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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

1972
“Frogs” is an early Eco-Horror that will make your skin crawl if you hold creature phobias. Come for the animals, stay for young Sam …continue…
1972
You can stuff this turkey under the “so bad it’s fun” folder, pour a drink, sit back, and laugh until Mom says dinner’s ready. …continue…
1972
A heavy dose of black humor strikes a nice balance with the macabre plot in “Burke and Hare”; it’s 70’s sexploitation flare with a …continue…
1973
A slick looking period piece from the Hammer-adjacent Amicus Productions, this is an easy and enjoyable watch about demonic insemination. Newly married and moved …continue…
1977
Eerily prophetic, “Demon Seed” is a tech-horror that will make you yearn for simpler times when we didn’t ask the pill-shaped voice about the …continue…
1981
Bound to impress your friends on trivia night, this Thanksgiving slasher will add to your already impressive repertoire of unwatchable films. A drugged up, …continue…
1982
Light and easy, and in no way meant to be taken too seriously, “Wacko” could be the exact kind of mindlessly fun popcorn flick …continue…
1986
“Blood Hook” is everything you would expect from a low budget fishing-based horror film from the 1980s. Let it reel you in, hook, line, …continue…
1986
A reported favorite of Quentin Tarantino, “Dead End Drive-In” boasts award-nominated production design and an 80s enthusiast’s dream aesthetic. In a dystopian future (1995) …continue…
1987
A highlight reel of 80s gore, this knife wielding twin slasher will make you eyeball the cranberry sauce with reservation this Thanksgiving. Ten years …continue…