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Breaking Glass Pictures Bringing Strigoi, Asylum Seekers, and The Coffin to DVD

Breaking Glass Pictures under the Vicious Circle Films label is quickly making a name for themselves within the genre by releasing quality indie and foreign horror flicks. Think we're kiddin'? Check out the scoop on their next three titles for August! From the Press Release

Kane Hodder Makes a Killing at Exit 33 in August

Fans of Kane Hodder's special brand of slasher mayhem need listen up! The man's next film, Exit 33, is quickly coming upon its home video release date via Breaking Glass Pictures, and we have all the details you need right here!

Get out Your Bandages! There's a Bleading Lady on Her Way to Home Video

Another slasher flick from Ryan Nicholson is officially on its way to home video and we have all the details you need in order to decide if this is one chick you may want to pick up or not. From the Press Release

Official DVD Artwork - Half Moon

Horror and naked chicks go together like peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, Buz and Mexico, so it's no wonder that so many porn stars make the crossover into the horror genre. Next one up? Tori Black, and we've got the official cover art for her latest film, Half Moon. Lord knows we've seen a lot of her full moon!

Half Moon Trailer Rises

The trailer for indie horror flick Half Moon featuring the latest adult film star to cross over into the 'mainstream' by way of the horror genre, Tori Black, has just debuted, and we have it for you right here!

Neo-Noir Psycho Thriller Let Me Die Quietly Coming to DVD this January

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the January 4, 2011, DVD release of directors Mitchell Reichler and Brian Michael Finn’s Let Me Die Quietly. Starring Charles Casillo and Dana Perry, the film follows a broken-down alcoholic who's haunted by psychic visions of murder victims. Synopsis:

Fright Flick Scaring Up a Good Time on DVD in January

And the horror releases are already starting to mount up for 2011 and let's just hope there's more to go through than the late loaded year that was 2010.