Where is the almost dark transmission? On the Criterion Channel!

Kathryn Bigelow’s Vampire Movie almost dark – the best vampire movie released in 1987 – has been famously hard to find on streaming over the years, but we’ve learned that it will soon be available to stream once again this Halloween season thanks to the Criterion Channel!

Beginning October 1stCriterion’s streaming service will have the “80s Horror Collection” up for grabs, a 30-film collection that includes almost dark among several other horror classics.

The collection includes films by Dario Argento, Kathryn Bigelow, John Carpenter, Larry Cohen, David Cronenberg, Tobe Hooper, Michael Mann, Ken Russell, Paul Schrader, and more.

The complete “80s Horror Collection” line includes…

  • Hell, Dario Argento, 1980
  • The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Miss Osbourne, Walerian Borowczyk, 1981
  • dead and buried, Gary Sherman, 1981
  • The Cemetery House, Lucius Fulci, 1981
  • The funhouse, Tobe Hopper, 1981
  • strange behavior, Michael Laughlin, 1981
  • wolf, Michael Wadleigh, 1981
  • scanners, David Cronenberg, 1981
  • road Games, Richard Franklin, 1981
  • the admirer, Ed Bianchi, 1981
  • Basket case, Frank Henenlotter, 1982
  • Closest relative, Tony Williams, 1982
  • cat people, Paul Schrader, 1982
  • Q: The winged serpent, Larry Cohen, 1982
  • the slumber party massacre, Amy Holden-Jones, 1982
  • the tower of homage, Michael Mann, 1983
  • Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, John McNaughton, 1986
  • The hidden, jack sholder, 1987
  • prince of darkness, John Carpenter, 1987
  • white of the eye, Donald Cammell, 1987
  • close to the dark, Kathryn Bigelow, 1987
  • missing, george sluizer, 1988
  • Brain damage, Frank Henenlotter, 1988
  • dream demon, Harley Cokeliss, 1988
  • The drop, Chuck Russel, 1988
  • lair Of The White Worm, Ken Russel, 1988
  • vampire Kiss, Robert Bierman, 1989
  • Society, Brian Yuzna, 1989
  • tetsuo: The Iron Man, Shinya Tsukamoto, 1989

Check out the trailer for Criterion’s Halloween Horror Collection below!

And sign up for the Criterion Channel here.

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