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“Retribution” Review – 0:13
“Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge” Review – 8:23
“Sailor Suit and Machine Gun” Review– 16:55
“Deep Red” 4K Review– 22:31
“The Designated Victim” Review – 30:29
“The Whip and the Body” Review – 36:17
“Lisa and the Devil” Review – 39:22
“Baron Blood” Review – 43:25
“The Last Matinee” Review – 45:52
Patreon Pick “12 Angry Men” Review – 52:08
1994 Pervert Card “Rapeman 4” Review –1:01:51
1994 “New Nightmare” – 1:09:42
1994 “Silence of the Hams” Review – 1:14:36
1994 “The Paperboy” Review – 1:21:23
1994 “The Throne of Hell” Review – 1:26:03
1994 “Shatter Dead” Review – 1:29:02
You Ain’t Seen?! “Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland” Review with Jeremy – 1:39:43
Questions/Answers/Question of the Week, “A horror film made before 2000 you never heard of until it was released on Blu-Ray?” – 1:57:34
Patreon Drawing – 2:20:46
22 Shots of Moodz and Horror – https://www.22shotsofmoodzandhorror.com/
"Retribution" Blu-Ray Review (Severin Films)
It's time for fear. It's time for terror. It's time for retribution. The time is now!
THREE-DISC COLLECTION INCLUDES U.S. THEATRICAL CUT EXTENDED DUTCH VIDEO VERSION REMASTERED SOUNDTRACK CD For his 1987 feature film debut, co-writer/director Guy Magar delivered what Bleeding Skull hails as "relentless, squishy joy that makes us angry we've lived this long without having seen it": On the seedy side of Hollywood, an emotionally fragile painter miraculously survives a horrific suicide attempt. But when a series of grisly murders rocks the city, he discovers he may be possessed by the vengeful spirit of a murdered local hoodlum. Dennis Lipscomb (EYES OF FIRE), Leslie Wing (THE FRIGHTENERS), Suzanne Snyder (WEIRD SCIENCE) and Hoyt Axton (GREMLINS) star in this "great lost gem with jaw-droppingly inventive splatter" (Blood Capsules) featuring a terrific score by Alan Howarth (THEY LIVE, PRINCE OF DARKNESS), now scanned in 2K from recently discovered pre-print elements with 2+ hours of all-new Special Features.
Audio Commentary with Co-Writer/Director Guy Magar
Writing Wrongs - Interview with Co-Writer Lee Wasserman
Shock Therapy - Interview with Actress Leslie Wing
Angel's Heart - Interview with Actress Suzanne Snyder
Santa Maria, Mother Of God, Help Me! - Interview with Actor Mike Muscat
Settling The Score - Interview with Soundtrack Composer Alan Howarth
Visions Of Vengeance - Interview with Special Effects Artist John Eggett
The Art Of Getting Even - Interview with Artist Barry Fahr
Living In Oblivion - Interview with Production Designer Robb Wilson King
BINGO – Student Short by Guy Magar with Optional Director Commentary
Stills & Poster Gallery
Severin Films – https://severin-films.com/
“Retribution” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/retribution-blu-ray
"Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge" Blu-Ray Review (Arrow Video)
There was a Nightmare at the Mall. Eric the Phantom Struck.
With numerous interpretations of Gaston Leroux's classic novel The Phantom of the Opera having been turned out over the years, it was only a matter of time before the slasher genre decided to take a stab at the tale - step forward 1989's Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge! High school sweethearts Eric Matthews and Melody Austin are so in love, but their youthful romance is cut tragically short when Eric apparently dies in a fire that engulfs his family home. One year later and Melody is trying to move on with her life, taking up a job at the newly built Midwood Mall along with her friends. But the mall, which stands on the very site of Eric's former home, has an uninvited guest - a shadowy, scarred figure which haunts its airducts and subterranean passageways, hellbent on exacting vengeance on the mall's crooked developers. Directed by Richard Friedman (Scared Stiff, Doom Asylum), and featuring star turns from Pauly Shore and Morgan Fairchild, Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge swoops onto Blu-ray™ in an extras-packed edition which proves that Arrow Video's love for '80s slasher fare never dies!
LIMITED EDITION 2-DISC BLU-RAY CONTENTS
Three versions of the feature: Original Theatrical Cut, TV Cut and bonus Integral Fan Cut!
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
Original uncompressed mono audio on all cuts
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing on all cuts
60-page fully-illustrated perfect-bound book featuring new writing by Daniel Budnik and Amanda Reyes
Large fold-out double-sided poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Justin Osbourn
Six postcard-sized lobby card reproductions
Limited edition packaging with reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Justin Osbourn
DISC ONE – THE THEATRICAL CUT (BLU-RAY)
Brand new 2K restoration of the Original Theatrical Cut from original film elements (90 mins)
Brand new audio commentary with director Richard Friedman, moderated by filmmaker Michael Felsher
Brand new audio commentary with disc producer Ewan Cant and film historian/author Amanda Reyes
Shop Til’ You Drop!: The Making of Phantom of the Mall – brand new making-of documentary
The Vandals Go to the Mall - an interview with Joe Escalante of The Vandals on the creation of the Phantom of the Mall theme song
Alternate and Deleted Scenes from the TV Cut
Domestic and International Trailers
Scott J. Schneid and Tony Michelman's original script and associated special effects storyboards by Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr. [BD-ROM Content]
DISC TWO – THE TV & INTEGRAL FAN CUTS (BLU-RAY)
Brand new 2K restoration of the TV Cut with Standard Definition inserts for the footage unique to this version (89 mins)
Integral Fan Cut combining footage from both the Original Theatrical and TV Cuts for the ultimate Phantom of the Mall experience! (96 mins)
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/phantom-of-the-mall-erics-revenge-limited-edition-blu-ray
"Sailor Suit and Machine Gun" Blu-Ray Review (Arrow Video)
A one-of-a-kind genre-bender that riffs on the yakuza film, coming-of-age drama and 'idol movie'!
A perky high-schooler takes on the mob in Sailor Suit and Machine Gun, a one-of-a-kind genre-bender that riffs on the yakuza film, coming-of-age drama and 'idol movie', inventively adapted from Jiro Akagawa's popular novel by director Shinji Somai (Typhoon Club, Wait and See), a massively influential figure in Japanese cinema whose work has been little seen outside his homeland. Hoshi Izumi is a young innocent forced to grow up quickly when her father dies and she finds herself next in line as the boss of a moribund yakuza clan. Wrenched from the security of her classroom and thrust into the heart of the criminal underworld, she must come to terms with the fact that her actions hold the key to the life or death of the men under her command as they come under fire from rival gangs. Presented in both its Original Theatrical and longer Complete versions, and the first time one of Somai's films has been released on home video in the West, this landmark work from his early career was responsible for launching teen talent Hiroko Yakushimaru (Legend of the Eight Samurai; Detective Story) as the iconic face of a generation, with the catchy theme song she performs indelibly etched into the zeitgeist of early-1980s Japan.
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations of the Original Theatrical Version and the 1982 Complete Version (kanpeki-ban) re-issue of the film, restored by Kadokawa Pictures from a 4K scan of the original negative
Original uncompressed Japanese mono and 5.1 audio
Optional English subtitles
Girls, Guns and Gangsters: Shinji Somai & Sailor Suit & Machine Gun, an exclusive new 50-minute documentary
Original Trailers and TV spots for both versions
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Michael Lomon
*FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Aaron Gerow and Alex Zahlten, and a discussion between the film's star Hiroko Yakushimaru and acclaimed director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, who was an assistant on the film
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“Sailor Suit and Machine Gun” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/sailor-suit-and-machine-gun-blu-ray
"Deep Red" 4K Review (Arrow Video)
You will never forget it!
From Dario Argento, maestro of the macabre and the man behind some of the greatest excursions in Italian horror (Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage), comes Deep Red - the ultimate giallo movie. One night, musician Marcus Daly (David Hemmings, Blow Up), looking up from the street below, witnesses the brutal axe murder of a woman in her apartment. Racing to the scene, Marcus just manages to miss the perpetrator... or does he? As he takes on the role of amateur sleuth, Marcus finds himself ensnared in a bizarre web of murder and mystery where nothing is what it seems... Aided by a throbbing score from regular Argento collaborators Goblin, Deep Red (aka Profondo Rosso and The Hatchet Murders) is a hallucinatory fever dream of a giallo punctuated by some of the most astonishing set-pieces the sub-genre has to offer.
4K ULTRA HD BLU-RAY LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS
New 4K restoration of both the original 127-minute Italian version and the 105-minute export version from the original negative by Arrow Films
4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentations of both versions in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible)
Limited edition packaging with reversible sleeve featuring originally and newly commissioned artwork by Obviously Creative
Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring writing on the film by Alan Jones and Mikel J. Koven, and a new essay by Rachael Nisbet
Fold-out double-sided poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Obviously Creative
Six double-sided, postcard-sized lobby card reproduction artcards
DISC 1 (4K ULTRA-HD BLU-RAY) – DEEP RED: ORIGINAL VERSION
Restored original lossless mono Italian and English soundtracks*
Optional lossless 5.1 Italian soundtrack
English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack
New audio commentary by critics Troy Howarth and Nathaniel Thompson
Archival audio commentary by Argento expert Thomas Rostock
Almost three hours of new interviews with members of the cast and crew
Arrow Video 2018 trailer
DISC 2 (4K ULTRA-HD BLU-RAY) – DEEP RED: EXPORT VERSION
Restored original lossless mono English soundtrack
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Archival introduction to the film by Claudio Simonetti of Goblin
Profondo Giallo – an archival visual essay by Michael Mackenzie featuring an in-depth appreciation of Deep Red, its themes and its legacy
Archival interviews with Dario Argento, Daria Nicolodi, Claudio Simonetti and long-time Argento collaborator Luigi Cozzi
US theatrical trailer
*The English audio track on this original cut has some portions of English audio missing. English audio for these sections was never recorded for these scenes. As such, they are presented with Italian audio, subtitled in English.
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“Deep Red” 4K – https://mvdshop.com/products/deep-red-uhd-limited-edition-4k-ultra-hd
"The Designated Victim" Blu-Ray Review (Mondo Macabro)
THE DESIGNATED VICTIM - The first U.S. release of this dream-like thriller set in the ancient city of Venice.
A disillusioned advertising executive is lured by a decadent Count into a bizarre plot to kill each other's unsavoury relatives. Stefano, a partner in a company that makes high-end commercials, wants to sell his share of the business and move to South America with his girlfriend, Fabienne. However his wife, in whose name the shares are registered, won't agree to the sale. Stefano goes to Venice with Fabienne for the weekend to escape his worries. There he meets the mysterious Count Tiepelo. Hearing of Stefano's business problems the Count tells him about his own brother who is making his life miserable. The Count then makes a startling suggestion - that he will kill Stefano's wife if Stefano kills the Count's brother. More amused than shocked, Stefano laughs off the idea.
Then one day Stefano receives a phone call from the police; his wife had been found strangled and he is the prime suspect. From that moment on Stefano's life becomes a living nightmare as he discovers the true extent of the web the Count has woven around him. Finally, for Stefano, there is only one way out.
With astonishing performances from Tomas Milian and Pierre Clementi, and settings that include a mist-wreathed Venice, a magnificent Lake Como villa and the glitzy world of advertising, THE DESIGNATED VICTIM is a gripping, dream-like thriller that takes us on a trip to hell as Stefano is driven to the very edge of insanity.
Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1.
DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo .
Region code: All.
Brand new 4k transfer from film negative.
Interview with writer and assistant director Aldo Lado.
Interview with Balthazar Clementi.
Audio commentary by Fragments of Fear (Peter Jilmstad and Rachael Nisbet).
Exclusive extended version.
Mondo Macabro previews. The Venetian setting makes for an unusual and effective backdrop all the way to the memorable, tense climax. Mondo Digital Mondo Macabro has done a great job bringing this underappreciated gem to Blu-ray with a beautiful presentation for the feature and a strong selection of extra features as well. Highly recommended. Ian Jane, Rock! Shock! Pop! The core story always remains gripping, and Clémenti in particular lights up the screen. DC Merryweather, Letterboxd
Mondo Macabro – https://mondomacabro.bigcartel.com/
“The Designated Victim” Blu-Ray – https://www.amazon.com/Designated-Victim-Blu-ray-Tomas-Milian/dp/B09FB3KV99/
"The Whip and the Body" Blu-Ray Review (Kino Lorber)
Steeped in sadomasochism and lushly photographed in the vivid hues for which the director is known, Mario Bava's THE WHIP AND THE BODY is a Gothic thriller that far surpasses the API Edgar Allan Poe films that it was intended to emulate.
Christopher Lee (Dracula: Prince of Darkness) stars as Kurt Menliff, the sadistic son of a wealthy Count, who returns to the family castle, much to the dismay of his family, their servants, and the beautiful woman with whom he shares a fondness for the lash (Daliah Lavi). When Kurt is found murdered, it brings no peace to those who had feared him, as his vengeful spirit cannot be contained by the grave, and he returns to torment those unfortunate enough to remain within Menliff Manor.
Kino Lorber – https://www.kinolorber.com/
“The Whip and the Body” Blu-Ray – https://www.kinolorber.com/product/the-whip-and-the-body-blu-ray
"Lisa and the Devil" Blu-Ray Review (Kino Lorber)
Regarded as Mario Bava's most personal and unconventional film, LISA AND THE DEVIL (Lisa e il diavolo) is a diabolical thriller flavored with the dreadful imagery and tormenting logic of an endless nightmare. Elke Sommer stars as a tourist in Spain who, upon seeing the image of a bald, grinning devil in an ancient fresco, wanders away from her group and finds herself drawn into a confounding labyrinth of mystery — lured ever deeper by a mysterious figure (Telly Savalas) who may in fact be the fresco's Satan made flesh.
After some distributors found LISA AND THE DEVIL too mystifying for release, producer Alfredo Leone (with Bava's uncredited assistance) hired veteran actor Robert Alda, shot additional scenes, and transformed LISA into THE HOUSE OF EXORCISM, capitalizing on the popularity of demon possession films. While sharing much of the same material, the films have come to be looked upon as two distinct entities, beautifully illuminating the stylistic diversity of the Bava/Leone partnership.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Two complete films, mastered in HD from the 35mm negatives
Audio commentary on LISA AND THE DEVIL by Tim Lucas, author of Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark
Audio commentary on THE HOUSE OF EXORCISM by producer Alfredo Leone and actress Elke Sommer
"Bava on Bava: An Interview with Lamberto Bava" (by Daniel Gouyette)
Original theatrical trailers
Original trailers of other Bava films
House of Exorcism radio spot
Kino Lorber – https://www.kinolorber.com/
“Lisa and the Devil” Blu-Ray – https://www.kinolorber.com/product/lisa-and-the-devil-amp-the-house-of-exorcism-dvd
"Baron Blood" Blu-Ray Review (Kino Lorber)
After spending several years exploring more contemporary genres, director Mario Bava (BLACK SUNDAY) returned with BARON BLOOD to the gothic as a setting for a gruesome thriller. Working with producer Alfredo Leone, Bava crafted a film that is loyal to the bylaws of traditional horror, but is infused with a more modern visual style.
An American professor (Antonio Cantafora) travels to the estate of his ancestor, the sadistic Baron Otto von Kleist, seeking the truth beneath his notorious reputation. When he and his assistant Eva (Elke Sommer) read aloud an ancient incantation, the Baron's spirit is resurrected, leading to a series of violent deaths within the haunted castle.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
• Mastered in HD from the 35mm negative
• Audio commentary by Tim Lucas, author of Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark
• Alternate title sequences
• Original theatrical trailers
• Radio spots
• Original trailers of other Bava films
Kino Lorber – https://www.kinolorber.com/
“Baron Blood” Blu-Ray – https://www.kinolorber.com/product/baron-blood-blu-ray
"The Last Matinee" Blu-Ray Review (Dark Star)
Dark Star Pictures is a new-age North American distribution company, focused on bringing unique and targeted content to audiences across the country and is committed to releasing auteur-driven, original cinema in the theatrical, digital and home video space. In partnership with OCN Distribution, new Dark Star titles - along with celebrated features in their back catalog - will receive features packed blu-ray editions that will maintain the OCN standard of quality and Dark Star's deft curation.
It rains heavily in Montevideo on a Sunday in 1993. A particularly suspicious man enters the last screening of a horror film at a downtown cinema. The room, which is not very crowded due to the storm outside, slowly starts to get stained with blood.
Ana, the projectionist’s daughter, who has taken her father’s place just for the night, is in charge of the show. In the darkness of the cinema, the spectators fall one by one into the hands of the killer. From the projection room, Ana begins to notice that something strange is happening. A teenager and a boy who slipped into the room meet Ana as they try to escape. Together they must face this sadistic and ruthless killer, to save their lives and avoid a massacre in the matinee.
directed by: Maximiliano Contenti
starring: Ricardo Islas, Luciana Grasso, Franco Duran, Julieta Spinelli
2020 / 88 min + extras / 2.35:1 / Spanish 5.1 Surround with English subtitles
• Region A Blu-ray
• FRANKENSTEIN: DAY OF THE BEAST Feature Film (91 min)
• MUNECO VIVIENTE V Feature Film (93 min)
• Behind The Scenes (11 min)
• VFX Backstage with VFX Director Chistian Gruaz (3 min)
• Urban Legend: The Matinee Massacre, Presented by Guillermo Lockhart (3 Parts, total time 14 min)
• Short: Hobby Metal (10 min)
• "Hobby Metal" Shortfilm behind the scenes (9 min)
• Short: Movie Day Urguay(1 min)
• Short: Fruit Stairs (1 min)
• Short: Thank You For Your Visit (1 min)
• Short: Popping Eyes (3 min)
• Short: The Cookie (4 min)
• Short: Maxi Contenti's FEAR (19 min)
• Espada Music Video by Phoro (original theme made for The Last Matinee)
• Storyboard Kills - A Gallery, Storyboard Artist: Pablo Praino
• Reversible cover artwork
• English subtitles
“The Last Matinee” Blu-Ray – https://vinegarsyndrome.com/products/the-last-matinee-dark-star
Patreon Pick "12 Angry Men" Streaming Review (Amazon Rental)
A Puerto Rican youth is on trial for murder, accused of knifing his father to death. The twelve jurors retire to the jury room, having been admonished that the defendant is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Eleven of the jurors vote for conviction, each for reasons of his own. The sole holdout is Juror #8, played by Henry Fonda. As Fonda persuades the weary jurors to re-examine the evidence, we learn the backstory of each man. Juror #3 (Lee J. Cobb), a bullying self-made man, has estranged himself from his own son. Juror #7 (Jack Warden) has an ingrained mistrust of foreigners; so, to a lesser extent, does Juror #6 (Edward Binns). Jurors #10 (Ed Begley) and #11 (George Voskovec), so certain of the infallibility of the Law, assume that if the boy was arrested, he must be guilty. Juror #4 (E.G. Marshall) is an advocate of dispassionate deductive reasoning. Juror #5 (Jack Klugman), like the defendant a product of "the streets," hopes that his guilty vote will distance himself from his past. Juror #12 (Robert Webber), an advertising man, doesn't understand anything that he can't package and market. And Jurors #1 (Martin Balsam), #2 (John Fiedler) and #9 (Joseph Sweeney), anxious not to make waves, "go with the flow." The excruciatingly hot day drags into an even hotter night; still, Fonda chips away at the guilty verdict, insisting that his fellow jurors bear in mind those words "reasonable doubt." A pet project of Henry Fonda's, Twelve Angry Men was his only foray into film production; the actor's partner in this venture was Reginald Rose, who wrote the 1954 television play on which the film was based. Carried over from the TV version was director Sidney Lumet, here making his feature-film debut. A flop when it first came out (surprisingly, since it cost almost nothing to make), Twelve Angry Men holds up beautifully when seen today. It was remade for television in 1997 by director William Friedkin with Jack Lemmon and George C. Scott.
New high-definition digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack; Frank Schaffner's 1955 television version, with an introduction by Ron Simon, surator at the Paley Center for Media; Production history of 12 Angry Men, from teleplay to big-screen classic; Archival interviews with director Sidney Lumet; New interview with screenwriter Walter Bernstein about Lumet; New interview with Simon about writer Reginald Rose; Tragedy in a Temporary Town (1956), a teleplay directed by Lumet and written by Rose; New interview with cinematographer John Bailey about director of photography Boris Kaufman; Original theatrical trailer
“12 Angry Men” Blu-Ray – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd-12-angry-men-henry-fonda/3623177
1994 Pervert Card "Rapeman 4" Review
This episode starts with a request for a pop-star to be raped into humility by her personal-assistant, who the star had treated like crap. The pop-star get’s hers when Rapeman shows her that she ain’t always the boss. From there the story shifts gears when a Senator’s secretary seeks out Rapeman’s services to rape his fiancé who has been brainwashed by a local cult. According to the by-laws of the cult - if the woman has sex with a non-member, then she will be disassociated from the cult, thus bringing the wife back to her husband. This back-fires when the cult does not ex-communicate her - so Keisuke and Uncle infiltrate the cult to get to the bottom of their shady dealings. The resulting investigation embroils the duo in a conspiracy between the cult and a sleazy politician that can only be “righted through penetration".
“Rapeman 4” Imdb – https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0237637/
1994 "New Nightmare" Blu-Ray Review
THIS TIME THE TERROR DOESN’T STOP AT THE SCREEN.
In this meta horror film, a demonic entity uses the fictional character of Freddy Krueger to enter the real world and torment “Elm Street” heroine Heather Langenkamp and her family.
“A Nightmare on Elm Street Collection” Blu-Ray –
1994 "Silence of the Hams" Review
SLARK, RAVING COMEDY.
The federal agent Joe Dee Foster is currently investigating a serial killer, helped by doctor Animal who is isolated in a maximum security jail
“Silence of the Hams” VHS –
1994 "The Paperboy" Review
MYSTERIOUS MULTIPLE DEATHS PLAGUE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD
A homicidal twelve-year-old paperboy becomes obsessed with a woman and her daughter next-door, and he’ll do anything to make his fantasy of the “perfect family” come alive.
“The Paperboy” Amazon Rental – https://www.amazon.com/Paper-Boy-Alexandra-Paul/dp/B0017L0GSM/
1994 "The Throne of Hell" Review
A group of archeologists excavating Aztec ruins in Mexico City uncover a bizarre statue, which unleashes satanic powers and possesses the chief archaeologist. The demonized man goes on a rampage of bloody murders while being pursued by one of his female colleagues and a police officer. Horribly burned in an explosion, he still continues his ungodly crimes, including crucifying a woman upside down. A bishop sends for a mystic called “The Angel”, a character who dresses in medieval clothing and is armed with a demon-destroying sword. The possessed archeologist transforms into a club-wielding monster and challenges The Angel in a duel to the death.
“The Throne of Hell” Imdb – https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0261367/
1994 "Shatter Dead" Blu-Ray Review (Saturn's Core)
Saturn's Core Audio & Video is a New Jersey based home video label devoted to releasing underground oddities and shot on video cinema on VHS, and now, blu-ray discs! In partnership with OCN Distribution, Saturn's Core will exhume forgotten or under-seen genre cinema from the 80s and 90s, with an emphasis on SOV horror features. Vinegar Syndrome’s sister company, OCN Distribution, is thrilled to be representing this diverse and unique home video line!
When the Angel of Death impregnates a mortal woman, the dead cease to die and the world becomes inexplicably populated by morose and disenfranchised zombies whose primary desire is to co-exist with the living during their never ending plight on Earth. Determined to traverse through this dystopian landscape and return home to her boyfriend, the gun-toting Susan runs afoul of a car-jacking, undead religious cult led by a mysterious zealot known only as The Preacher Man. With suicide now a pathway to eternal youth, Susan must grapple with her own mortality after discovering that her lover has gone through an ominous transformation of his own in her absence.
directed by: Scooter McCrae
featuring: Stark Raven, Robert Wells, Marina Del Ray, Flora Fauna, Daniel "Smalls" Johnson, John Weiner
1994 / 76 min / 1.33:1 / English Stereo
• Region Free Blu-ray
• Brand new restoration of the Director's Cut from the original Betacam SP master tapes supervised by Scooter McCrae.
• Audio commentary with director Scooter McCrae
• Audio commentary with director Scooter McCrae and cinematographer Matthew Howe
• Audio commentary with director Scooter McCrae and cast members Stark Raven, Marina Del Ray, Daniel "Smalls" Johnson, and Robert Wells
• "God Still Hates You" -an interview with director Scooter McCrae and cinematographer Matt Howe
• "No Scars To Hide" -locations then-and-now featurette hosted by Michael Gingold
• "The Loner" -an early short film by Scooter McCrae (with optional audio commentary)
• Vintage Scooter McCrae cable TV interview
• Archival behind the scenes footage / blooper reel
• Vintage tour of the "Shatter Dead" house
• English SDH subtitles
“Shatter Dead” Blu-Ray – https://vinegarsyndrome.com/products/shatter-dead-saturns-core
You Ain't Seen!? "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland"
TAKE OFF ON A WONDERFUL ADVENTURE WITH “LITTLE NEMO”
A little boy whose dreams transcend reality is sucked into his own fantasy, which is everything he has dreamed of, until he unleashes an old secret that may not only destroy this perfect dream world but reality itself.
“Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland” Amazon Prime –
Question of the Week
One horror movie made before 2000 you didn't know exist until it was released on Blu-Ray?
Retribution – 1987 – Guy Magar
Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge – 1989 – Richard Friedman
Sailor Suit and Machine Gun – 1981 – Shinji Sômai
Deep Red – 1975 – Dario Argento
The Designated Victim – 1971 – Maurizio Lucidi
The Whip and the Body – 1963 – Mario Bava
Lisa and the Devil – 1973 – Mario Bava
Baron Blood – 1972 – Mario Bava
The Last Matinee – 2020 – Maximiliano Contenti
12 Angry Men – 1957 – Sidney Lumet
Rapeman 4 – 1994 – Takao Nagaishi
New Nightmare – 1994 – Wes Craven
The Silence of the Hams – 1994 – Ezio Greggio
The Paperboy – 1994 – Douglas Jackson
The Throne of Hell – 1994 – Sergio Goyri
Shatter Dead – 1994 – Scooter McCrae
Little Nemo: Adventures of Slumberland – 1989 – Masami Hata/William T. Hurtz