the book… it WROTE the book of horror! …continue…
1963
The first film from legendary director Francis Ford Coppola, “Dementia 13” wasn’t a sign of things to come, but it was slick and gory. …continue…
1963
A story of a man driven mad by a ghost, this film is driven by the one and only Vincent Price and some excellent …continue…
1964
A Shakespearean story with vivid gothic imagery, even in black and white, capped off with an impressive and practical destructive finale. An ancient Witches …continue…
1964
One of William Castle’s lesser-known films, “The Night Walker” relies on a strong score and makeup by Bud Westmore for its scares. A widow …continue…
1964
A mediocre gothic tale that features the brilliant Barbara Steele as the bringer of plague and revenge for all women; misogynists beware! A matriarch …continue…
1965
Classic themes and absolutely beautiful visuals make this an enjoyable watch with a strong cast consisting of a lost generation of actors. A young …continue…