Here are some of the horror DVD/Blu-Ray releases for April 6th!
After losing her husband during the Great Plague, Grace Haverstock (Charlotte Kirk) is unjustly accused of being a witch and placed in the custody of England’s most ruthless witch-hunter, Judge Moorcroft (Sean Pertwee). Forced to endure physical and emotional torture while steadfastly maintaining her innocence, Grace must face her own inner demons as the Devil himself starts to work his way into her mind.
A female WWII pilot traveling with top secret documents on a B-17 Flying Fortress encounters an evil presence on board the flight.
Dario Argento (Suspiria, Deep Red) brings us a chilling giallo film like only the true master can. A series of grisly murders in the city match the work of a serial killer who appears to have escaped the authorities and disappeared without a trace seventeen years earlier. A retired police detective (Max von Sydow, The Exorcist, The Three Days of the Condor) who is familiar with the case comes out of retirement to catch the killer. Beautifully shot by Ronnie Taylor (Sea of Love) with a wonderful score by Goblin (The Church). The stellar cast includes Chiara Caselli (My Own Private Idaho) and Rossella Falk (Modesty Blaise).
A group of graduate students get more than they bargained for while searching for the legendary Bigfoot. Not only is he real, but there’s something far more evil lurking in the shadows, the Wendigo.
Good-ol’-boy handymen Val (Kevin Bacon) and Earl (Fred Ward) are sick of their dead-end jobs in one-horse desert town Perfection, Nevada (population: 14). Just as they’re about to escape Perfection forever, however, things start to get really weird: half-eaten corpses litter the road out of town; the phone lines stop working; and a plucky young scientist shows evidence of unusually strong seismic activity in the area. Something is coming for the citizens of Perfection… and it’s under the goddamn ground!
Without warning, millions of mysterious alien doors suddenly appear around the globe. In a rush to determine the reason for their arrival, mankind must work together to understand the purpose of these cosmic anomalies. Bizarre incidences occurring around the sentient doors leads humanity to question their own existence and an altered reality as they attempt to enter them.
Ria is a humanoid, programmed to be a dutiful housewife, reliving the same day over and over for a TV audience. When Ria is hacked, she takes the son of the Vice President hostage, threatening to kill him on live TV.
When Eun-soo s car is disabled in the country, he meets a mysterious girl who leads him to her storybook house deep in the forest. Trapped with the girl and her strange ageless siblings, he soon learns that all adult visitors meet a mysterious, terrifying fate! He discovers that their previous victim s deaths were foretold in the pages of a book of fairy tales. With no escape, will Eun-soo escape or end up chronicled in the dreaded book of fables?
Six friends get together for a long-overdue holiday at a cabin. The girls have organized a fun “seek and search” game, determining which guy they end up with. Little do they all know, a mysterious, masked killer has plans of his own to pick them off one by one.
The spirit of a deceased girl named Premika, dwells in a karaoke booth, waiting for her next victim to step up to the mic. One night, Premika is awakened and ready to kill the next person who sings out of tune.
Small town living suits Box just fine. Blue-collar, safe, simple. A passion for slaughter keeps him in line at the local abattoir where he has the chance to quench his thirst for blood. When Nathan, a young parolee arrives in town, Box is instructed to take him under his wing, and soon the two men bond over a bloody murder. Unable to resist the temptations of blood, the two form a friendship revolving around their sickness for bloodshed. A friendship which is bad news for everyone in town as they become lambs for the slaughter used solely as entertainment for the duo. This nail-biting suspense and gut-wrenching horror film is a uniquely Australian experience in cinematic terror. Director Sam Curtain mixes small-town life with classic horror films such as Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and Maniac to create a terrifying, nihilistic expedition into the darkest aspects of human nature.