Sci-fi horror fans should be gearing up for what looks like a treat as SafeCracker Pictures unleash James Eaves’ low budget torture-porn/science fiction blender Bane onto UK DVD shelves this July 28th, alongside a smorgasbord of special features. Read on for the skinny.
Blending psychological horror with full-on gore, Bane finally comes to DVD after a successful festival season that saw it win Best Horror Feature at Shriekfest in Los Angeles.
Katherine awakes in an underground cell with three other women – all have complete amnesia. The women soon discover they are part of a gruesome experiment with no obvious purpose. That night one of the other girls witnesses the first visit to their cell by the terrifying figure of the blood-splattered Surgeon. One by one the Surgeon cuts a four-digit number into each woman’s skin – the exact time he will return to kill them. Is there any way to escape? What is the purpose of the experiment? And who or what is screaming every time the lights go out?
Special features on the release include an introduction and feature commentary by director Eaves, outtakes, deleted footage, a making-of documentary and the trailer.
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