Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Squrim Extras & Lord of Illusions Cover Art Revealed

Scream Factory has announced bonus features for their upcoming release of the "classic" screaming worm film Squirm, and they've also given us a first look at their newly designed cover for Lord of Illusions, take a look at both below:

Director Jeff Lieberman’s classic worm-a-thon film is getting the “Collector’s Edition” HD Blu-ray treatment on October 28th and today we report our list of extras that will be on it!

- NEW! DIGGING IN—2014 Interviews with writer/director Jeff Lieberman and lead actor Don Scardino
- NEW! EUREKA! – An exclusive look at where the idea for SQUIRM came from with Jeff Lieberman
- Original Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Jeff Lieberman (ported over from the prior MGM DVD release)
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Vintage TV spot
- Still Gallery

Order now at www.screamfactorydvd.com and receive an 18” x 24” limited edition poster of the newly-designed key art too. (While supplies last!)

Let’s start off the week right by unveiling the new, Clive Barker-approved artwork for our upcoming Collector's Edition release of LORD OF ILLUSIONS. This sinister vision was created by artist Joel Robinson, who also crafted the designs for Ginger Snaps, Nightbreed Limited Edition and both Vincent Price Collections.

No other details to report (other than this is a blu-ray only release) but extras are in development and will be announced at a later date, along with full specs. National street date is planned for 12/16 and we expect pre-order links to go up sometime in early Sept. If you order directly on our site at www.screamfactorydvd.com you will also receive a limited edition 18" x 24" poster of the newly-commissioned art you see here. (While supplies last.)

New This Week 8.26 - Doppelgängers and Post-Apocalyptic Ratmen

It sits here, shrouded in mist and mystery, a nesting place for living evil and terror from the dead. It’s Hell House. Roddy McDowall heads the cast of this exciting chiller about four psychic investigators and the dark, brooding mansion they call the Mt. Everest of haunted houses. It’s already destroyed one team of researchers. Now this brave quartet ventures in for another try at unraveling its secrets. But before they succeed, they must suffer through madness, murder and everything else that the spirits who dwell here have in store for them. Yet learning the truth just might drive them all insane. An ingeniously devised ghost story, The Legend Of Hell House will thrill and delight veteran horror fans from the first creaking door to the very last slithering shadow. 

  • New Interview With Director John Hough
  • New Audio Commentary With Actress Pamela Franklin
  • Theatrical Trailer

    Blue Underground has paired up two of Bruno Mattei's best known films; Hell of the Living Dead and the utterly hysterical Rats: Night of Terror in one convenient Blu-ray package:

    1. Bonded By Blood - Interviews with Co-Writer/Co-Director Claudio Fragasso and Stars Margit Evelyn Newton, Franco Garofalo, Ottaviano DellAcqua & Massimo Vanni
    2. Hell Rats Of The Living Dead - Interview with Director Bruno Mattei
    3. Theatrical Trailers
    4. Poster & Still Galleries

    Jersey Shore thankfully went off the air nearly two years ago, so what better time for a movie called Jersey Shore Massacre to be released, right?

    The Situation Just Got Deadly.

    Executive Producer Jenni JWoww Farley, of MTVs Snooki & JWoww and Jersey Shore, presents JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE, an award-winning, blood-drenched horror-comedy.

    When Teresa and the girls leave their N.J. salon for a weekend of sun and sin down the shore, they re blindsided by bizarre events that send them from the sands of Seaside Heights to a secluded house deep in the N.J Pine Barrens. Frightened by stories of the legendary Jersey Devil, the local Piney's and a giant dim-witted neighbor, the girls return to Seaside and hook-up with five fist-pumpers. Later they converge at a Seaside bar where they re quickly ejected for a dance-floor brawl. With nowhere to go, the group retreats to the Pine Barrens for the night. Blinded by lust, they remain unaware that their long-standing debt to humanity is about to be settled - with their lives. One by one, the body count soars as retribution is exacted at the hands of a mentally-deranged killer with much more than just an axe to grind.

    JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE stars Danielle Dallacco, Angelica Boccella, Giovanni Roselli (aka pro wrestler Romeo Roselli), Ron Jeremy, Sal Governale, Richard Christy and Bigfoot (from the Howard Stern Wack Pack), and was written & directed by Paul Tarnopol.

    Blu-ray Special Features: Bigfoot Unmedicated, Italian Ice (Sal Governale) Music Video Melt, Behind The Scenes Of Jersey Shore Massacre, FAT CAMP MASSACRE PART 1 (featurette)

    You're Not The Only One Who Wants Them Dead.

    The second feature from director Richard Ayoade (Submarine, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace) is based on the Dostoyevsky novella of the same name.

    Simon is a timid man, scratching out an isolated existence in an indifferent world. He is overlooked at work, scorned by his mother, and ignored by the woman of his dreams. He feels powerless to change any of these things. The arrival of a new co-worker, James, serves to upset the balance. James is both Simon's exact physical double and his opposite - confident, charismatic and good with women. To Simon's horror, James slowly starts taking over his life.

    In the new season, we see Rick and the group of survivors fostering a thriving community in the safe haven of the prison only to have it short-lived as the group loses everything, their home, family, and friends to the threat of the walkers, outside threats and the hidden dangers brewing inside the fences. The group of survivors are broken apart and sent on divergent paths, unsure of everyone else's fate as they are exposed to new dangers, new enemies, and heartbreaking choices. They will have their faith thoroughly tested -- a faith that breaks some of them and redeems others.

    Special Features:
    The Making Of THE WALKING DEAD
    Drawing Inspiration
    The Governor Is Back
    Society, Science & Survival
    Inside KNB Studios
    A Journey Back To Brutality
    Deleted Scenes
    Audio Commentaries on Episodes 1, 5, 12 &14
    Extended Episodes on Episodes 9 & 14

    Friday, August 15, 2014

    Bonus Features Revealed For Vincent Price Collection II

    Scream Factory has just posted for their upcoming Vincent Price Collection II and it looks to be another outstanding set. I mean, Sweet Christ, THREE commentaries for Tomb of Ligeia alone. If they happen to do a third volume (the dude was in a lot of movies) I'd love to hear a commentary with comedian Dana Gould doing his wonderful Price impression like they did with Pitor Michael on the first volume.

    Happy Friday everyone! Check out the final list of extras for the upcoming (and highly-anticipated) blu-ray release of THE VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION II. Streets nationally on 10/21 but if you order directly from us at www.screamfactorydvd.com you can get it early on 9/30 AND get a free limited edition 18" x 24" poster of the newly-designed cover art.

    And now for the bonus goodies...

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Color
    • Introduction and parting words by Vincent Price
    • NEW Audio Commentary with author/film historian Steve Haberman
    • Richard Matheson Storyteller: THE RAVEN
    • Corman’s Comedy of Poe
    • Promotional Record
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Color
    • Introduction and parting words by Vincent Price
    • Richard Matheson Storyteller: THE COMEDY OF TERRORS
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Color
    • Introduction and parting words by Vincent Price
    • Audio Commentary by producer/director Roger Corman
    • NEW Audio Commentary with Elizabeth Shepherd, moderated by Roy Frumkes
    • NEW Audio Commentary with film historian Constantine Nasr
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Black & White
    • NEW Audio Commentary with film historian David Del Valle and author Derek Botelho
    • Richard Matheson Storyteller: THE LAST MAN ON EARTH
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Color
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Black & White
    • NEW Audio Commentary with actor Brett Halsey and film historian David Del Valle
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • TV Spot
    • Still Gallery

    Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)/DTS Master Audio Mono/Black & White
    • NEW Audio Commentary with author/historian Steve Haberman
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery
    • Vincent Price: Renaissance Man featurette
    • The Art of Fear featurette
    • Working with Vincent Price featurette
    • Introductory Price featurette

    Heavy Metal Movies: Guitar Barbarians, Mutant Bimbos & Cult Zombies Amok in the 666 Most Ear- and Eye-Ripping Big-Scream Films Ever!

    Today I want to point you guys toward an amazing new movie guide that's recently come out from Brooklyn's Bazillion Point Books: Heavy Metal Movies, also known under its complete - and way more metal title Heavy Metal Movies: Guitar Barbarians, Mutant Bimbos & Cult Zombies Amok in the 666 Most Ear- and Eye-Ripping Big-Scream Films Ever! 

    From the back cover:

    Heavy metal and high-thrill cinema have been joined together like mutant twins since before the band Black Sabbath adopted the name of a chilling Italian horror film. The unadulterated journey of Heavy Metal Movies spans concert movies and trippy midnight flicks, inspirational depictions of ancient times and future apocalypses, and raw handheld digital video obsessions. As brash, irreverent, and visceral as both the music and the movies themselves, Heavy Metal Movies is the ultimate guidebook to the complete molten musical cinema experience.

    Exploding with way over 666 true headbanger classics—raging with disturbing documentaries, bulging barbarians, Satanic shockers, spluttery slashers, post-nuke dystopias, carnivorous chunk-blowers, undead gut-munchers, midnight mind-benders, concert films, killer cameos—plus witches, werewolves, bikers, aliens, lesbian vampires, and vengeful vikings galore...the heaviest sin-ematic sensations of all time!

    The massive tome that is Heavy Metal Movies starts off, fittingly enough, with an introduction from McPadden who explains how he first discovered and fell in love with these kinds of movies in a chapter titled Mighty Monsters, Delinquent Double Features, and Sticky Seats: My Life in Heavy Metal Movies. In an interview with Fangoria from a couple of months back McPadden explained exactly what he considers a "Heavy Metal Movie":

    “First up, there are the obvious documentaries and concert films; then come narrative movies where the music is an essential subject, like THIS IS SPINAL TAP. From there, it’s films where characters love heavy metal, such as WAYNE’S WORLD, and/or the musicians appear on screen, as with Lemmy in HARDWARE and EAT THE RICH. Rob Zombie’s features fall under this same umbrella. After that, you’ve got movies that inspired band names and/or song lyrics, and soundtracks dominated by heavy metal certainly qualify—AC/DC’s work in MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE, for example. Now, past the direct, tangible connections is the really interesting stuff, where you have to say, ‘I know a heavy metal movie when I see it.’ This is the realm of aesthetic embodiments, influences and inspirations—movies that crystalize and catapult forward the spirit of heavy metal: CONAN THE BARBARIAN, THE EXORCIST, the MAD MAX and TERMINATOR series, George A. Romero’s zombie epics, Italian cannibal gross-outs, ’80s slasher films, banned ‘video nasties’—even something as beautiful as 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY.”

    Following Mike's intro, we get 5 pages from Alice Cooper, himself no stranger to heavy metal movies having appeared films like Monster Dog and Wayne's World. Alice gleefully discusses his several movie appearances starting with his own concert film Welcome To My Nightmare, all the way up to his most recent appearance in Tim Burton's critically maligned (but actually not that bad) Dark Shadows.

    After the Alice Cooper piece we get into the meat of the book, over 666 reviews of the most metal movies of all time. As you can tell from the bit I quoted from Fangoria's interview Mike covers a massive variety of film genres; horror, comedy, horror comedy, metal documentaries, sword & sorcery, biker flicks, disco slashers, animated viking films, post-apocalytic frog-people films - even the odd metal celebrity sex tape or two. From true classics like This Is Spinal Tap to some more obscure concert videos from bands like 3 Inches of Blood and The Obsessed all the way to delightfully daft turkeys like Howard the Duck (the best movie ever made that features a scene where Lorraine McFly fucks a midget in a duck suit), Mike has included a little something for everyone in his book.

    McPadden and I seem to share a very similar taste in cinema. I've seen over 2,000 movies in my lifetime - in fact for the past few weeks I've been slowly compiling a list on IMDB of every movie I've ever seen just to see how many, no matter how awesome (I Saw The Devil), awesomely bad (Shock 'em Dead) or just plain mind-rapingly awful (Goremet Zombie Chef From Hell) - and it's amazing to see how many of the movies I've seen and loved appear in this book. I can't go a full page without finding a favorite, and better still I'm finding tons of stuff I'm dying to check out after reading Mike's reviews.

    McPadden's writing is insightful and frequently hysterical which makes Heavy Metal Movies a pretty difficult book to put down once you start reading. If you enjoy heavy metal, heavy metal movies, or even if you just happen to enjoy more offbeat movie guides like Bleeding Skull, or Cinema Sewer I definitely recommend picking this book up at once. It's currently on sale directly from Bazillion Point Books, and many other online retailers like Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

    New This Week 8.12.14 - Bigfeet and Brain Slurping Midgets

    Arrow Video released their Region B locked release of Motel Hell last year, and now Scream Factory is giving US fans a chance to own the film in High Defnition as well. The Scream Factory release shares the same eye-pleasing transfer as the Arrow release, and while the Scream disc drops one of the previous bonus features (Back to the Backwoods), it keeps all the others and includes three new bonus features exclusive to this release.

    You really are what you eat with Farmer Vincent's smoked meat in this creepy horror yarn that "packs a punch that goes way beyond mere terror" (Boxoffice). Vincent's popular products contain a special ingredient that the psychotic farmer and his sister would literally kill to keep a secret! Starring Rory Calhoun (Angel), Nancy Parsons (Porky’s), Nina Axelrod (Time Walker, Cobra) and John Ratzenberger (Cheers), and directed by Kevin Connor (From Beyond The Grave, At The Earth’s Core), this darkly funny flick "just might be your cup of meat" (L.A. Herald Examiner)!

    Bonus features:

  • NEW Audio Commentary with director Kevin Connor, moderated by filmmaker Dave Parker
  • NEW It Takes All Kinds: The Making of MOTEL HELL featuring interviews with director Kevin Connor, producers/writers Robert Jaffe and Steven Charles Jaffe and actor Marc Silver
  • NEW Shooting Old School with cinematographer Thomas Del Ruth
  • Another Head on the Chopping Block: An interview with actor Paul Linke
  • From Glamour to Gore: An interview with actress Rosanne Katon
  • Ida, Be Thy Name: A look back at MOTEL HELL’s frightful female protagonist Ida Smith
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Photo Galleries 

  • Vinegar Syndrome has a whole new batch of releases out today, starting with a new Drive-In Collection double feature of In Search of Bigfoot and Cry Wilderness.

    In this sincere documentary, a team of bigfoot enthusiasts attempt to locate the mythical creature in the forests of Washington State.
    Director: Lawrence Crowley / William Miller
    CRY WILDERNESS (1986):
    A young boy befriends bigfoot, who instructs the boy to venture into the wilderness in order to save his father from impending danger.
    Director: Jay Cohen
    Features Include:
    + Dual-Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic & 1.33:1 Full Frame | MONO
    + Scanned in 2k (CW = 35mm Camera Negative / ISOB = 16mm Camera Negative)

    For the smut fans out there they've also put out three more Peekarama Double Features from directors Bob Chinn, Chris Warfield and Carlos Tobalina

    TROPIC OF DESIRE (1979):
    In director Bob Chinn’s lavish period melodrama, Georgina Spelvin stars as a madam at a tropical island-bound brothel, serving weary sailors at the close of WWII.
    Director: Bob Chinn
    FANTASY WORLD (1979):
    Two groups of friends find their way to mysterious club in San Francisco where bizarre sexual fantasies become surreal reality.
    Director: Bob Chinn
    Features Include:
    + Dual-Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic | MONO
    + Scanned in 2k from 35mm original negatives
    + Original theatrical trailers for both titles

    A young woman accepts a job as the night clerk at a seedy motel and soon discovers that the motel caters almost exclusively to sexual deviants.
    Director: Chris Warfield
    CATHOUSE FEVER (1984):
    Three college coeds who are having trouble paying their tuitions, turn to prostitution to help foot their bills but soon find themselves loving their wild sexual encounters.
    Director: Chris Warfield
    Features Include:
    + Dual-Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic | MONO
    + Scanned in 2k from 35mm original negatives
    + Original theatrical trailers for both titles

    A young couple, trapped in a loveless marriage, visit a renowned psychiatrist as an attempt to rekindle their sex life.
    Director: Carlos Tobalina
    I AM ALWAYS READY (1978):
    A young and wealthy woman fulfills her wildest fantasy: to appear in X rated films and to have sex with John Holmes!
    Director: Carlos Tobalina
    Features Include:
    + Dual-Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic | MONO
    + Scanned in 2k from 35mm Original Camera Negatives
    + Original theatrical trailers for both films

    From Troma, The Toxic Avenger, everyone's favorite Tutu-wearing, mop weilding destroyer of bad dudes finally gets a Blu-ray release.

    It's time to celebrate Toxie's Tro-matic, Troma-riffic 30th anniversary in HD. FAN-TOXIC! Lovingly recreated, digitally remastered in head-crushing, arm-ripping, mop-wielding High Definition! Troma Entertainment is proud to present Lloyd Kaufman's seminal movie (not fluid) for the first time on Blu-Ray! You grew up with the story, but here it is again anyway! The first Super (hero word removed due to registered trademark by two major comic book companies) from New Jersey! The rest, as they say, is history! Experience the action that made Troma Entertainment cinematic legend! Still a classic three decades later!
    Special Features:
  • Behind The Scenes And Production Slideshow
  • Interviews With: Jennifer Babtist, Robert Prichard, Mitch Cohen, Dan Snow, Gary Schneider And Michael Herz
  • Director's Commentary
  • Cast Commentary
  • Mark Torgl's Special Video
  • NEW Cast Commentary with Dan Snow, Robert Prichard, and Gary Schneider
  • Collectible Toxic Green Case
    Also from Troma, with a way less legit looking cover, is Bloodsucking Freaks:

    BLOODSUCKING FREAKS has earned a world-wide reputation as being a film unlike anything ever seen before in the history of the cinema. It has been held over in certain theatres across the U.S. for over a full year! BLOODSUCKING FREAKS takes you to a bizarre Off-Broardway theatre of the macabre, operated by a deranged impresario. Inside, sadistic entertainments are staged for his audience’s pleasure, including tortures, dismemberments, and other gruesome acts which appear to be faked. When people begin disappearing off the streets of Manhattan, the twisted truth begins to chillingly sink in: these horrifying bloodcurdling acts are not theatrical at all. They are real! You’ll be GROSSED OUT by the unique mélange of humor and horror as the impresario’s horde of beautiful teenage girls, who are kept in cages and “perform” on command, take over the show and devise a nasty game of their own! You’ll SCREAM YOUR HEAD OFF as the “fun” climaxes in one of the most unforgettable scenes in movie history!

    Desperate to escape both a world she never wanted to be part of and the man who turned her into a werewolf, Elena abandons her Pack and takes refuge in a new city, starting over with a hot new romance and a successful photography career. But when bodies turn up in the werewolf sanctuary, Elena is torn between the life she s building and the wild and dangerously unpredictable one she thought she left behind. Based on the Women of the Otherworld novels by #1 New York Times best selling author Kelley Armstrong. Includes all 13 UNCUT episodes featuring footage not seen on American television.

    Renee Olstead of The Secret Life of the American Teenager stars as a partying teen whose friends decide to perform an ancient pagan ritual found online called The Midnight Game: Candles are lit. A drop of blood is spilled. Your worst fear is confessed and an entity is summoned. But if the rules are not followed exactly, punishment is promised. Tonight, the game is not being taken seriously. A demonic horror has been unleashed. And now, even daylight cannot stop the nightmares that may destroy them all. Shelby Young (American Horror Story), Guy Wilson (Days Of Our Lives), Valentina de Angelis (Gossip Girl) and Spencer Daniels (Mom) co-star in this eerie chiller inspired by true events.

    Tuesday, August 05, 2014

    New This Week 8.5 - Predator Predecessors and Haunted Mirrors

    Pretty slow release week, but there are a few titles worth checking out this week, starting with Brian De Palma's wonderfully entertaining horror-rock-opera-musical Phantom of the Paradise:

    Phantom Of The Paradise is a ground-breaking cult film favorite from acclaimed writer/director Brian De Palma (Carrie, Dressed To Kill).

    Paul Williams wrote the acclaimed score for this musical horror classic, and stars as an evil record tycoon haunted and taunted by the disfigured composer Winslow Leach (William Finley, Sisters) he once wronged. Cheered by the Los Angeles Times as a “delightful, outrageous…visual triumph,” and also starring Jessica Harper (Suspiria, Shock Treatment) and Gerrit Graham (Chud II, Terrorvision), this hilarious send-up of the glam rock era is pure entertainment from beginning to end.”

    Scream has really outdone themselves with the bonus features on this one:

    • NEW Audio Commentary with Jessica Harper, Gerrit Graham and the Juicy Fruits (Archie Hahn, Jeffrey Comanor and Harold Oblong aka Peter Eibling)
    • NEW Audio Commentary with Production Designer Jack Fisk
    • NEW Interview with director Brian DePalma (36 minutes)
    • NEW Interview with Paul Williams talking about the music of PHANTOM (30 minutes)
    • NEW Interview with Make-up Effects wizard Tom Burman discussing the Phantom Helmet

    • Paradise Regained – documentary on the making of the film featuring director Brian DePalma, Producer Edward R. Pressman, William Finley, Paul Williams, Jessica Harper, Gerrit Graham and more… (50 minutes)
    • Interview with Paul Williams moderated by Guillermo Del Toro (72 minutes)
    • Interview with costume designer Rosanna Norton (10 minutes)
    • NEW Interview with producer Edward R. Pressman (15 minutes)
    • NEW Interview with drummer Gary Mallaber (15 minutes)
    • NEW Alvin’s Art and Technique – a look at the neon poster (15 minutes)
    • NEW Phantom of the Paradise Biography by Gerrit Graham - 1974 Publicity Sheet written by and read by Graham (8 minutes)
    • Alternate Takes (40 minutes)
    • Swan Song Outtake Footage (10 minutes)
    • Radio Spots
    • TV Spots
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Still Gallery

    From director Greydon Clark (who has directed not one, but two films that have appeared on MST3K) comes Without Warning. It's a lot like Predator with an alien that hunts humans for sport. Only, unlike Predator, Without Warning is not awesome. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed Without Warning for what it is, but it is a bit too slow moving at times. But the alien is quite spooky in far off shots (not so much in the ultra bright Glam Rock shot on the back of the Blu-ray cover though) and we do get some solid acting from veterans Palance and Landau, which does help the film out quite a bit. Landau is especially convincing as spooked conspiracy theorist Sarge. I've known a few guys like Sarge, and Landau's performance is pretty believable. The second I saw his character I thought "Hey, they made a movie character based on Dale!"

    The most interesting thing for me is that the alien is played by Kevin Peter Hall who actually went on be The Predator in Predator and that The Predator is also Harry from Harry and the Hendersons and Monster from Monster in the Closet.

    "A group of teenagers head out to the lake for a relaxing camping trip in the mountains. They ignore the warnings of the local truck stop owner and head to their destination. Things go terribly wrong when they run into an extraterrestrial who throws deadly discs that suck the blood of their victims. The group heads back to the truck stop for help from the eclectic group of residents: a crazy war veteran (Martin Landau, Ed Wood) and a determined hunter (Jack Palance, Batman).

    Also starring David Caruso (NYPD Blue, CSI Miami), Neville Brand (Eaten Alive), Cameron Mitchell (Blood And Black Lace) and Kevin Peter Hall (Predator) as the alien, and directed by Graydon Clark (Joysticks, Satan’s Cheerleaders), this ’thematic predecessor to Predator’ (FilmFanatic.org) is a non-stop ride into extra-terror-strial mayhem!"
  • Audio Commentary with Producer/Director Greydon Clark
  • New Interviews with:
  • - Cinematographer Dean Cundey
  • - Co-Writer/Co-Producer Daniel Grodnik
  • - Special Make-Up Effects Creator Greg Cannom
  • - Actors Christopher S. Nelson and Tarah Nutter
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Still Gallery

    Ten years ago, tragedy struck the Russell family, leaving the lives of teenage siblings Tim and Kaylie forever changed when Tim was convicted of the brutal murder of their parents. Now in his 20s, Tim is newly released from protective custody and only wants to move on with his life; but Kaylie, still haunted by that fateful night, is convinced her parents' deaths were caused by something else altogether: a malevolent supernatural force­­ unleashed through the Lasser Glass, an antique mirror in their childhood home. Determined to prove Tim's innocence, Kaylie tracks down the mirror, only to learn similar deaths have befallen previous owners over the past century. With the mysterious entity now back in their hands, Tim and Kaylie soon find their hold on reality shattered by terrifying hallucinations, and realize, too late, that their childhood nightmare is beginning again...

    Special Features:
    • Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy
    • Inside The Mirror: Creating Oculus
    • Original Oculus 33 Minute Short Film with Optional Commentary by Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy
    • Commentary by Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy
    • Theatrical Trailer
    Framed for assassinating the Grandmaster, the Lost Ninja Clan must battle their way up an underground nuclear bunker filled with hordes of supernatural enemies, mutants and flesh-eating zombies. Trapped a thousand feet below the earth's crust, these ninjas will face hell! The Raid meets The Warriors in a picture that delivers a heart-pounding, adrenaline injected ride.  


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