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Jaws 3-Movie Collection from Universal (Dvd)
The Spring Break Murders from Hannover House
A wild weekend has unforeseen consequences for a handful of young women in this award-winning thriller from writer-director Erica Dunton. Ana is a teenager who feels the stresses of life are becoming too much for her, and she wants a few days away from it all. After swiping a credit card from her stepfather, Ana invites her close friends China, Emily, Zoe, and Abigail to join her for a weekend at the beach, where they can indulge themselves and leave the burdens of responsibility behind. However, the many personal issues that haunt the girls can’t so be easily left at home, and their night on the town attracts some unsavory characters. What started as a party weekend has now become a nightmarish trap.
Splash Area: Night of the Killer Clowns from Eagle One Media Rerelease
Halloween Night. A gang of killer clowns on are the rampage and after seeing their friend mutilated by them, three friends decided to go above the law in a bid to stop the red nosed crazies. Following them to an old abandoned asylum, they soon become the hunted in this fun house of blood and guts, fighting for survival against muscle, madness and chainsaws… Putting a spin on the usual ‘teens vs killers’ flick, Splash Area delivers a grindhouse Killer Clown horror with a cast of fresh faces, plenty of action and enough black comedy to keep everyone happy!
Blacula/Scream Blacula Scream from Scream Factory
The eternally cool William Marshall puts a fresh spin on the age-old legend of the vampire, condemned to wander the Earth with an insatiable lust for blood in these riveting
In 1780, African Prince Mamuwalde (Marshall) pays a visit to Count Dracula in Transylvania, seeking his support in ending slave trade. Instead, the evil count curses his noble guest and transforms him into a vampire! Released from his coffin nearly two centuries later by a pair of luckless interior decorators, Mamuwalde emerges as “Blacula, “, one strange dude strollin’ the streets of L.A. on a nightly quest for human blood!
Blacula lives! The scintillating sequel, Scream, Blacula, Scream, pits voodoo power against vampire fury! Willis Daniels (Richard Lawson), the son of a late high priestess, seeks revenge on the cultists who have chosen his foster sister Lisa (Pam Grier) as their new leader. Hoping to curse Lisa, Willis unwittingly resurrects Blacula’s earthly remains: and unleashes the Prince of Darkness and his freaked-out army of the undead!
Innocence from Cinedigm
Haunted by the death and dreams of her beloved mother in a Montauk surfing accident, 16-year-old Beckett and her father, novelist Miles Warner, move to Manhattan and attempt to piece together their shattered life. Now enrolled at the exclusive Hamilton preparatory school, her psychosis and hallucinations intensify with the dubious suicides of current and past students, as does her first love for Tobey Crawford.
The discovery that her new school may be run by a coven of beautiful and seductive women who perpetuate their youth by drinking the blood of virgins becomes the ultimate challenge of Beckett and Tobey s young lives.
Psychotic from Midnight Releasing
The final night s work approaches for the staff of an insane asylum. A minimal crew of security and researchers remain to ensure the patients behave as expected before their transfers to a maximum security prison. Struggling with memories of abandonment, Dr. Helen Kingford finds herself on the brink of quitting her job as a psychologist. Following his forced retirement, the hospital’s head of security decides on a destabilizing course of action leading to chaos and destruction within the asylum. In the confusion, all of the dangerous patients escape their padded cells. Confused, Dr. Kingford awakens finding herself tied up in the hospital morgue. Not knowing who to trust, she finds herself running from everyone in an attempt to survive.
Exterminators of the Year 3000 from Scream Factory
In a post-apocalyptic future where the earth is a desert and water is the most precious substance of all, a band of survivors must turn to a mysterious stranger to battle a ruthless gang of motorcycle psychos for control of the wasteland and the water. A glorious crash of guns, nuclear fallout, and synthesizers make this a must-see for anyone who’s been longing for the day in which they can finally get beyond Thunderdome.
Pick of the week!Blood Car (2007) Movie Review
In the all-too-foreseeable future, gas prices approach $40 a gallon, causing some Americans to abandon their vehicles and others to seek alternate sources of fuel. When a mild-mannered schoolteacher (Mike Brune) invents an experimental engine that thrives on blood, he attracts the attention of two women who vie for his affection: Denise (Katie Rowlett), the proprietress of a butcher stand, and Lorraine (My Girl’s Anna Chlumsky) who runs a rival veggie stand in a grim urban landscape. But Archie’s need for speed soon surpasses his body’s ability to regenerate fluids, so he takes desperate measures to satisfy the Blood Car’s thirst. Veering between wicked social satire and outbursts of hardcore gore, BLOOD CAR lives up to its reputation as an “audacious, utterly bonkers and downright sick claret-drenched black comedy” (Time Out London).
Special Features: Theatrical Trailer, Short Films: The Adventure (2008, 21 min.) and The $100
Short Short (2006, 10 min.)