Go Retro with The Turnpike Killer DVD / VHS Combo-Pak

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If you’re the kind of horror fan that gets all in a tizzy over the golden days of ’80s horror (and who amongst us isn’t?), then you’re going to love The Turnpike Killer upcoming package available June 22. It screams ’80s horror.

Released by Horror Film Productions, this package contains a DVD and unedited VHS tape of The Turnpike Killer film and also includes tons of special features, full-color poster and a two bonus films, Donuts and a Double Homicide: The Making of a Micro-Budget Horror Movie in New York City and the werewolf flick Devil’s Moon. You can check out the trailer for The Turnpike Killer below, and we’re sure you’ll agree this one speaks for itself.

For more visit the official The Turnpike Killer website, “like” The Turnpike Killer on Facebook, and follow The Turnpike Killer on Twitter (@TurnpikeKiller).

From the Press Release
Horror Film Productions, a new motion picture production company, unleashes a bone chilling collection of never seen before ’80s style horror/exploitation movies as its debut release. The Turnpike Killer, the long awaited slasher/occult feature film by Evan Makrogiannis and Brian Weaver, will be uncut on VHS and also include a limited edition DVD featuring uncensored cover art and the two bonus movies:

Donuts and a Double Homicide – The Making of a Micro-Budget Horror Movie in New York City – a full-length documentary about the making of The Turnpike Killer.

Devil Moon – a throwback to classic werewolf movies and other cult ’80’s favorites such as The Monster Squad and the original Fright Night.

All of this old school horror is packaged in a retro VHS big box! The VHS box cover poster features a Frank Frazetta inspired painting by distinguished NYPD homicide composite artist and ’80’s VHS graphic artist Robert Philios. Special bonus in this cult collector’s VHS big box is a VHS poster autographed by horror icon Ruby LaRocca.

About The Turnpike Killer
In the city that never sleeps, a killer prowls the streets at night. Over a span of 10 years the butchered remains of New York City women have been found dumped along the New Jersey Turnpike. The sadistic fiend behind these horrid murders has been coined The Turnpike Killer. His search for the “chosen one” has left a seemingly endless trail of bloodshed and brutality. NYPD Homicide Detective Lloyd is on the job, but still The Turnpike Killer evades capture. Keep off the streets at night, stay out of the tunnels and avoid the bridges. You cannot escape him when all roads lead to death.

Bill McLaughlin is terrifying as the brutal Jon Beest, the madman known as The Turnpike Killer. Joined by a stellar cast that includes Edgar Moye (The Super) as Detective Lloyd, Demetri Kallas (The Super) as Father, Lyndsey Brown as Jennifer and horror icons Ruby LaRocca (The Lost) and Manoush (Barricade). The Turnpike Killer is sure to appease the bloodlust of hardcore fans of 1980s horror/exploitation.

Go Retro with The Turnpike Killer DVD / VHS Combo-Pack

Go Retro with The Turnpike Killer DVD / VHS Combo-Pack

Go Retro with The Turnpike Killer DVD / VHS Combo-Pack

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  • James Coker

    I dont know why but the cover reminds me of Lucio Fulci’s The New York Ripper

  • The Unknown Murderer

    Frazetta inspired box art? That cover looks like garbage! And I thought for just a second that the movie had actually been made in the 80’s.



  • James Coker

    that screamed early 80’s

    • Genrewriter

      Definitely, maybe early Vestron or Trans World.