This month Severin Films released three of the finest Australian horror movies in Blu-ray/DVD combo packs, Patrick, Thirst and Dead Kids, as well as an exhaustive DVD compilation of coming attractions The Ozploitation Trailer Explosion.
We have (2) two sets of all four to give away – but that’s not all! The two lucky winners will also receive a Dead Kids sleeve signed by Academy Award winning writer Bill Condon (Chicago, Gods and Monsters), producer Antony Ginnane (Patrick, Turkey Shoot) and FX artist Craig Reardon (Poltergeist, The Gate, Goonies).
TO ENTER: Put SEVERIN PRIZE PACK in the subject line and then send your FULL NAME and ADDRESS to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners must live in the U.S. No Po Boxes. Winners chosen at random.
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PATRICK – Richard (PSYCHO 2, ROAD GAMES) Franklin’s original masterpiece, complete with exclusive new extras including an original on-set interview with Franklin, extended NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD interviews with Franklin, stars Susan Penhalogon and Rod Mullinar and screenwriter Everett De Roche, as well as the rare Italian track featuring an amazing score by Goblin.
DEAD KIDS aka STRANGE BEHAVIOR – The most bizarre slasher set in small town Illinois but filmed in New Zealand and produced by an Aussie with an all-star cast, directed by the producer of TWO LANE BLACKTOP, co-written by the Oscar-winning director of GODS AND MONSTERS, with FX by the guy behind THE FUNHOUSE, THE GOONIES, THE GATE and POLTERGEIST. Includes two commentaries and an all-new featurette with aforementioned practical FX guru Craig Reardon.
THIRST – Rod Hardy’s modern twist on the vampire legend starring David Hemmings (DEEP RED) and Henry Silva (THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE).
OZPLOITATION TRAILER EXPLOSION – 65 incredible Ozploitation trailers of Ockers/softcore sex films, horror and action movies from down under.
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