Freestyle Digital Media has announced the cable, satellite and Digital HD release of the tension-ridden thriller Goodbye Honey, from director/co-writer Max Strand and co-writer/producer Todd Rawiszer. Dawn, a truck driver, pulls into a state park to get some sleep when she is ambushed by Phoebe, a young woman who claims she is fleeing from an abductor. Dawn is wary of Phoebe’s story, leading to a struggle that leaves her phone broken, the keys missing, and nothing but darkness between them and help. As the night progresses, it becomes clear they are not alone.
Romina, an overworked nurse and single mother, returns home from her late shift on Halloween night to find Chris, a forlorn maniac, hiding out with Alan, a bruised and beaten hostage within her home. Her home becomes the stage for Chris to enact brutal justice up Alan whom he blames for an alleged act of horrendous inexcusable violence against a close family member. Romina finds herself plunged into a personal hell as she struggles to side with either party. The worst is yet to come. An unexpected wave of violent intruders descend upon the neighbourhood and lay siege to her home.
“Nothing good this way comes.”
Available for the very first time on vinyl, Waxwork Records is proud to present Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The Lords of Salem is a 2012 American supernatural horror film written, produced, and directed by Rob Zombie.
“Heretic. Witch. Devil.”
Easter 1985. Anthony Smith, more commonly known as The Easter Ripper, is executed after being convicted for the murder spree of several young children he had abducted from a shopping mall – under the guise of The Easter Bunny – and tortured at his “murder house”, leaving lives shattered and families ripped apart.
“Tonight, we’ll go inside his vacant home, where 11 innocent children spent their final moments in agonizing pain and terror.”
Campfire stories aren’t real – are they? 88 Films are proud to present the complete Urban Legend trilogy on UK Blu-ray for the first time (limited to 5000 copies), completely uncut! Even better than listening to spooky old stories, these three films are modern slasher classics.
“…the call is coming from INSIDE the house…”
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment presents Willy’s Wonderland on limited edition, fully functional VHS! Available for pre-order 13th April!
“He’s not trapped in there with them. They’re trapped in here with him.”
Fright-Rags has teamed with EMCE Toys to create limited edition Night of the Living Dead merchandise, which is up for pre-order for five days only. Fright-Rags has also added officially licensed Bride of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man and Creepshow second season tees to their collections!
“They’re coming to get you, Barbara!”
Samuel Goldwyn Films is set to debut the horror-thriller Making Monsters to audiences across the United States; having previously made appearances at Shriekfest, Portland Horror Film Festival, and Hexploitation Film Festival. From co-directors Justin Harding (Latched) and Rob Brunner, Making Monsters involves one night of terror when a social media prankster (Tim Loden) and his fiancee (Alana Elmer) find their idyllic country weekend turn into the ultimate video prank, finding themselves cast in a home-made film of torture where the stakes are life and death!
“We’re gonna have so much fun!”
Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the debut release of Alice, Sweet Alice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Stephen Lawrence. Alice, Sweet Alice is a 1976 American Slasher-Horror film directed by Alfred Sole and starring Brooke Shields in her film debut.
“A story of unnatural love… and unnatural death.”
Straight out of the classic 1981 sequel, Halloween II, Mezco Toyz and MDS Mega Scale presents the boogeyman himself, Michael Myers!
“I shot him six times! I shot him in the heart, but… he’s not human!”
Fright-Rags continues its domination of horror merchandise with exciting releases from The Thing, Mandy, and Halloween III: Season of the Witch.
“I dunno what the hell’s in there, but it’s weird and pissed off, whatever it is.”
Murphy’s Law says that anything that can go wrong will go wrong – and that’s just how tough cop Jack Murphy feels. His marriage is over, he’s drinking too much and – oh boy – now he’s the target of a psycho trying to frame him for murder one. But Bronson isn’t licked that easily. Aided and abetted by street punk Arabella, he fights back: someone’s going to learn the hard way that you don’t mess with Jack Murphy…