Umberto Lenzi’s mean-spirited 1974 poliziotteschi, Almost Human, is getting the high definition upgrade courtesy of your partners-in-crime; Shameless Screen Entertainment.
Also known under the name The Devil’s Daughter, Michele Soavi’s The Sect (1991) is an intricately stitched, cult masterpiece; from a decade not well regarded for its genre output. Soavi himself had already cemented his career as a director of the macabre, with his feature length debut StageFright (1987) and Dèmoni sequel-turned-standalone horror The Church (1989). Indeed, The Sect would also be branded a Dèmoni sequel upon its home video release.
“Satan has chosen his victims. The battle with evil has begun.”
Also known by the appropriate name Cathedral of Demons, Michele Soavi’s 1989 Italian Gothic horror The Church is widely considered as the official sequel to Lamberto Bava’s Demons 2 (1986).
Indeed The Church was originally conceived as Demons 3, but upon Soavi’s insistence the film stands alone. For those of you who intend to purchase the new release from Shameless Screen Entertainment, The Church has no direct thematic link to either Demons (1985) or Demons 2 (1986).
“In this unholy sanctuary you haven’t got a prayer…”
In 1988, Dick Maas, a Dutch film director who has gain success within his native country with films such as De Lift and Flodder, brought to the screen one of his biggest pictures, the horror action thriller, Amsterdamned. Which at the American Film Market of 1988, would go on to become the third highest selling motion picture that year.
But what is Amsterdamned and should we thank Shameless for bringing it to us in their latest release?
“Be glad you’re afraid. It means you’re still alive.”
From Shameless Screen Entertainment’s ever growing catalogue of horror and the unseen gems from the past, we bring you the tale of The Black Cat by Lucio Fulci. With gothic themes and a ripping story of a malevolent cat, the supernatural and murder, Lucio Fulci’s 1981 film has all the ingredients for the ideal Halloween treat. A tale that may send tingles down your spine and a hankering for what has been missing from modern day horror fare in what should be a classic.