Intervision to Release 'Canuxploitation' Film Things and The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer on July 12th
The good people at Intervision Picture Corporation have announced two unique DVD releases scheduled for July 12th, one a twisted little piece of filmmaking from our neighbors to the north and the other based on a famous serial killer.
First up is Things, the 1989 Canadian gorefest starring Amber Lynn and Barry J. Gillis. Things will be resurrected from its VHS roots and reborn on DVD dripping with over four hours of special features for you to sink your teeth into.
And speaking of sinking teeth, also being released on July 12th is The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer, an accurate retelling of the serial killer's gruesome true life tale. This 1993 film is directed by David R. Bowen and stars Carl Crew, who appeared in the 80's cult film Blood Diner.
From the Press Release
In 1989 it became the first Canadian shot-on-Super 8 gore shocker commercially released on VHS. Today it remains perhaps the most bizarre, depraved and mind-boggling chunk of ‘Canuxploitaion’ ever unleashed upon humanity. Adult film superstar Amber Lynn and co-writer/producer Barry J. Gillis star in this surreal saga about two friends who visit a remote cabin, only to discover a womb of monstrous horror that demands graphic dismemberment. It’s an inexplicable orgy of eye ripping, beer guzzling, boob baring, skull drilling, sandwich making, chain sawing, bad acting and post-sync dubbing from co-writer/producer/director Andrew Jordan that has spawned its own disturbing cult of fans. Some will be repulsed. Others may be transformed forever. But you have never seen anything like Things.
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The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer
The shocking assaults. The grisly murders. The horrific story you only thought you knew: Carl Crew (Blood Diner) stars as infamous sex offender, serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer, whose 14-year odyssey of evil continues to shock the world in The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer.
Take a graphic trip inside the mind of a madman, from his sick fantasies and inner torments to his gruesome experiments and depraved ‘souvenirs’. This is the still-controversial film directed by David R. Bowen – and produced two years before Dahmer was beaten to death in prison – whose release outraged the media, the victims’ families and the public, yet remains acclaimed as an uncompromising portrait of the monster behind the headlines.
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