Here's some rather exciting and interesting news I just came across over at Bleeding Skull:
"With the help of our friends at MONDO, the art boutique of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, we’ve launched BLEEDING SKULL! VIDEO.
Specializing in ultra-obscure, no-budget horror and exploitation movies
from the 1980s and early 1990s, BLEEDING SKULL! VIDEO is a VHS and
digital streaming label that is dedicated to sharing unreleased (or
barely released) movies with the world. Our inaugural title is Cards Of Death. Written and directed in 1986 by Hollywood veteran W.G. MacMillan (who appeared in the Dirty Harry sequel The Enforcer),
this shot-on-video scuzz-sex-slice-and-dicer has long been described as
the “holy grail of slasher movies,” mostly for its sheer rarity among
VHS collectors. Though it was an American production, Cards Of Death
was briefly released on VHS exclusively in Japan before disappearing
completely, without even a listing on IMDB. The BLEEDING SKULL! VIDEO
release of Cards Of Death marks the first release of the movie on home video in the United States. Cards Of Death will be available June 24, 2014 on VHS.
Over the past fifteen years, we’ve been obsessed with discovering,
collecting, and reviewing the world’s rarest exploitation films. After
discovering an unreleased 1980s horror movie by one of our favorite
filmmakers in the trunk of a used car, we knew that something had to be
done. With Mondo’s help, we’re devoted to preserving and sharing these
discoveries on the format that they were originally meant to be seen.
Each BLEEDING SKULL VIDEO! VHS title is authentically packaged to
represent its respective era, from classy big boxes to photocopied
clamshell cases. Every release also includes an issue of MINIMUM UNDERDRIVE,
an in-depth ‘zine that features interviews, rare photos, and artwork
specific to each movie. We’ll be releasing approximately four titles a
year for the rest of forever. All of our releases will be available
online at: BLEEDINGSKULLVIDEO.COM and MONDOTEES.COM.
PREPARE FOR FUN! NEVER DIE!"
Bleeding Skull has been one of my favorite review sites for years now, so I'll definitely be supporting Bleeding Skull! Video when Cards of Death comes out next week.