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Taeter City: City of Cannibals from Widowmaker
The futuristic metropolis of Taeter City is managed by The Authority – a dictatorship that rules with an iron fist. Utilizing a special radio wave system called Zeed, The Authority is able to distinguish criminals from law-abiding citizens; however these special radio waves also alter the demented brain waves of the criminals and force them to commit suicide in horrible ways. A special police force called The Bikers then retrieves their corpses and delivers them to massive slaughterhouses that supply the mega fast food chains with the human flesh products that are needed to feed the hungry masses. The Authority’s hand has managed to keep the citizens under control for quite some time, but a series of unforeseen chaotic events has slowly been undermining their rule. Follow along with the adventures of the three crazy Biker officers who are charged with restoring order before their entire world crumbles around them.
TAETER CITY comes from the creators of the cult hit ”Adam Chaplin” and is a marvelous bizarre throwback/mash-up of Manga, 80’s-style cannibal movie shocks,Terminator-type action thrills, and Blade Runner-inspired science fiction politics. Plus it includes plenty of blood. Starring Monica Munoz, Riccardo Valentini, Christian Riva, Wilmar Zimosa, Ortaez Santiago, Produced By Necrostorm, Written & Directed By Giulio De Santi.
A Candle for the Devil from Scorpion Releasing
Laura Barkley (Judy Geeson, Berserk) travels to a sleepy Spanish town to visit her sister, who is staying at an inn run by two religious women. But when she arrives she discovers that her sister has mysteriously disappeared. The two women, Marta and Veronica, tell Laura that her sister left suddenly but no one has seen her leave the village. Laura decides to stay at the inn whilst searching for her sister but soon discovers that the self-righteous women cannot bear the nakedness and promiscuity of young English holiday makers. One by one, these pleasure seekers begin to disappear.
Meanwhile, the women evening meals begin to take on an unusual flavor…. This deliciously deranged and atmospheric horror, which was shot entirely on location in Spain, is available in the U.S. uncut for the very first time and in a brand new HD master.
Special Features: New on-camera interview with star Judy Geeson | Original
The Intruders available from Sony
Every town has its secrets, as college student Rose Halshford (Miranda Cosgrove) learns when she and her father (Donal Logue) move into a musty, old house. When Rose discovers that the previous tenant mysteriously disappeared, leaving her possessions behind, she suspects her unfriendly neighbor (Austin Butler) may know more than he lets on. When Rose reports strange noises coming from inside the house, no one, not even her father, believes her, insisting that it’s all in her head. As Rose’s suspicions grow, she begins to fear that she may be the next victim of whomever or whatever has infiltrated her new home.
Amityville Death House from Widowmaker
When Tiffany and her friends arrive in the town of Amityville to check in on her ailing grandmother, they discover an ancient witch’s spirit possesses the old house. One by one the curse destroys the descendants of those who condemned her to death over 300 years ago, ultimately possessing the bodies of the innocent, and transforming them into hideous creatures of destruction.
New Years Evil (1980) from Scream Factory
During a New Year’s Eve celebration, a Punk Rock & New Wave show host gets a phone call saying that when New Year’s strikes in each time zone, someone will be murdered–and she will be the last one.
*Audio Commentary with director Emmett Alston
*The Making of New Year’s Evil featuring new interviews with actors Kip Niven, Grant Cramer and Taaffe O’Connell and director of photography Thomas Ackerman
God Told Me To (1976) from Blue Underground
A rooftop sniper guns down 14 pedestrians on the streets of New York City. A mild-mannered dad takes a shotgun and blows away his wife and children. A cop goes on a sudden shooting spree at the St. Patrick s Day Parade. And each of these unlikely killers makes the same dying confession: God told me to. Now a repressed Catholic NYPD detective (Tony Lo Bianco) must uncover a netherworld of deranged faith, alien insemination and his own unholy connection to a homicidal messiah with a perverse plan.
Black Sunday (1960) from Kino Lorber
When Mario Bava’s groundbreaking Black Sunday was introduced to the U.S. market, American International Pictures retooled the film for the release. In addition to being redubbed in English, the film was given a new musical score and re-edited. In one of the most auspicious directorial debuts in movie history, Mario Bava bridged the gap between the gothic horror picture and the European art film with Black Sunday (aka La maschera del demonio or The Mask of Satan). Made in 1960 and now considered a cult classic, it continues to reverberate through the cinema, inspiring and influencing new generations of filmmakers. In an absolutely mesmerizing performance, Black Sunday stars Barbara Steele as Asa Vajda, a beautiful woman tortured and executed as a witch but not before pronouncing a curse upon those who have condemned her, a curse that is fulfilled 200 years later.
Special Features: Mastered in HD from original 35mm elements, Mario Bava theatrical trailers
Final Prayer aka The Borderlands (2013) from Lionsgate
A team of Vatican investigators descends upon a church in a remote area to demystify the unusual happenings, but what they discover is more disturbing than they had first imagined.
Zombieworld (2015) from Image Entertainment
ZOMBIEWORLD is a horror anthology focusing on survivors across the world as they struggle to overcome horrifying circumstances when a pandemic brings about a zombie apocalypse. The collection of blood, guts, and mayhem is brought to life by a group of new and up-and-coming directors from around the world. Each director brings his or her take to a world now populated with flesh-eating corpses.