Christmas time approaches, snow is falling and the once opulent and lively Butler House has now stood abandoned for many years following the mysterious death of its proprietor. Jeffrey Butler, grandson to the property’s namesake is in town to sell his inheritance but just why he has appeared after so long and what dark secrets lie within the Butler family history are a puzzle to the locals. An entertaining piece that often has a charm in its roughness, Silent Night, Bloody Night gives us some memorable kills complete with the help of that old favourite Kensington Gore.
Four Hamilton High School seniors have been hiding the truth of what happened to ten-year-old Robin Hammond for six long years. But someone saw what they did and is preparing for vengeance – a prom night killing spree. Hooded, masked, and wielding an axe, he’ll stalk his prey in the dark, empty halls, striking when his victims are alone. As the spotlight falls on the newly-crowned prom king and queen, will the killer be stopped before he can exact his murderous revenge..?
“If you’re not back by midnight… you won’t be coming home.”
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment are happy to bring Rebekah and David Ian McKendry’s All the Creatures Were Stirring and Craig Anderson’s Red Christmas to old-school VHS!
“This Christmas, the only thing under the tree is terror.”
This Japanese inspired horror tee, long sleeve, and vintage wash tee from Black Christmas is available for pre-order now!
“It’s beginning to look a lot like…bloodshed!”
Two couples, each working through relationship issues, rent a gorgeous house in the desert for a sex and drug-fuelled escape from reality. As tensions escalate over the course of a debauched night, things take an unexpected turn when a woman claiming to be a neighbour with car trouble shows up at the door. She seems harmless enough… or so, they think. As the twists and turns pile up so does the body count!
“I am so sorry… My car broke down…and…I was wondering if I could just use the phone really quick?”
Robocop meets Office Space in Garo Setian’s sci-fi feature debut! 🤖 A workplace robot, AUTO, transforms into a killing machine when he discovers he will be replaced by a more efficient model.
Garo Setian directed, produced, and edited Automation, and co-wrote alongside Rolfe Kanefsky and Matthew L. Schaffer. The film stars Elissa Dowling, Parry Shen, genre multi-hyphenate Graham Skipper, Sarah French and scream queen Sadie Katz as office employees thrust into peril by a spiteful robot.
“The ultimate war machine… has come to work.”
In collaboration with Waxwork Records, Sacred Bones Records is proud to announce Parasite original motion picture soundtrack by Jung Jae Il in four limited and exclusive double LP variants!
“Act like you own the place.”
You know ’em, you love ’em; Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, Chuck Norris, Jackie Chan…all beloved martial arts action stars. Discovered in the 80s, all of them have had interesting and varied careers, with plenty of highs and lows. There have been the duds and there have been shining moments of celluloid (and silver screen) magic. If you’re a fan of cult classics, these names ring a special bell, one with a resounding gong. It’s interesting to note that they’ve all displayed their serious sides as well as their comedic chops…
“You do everything they tell you, eh? You’re their little doggie!”
The terrifying spectre of ‘The Hangman’ returns in this nightmarish sequel to smash-hit supernatural thriller The Gallows.
When Auna Rue, a teenage vlogger and aspiring actress, logs onto a sinister website, she’s soon trapped in the malevolent world of cursed stage play, The Gallows. After performing a passage from the play for her tiny online fan base, Auna instantly achieves the stardom she seeks – as well as a twisted challenge from the deadly spirit of The Hangman himself…
“Evil chooses you.”
On 27 January, Indicator begins the new year with two offbeat classics of American 60s and 70s cinema and a pair of uncompromising British dramas from the 80s and 90s.
Curtis Harrington’s acclaimed Night Tide (1961); William Richert’s brilliantly off-kilter Winter Kills (1979); Paul Greengrass’ unflinching Resurrected (1989); and last but far from least, Peter Mullan’s jet-black comedy, Orphans (1998).
“Sensual ecstasy becomes supernatural terror!”
A spectacle on a scale unfathomable to the human mind, the monsters of Toho rise. Mondo is proud to announce the first in a series of officially licensed offerings with the legendary film company Toho Co., Ltd.