Tag: Severin Films

Severin Films Announces Release of Blood Island Films

Sadly to report the incredible and highly exclusive Dr. Lorca’s Head Bundle which limited to just 45 units, completely sold out, likely before the email notice even went out… Fret not… The Blood Oath Bundle still available… at $75.00 Wait what was the difference  it contained the Beast of Blood Mask So what does the…


Severin Films Press Release

On September 25, Severin Films unleashes two forgotten treasures in feasting on flesh with the emphasis on gut munching, with the release of Anthropophagous (1980) and Absurd (1981) these two movies come from director Joe D’Amato coming to Blu-Ray fully uncut and intended for those with strong stomachs.  In my opinion, the horror fans who…


The Changeling Wants to Play Press Release

Severin Films Presents THE CHANGELING – The 1980 horror classic in HD for the first time ever in America! Four different versions to choose from all the details found in this press release. It is perhaps the most chilling supernatural thriller of our time. It remains a career peak for star George C. Scott and…


New Releases for February 16 to 20, 2018

*Note, films may change dates unexpectedly. February 16, 2018 Black Creek (Directed by James Crow) Release Date: February 16, 2018 (VOD) Official Synopsis: Mike and Heather’s father die and they go to his favorite spot to spread his ashes. A cabin in the secluded woods. They are joined by some friends as they go for what is…


Horror News for January 2018

Every day I get press releases and like most sites I post them, on Facebook, sharing them with as many people as possible, however often they get, buried or even forgotten, therefore trying something new, including them here for your reference. DEMON HOUSE FREESTYLE DIGITAL MEDIA ACQUIRES “DEMON HOUSE” FOR MARCH RELEASE Paranormal-Themed Documentary Hits…


Turkey Shoot (1982) – By Baron Craze

Severin Films gave an impressive Blu-Ray package to the exploitative Australian film Turkey Shoot, from both producer Antony I. Ginnane (Snapshot) and director Brian Trenchard-Smith, a man with a reputation for designing and creating larger than life movies on tiny budgets, and one who is familiar with horror genre itself. His past works centering on…


The Devil’s Honey (1986) – By Baron Craze

  *This review might contain some explicit elements of this erotic thriller, you’ve been warned. * When a horror fan hears or sees the name Lucio Fulci, they think Zombie and gore sliding down the walls, all to the glee of gorehounds, yet there’s another world exists for Fulci, which was thrillers, of questionable sanity….


The Survivor (1981) – By Baron Craze

An Australian-made film that deviated from the current violent trend of Ozploitation and, instead, headed for a deeper conscience of self and mental scares, that film called The Survivor, directed by British actor David Hemmings. This movie marked his fourth time at the helm of a major film, working with screenwriter David Ambrose’s adaptation of…


Collector’s Attic: Horror Treasures of 2017 – By Baron Craze

As many know Horror Fans tend to be a feverish bunch of collectors always striving for the unique pieces whether they purchase them or design them on their own, and within this group, some focus on the mainstay heroes of the industry, Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers, Pinhead, Leatherface, among others, or just the subgenre i.e….