|release date||November 12 2013|
|director||Chester Novell Turner|
|writer||Chester Novell Turner|
|starring||Shirley LaTanya Jones, Keefe Turner, Rickey Roach, Chester Tankersley|
SynopsisBLACK DEVIL DOLL FROM HELL: Wholesome Christian woman, Helen Black, is browsing through a local antique shop when she spots a ventriloquist doll. She is oddly drawn to the doll and decides to purchase it after being forewarned about the dolls mysterious past. Unbeknownst to her, the doll is Black Devil Doll from Hell. The devil doll comes alive and gives Helen her heartfelt wish, a wish she may soon regret! TALES FROM THE QUADEAD ZONE Food For?: A tale about hunger and it's effect on one poor family and one family member's soultion to this devastating problem! A tale you will never forget. The Brothers: A tale of hatred and revenge of supernatural proportions. Two brothers, Fred and Ted Johnson, brothers whom have hated eachother from birth. Fred dies of an apparent heart attack. Ted Steals his body from a funeral home to carry out a strange and bizarre deed that results in a chain of evens that Ted could not have foresee in this life or the next. Unseen Vision: A tale about Bobby, a dead little boy whom keeps brining his mother strange books to read to him...books that can't be found in this world!
Anyone who’s a SOV horror fan knows the name Chester Novell Turner. Back in the mid-80s, Turner wrote and directed two no-budget films that have gone on to become somewhat renowned in the underground. Black Devil Doll From Hell (1984), about a good-natured woman molested by a jive-talking ventriloquist’s dummy, and Tales From the QuadeaD Zone (1987), an anthology featuring a family of starving hillbillies and a killer clown, became infamous essentially through word of mouth and bootlegs. One VHS copy of QuadeaD Zone sold for $700 on eBay and recently, that same copy was sold for $1,300. Someday that copy may end up in the Smithsonian, but for now, there’s thankfully the more affordable DVD box set. …Read More