‘Must-Watch’ First Season of ‘Eli Roth’s History of Horror’ Coming to Blu Ray Four Days Before Second Season Premiere

Every scream tells a story, says horror director and documentarian Eli Roth

Horror fanatics who appreciate the work and story-telling of icons like Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, and Rob Zombie will appreciate the historical context Eli Roth brings to ‘History of Horror,’ which comes to blu ray for the first time October 6, 2020. Eli Roth’s History of Horror offers an in-depth retrospective of the history and pop cultural significance of horror films in this must-watch television mini series.

Pre-order the blu ray set of ‘Eli Roth’s History of Horror, Season 1’ on Amazon here. The 3-disc set retails for $29.99 and features over 7 hours of content. Season two of the series premieres 4 days later on October 10, 2020 on AMC.

Barry Falls Jr
Barry was the managing editor of his university newspaper before contributing as a freelance content creator for Yahoo News and Esquire. He founded Horror Theory in 2014 to analyze horror films through a sociological lens.

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