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    Holy poop there are a lot of horror DVD and Blu-ray releases this week. Check out the huge list below!

    Battle Royale: The Complete Collection (Blu-ray), Battle Royale (Blu-ray only) – Just in time for the release of The Hunger Games, Battle Royale goes Blu.

    In the near future, the economy has collapsed, unemployment has soared and juvenile crime has exploded. Fearful of their nation’s youth, the Japanese government passes The BR Law: Each year, a 9th grade class is sent to a remote island where they will be locked into exploding neck collars, given a random weapon, and forced to hunt and kill each other until there is only one survivor left. Chiaki Kuriyama and screen legend Takeshi Kitano star in the movie that has been argued, acclaimed and banned around the world. More than a decade later, it remains one of the most savage, shocking and emotionally powerful films of all time. Now experience the complete Director’s Cut of Kinji Fukasaku’s uncompromising masterpiece — nominated for 10 Japanese Academy Awards — available uncensored and unrated for the first time ever in America.

    Snow White: Deadly Summer – Another Snow White film!!! That makes four Snow White films being released in 2012!

    SNOW (Shanley Caswell) was stunned when her FATHER (Eric Roberts) remarried. Still hurt and reeling, Snow began a cycle of bad behavior. Resentful of the tension Snow has caused in the house, her stepmother LINDA (Maureen McCormick), convinces her father to send Snow away to a discipline camp. Snow learns that the camp has a history. There had been a murder there years prior and the prime suspect, one of the campers, disappeared into the woods never to be found again. When Snow starts to suspect that someone is watching from a distance… stalking them… she wonders if the killer may have returned. Soon, campers start dying off. Snow’s stepmother uses the camp’s troubled history as an excuse to get Snow out of the picture. She’s been killing the campers one by one and now Snow is next!

    Season In Hell: Evil Farmhouse Torture – The east coast of the US has been besieged by apocalyptic terrorist attacks. Friends Carl and George take flight. They seek supplies at an eerily quiet farmhouse only to meet a farmer named Marbas Hiram. They discover that Marbas is the crazed overseer to a basement full of women, some who worship him as a deranged Messiah. They discover the farmhouse is actually the gateway to Hell! Evoking the trippy style of Jess Franco and the savage intensity of early Wes Craven, “Season in Hell” is a surreal psychedelic homage to the 70′s era of horror films.

    Funeral Home (1981) – HYB Recommended The 1980s retro horror classic! Young and easily frightened 16-year old Heather is called to stay with her grandmother in the hopes of helping her turn an old funeral home into a bed-and-breakfast. But strange happenings and unexplained murders around the home quickly make this vacation spot a “”dead-and-breakfast”” – with no answers as to who or what is causing all the death. Well-executed gloomy thriller in the Hitchcock vein.

    Frauleins In Uniform (1973) – In the last days of WW2, women are volunteering from all over Germany to serve in the front lines from the Nazi Party by having sex with the brave Nazi soldiers. But when they start having sex with each other, things get complicated. Especially with the increasing danger from the revengeful Soviet army! AKA She Devils of the SS and Fraulein in uniform. From our friends at Cheezy Flicks.

    Deliverance From Evil (Starring HYB’s Molly Celaschi) – From DVD veterans The Quiroz Bros. comes a new tale of horror, Deliverance From Evil. A couple leave everything behind moving to San Francisco with their son. When they lose him in a tragic accident, they realize there’s an evil presence that doesn’t want them there. Forced to come to grips with the supernatural reality haunting them, they seek the help of a psychic to get rid of the evil spirit. Things take a turn for the worse when the angry presence refuses to leave their ‘haunted’ house. Can they escape demonic possession or will they join their son in eternal darkness? Stars Angel Aviles, Jose Rosete, cameo from horror icon Victor Miller, creator of Friday The 13th. NTSC all region, 85 minutes, 169, Dolby Digital stereo, PG-13.

    Creature – An ex-Navy seal, his girlfriend and their friends head out on a road trip to New Orleans. When the group decides to stop at a roadside convenience store, they are introduced to the legend of Lockjaw, a Creature who is part man, part alligator…The Legend has it that an inbred local man lost his family to a monstrous white alligator. And because of the devastating loss of his family, he was driven to madness and was transformed into the Creature. The group decides to head deeper into the swamps to check out the birthplace of this Creature legend. As they journey further into the backwoods the group inadvertently unleashes the Creature and all of it s TERROR!

    Claustrofobia – When Eva moved into her new apartment she couldn’t imagine the horror that came with it. Within a few days she is taken hostage by a mysterious figure and has her blood drawn for a purpose she will soon find out. Now Eva must fight for her freedom before her abductor can carry out his evil plan.

    Classic Splatter Pack (The Drive-in Massacre/The Driller Killer) – These two original, gore-soaked features are finally together on the most disturbing double bill ever – for double the value! Witness the birth of the splatter movie as these two twisted tales flash before your eyes! Watch as helpless teens are slaughtered while getting hot and heavy at “”The Drive-In Massacre,”” perhaps the ugliest movie ever made. Then recoil in hardware horror as “”The Driller Killer”” sinks his deadly bit into your spine and your skull while running rampant on the grungy streets of New York City. After these two splatter classics you will need a shower, or a body bag!

    Box Of Bigfoot: Hillbillies Vs. Sasquatch (3 Movie Pack) – It’s rednecks vs. Bigfoot and three times the flesh-tearing thrills – all for one low price! First up in this hairy and scary collection is the vintage classic “The Barbaric Beast of Boggy Creek” as a poor family is stalked by the beast in rural Arkansas. Then, to cool things down a bit is “Capture of Bigfoot,” where fur trappers and hunters go up against a family of winter Yeti intent on saving their land! And rounding out this trilogy of terror is “Legend of Bigfoot,” as a lone hunter searching for the elusive beast in the Northwest. Gear up for these down-home Sasquatch cinema classics!

    The Hills Have Eyes: Part 2 (Remastered Edition) (Blu-ray) (1985) and DVD – Everyone’s favorite desert-dwelling mutant cannibals return in this gruesome sequel to the classic drive-in shocker! Years after the original massacre that pitted a suburban family against a band of cave dwellers, traumatized survivors return to the wild on an expedition. When their bus breaks down, the travelers must fight off the hungry savages as they reemerge from the hills in search of dinner! Directed by horror maestro Wes Craven (Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream).

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