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This Friday, July 27th, Sister Mary Chopper is set to begin his (her? its?) reign of terror on VOD and we have all the details you need to figure out exactly to whom you should be praying for your life. Dig it!

From the Press Release
BLOODY BLOODY BIBLE CAMP starring Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan, and Ron Jeremy releases nationwide this Friday, July 27th, on Cable VOD in the USA and Canada, iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon Instant Video.

The film was directed by Vito Trabucco, produced by Chris Maltauro and Shelby McIntyre, and written by Shelby McIntyre and Vito Trabucco.

“The movie is a wild throwback to some of our favorite horror films of the 1980s,” said writer/producer Shelby McIntyre. “It’s got grizzly gory killings, gratuitous nudity, and a wonderful cast including Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan, and Ron Jeremy as Jesus!”

Bloody Bloody Bible Camp will be available July 27th via Cable ON DEMAND in the U.S. and Canada and on digital VOD via iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon. Following its VOD premiere, Bloody Bloody Bible Camp will be available on DVD throughout rental and retail locations across the U.S.

A Limited Edition Retro 80’s VHS will release this October exclusively through Cult Movie Mania.

Need it ASAP? Download it directly from iTunes here.

For more visit the official Bloody Bloody Bible Camp website, and “like” Bloody Bloody Bible Camp on Facebook.

Upcoming Screenings

  • Kansas City – Czar Bar – Slaughter Movie House – Aug. 6th
  • San Antonio – Horrific Film Fest – Sept. 1st
  • Atlanta Horror Film Festival – Sept. 28th-30th
  • Pittsburgh Horror Realm Convention – Sept. 21st-23rd
  • Miss Misery’s Days Of Terror Sacramento Horror Convention – Sept. 28th-29th
  • Flint Horror Con – Oct. 20th

    …more to come

    Synopsis:
    It’s 1984, and a group of young, horny, out of control Christians led by Father Cummings (Reggie Bannister) are spending a fun-filled weekend at the Happy Day Bible Camp. All ignore the warnings from the local folk of the grizzly murders that took place seven years prior by a sadistic crazy nun. Is Sister Mary Chopper (Tim Sullivan) dead, or is she just waiting for backsliding Christians to commit sins of the unholy, and will Jesus (Ron Jeremy) need to lend a hand to save the day?

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    Wanna See Something REALLY Scary? Gruesome Demonic Possession Video

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    “Wanna see something REALLY scary?”

    To horror fans who came of age in the 1980s, the line above instantly evokes memories of Dan Aykroyd and Albert Brooks in the opening scene from Twilight Zone: The Movie. Now, on a bi-monthly basis, I’ll be asking, “Wanna see something REALLY scary?” with the goal of shocking you with chilling footage plumbed from the darkest corners of YouTube.

    While The Blair Witch Project, released in 1999, didn’t invent the found footage subgenre of horror, it certainly popularized the concept, making it a common trope throughout the 2010s. The idea of finding misplaced film or video that reveals a terrifying truth is instantly compelling, and films like The Ring and Sinister have taken this concept outside of the found-footage arena, promoting the concept of cursed media.

    One of the main goals of the found-footage presentation is to blur the line between fiction and reality. From this perspective, it’s as though a filmmaker is acting as an objective third party, offering a “discovery” without validating its authenticity. And while there are indeed real-life examples of lost media revealing compelling or harrowing secrets (surveillance footage, lost cameras, etc.) has anything ever been unearthed that compares to the terror induced by movies like Blair Witch.

    Perhaps.

    The Paranormal Scholar is a YouTube channel dedicated to scientific, academic explorations of supposed real-life supernatural phenomenon. While the majority of their video essays end by debunking popular urban legends and modern creepypastas, they recently explored a potentially legitimate reel of found film—and it’s utterly horrifying.

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    According to The Paranormal Scholar, the footage below was discovered in the attic of a newly purchased home in Iowa around 1973. Unfortunately, no other significant details are known—which is convenient if it’s a hoax. The video looks almost too good to be real (meaning it’s genuinely disturbing) but the fact that it can’t be immediately debunked is instantly unnerving.

    The subject of this supposedly found footage is one many horror fans find intriguing: Demonic possession. Give it a spin and let us know what you think in the Comments section. Do you know anything about this mysterious footage? Do you think it’s real or a clever fake? Let the debate begin!

    Warning: Mature Content!

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    Class of 1999 Graduates to Blu-Ray in 2018

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    Coming to blu-ray in early 2018 will be Class of 1999, which was originally released in 1990 and designed to be an unofficial sci-fi sequel to 1982’s Class of 1984, which itself received a special edition blu-ray in 2015. Confused yet?

    In 1982, writer-director Mark L. Lester made Class of 1984, a slightly futuristic action thriller about teachers contending with teenage gangs in an inner-city high school. Lester would go on to grace us with Commando and Firestarter before returning to the premise in 1990 to give us the very futuristic Class of 1999. This time the action takes place near the turn of the millennium when gang violence overruns inner-city high schools to the point that the government steps in and replaces the teachers with reprogrammed military-grade battle androids. The super soldier cyborg faculty revert to their militaristic ways, naturally, and rack up quite a body count as they declare war on the student body leading to teenage gangs putting aside their difference to lead an anti-robot uprising in the halls of the school.

    The time is the future, and youth gang violence is so high that the areas around some schools have become “free fire zones” into which not even the police will venture. When Miles Langford (Malcolm McDowell), the principal of Kennedy High School, decides to take his school back from the gangs, robotics specialist Dr. Robert Forrest (Stacy Keach) provides “tactical education units.” These human-like androids have been programmed to teach and are supplied with weapons to handle discipline problems. These kids will get a lesson in staying alive!

    Boasting a screenplay by Full Moon stalwart C. Courtney Joyner and a cast including the likes of Stacy Keach, Pam Grier, Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Kilpatrick, and Traci Lind; Class of 1999 and its unique Stand and Deliver meets The Warriors meets The Terminator premise has garnered a loyal cult following over the years. We won’t mention the sequel. Forget I even brought it up. Sequel? What sequel?

    Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced Class of 1999 will be the next title getting a blu-ray release as part of their Vestron Collector’s Series in the first semester of 2018 with a fully loaded edition guaranteed to please fans and those that have yet to be educated on this enjoyable early Ninties b-movie extravaganza.

    Disc extras will include:

    Audio Commentary with Producer/Director Mark L. Lester
    Interviews with Director/Producer Mark L. Lester and Co-Producer Eugene Mazzola
    Interview with Screenwriter C. Courtney Joyner
    Interviews with Special Effects Creators Eric Allard and Rick Stratton
    Interview with Director of Photography Mark Irwin
    Trailer & TV Spot
    Still Gallery
    Video Promo
    Optional English, English SDH, and Spanish subtitles for the main feature

    Class of 1999 graduates to blu-ray on January 30th.

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    Eibon Press have announced that they’re starting Black Friday a day early and will be running their specials for almost a week, through November 28th. This year, they’re doing something a little different, a little more interesting. Rather than reduce prices on their inventory, they’re doing a deal where depending on how much you buy from their store, you’ll get a certain amount of free swag in addition to your order.

    The first tier sees anyone who makes a purchase getting two double-sided mini-posters featuring art from their upcoming Bottomfeeder and Maniac and The New York Ripper series. The second tier sees anyone who spends at least $30 getting a free copy of their VHS Comics titles Laserblast plus the mini-posters. The final tier is for those who spend $50 and more and that will net the mini-posters, the #1 issue of Laserblast, and a free copy of Lucio Fulci’s Gates of Hell #2.

    Lastly, five random people will receive an extra bonus gift, which they won’t reveal but promise that, “…you’ll love it!

    All order cans be placed via Eibon Press.

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