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New Releases This October From Mill Creek Entertainment


Night of the Living Dead

George A. Romero’s cult classic returns for it’s 50th Anniversary.

The indie horror masterpiece changed movies and the genre forever with its gleaming gore and terrifying twists.  Restored now in HIGH-DEFINITION, prepare for the frightening tale of five strangers struggling for survival against the walking undead.

They’re coming to get you…again!

  • A New 2K Transfer
  • Original 1.37:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Ranked #1 on Rolling Stone Magazine’s BEST ZOMBIE MOVIES OF ALL TIME!

The battle between good and evil has many victims…and one witness.

The classic horror story of Dr, Jekyll and Mr. Hyde gets a chilling new twist when seen through the eyes of Dr. Jekyll’s devoted maid, Mary Reilly.

Julia Roberts, John Malkovich and the writer and director of Dangerous Liaisons take terror to a new level as the immortal conflict between good and evil is played out in the soul of one man. Equally attracted to her kind employer, Dr. Jekyll, and his mysterious assistant, Mr. Hyde, Mary Reilly must confront her own dangerous desires if she is to survive humanity’s greatest evil.

Five Films Featuring One Of The Masters Of Horror!

Delve into the world of Vincent Price – experience films from the man that made Horror a work of art!

House on Haunted Hill – A wealthy man offers a hefty amount of money to a select five people that concur to being trapped in a haunted rental house overnight.

Last Man on Earth – Illness reforms any spark of human life into living dead, and the last man left on earth is forced to set out as a vampire hunter.

Shock – After a woman witnesses a man commit murder, she is locked into a private asylum to face her psychological issues – but the one who admitted her may be the one who indefinitely needs help.

The Bat – When psycho killer, “The Bat,” escapes, he runs loose in a mansion filled with people.

The Jackals – The heart does in fact, speak louder than the mind – convicted bank robber is after a gold miner, but quickly falls in love with his granddaughter, leading to a change of plans.

Evil Is In The Eye Of The Beholder!

Oscar®-winner Sir Anthony Hopkins stars as Quasimodo, the hunchbacked bell-ringer of Notre Dame’s Cathedral, falls in love with the beautiful gypsy dancer, Esmeralda. When Esmeralda is arrested for lewd dancing, she catches the eye of Quasimodo’s guardian, the archdeacon of the cathedral. Further unwanted affections are lavished upon her by a poor street poet. But Esmeralda’s love is reserved for a handsome soldier. When a mob accuses Esmeralda of being a murderer and a witch, Quasimodo must rescue her by claiming sanctuary for her in the cathedral.

Cast includes: Anthony Hopkins, Derek Jacobi, Lesley Ann-Down, John Gielgud, David Suchet, Tim Pigott-Smith, Robert Powell

THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HELL!

All Alone – (2012) – Color – Not Rated – Mandy Levin, Suzy Cote, Brice Williams, David Haydn-Jones
Two couples embark on an overnight camping trip to get away from the confines of the city and escape to the solitude of the mountains where secrets are revealed and desperation fuels an irreversible chain of events.

The Purgation – (2015) – Color – Not Rated – Tiffany Kieu, Kat Johnston, Kate Dauphin, Tom Walsh
Iris thinks she’s going crazy. To stay sane, she must confront her past by revisiting the site of a childhood trauma – the old county asylum.

Ashes – (2012) – Color – Not Rated – Brian Krause, Kadeem Hardison, Richard Gant, Barbara Nedeljakova
A brilliant, obsessive doctor working on a cure for AIDS unwittingly invents an aggressive new bacteria that deteriorates the body and enrages the mind.

Bloodline – (2013) – Color – R – Matt Thompson, Kimberly Alexander, Jesse Kristofferson
Seminary student Brett Ethos falls away from the church and his faith, only to find out that his bloodline is sought by real evil.

All God’s Creatures – (2011) – Color – Not Rated – Josh Folan, Jessica Kaye, Ginger Kroll, Molly Fahey
Creature of habit, Jon Smith (Josh Folan – “All My Children”, Ay Lav Yu, The Graduates) spends his days mindlessly working as a barista in New York City. When night falls, this seeming everyman savagely kills “filthy women” as his social outlet.

Billy’s Cult – (2014) – Color – Not Rated – Debbie Rochon, Lou Martini Jr, Suzi Lorraine, Donovan Kern, Anthony Grasso
Billy’s Cult takes us into the demented mind of Billy, (Donovan Kern) a ruthless killer unlike any other seen before. Detectives Gates (Lou Martini Jr.) and Steele (Debbie Rochon) are in pursuit of this killer, trying to put an end to the killing spree, while at the same time, attempting to exorcise their own inner demons.

Phobia – (2013) – Color – Not Rated – Erica Leerhsen, Chase Ryan Jeffrey, Matthew Tompkins, Jonathan Brooks
In 1885, a female doctor helping a group of people with their phobias becomes embroiled in a murder mystery surrounding a patient that may or may not be a vampire.

Summer School – (2006) – Color – Not Rated – Simon Wallace, Amy Cocchiarella, Tony D. Czech, Lance Hendrickson
Charlie is a teenage horror buff and even runs his own movie review website. He soon finds himself in a series of all-too realistic nightmares that look an awful lot like his movies. His grip on reality loosens as it becomes impossible to tell whether he’s awake or asleep.

Vanished – (2013) – Color – Not Rated – Stephen Carracher, Carolyn Bock, Cassandra Magrath
‘Vanished’ is a gripping psychological thriller dealing with child kidnapping and how far a parent will go seeking revenge.

Stevie – (2008) – Color – PG-13 – Catherine McCormack, Jordi Mollá, Ida Jorgensen, Silvia Tortosa
After a long and unsuccessful period trying to have a family, Claire (Catherine McCormack) and Adrián (Jordi Mollá) finally adopt a girl. The coming of Isabel is desired by the whole family, but making a six-year-old girl with a past of her own fit into her new life might be something more complicated than they expected.

Hungry for Horror? Stay glued to the edge of your seat with a 26 film bundle including some of the greatest works from the masters of Horror.

Bat, The – 1959 – Vincent Price
Before I Hang  – 1940 – Boris Karloff
Black Room, The – 1935 – Boris Karloff
Boogie Man Will Get You, The – 1942 – Boris Karloff
Creatures the World Forgot  – 1971 – Brian O’Shaughnessy
Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb, The – 1964 – Ronald Howard
Devil Commands, The – 1941 – Boris Karloff
Die! Die! My Darling!  – 1965 – Donald Sutherland
Five  – 1951 – William Phipps
Gorgon, The  – 1964 – Christopher Lee
House on Haunted Hill  – 1959 – Vincent Price
Jackals, The – 1967 – Vincent Price
Last Man on Earth  – 1964 – Vincent Price
Mad Magician, The – 1954 – Vincent Price
Man They Could Not Hang, The – 1939 – Boris Karloff
Man Who Turned To Stone, The – 1957 – Victor Jory
Man With Nine Lives, The – 1940 – Boris Karloff
Maniac  – 1963 – Kerwin Mathews
Never Take Candy From a Stranger  – 1960 – Patrick Allen
Revenge of Frankenstein, The – 1958 – Peter Cushing
Scream of Fear  – 1961 – Christopher Lee
Shock   – 1946 – Vincent Price
Snorkel, The – 1958 – Peter van Eyck
Stop Me Before I Kill!  – 1961 – Ronald Lewis
Terror of the Tongs, The – 1961 – Christopher Lee
Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The – 1960 – Christopher Lee

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Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.

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