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‘Evils of the Night’ Finally Hits Blu-ray; ‘Town That Dreaded Sundown’ in New Triple Pack

There’s a cult classic or two on the way this fine Tuesday, and a few other choice selections that may surprise you, like an insanely cool triple-feature that includes the wicked good remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown. Take a look at what’s hitting shelves today!

Atroz (Blu-ray)

A woman has been brutally struck down by a car and the two drivers have been obtained by the police. The unorthodox commander-in-chief decides to check out the assailant’s car for himself and makes a gruesome discovery on a camcorder. The video recorder features the relentless torture and murder of a prostitute. The police decide to deal out some justice of their own — justice that would make even the criminals cringe — by interrogating their perpetrators, they discover more videotapes exposing even more sexually deviant torture and murder.

Blood Redd (DVD)

Every full moon another body appears. Every time its a young woman ravaged beyond recognition. With every autopsy performed, forensic pathologist Mortimer Clark grows more convinced of the culprit behind these grisly murders, a large canine. At 16 years old, none of this worries Lauren Redd. What worries her is the fact she is being forced to spend a boring weekend at her grandmother’s house. Her visit soon takes a dark turn when she finds herself ensnared in the trap of a manipulative killer. Backed into a corner, Lauren won’t go down without a fight as she turns the tables on her capture. As Mortimer closes in on the killer’s trail he realizes time is running out for Lauren because tonight is the night of the full moon. A night when a killer’s evil is no match for a beast’s appetite. A night that belongs to a werewolf.

Dreadtime Stories (DVD & Blu-ray)

A party turns bizarre when a malevolent book makes its way into the hands of the attendees who reveal its tales of monsters, madmen and the supernatural. Some stories are better left untold. An Anthology Film, with several stories that intertwine as one, along the lines of Creepshow or Tales from the Darkside.

Evils of the Night (Blu-ray)

It’s geriatric aliens vs. sex obsessed teens in Mardi Rustam’s outrageous EVILS OF THE NIGHT! Beautiful young women have been disappearing and no one can figure out how and where they go. But in the darkness, sinister forces are lurking: a group of aliens (John Carradine, Tina Louise, and Julie Newmar) have been draining the local youth of their blood so that they can live forever!

Serial Killers Collection (DVD)

Town that Dreaded Sundown: While on a trip to Lovers’ Lane, 17-year-old Jami (Addison Timlin) watches as her date is brutally slain by a masked serial killer. Barely escaping with her life, she becomes obsessed with finding the man referred to as “The Phantom.” As the body count climbs and the carnage comes closer, Jami delves deeper into the mystery, following clues that point her toward the killer’s true identity. Starring Anthony Anderson, Gary Cole, Edward Herrman, Joshua Leonard, Denis O’Hare, Travis Tope and Veronica Cartwright, “The Town That Dreaded Sundown” puts Texarkana back on the map for all the wrong reasons.

Nobody Gets Out Alive: Hunter Isth has his life turned upside down when his young daughter is killed by a drunk teenage driver. In mourning, depressed and angry, Hunter disappears and is rumored to have moved away from Braiden Woods. As years go by, Hunter and his devastating story evolve into a myth, a myth that many consider to be just that, until a group of partying teenagers are brutally murdered one by one.

Shiver: Danielle Harris (Hatchet II & III) stars with Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers) and John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) in this savagely entertaining horror-thriller. The Gryphon is a serial killer with a flair for the dramatic – and a grisly trophy case of victims. But when he sets out to add shy, young secretary Wendy Alden (Harris) to his macabre collection, he gets more than he bargained for. Unfortunately, Wendy’s escape from his first assault only deepens the killer’s twisted obsession – and affection – for her. Always one step ahead of pursuing Detective Delgado (van Dien), the brilliant psychopath penetrates police lines at will, circling ever closer to the target of his deranged fantasies. Until, finally, the only thing standing between Wendy and the Gryphon’s unthinkable desires is her own desperate, indomitable will to survive.

 

About The Overseer (2283 Articles)
Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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