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CANDY CORN and THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT Spook Their Way onto Limited Edition VHS! 📼 Courtesy of Broke Horror Fan & Witter Entertainment

CANDY CORN and THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT Spook Their Way onto Limited Edition VHS! 📼 Courtesy of Broke Horror Fan & Witter Entertainment

Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment presents Candy Corn and The Houses October Built on official VHS, next Friday, 2nd October at 12PM EST / 9AM PST!

“This year there’s a new Halloween tradition.”

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Shinya Tsukamoto’s GEMINI on Blu-ray from Third Window Films (UK / 2 November)

Shinya Tsukamoto's GEMINI on Blu-ray from Third Window Films (UK / 2 November)

Third Window Films is pleased to announce Europe’s first blu-ray and the UK’s first release of Shinya Tsukamoto’s Gemini. Adapting the Edogawa Rampo short story The Twins, Shinya Tsukamoto’s modernist Meiji horror represents the director’s first foray into period films and fleshes out Rampo’s original tale of savage sibling rivalry considerably. Yukio is living a charmed life: he is a respected young doctor with a successful practice and a beautiful wife. His only problem is that his wife is suffering from amnesia…

“If you saw it, you’d feel you were in a daydream.”

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Cannibal XXX #1 (2020, UK) Review

Cannibal XXX #1 (2020, UK) Review

Artist/writer/creator Paul PJ Johnson has been a consistent and prominent figure on the UK independent comics scene for the past 7-8 years. Being well known for his character Razor Bastard is only half the story, as Johnson’s versatile imagination and unique artistic style has seen him also release some absolute gems, such as the epic graphic novel Death Truck and the amazing Once Monster. Now he’s back, with what may be his most raunchy, most graphic, and most violent creation: Cannibal XXX.

“Yeah, what’s the worst? You drop your toast, butter side down? … Oh yeah, being eaten alive by fucking cannibals!”

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Teething (2020, Canada) Review

Teething (2020, Canada) Review

A dog’s bark pierces the silence of the night as a man emerges from a car into the shadows wearing a Michel Myers style jumpsuit. We are only a few seconds in and already there is an atmosphere of intrigue and dread. The man is John, a janitor who has arrived to work a shift at an orphanage where strange occurrences are afoot. In an office turned nursing room, a woman holds a baby closely as vintage music pipes its way out of an old radio, adding to the overall sense of foreboding.

“I swear to god, I wanted to throw her right down the stairs earlier. It’s awful, I know. She’s teething…”

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Ravage (aka Swing Low) (2019, USA) Review

Ravage (aka Swing Low) (2019, USA) Review

A welcome throwback to classic hixploitation. If you were a fan of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Mother’s Day and the golden days of R&R movies, Ravage will bring you a ton of warm and fuzzy memories. From the effective score to the absolutely beautiful photography, director Teddy Grennan elevates a rather familiar narrative far above its starkly crude subject matter. Despite a few gaps in logic and plot, this is one of the few modern horror films that treats its Grand Guignol aspects with subtlety.

“Torture is the barometer of a nation’s creativity.”

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KNOTFEST Launches Exclusive Premiere Screening of the Award-Winning Horror Film ALIVE (11-17 September)

KNOTFEST Launches Exclusive Premiere Screening of the Award-Winning Horror Film ALIVE (11-17 September)

Commencing a partnership between horror genre specialists Cranked Up Films and Knotfest, the tandem has announced plans for an exclusive premiere screening of the award-winning horror film, Alive.

“Pain means you’re… ALIVE!”

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Celebrated Voice Cast Bathe in Animated Blood in TO YOUR LAST DEATH 🪓 Available on Blu-ray from Quiver Distribution (USA / 6 October)

Celebrated Voice Cast Bathe in Animated Blood in TO YOUR LAST DEATH Available on Blu-ray from Quiver Distribution (USA / 6 October)

Following a wildly successful run on the global film festival circuit, having netted over two dozen awards and 60 nominations, Coverage Ink and Quiver Distribution have announced the Blu-ray release of Jason Axinn’s To Your Last Death. The blood-splattered, time-warped animated family drama will be available on 6th October on Blu-ray, and is currently available on a number of digital and cable platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox. To Your Last Death combines a wildly imaginative script with eye-popping animation.

“Don’t hesitate to axe.”

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Touch of Death (aka When Alice Broke the Mirror) (1988, Italy) Review

Touch of Death (aka When Alice Broke the Mirror) (1988, Italy) Review

Lucio Fulci is so synonymous with movie splatter that it is kind of expected to see excessive amounts of bloodletting (and rimozione degli occhi) whenever his name appears during the opening credits. And whilst Touch of Death isn’t quite the same level of gorefest when compared with his earlier efforts, it still offers a generous amount of face-melting fun (literally) that made me fall in love with his giallo/horror output. Known in Italy as Quando Alice ruppe lo specchio, Touch of Death was developed as part of a series entitled I maestri del thriller aimed at the direct-to-video market.

“I don’t make mistakes. I won’t make mistakes.”

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Waxwork Records Presents John Carpenter’s THE FOG Vinyl Soundtrack

Waxwork Records Presents John Carpenter's THE FOG Vinyl Soundtrack

Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the 40th anniversary original score release of John Carpenter’s The Fog. The Fog is a 1980 American supernatural horror film directed, co-written, and scored by John Carpenter.

“When the fog rolls in… the terror begins!”

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