Here are some of the horror DVD/Blu-Ray releases for February 4th!
In five audacious episodes, failed architect and arch-sociopath Jack recounts the elaborately orchestrated murders—each, as he views them, a towering work of art—that define his “career” as a serial killer. Mixing pitch black humor, transcendent surrealism, and renegade musings on everything from history to architecture to cinema, von Trier fashions a radical, blazingly personal inquiry into violence, art, and the twin acts of creation and destruction.
Aspiring fashion designer Rose Miller has her dreams turned into a nightmarish reality when a freak accident leaves her horribly disfigured. After receiving a miracle procedure involving an experimental skin graft from the mysterious Burroughs Clinic, Rose is transformed into the beauty of her dreams. But nothing comes without a cost and Rose begins to feel terrifying side effects that tear at her last threads of sanity. What price will Rose have to pay to have everything she ever wanted? It may just cost her-her humanity.
A bullied boy and his tormentors discover a creature while doing school-mandated community service. Claiming her for their own, the group of kids keep the creature captive, revealing the monster within themselves as her ferocious sister scours the city in search of her missing sibling. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
Creatures of the night awaken for this years Halloween Monster Marathon hosted by Malvolia: The Queen of Screams. Strap in for more freaky flicks with a new batch of indie directors. Spooky tales such as a Halloween celebration turned deadly in A Samhain Liturgy , and something unholy in the basement desires a nun in Sister Mary (Tory Van Buskirk of Alone ), otherworldly strangers need fresh meat in Dead Lift (Stephen Wolfe of Doll Factory ), explore the difference between hatchets and tomahawks at the best Halloween party ever in Apache Hatchet Massacre II (Max Groah of Bong of the Living Dead ) and a serial killer has a big problem in Overkill (Drew Marvick of Pool Party Massacre ). Including faux trailers from other indie filmmakers – Treaters (Zane Hershberger of Force to Fear ), Truck Squatch (John Hale of The Conduit ), The Candy Taker (Robert Lanphere of Cryptids ) and The October Kids (Brett DeJager of BoneJangles ).
Mild-mannered film technician Edward enjoys his job. That is, until he finds himself transferred from his regular post to the “Splatter and Gore department”, where he’s forced to edit hours upon hours of grisly video nasty footage. Traumatised by the onscreen violence, Ed starts to lose his grip on reality with ghastly (and bloody) consequences…
For over 40 years, Michael Myers has terrified audiences with his frightening mask and relentless brutality. The Halloween 2-Movie Collection includes the original, groundbreaking film from director John Carpenter along with its blockbuster sequel…40 years later. In the original Halloween (1978), a night of babysitting turns into a desperate struggle for survival for teenager Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) when masked psychopath Michael Myers terrorizes her neighborhood. The horror continues in Halloween (2018) when Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and seeks vengeance on Laurie, who has spent the past four decades preparing for their final confrontation.
Meet Elmer. He s your friendly neighborhood parasite with the ability to induce euphoric hallucinations in his hosts. But these LSD-like trips come with a hefty price tag: when young Brian comes under Elmer s addictive spell, it s not long before he finds himself scouring the city streets in search of his parasite friend s preferred food source brains!
A man becomes obsessed with a phenomenon where facts and events have been collectively misremembered by thousands of people. Believing it to be the symptom of something larger, his search for answers brings him to the brink of insanity when a startling revelation forces him to make a difficult decision that, if he is right, could have consequences for the entire world. Starring Charlie Hofheimer, Aleksa Palladino, Robin Lord Taylor, and Clarke Peters.