The Fly (1986) on blu-ray: great remake and a brilliant film from David Cronenberg, i saw this 3 times in theaters when i was 5 and creeped me out mainly that birth nightmare scene.
Hallowen (1978) on blu-ray: the essential Halloween time viewing film and perfection at it's finest.
Halloween 2 (1981) on the new blu-ray: Looks good and nice in high def in it's new blu-ray but the version i watched is the extended TV cut which has deleted scenes not shown in theatrical cut, Shout Factory impresses the hell out of me with their blu-rays and DVDs. I should say this sequel is a nice extension of the original masterpiece and offers gore with scares.
Halloween III on blu-ray: the misunderstood child of the franchise! you see folks, Carpenter wanted to end Michael's story with part 2's climax and wanted him dead forever. He had a concept to turn the franchise into a big screen horror anthology of different Halloween themed horror movies like Creepshow, Tales from The Crypt or Twilight Zone every Halloween season with a fresh new story plus new villains and all that instead of the same old. However he didn't marketed the film's concept properly thus audiences were confused and it bombed at the box-office with the anthology dead as a door nail. I should say this sci-fi horror movie which is inspired by Lovecraft is a fresh story and a brave one that nearly rebooted the franchise into a big screen story series.
Grotesque (2009) on blu-ray rental: lives up to it's name and sort of like those Guinea Pig movies, The Untold Story and other Asian shockers but not as horrific as Men Behind The Sun which was one movie that made me vomit my brains out.
Island of Lost Souls on Criterion blu-ray: A great 30s horror/sci-fi classic and hands down the best adaptation of HG Welles's novel, Bela Lugisoa did a terrific performance in this movie as one of the mutants.