Here are some of the horror DVD/Blu-Ray releases for June 22nd!
Bite into this rare 1980s horror film about a big and very ‘strange’ stop-motion monster in a cave terrorizing and eating innocent miners! A group of young miners venture into the Gold Spike Mine in search of gold, even after being warned by old-time prospectors to stay away. The miners proceed into the caverns anyway and soon realize that there’s no gold in these mines, but also that they’re not alone. What they find is a horrific man-eating monster sliding through the caverns looking to fill its carnivorous appetite… it’s feeding time and the miners are on the menu. THE STRANGENESS is a fun, cool independent horror feature film made years before digital video. THE STRANGENESS is also one of the last feature films to use stop-motion animation special effects! This special edition was remastered from the original 16mm vault elements.
The Unholy, based on James Herbert’s best-selling book Shrine, follows a young hearing-impaired girl who is visited by the Virgin Mary and can suddenly hear, speak, and heal the sick. As people from near and far flock to witness her miracles, a disgraced journalist (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) hoping to revive his career visits a small New England town to investigate. As terrifying events begin to happen all around him, he starts questioning if these miracles are the works of the Virgin Mary or something much more sinister.
He remains one of the most beloved horror\/fantasy icons in US\/UK pop culture history, but Christopher Lee delivered several of the most compelling, acclaimed and bizarre performances of his entire career in 1960s Europe. THE EUROCRYPT OF CHRISTOPHER LEE brings together five of these Lee classics \- the 1964 gothic shocker CRYPT OF THE VAMPIRE; the 1964 cult hit CASTLE OF THE LIVING DEAD co\-starring an unknown Donald Sutherland; 1962\x27s celebrated SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE DEADLY NECKLACE; 1967\x27s lurid favorite THE TORTURE CHAMBER OF DR. SADISM and the rarely\-seen 1963 oddity CHALLENGE THE DEVIL \- with the 24 surviving episodes of the 1971 Film Polski anthology series THEATRE MACABRE hosted by Lee, all remastered from original negative materials with over 10 hours of trailers, rare promos, audio commentaries \x26 vintage interviews, plus the CASTLE OF THE LIVING DEAD soundtrack and an all\-new 88\-page book by Lee biographer Jonathan Rigby
An exploration into the language of dreams.
Ryan Nicholson directs this savage exploitation film that follows the vengeance-fueled rampage of Hanger (Nathan Dashwood), the now-grown survivor of a bungled back-alley abortion who returns to punish a pimp for forcing his mother into the procedure. As Hanger gets a taste for blood, his revenge spills over to the street’s other depraved bottom-feeders. Lloyd Kaufman and Debbie Rochon co-star in this graphic gorefest. Bonus features include: With over 16 hours of never before seen takes, behind the scenes and outtakes!, Stills Gallery, Trailers, Blooper Reel, Rose’s Bush: Starring Leroy Washington, Deleted Scenes, Taking of Hanger Enough Dope to Hang Yourself With: On The Set with Lloyd Kaufman, 2.0 audio Commentary with Director Ryan Nicholson, Behind the Stoma: The Making and Taking of Hanger, 5.1 Surround Sound
Two brothers (Resident Evil: Afterlife’s Shawn Roberts and The Killing’s Tyler Johnston) return to a small mountain town in search of their long lost parents only to discover that the place has a monstrous ”taste for tourists.” Rumors of a Bigfoot creature at first seem silly, but soon the unthinkable becomes real and the town’s insidious past emerges. Writer-director Braden Croft (Hemorrhage) delivers horror, blood and laughs in equal measure in a nod to Sam Raimi’s early films.
A cursed house is host to several generations of terror after a witch casts a spell on it for eternity. Over the ensuing decades, deadly paranormal happenings haunt the home’s various occupants, as the evil in the walls grows stronger with every victim.
Ignoring all signs and warnings, four counselors at a remote summer camp tell campfire stories to each other from an ancient book of evil that come to life to haunt them one by one.
After moving into a new home, a Latino family must fight to survive against a gang of violent, home-invading racists who with a supernatural secret to their social status.
After midnight is a journey into different subgenre of horror seen through the eyes and style of eight different directors. An eight episodes movie that reflects fear and terror in their multiple faces.
First they fought the Corona Zombies. Then they Saved the Tiger King. Now sexy LA airheads Barbie & Kendra bring their ditsy brand of quarantine quirk on an adventure that’s truly out of this world! Full Moon’s notorious coronaverse expands anew in BARBIE & KENDRA STORM AREA 51, the third (but not final!) movie in the world’s only quarantine set and shot film franchise. Get ready for a heady dose of pandemic panic as the sexy and spacey dynamic duo (played once more by Cody Renee Cameron and Robin Sydney) turn on the TV and get tuned into a viral saga that takes them deep into the forbidden fortress of Area 51 and beyond Combing insanely funny new footage with hilariously re-dubbed retro sci-fi cinema awesomeness, BARBIE & KENDRA STORM AREA 51 is the wackiest coronasploitation comedy yet! Bonus features include: Full Moon Features Trailers
Hana’s search for her son’s body leads her to the sleepy town of Billing, where her investigations uncover more than she expected and threaten to expose the towns secrets… secrets that both the living and the dead will fight to protect.
A small, rural village is terrorized by an unexplained evil force who drains the blood from its victims. A discredited police detective, who believes the killings are the work of vampires, must team up with his former partner to uncover the truth of these ritualistic, seemingly supernatural murders.