American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) and Something Weird are delighted to announce that The Defilers + A Smell of Honey, A Swallow of Brine is now available to pre-order!
Roger Corman’s suspenseful, cult classic, Beast from Haunted Cave – newly restored from a 4K scan of 35mm archival materials – will be released as a special collector’s edition on Blu-ray and DVD, 24th October, from Film Masters just in time for Halloween.
“Screaming young girls sucked into a labyrinth of horror by a blood-starved ghoul from Hell.”
The inaugural release from Film Masters is a two-disc collection featuring cult favorite The Giant Gila Monster and The Killer Shrews; originally released as a drive-in double-feature in 1959.
“The biggest terror ever unleashed on the screen!”
The eye-popping breakout horror hit from RackaRacka, Talk to Me, arrives exclusively from Umbrella Entertainment in a 4K Dolby Vision HDR SteelBook (+ Blu-ray) with a stack of features and a full-sized customisable replica embalmed hand.
“Write your name. Play the game.”PRESS PLAY ►
On 20 November (UK), and 21 November (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to showcase the terrifying talents of Newcastle’s Norman Carter Slaughter (aka Tod Slaughter) – the first true icon of British horror cinema – in a long-overdue box set.
“The Horror Man of Europe!”
Boutique label Treasured Films follows up its inaugural release of The Last Hunter with something a little different; Jeff Lieberman’s satirical seasonal shocker Satan’s Little Helper (2004).
“Your house is next.”
On 23 October (UK), and 24 October (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to present two more 4K restorations in its acclaimed series of films by European horror auteur Jean Rollin, both of which are amongst his best-loved works.
“If you don’t really exist, then I know that I’m mad.”
American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) are excited beyond words to announce that Terminal Degeneration: The Films of Jon Moritsugu is now available to pre-order!
“Who invented punk?”
On 21 August (UK), and 22 August (USA/Canada), Indicator is proud to present two more 4K restorations in its ongoing series of films by European horror auteur Jean Rollin, including his controversial first feature, and a lesser-known gem.
“Disguise those corpses, destroy their clothes, and make sure that they remain dead forever. Don’t forget, they are vampires.”
Something has been disturbed, something that’s out for blood but no-one realises just how dangerous it is: there are worse things in the sea than sharks…
“Each year 10,000 tourists visit Ocean Beach. This summer Ocean Beach has attracted SOMETHING ELSE!”
When they arrive to spend the weekend in a large country villa, the guests are expecting a chance to unwind and make merry. Unfortunately, their host has neglected to mention that there are zombies in the basement. They’re feeling peckish too…
“The gates of hell have opened.”
The 101 Films x AGFA collection returns with The Sword and the Claw (1975), a psychotronic masterpiece of 70s Turkish cinema, and The AGFA Horror Trailer Show, a senses-shattering trailer compilation unleashed from the American Genre Film Archive dungeons.