In a week defined by shopping, our friends at the studios have seemingly forgotten about horror. The lovable bad movie producers, Asylum are unleashing 2010: Moby Dick, which promises to be every bit as bad (in a good way) as one can imagine. Grotesque gets the DVD and Blu-ray treatment. It’s the film that Nick Cage famously turned over to the FBI and is easily the most buzz-worthy item of the week.
Horror In Your House
November 23rd, 2010
2010: Moby Dick – Asylum Entertainment
A modern adaptation of the classic novel of the captain of a high tech submarine and his obsessive quest to destroy the enormous prehistoric whale that maimed him.
GROTESQUE (Blu-ray/DVD) – Media Blasters
A story of fear and torture so disturbing it’s been banned in multiple countries! An unnamed doctor has always had everything he’s ever wanted, but that has only made him develop more extreme and depraved needs. He kidnaps a young couple in the prime of their lives and forces them into a game of torment that slowly extinguishes their hopes for survival.
HIDE AND GO KILL – Cinema Epoch
A blog on a mysterious website quickly spreads like wildfire, starting a dangerous online game. At 3:00 in the afternoon, a teddy bear stuffed with rice and nails is sunk into a bathtub. The lights go out and the player is required to stab the bear with the knife, then write their experiences in the blog. But lately the comments have taken a dark, demented turn, as if the players are being possessed.
HIDE AND GO KILL 2 – Cinema Epoch
When Ritsuko disappears, her friend Ryoko discovers that she was playing a strange online game of hide and seek. She begins to wonder if it could be related to her disappearance somehow. Ryoko then discovers that the game is more sinister than it appeared at first. It is linked to demonology and the supernatural. Will she be able to get past her fears and superstitions to discover what secrets the game might hold?
LESBIAN VAMPIRES – Chemical Burn Entertainment
Carmilla, Queen of the Lesbian Vampires, hungers for the hot blood of sweet young, Lilith. In her secluded castle, Carmilla shows her new guest the pleasures of girl-on-girl love and the wicked delights of demonic lust with the depraved vampires of Carmilla’s coven. Loaded with eroticism, horror and a touch of humor, here is a private look at the world of vampires that features our own ladies of the night who are now ready to come out of the closet as well as their coffins. PLUS, a trip to the cemetery with Mr. Creepo brings back the spirit of Ed Wood. Special Features include Dungeon Scenes.
LORNA: THE EXORCIST – Mondo Macabro
Patrick, a rich businessman, celebrates his daughter Linda’s 18th birthday by taking her and his wife to a famous casino resort in the south of France, where, 20 years earlier, he had won the money that enabled him to start his business and begin his rise to the top. At the casino he meets the beautiful and mysterious Lorna, whom he first encountered that night 20 years ago. She reminds him that he made a promise to her back then. She is the power behind his success and now she has returned to claim her reward – his daughter, Linda. A masterpiece of transgressive horror from Jess Franco.
VOMIT GORE TRILOGY – Unearthed Films
Teenage runaway Angela Aberdeen (Ameara LaVey) has made a pact with Satan in a desperate attempt to escape the trauma and abuse suffered throughout her short life – The Vomit Gore Trilogy is a mind-altering, demonic triptych of events depicting Angela’s gruesome and Hellish journey through life and death. In stark and consummate detail, the trilogy represents the travails of the sexually abused, bulimic teenager as she turns to stripping, prostitution and the porn industry for her survival, and is finally consumed by a dark, Satanic, multidimensional underworld of drugs, cruelty, madness, vomit and destruction. Box set includes all three Vomit Gore films (Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, ReGoregitated Sacrifice, Slow Torture Puke Chamber).
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