Bloody Bits #28 July 21 and July 28, 2015 Horror Dvd/Blu-ray Releases

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July 21st releases

Vampire Journals from Full Moon

I am God’s most desolate creature…a vampire with a mortal’s heart. I destroyed the one who spawned me and I have sworn to destroy her entire bloodline…the ones who stole me from the warmth of the sun. For centuries I have traveled the Earth, hunting my master’s master – ASH, the music lover. I found him in Bucharest, stalking an innocent concert pianist named SOFIA. She led me to his lair, a nest of decadence. Each moment I delayed brought her closer to eternal damnation. Bonus features include: Full Moons Videozone featurette. , Audio commentary by Ted Nicolaou and Charles Band., Original Subspecies 1-4 trailers.


The Meat Puppet from Girls and Corpses

Andrew Drew Shelton appears to have it all… Looks. Money. Women. But behind that charming smile lies an unimaginable evil. An abusive childhood has turned him into an impulsive, delusional sociopath who has developed an insatiable appetite for beautiful women’s flesh. As the bodies pile up and a gung-ho detective starts stalking him, Andrew descends deeper into madness. His obsession with one woman might be the only chance to stop him from serving up his next victim. Or will she fall prey and become the next main course? Bonus features include: Introduction by international star Tera Patrick and ‘Corpsy’, Deaditor in Chief of Girls and Corpses Magazine, Upcoming Trailers


The Orphanage from Entertainment One

After his parents’ death, 10-year-old orphan Nathan Perry is assigned to Milwood Orphanage and Boarding School for Boys. Nathan becomes a victim of unforeseen terror and unusual behavior in the institution’s feared Ward B, unleashing a sinister evil within him that no one could have anticipated, and no one can control.


Haunted Hollywood from Full Moon

The Roaring Twenties end in a SCREAM when the first talking movie debuts. The world’s biggest female silent movie star, Rose Pettigrew, goes on a killing spree when she loses her studio contract, murdering her friends and co-stars – Tubby Fitzgerald, the comedian, Erik Burke, the horror icon and Sonny Barnes (ERIC ROBERTS), the cowboy – before taking her own life.Rose’s mansion has stood empty for decades, but when two realtors Reese (JESSICA MORRIS) and Danni (ARIANA MADIX) finally buy the house to remodel and sell it, they discover that there are more than skeletons in the closets.Haunted by the ghosts of a time long ago, the girls quickly find that they have been cast in a nightmare that will never end.Get ready for your close-up and it’s Lights… Camera… Die!!! Bonus features include: Full Moon trailers, Behind the Scenes, Making Of Featurette


House On The Hill from Itn Distribution

Based on a true story, House On The Hill is a true crime account with strong horror elements, chronicling the outrageous 1980s murder spree of serial killer Leonard Lake, who would target, kidnap, rob and kill people – and even whole families. Private investigator Paul Kale locates the only survivor of Lake’s killing spree, who is living in seclusion years after her escape from the Lake’s ‘sex slave’ compound. She and Paul reluctantly team up to uncover the fate of a woman who disappeared into Lake’s house of horrors. In the process, Sonia recounts her experiences and relates the murder and abuse she witness, where Lake and his accomplice would force her to video tape the kidnappings and killings.


American Guinea Pig: Bouquet of Guts and Gore from Unearthed Films

Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck. A love letter to ultra gorehounds the world over. The American Guinea Pig Series is about to begin.


Reminiscence: The Beginning from SGL Entertainment

There are worlds, there are humans and there are Others. But there is only one Time which is the border between worlds. What if time breaks down? Slovakian physicist Michaela (Miska), discovers a new fact on magnetic fields and time-breaks, after her long researches. According to her calculations she found that every six years, intersections in the planets coordinates, causes temporarily gravity fields in the solar system. These gravity fields break the time for a very short period and can make a gateway to a black-hole. The estimated coordinates of one of these gravity fields that will occur on the earth, will take place in a town called Cesme in Turkey. To examine this event, Michaela (Miska), and her boy friend took a trip from Slovakia to Cesme. What they will face, is much more then what they expected. Bonus features include: Full Motion Menu, Trailers 


 

Pick of the Week

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Second-hand bookstore clerk Virginia Clayton (Jenny Wright) becomes absorbed in the book ‘I, Madman’ by Malcolm Brand (Randall William Cook). In the book, the deranged, deformed Dr. Kessler is obsessed with beautiful actress Anna Templar and kills victims, sewing part of each victim’s face onto his own. But as Virginia continues to read, someone starts to emulate the killings in the book, targeting the people around her.


July 28th Releases

The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein from Kino Lorber

After the death of Victor Frankenstein (Dennis Price), two figures vie for control of his metallic-skinned monster (Fernando Bilbao) and the radical technology that created him: the scientist’s daughter, Vera (Beatriz Savón), and the immortal wizard Cagliostro (Howard Vernon), who is assisted by a blind bird-woman with an unquenchable thirst for blood (Anne Libert).

With THE EROTIC RITES OF FRANKENSTEIN, controversial filmmaker Jess Franco merged his fondness for old-school horror with his unique and perverse tastes in sex and violence, partly inspired by the garish adult European comics of the early 1970s.

Special Features: Mastered in HD from the original 35mm negative, Audio commentary by Tim Lucas, editor of Video Watchdog, French with optional English subtitles, English dubbed, Original theatrical trailer


 

Pick of the Week

91cBcn8TMwL._SL1500_Ghost Town from Scream Factory

A dusty ghost town, seemingly abandoned, holds the lives of its original inhabitants in an animated netherworld for 100 years…

When a modern-day sheriff’s deputy is lured to a desolate, spooky ghost town in search of a missing woman, he comes face-to-face with a malevolent spirit from the town’s past. The spell of death and suffering over the undead townspeople must end to set them free from eternal pain. The horrors of a possessed outlaw, in a time-suspended dimension are only the setting for a frightening battle for the mind, nerves and flesh.

Starring Franc Luz (The Nest, When Harry Met Sally), Jimmie F. Skaggs (Oblivion, Puppetmaster), Catherine Hickland (Witchery) and Bruce Glover (Diamonds Are Forever, Chinatown, Walking Tall), Ghost Town is an unnerving, white-knuckle walk into the wild, undead west.

1 Comment

  1. Thanks, I haven't seen any of these movies. I'll have to check them out. The Ring is probably the scariest movie I've seen. I want to watch World War Z with my kids but my wife is worried it will scare them. I don't buy it though. I remember watching Nightmare on Elm Street when I was a kid with no issue…but at the same time, the Twilight Zone would give me nightmares! Guess its just the way kids' minds and imaginations work.

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