DVD Releases - October 19th: It's a Rocky, Psycho Night of the Predators in Mirrors
Until The Light Takes Us tells the story of Norwegian black metal. Part music scene and part cultural uprising, black metal rose to worldwide notoriety in the mid-Nineties when a rash of suicides, murders, and church burnings accompanied the explosive artistic growth and output of a music scene that would forever redefine what heavy metal is and what it stands for to other musicians, artists and music fans world-wide.
When a merciless bear poacher is caught and arrested deep in the woods of a state park, he and his truck are taken to a neglected precinct in the heart of a dying city. Unbeknownst to the authorities, the impounded truck holds a deadly cargo in the form of the legendary Sasquatch! Now, stuck in an unfamiliar world, the creature will let nothing and no one stop it from coming face-to-face with the unscrupulous man who ruthlessly ripped it from its environment. Taking an inventive and action packed approach, Assault of the Sasquatch (review) breaths new and exciting life into the immortal legend of Bigfoot. The film stars Greg Nutcher, Sarah J. Ahearn, Cristina Santiago, Andrea Saenz, Shawn C. Phillips & M. Kelly Kevin Shea.
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The Marsupials: A strange race of human-like marsupials that have appeared suddenly in Australia are being studied by a sociologist played by Barry Otto who soon falls in love with Jerboa, a beautiful redhead (Imogen Annesley). The aptly named Jerboa has a secret; a cute, curious little pouch that following a night of passion gains the tiniest of new inhabitants. The Rebirth: When a group of strangers converge on an ominous Romanian castle, they begin to suspect one of them may be an ancestor to a legendary werewolf bloodline. The Freaks: When a drifter named Ian comes to the rural town of Canton Bluff, he finds work fixing up the local church. But when the owner of a traveling carnival finds out Ian's terrible secret, he blackmails him into becoming part of his sideshow.
On a remote tropical island, an archeological team unearths a prehistoric secret so dangerous that none of them will live to reveal it. Then, when a group of friends is shipwrecked on the island, they discover the terrifying truth about what the scientists found – it’s very much alive, freakishly strong and has a taste…for humans. Golden Globe nominee Lance Henriksen (Terminator, Aliens) stars with Emily Foxler (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past), Nick Mennell (Friday the 13th, Halloween) and Brianna Brown (Knocked Up) in this pulse-pounding horror-thriller from the director of Marine 2.
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When the U.S. government unleashes a highly toxic bio-weapon on the residents of a small Maryland city, all Hell breaks loose as six strangers find themselves seeking refuge inside a local movie theatre from the bloodthirsty, infected citizens roaming the streets.
Writer-director Gary Ugarek follows up his 2007 indie sleeper hit DEADLANDS: THE RISING with this non-stop action thrill ride starring Jim Krut (Dawn of the Dead) and Josh Davidson (Perkins 14, Ghosts Don't Exist).
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A group of people are invited to a class reunion at their old high school. Upon arriving, they find only a few of them show up, despite the grand decorations that have gone into the event. Soon, one of them dies and the rest realize that they have been locked in the school. What they don't know is that one of their classmates grew up to be a deranged preacher with a viciously sick sense of Biblical justice. With each passing victim, their killer grows more and more bizarre... donning a number of homemade masks and utilizing fake voices to lure and frighten his prey. Class reunions are often dreaded, but will anyone make it out of this one alive? The film stars Damien Knight, Jeannetta Arnette, Nick Carter, Nikki Barthen, and Michael Hollingsworth.
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HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM: London is fear struck, and Scotland Yard is baffled by a series of strange murders that have plagued the city. Stories of the atrocities, by crime journalists Edmond Bancroft (Michael Gough), come to their own conclusions missed by the Yard. Along with his assistant, Rick (Graham Curnow) who helps him run a private Black Museum filled with murder and torture devices. THE HEADLESS GHOST: Three foreign exchange students, Americans Ronnie, Bill and Danish Ingrid, go on a daytrip to the supposedly haunted Ambrose Castle. The students decide to spend the night in the castle to find out if it really is haunted and meet the ghost of the Fourth Earl of Ambrose and various other spooks.
Cameron Mitchell, star of Mario Bava s seminal giallo/slasher BLOOD AND BLACK LACE (1964) and THE TOOLBOX MURDERS (1978), plays Colonel Bill Carson a private investigator with psychic powers who is hired by a couple whose daughter was carried off into the night by an inexplicable outline of unknown terror. The Mother (Moira Winslow), who herself left to die, pleads with Mitchell after the police have turned up nothing. Can the psychic investigator find the daughter and stop the demon from adding to his killing spree?
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Tony Washington foils a robbery at a local grocery store only to be run over and killed by a group of savage suburban teens. But the horror has only just begun, for in the darkest recesses of Tony's backyard, a voodoo ceremony takes place which resurrects Tony into a superhuman zombie avenger. One by one, Tony's ruthless killers are graphically and brutally murdered as the undead Tony takes his gory revenge! The stage is set for a bone-chilling climax as the authorities finally come face to face with the dead rising from the grave. The film stars Adam West, Tia Carrere, Jon Mikl Thor, and John Fasano.
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Zombies. You know 'em, you love 'em. But what do they think of you? In this hilarious twist on the Classic Zombie Tale, we see the world through Zombie eyes when a barrel full of Toxic Goo transforms four friends in to the Walking Dead, and suddenly, it seems every one else has gone mad. In the most unique Zombie story in years, the Zombies embark on a bumbling quest to find the "Truth", completely unaware of their rotting undeadness. After all, Zombies are people too. The film stars Matthew Davis, Betsy Buetler, Tracey Walter, Richard Riehle, and Julianna Robinson.
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