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Slash Into This Yummy ‘Porkchop’ 3-D Poster and Trailer



Razor Sharp Studios is proud to announce the completion and release of their film Porkchop 3D on DVD and 3D Blu-Ray. Porkchop 3D was filmed entirely in stereoscopic (“Real-D”) 3D and will be available as such on Blu-Ray, as well as regular 2D and red/blue anaglyph 3D on the DVD. The film is currently available for pre-order in both formats through the company’s website.

Each release will be limited to only 200 copies and will come individually numbered and autographed by cast and crew. The discs will begin shipping September 1st.

From award-winning director Eamon Hardiman (Zombie Babies, Porkchop, Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind), Porkchop 3D tells the story of a group of Porkchop’s surviving would-be victims, out for revenge against the infamous pig-masked serial killer. Unfortunately, they never suspect that this time, Porkchop is not alone! Starring Kaylee Williams (Slices of Life), Sam Qualiana (Snow Shark), Danny Hicks (Evil Dead 2), and Brian Gunnoe (Zombie Babies), Porkchop 3D is full of breasts, blood, and more breasts UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL in the glorious third dimension!

Featuring the music of The Renfields, Lords of the Highway, and The Tom McGees, Porkchop 3D promises a fun and frightening backwoods bloodbath the likes of which have never been seen before!

Porkchop 3D was made over a period of nine days, shot entirely in Charleston, WV on a budget of approximately $3,000. It also manages to be the lengthiest feature in Razor Sharp Studios’ history and also holds the largest body-count: 22 deaths on screen.

Porkchop was the winner of the 2011 TLA Cult Video award for “Best Horror DVD.” Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind was recently accepted into the Fright Night Film Festival and screened at Blood on the Beach. Porkchop II: Rise of the Rind streets September 25th alongside Razor Sharp’s previous film Zombie Babies from distributor Alternative Cinema/Independent Entertainment.


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