Troma Entertainment is proud to team up with prestigious Los Angeles arthouse cinema Laemmle for a socially distanced fantoxic virtual premiere of the slasher comedy that dares to ask the question “what is docking?”, Slashening: The Final Beginning, 30th April at Covid-Safe Laemmle Virtual Cinema. To kick off the premiere there will be a Friday Night Q&A with cast, crew and producer Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of The Toxic Avenger. It’s virtual, so fans can bring the arthouse experience right to their quarantine pods!
In partnership with Broke Horror Fan, Witter Entertainment are very excited to present PG: Psycho Goreman on official VHS! One of the year’s most fun, and gory, movies – chocked full of practical effects and throwback sci-fi-horror-comedy vibes!
“Little girl. Big psycho.”
Jim Jarmusch’s crypto-vampire love story film, Only Lovers Left Alive won the 2013 Cannes award for best soundtrack. The soundtrack, predominantly by Dutch lutenist Jozef Van Wissem and SQÜRL, also features Zola Jesus, Yasmin Hamdan and Madeline Follin.
“Cool people never die.”
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment presents Mayhem, Host, and Survival Skills on limited edition, fully functional VHS! The latest genre films to join their retro home video line are on sale now!
“Hostile. Work. Environment.”
Funny, heartfelt, and unconventional are three words that sum up the Irish horror comedy Extra Ordinary. Rose Dooley reluctantly has to use her talents in talking to ghosts (and sending them to the afterlife) after Christian Winter, a one-hit-wonder rock star makes a deal with the devil to be on top again.
Despite its dark subject matter, there isn’t anything really scary about this film, and if it wasn’t for the language and sexual content, it could be rated 12. The humour throughout most of the film is more silly than laugh-out-loud. Each character has their own quirky trait, like Rose and her awkwardness.
“Putting the normal in paranormal.”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to present PG: Psycho Goreman Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Blitz//Berlin. PG: Psycho Goreman is a 2021 Canadian science fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Steven Kostanski.
“Little girl. Big psycho.”
Meet Rex Coen, a convicted felon who has just spent the last eight years in prison after a bank heist went off-kilter… You see, the mask-wearing misfits didn’t realise Rex was in the building, and he had no problem fucking up their day. Wrong place, wrong fucking time!
Unfortunately, laying down vigilante justice has its drawbacks… And thus an extended European vacation is in order. The destination? Helsinki, Finland!
“My concern is getting back to the life I had. Getting the fuck out of this place. And getting back to my friends in the good ol’ U S of A where we don’t fucking EAT people! Capeesh?”
On 8th February, Edward Murphy’s Raw Force (1982) arrives in the UK on Blu-ray for the first time, from 101 Films. A crazy, over-the-top mix of martial arts and horror, this sleazy gem stars exploitation greats Cameron Mitchell and Vic Diaz, and features everything from zombies to cannibal monks. When the Burbank Kung Fu Club travels to this mysterious island, they quickly find themselves facing the bloodthirsty vengeance of flesh-ripping, kung fu fighting zombies…
“One blow! The deathblow!”
The Horror Collective, Eclectic Vision and Heart Sleeve Productions present Bloody Hell in select U.S. theaters, drive-ins and on-demand 14th January; and Blu-ray/DVD 19th January. Bloody Hell is a horror with levity set between Boise, Idaho and Helsinki, Finland which follows our lead character Rex Coen, a man with a mysterious past, whom flees the country to escape his own personal hell – only to arrive somewhere much, much, much worse… Waking up drugged, beaten, and tied up… Rex turns to his personified conscience, which he conjured up to help him cope with his horrific past.
“One hell of a fairy tale.”
Third Window Films is pleased to announce a special edition Blu-ray set of two gruesome fantastical pieces of ‘geki-mation’ (imaginative hand-drawn cutout animation) from the weird and wonderful world of Japanese director UJICHA; available 25th January. Bobby and his friend Akkun set out for the mountains to build a secret hideout. On their way, they stumble upon a mysterious amusement park called Violence Voyager.
“This is the land of dreams and ideals. This is where you must fight for your future.”
Cinephiles rejoice! Super7 has four new special edition glow-in-the-dark ReAction Figures straight from the silver screen, on cardbacks that pay tribute to the iconic Remco monster packaging from the 1980s!
“Suspense and shock beyond anything you have seen or imagined!”
A home invasion at Christmas is what I expected when I first heard about this film, but what I watched was different… The home invasion elements are there, and as it’s based during Christmas, it reminded me of Home Alone; the trip-wire outside being an obvious reference. But Better Watch Out is even more disturbing than I imagined; a story about a child obsessed with his babysitter who is planning to leave town after Christmas. Levi Miller as 12-year-old Luke is the star of the film and flips between a range of emotions at ease. This makes him Luke more unnerving than if he was pure evil.