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Horror In Your House: June 7, 2011



This week is light on big names films, but does feature some solid choices led by Exorcismus – which is the latest and best of the possession movies released of late. Tokyo Shock is back with another ridiculous movie with Psycho Gothic Lolita. It seems there is a never-ending supply of cheap batsh*t crazy flicks from our friends in Japan – which I consider a good thing. And `80s Italian horror lovers can watch some kick ass looking zombies by picking up Burial Ground, now out on Blu-ray. Have a great week everyone!
Horror In Your House
June 7th, 2011

ASYLUM OF THE DAMNED (Blu-ray) – 1-2-3-4 GO

A young psychology resident is excited about his new job at a mental hospital, and the chance to help severely ill patients. But excitement turns to puzzlement, concern, and finally terror as the patients begin to mysteriously die. Things begin to clarify when James finally encounters the Harvester.

BURIAL GROUND (Blu-ray) – Shriek Show

Set at a remote palatial estate, BURIAL GROUND: NIGHT OF TERRORS finds a group of socialites staying at a reclusive host’s mansion, hoping for a full of pleasure. Instead, they find themselves being pursued by the undead, the result of a careless scientist’s morbid experiments. One of a legion of films inspired by Fulci’s ZOMBIE, BURIAL GROUND contains all the necessary elements for a good zombie movie including maggot-infested corpses, entrail eating, and, as a bonus, an incestuous mother and son relationship in which the son appears to be played by a 30 year-old dwarf.

MICAH SAYS: Early `80s zombie flick with excellent Italian gore and makeup. It’s basically a rip off of Fulci (which makes this a rip off of a rip off), but I love this kind of stuff. Not necessarily to buy, but this one would be in my instant queue in a heartbeat.


When a group of teens sets out to record a documentary film about mass murders at a local amusement park, they soon learn that certain things should be left alone.


Fifteen-year-old Emma Hawkins is like any other teenage girl; she thinks that her parents don’t understand her. She longs for independence and a life free of family ties and responsibilities and she is prepared to do anything to achieve it. But one day she will be forced to face up to the consequences of her actions. Life seems to be carrying on as normal, until one day Emma starts experiencing frightening fits. Her parents are convinced that her problems are either medical or psychological, but when doctors


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