Killer Rack is a film we’ve been following for a while now, and thanks to Camp Motion Pictures, it’ll finally be heading to DVD on December 13th, with a digital release a few weeks earlier.
In addition, two of Killer Rack director Gregory Lamberson’s other projects, Slime City and its sequel, Slime City Massacre, are being released by CMP the same day as a double-feature Blu-ray. Get all the details below!
Killer Rack Release Info:
Directed by Gregory Lamberson (Slime City), the screwball horror-comedy Killer Rack (review), about a murderous set of monstrous mammaries (voiced by Brooke Lewis), has been a festival and fan favorite, garnering multiple awards including Best Feature (ScareCon), Best Monster (Friday Night Theatre Film Festival), and Outstanding Horror Comedy (Zed Fest). It arrives on digital platforms November 8, 2016, and DVD on December 13th.
Written by Paul McGinnis, Killer Rack stars Jessica Zwolak, Debbie Rochon, Lloyd Kaufman, Brooke Lewis, and many Buffalo-Niagara, NY, actors including McGinnis, Robert Bozek, and Sam Qualiana.
In a world that prizes breast size over accomplishments, Betty Downer (Zwolak) just can’t get a break. Scorned by her co-workers, ridiculed by her boyfriend, and overlooked by her boss, Betty impulsively books breast enhancement surgery with the Elder Gods-worshiping Dr. Kate Thulu (Rochon)… and then all hell breaks loose!
DVD extras include the trailer, behind-the-scenes, deleted scenes, and short films Kill the Bitch! and The Camper.
Slime City/Slime City Massacre Release Info:
Camp Motion Pictures will release Gregory Lamberson’s 1989 splatter sensation Slime City and 2010 sequel Slime City Massacre in a limited edition collector’s Blu-ray double feature this winter, following a series of theatrical screenings and fan expo appearances. Loaded with extras, the December 13th release will feature new original artwork designed by Arick Szymecki and Chris Cosgrave. The new art will also be featured on the December 6th HD digital release of Slime City Massacre.
Written and directed in 1998 by the then 21-year-old Lamberson, the independent horror film Slime City has become an international cult sensation, praised by fans and critics alike. Known for its over-the-top splatter effects and stop-motion animation, Slime City tells the story of a young couple who move to NYC, only to fall prey to the supernatural forces that haunt their building. Featuring a hypnotic synth score and a vibrant Day-Glo color palette, Slime City is “gruesome, gory, and fun” and a must-see for fans of splatter and NYC horror. Slime City stars Robert C. Sabin, Mary Huner, and T.J. Merrick.
In the bombed-out city of the sequel, Slime City Massacre (review), four fugitives stumble across the remains of a cult, accidentally consuming an elixir that transforms them into hideous, oozing slime creatures. When real estate tycoon Ronald Crump hires mercenaries to wipe out the homeless population, an all-out war breaks out between the slime heads, cannibal mutants, and hired killers – a bloody, merciless battle that will determine for once and for all who will control Slime City. Slime City Massacre stars Debbie Rochon, Roy Frumkes, Robert C. Sabin, Brooke Lewis, Mary Bogle, Jennifer Bihl, Kealan Patrick Burke, and Lee Perkins.
Blu-ray extras include Making Slime, Slime Heads, Slime City original trailer, Slime City Grindhouse Collection trailer, Slime City 2006 trailer, new Slime City director commentary, two additional director commentaries, Slime City Massacre trailer, Slime City Massacre behind-the-scenes, interview with Slime City Massacre composer Mars, Slime City Survivor, and Slime City Massacre deleted scenes.