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The Tattooist DVD (click for larger image)We've seen horror come in many forms over the years. The living dead, psychopathic killers, nature-run-amok, etc., but now Ghost House Underground is set to unleash a new type of terror on June 26th with its latest DVD feature, The Tattooist.

Starring Jason Behr, Mia Blake, and David Fane, The Tattooist tells the tale of a tattooist (duh!) who unwittingly unleashes a forcible deadly spirit through an ancient Samoan tattoo tool. Now marked for death, he will need to uncover the source of the evil in order to save his new love and recover his own soul.

Special Features include:
• Bonus digital copy of the film
• Audio commentary with director Peter Burger and Jason Behr
• Deleted scenes
• Featurette: The Tattooist: Behind the Scenes
• Featurette: Behind the Tattoo Designs
• Featurette: The Colors of The Tattooist
• Featurette: Real Life Samoan Tattoo
• Featurette: Becoming a Chief

You can pre-order The Tattooist here!

- Uncle Creepy

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Avid Fan's picture

Ohhh, that is bad art, your so right, his head is from a differnt image, look how weird it looks on his body, and his hand is all, well, it's too small, even if it's in a claw like position. Sheesh.


Submitted by Avid Fan on Fri, 05/02/2008 - 11:30am.
Spaceshark's picture

The only thing I liked about this movie was that it was another excuse for Jason Behr to lose his shirt.

Oh, and if you roll on your back while the tattoo thing is tattooing it, will you ruin the design?


Submitted by Spaceshark on Thu, 05/01/2008 - 8:41pm.
Hunter1006's picture

HORRIBLE DVD art!


Submitted by Hunter1006 on Thu, 05/01/2008 - 7:27pm.
Rob's picture

I've seen this. The highlight is when Jason Behr brings one of the tattoo victims to the hospital and the death that befalls said victim. Not going to say what exactly, but I thought it was a rather cool death.

Oh, and the spirit looks like the WWE's Boogeyman dipped in black ink. Great stuff.


Submitted by Rob on Thu, 05/01/2008 - 5:44pm.

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