Two more terror tales with some Asian flavor are coming home via Lionsgate just in time for Halloween, The Child’s Eye and The Sylvian Experiments, and we’ve got the early scoop on both for ya!
From the Press Release: Lionsgate presents the DVD, Digital Download and On Demand releases of The Child’s Eye and The Sylvian Experiments, both available on October 11th.
The Child’s Eye
The Pang Brothers, acclaimed directors of Bangkok Dangerous, the original The Eye, and The Messengers, return to the screen with the fourth installment of the original The Eye franchise as Lionsgate debuts The Child’s Eye on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand this October. In the film, a series of supernatural events unfold for a group of travelers stranded at an airport in Bangkok. The Child’s Eye DVD includes behind-the-scenes cast and crew interviews.
A group of friends find themselves stranded in Thailand after unexpected airport closures. The Chung Tai Hotel, an old rundown building, is the only place to reside. As they uncover the history beneath the walls, they’re slowly drawn into its horrific past. The more sinister, unusual things they discover, the more their minds and bodies are taken over by the hotel’s permanent residents, making it harder to get out alive.
Pricing: DVD – $26.98
The Sylvian Experiments
Fans of Japanese horror films will rejoice this fall as Lionsgate debuts a sick and strange new tale, The Sylvian Experiments, on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand. From the creators of The Ring and The Grudge, a neuroscientist begins experimenting on the human brain and her obsession turns deadly for her family.
After discovering a reel of 16mm film in the basement of a dilapidated hospital, a neuroscientist and her husband find themselves enthralled by the film’s bizarre content. The film documents underground experiments on the human brain trying to unlock the Sylvian Fissure – an invisible reality believed to be achieved between life and death. Obsessed with this surreal concept, the scientist attempts to continue the strange experiments on her own, utilizing her own daughters as test subjects.
Pricing: DVD – $19.98
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