Here are some of the horror DVD/Blu-Ray releases for March 16th!
Mimi and Luke unwittingly resurrect an ancient alien overlord who was entombed on Earth millions of years ago after a failed attempt to destroy the universe. They nickname the evil creature Psycho Goreman (or PG for short) and use the magical amulet they discovered to force him to obey their childish whims. It isn’t long before PG’s reappearance draws the attention of intergalactic friends and foes from across the cosmos, and a rogues’ gallery of alien combatants converges in small-town suburbia to battle for the fate of the galaxy.
Finally released outside Japan for the very first time, these unique riffs on H.G. Wells classic character (though undoubtedly also indebted to Universal s iconic film series) are two of the earliest examples of tokusatsu (special effects) cinema from Daiei Studios, later the home of Gamera…
After she’s permanently blinded in a tragic car accident, Rebecca’s receives some bizarre news: her long-lost-mother has recently passed away, leaving her their family’s ancestral castle. Traveling to the estate with a group of friends, Rebecca hopes it will be an opportunity for her to reconnect with a past she never knew—and a mother who seemingly left her behind. When strange and unexplained things start happening and her friends begin to die, Rebecca must unravel her family’s mysterious history before she too falls prey to the Castle Freak.
A Lost Giallo Shocker! Uncut! Remastered! From Italian exploitation film director Alfonso Brescia (WAR OF THE ROBOTS, THE BEAST IN SPACE) comes NAKED GIRL MURDERED IN THE PARK, a rarely seen 1972 giallo thriller filled with sex, nudity and style to burn. When a millionaire is found dead in a rickety amusement park ride, his less-than-savory family stands to inherit his vast fortune. Naturally, the insurance company investigates, setting forth a serpentine series of double-dealings, dark secrets revealed…and gruesome murders! Once the titular deceased (and indeed, naked) dame shows up, all bets are off as twists follow turns, throats are cut and bodies brutalized, climaxing in an outrageous carnage-filled carnival finale. Starring such Eurogenre talents as Robert Hoffman (A BLACK VEIL FOR LISA, SPASMO), Irina Demick (Richardo Freda’s TRAGIC CEREMONY) and Adolfo Celi (Mario Bava’s DANGER: DIABOLIK) and featuring a sensual score by Carlo Savina (Bava’s LISA AND THE DEVIL), NAKED GIRL MURDERED IN THE PARK has long been available only via heavily censored bootlegs ripped from shoddy VHS sources. Now, Full Moon is thrilled to be presenting this sleek and sexy shocker TOTALLY UNCUT and FULLY REMASTERED from the original 35mm camera negative.
From horror producer Richard Gordon (Inseminoid, First Man into Space, Fiend Without a Face, Horror Hospital) comes one of the most brutal and mysterious stories ever to be filmed. Tower of Evil is a haunting tale set in and around a deserted lighthouse on fog-shrouded Snape Island. The terror begins when a nude, crazed woman slaughters a sailor who was visiting the island. When she is taken back to civilization, an ancient relic is discovered and an expedition is mounted to solve the mystery of the island, which leads to series of psycho-sexual murders. Starring Jill Haworth (It!), Bryant Haliday (Devil Doll), Dennis Price (Theater of Blood), George Coulouris (Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb) and Candace Glendenning (Satan’s Slave) and directed by cult filmmaker Jim O’Connoly (The Valley of Gwangi). Now witness the horror in HD!
After becoming injected with a formula derived from an alien ship, a lab gorilla escapes from his containment and befriends two young boys. The alien formula causes the gorilla to grow to gargantuan size and rampage throughout the city and the boys must find a way to save their simian friend before the army takes him down. Bonus features include: SRS Trailer, Director’s Commentary, Trailer, Music Video
A local loser is left to die by a sadistic, small-town sheriff and her underlings. When Bitten by a creature of the night she bestowed with supernatural abilities, Lisa does her best to retain her humanity as she exacts revenge.
A widow haunted by the gruesome death of her husband uproots her daughter and moves them to a peaceful rural town. Then the real nightmares begin when she and her daughter stumble upon a long-buried scandal. They team up with the town’s priest after encountering a creepy young boy, a hostile janitor and a blood thirsty nun who will stop at nothing to protect the deadly secrets of The Parish.
A young boy from the trailer park can’t take another moment of ridicule from his family and peers. With support from his beloved dollies… he sets out for blood.
TODD is the story of a man who has always felt like the odd man out. From a young age, Todd is shunned and ridiculed by his peers. Over time his pain and anger turn into rage and despair. When psychoanalysis and depression drugs don’t work, the young eccentric becomes a morbid introvert, withdrawing from society in a downward spiral to insanity. He not only sets his sites on an aspiring young actress, but on his psychiatrist and the doctor’s family too. TODD takes you on a nail biting, edge of your seat journey into the mind of a budding madman.
Hayden (Scott Hamm) and Misha’s (Michele Martin) marriage has been in a freefall for quite some time, and a couples’ weekend getaway might just be the safety net they need. When the troubled couple arrives at a secluded rental home with Hayden’s best friend Chris (Rob Mayes), and his wife Nora (Nija Okoro), the trip appears to be off to a fun and relaxing start. Soon the foursome encounters Bo-Lee (Kipp Tribble), an odd caretaker living on the property, and they grow increasingly suspicious of the man and his possible sinister motives. After a dangerous secret amongst the friends begins to surface, and with Bo-Lee’s actions becoming more and more bizarre, it becomes clear that this weekend may be their last.
Ditsy damsels in distress, toilet paper famine, inept world leaders, mass-media gone wild, a virus from Hell and hordes of ghouls hungry for human flesh combine in Full Moon’s maniacal horror comedy hybrid CORONA ZOMBIES. Part irreverent satire, part gonzo Italian zombie movie remix, all Full Moon mania, CORONA ZOMBIES takes aim at the madness surrounding the crazy times we’re all living in and delivers the funniest – and most controversial – exploitation movie of the year. Bonus features include: Full Moon Features Trailers
This film is an exploitation journey through the mind, on route to a lesson in the macabre. Horror has many forms, many shapes, and many hiding places. As three brothers of different backgrounds, of different frames of mind grow apart, their fears grow rabid and real! Will the terror ever, ever stop! An early motion picture, shot on film, from the Polonia Brothers! Another popular SRS Cinema Retro Release! Bonus features include: SRS Trailers, Commentary track
Four lifelong friends head to a remote lodge for a weekend of fun. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly descends into a fight for their lives when a local Pagan cult offer them up to their Goddess as a sacrifice for the Solstice.
Claire and Anna are devoted sisters who live together. Claire begins to see ghostly visions and is hospitalized but the specters were after Anna and her unborn child. They battle with a demon that has cursed the family for three generations