The Dark Dealer Is Ready to Play His Hand on DVD

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dark dealerss - The Dark Dealer Is Ready to Play His Hand on DVDWe’re suckers for anthology films around these parts, and another is getting ready to make its DVD premiere in May. Sit down, put on your poker face (not that Lady Gaga shit either), and get ready to play a few hands with The Dark Dealer.

From the Press Release
MVD Visual and Whacked Movies are proud to announce the release of The Dark Dealer, a feature length horror anthology, starring Richard Hull (She’s All That, American Psycho II), Rocky Patterson (The Nail Gun Massacre, Repligator), and Charles Carrol (Disturbia, I Am Number Four) and directed by Tom Alexander.

The Dark Dealer is a quirky supernatural thriller about three hell-bound characters gambling with their lives and souls in a game of blackjack with the devil. This indie horror film is in the vein of Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt. Like other classic horror anthologies of the past, The Dark Dealer blends supernatural horror, action, and sensuality into a sinister stew with an explosive climax.

The first story in this thriller, the creepy, satanic “Cellar Space,” won the Silver Scroll award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. In “Cellar Space” a vicious killer invades the cellar apartment of a seemingly defenseless old hermit, but the hoodlum soon finds out that something more than human lives there. John McCarty wrote in Fangoria magazine that The Dark Dealer is “an ambitious low-budget effort that boasts a solid line-up of computer generated and ‘floor’ FX.”

This is the second release from Whacked Movies. It follows the cult film distributor’s inaugural release of Bret McCormick’s erotic sci-fi romp Repligator.

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Written by Steve Barton

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