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Olive Films September Bluray and DVD Releases


Olive Films continues to pour out to the market a slew of rare and neglected titles that now have a chance to see the light of day. Some fall into “where are they” favorites while others are just overdue for a good repackaging. More notably are some older horror titles that will surely be a welcome addition to collectors shelves. Note: Wow “Shock ‘Em Dead” bluray release……! Didnt see that coming!

Olive Films is proud to announce the following September 2015 releases:

  • King of the Hill Season 12: DVD
  • The Mighty Quinn: BD
  • The Woods: BD
  • Mannequin: BD
  • Mannequin on the Move: BD
  • Antitrust: BD
  • Black Caesar: DVD / BD
  • Hitler: The Last Ten Days: DVD / BD
  • Mad Dog Time: DVD / BD
  • Slaughter: DVD / BD
  • Some Kind of Hero: DVD / BD
  • Blumenthal: DVD / BD
  • Deuces Wild: BD
  • The Mod Squad: BD
  • Dirty Work: BD
  • S.F.W.: BD
  • Fatal Instinct: BD
  • For Us The Living: The Medgar Evers Story: DVD / BD
  • Invisible Monster: DVD / BD
  • Madhouse: DVD / BD
  • Prick Up Your Ears: DVD / BD
  • Boarding House: DVD
  • Cemetery Sisters: DVD
  • Cinco De Mayo: DVD / BD
  • Death Nurse 1: DVD
  • Death Nurse 2: DVD
  • Killer Workout: DVD / BD
  • Shock ‘Em Dead: DVD / BD
  • Splatter: Architects of Fear: DVD
  • Trashology: DVD / BD
  • Deadly Prey: DVD / BD
  • Deadliest Prey: DVD / BD

The Mighty Quinn

Two-time Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington (Best Actor, Flight; Best Supporting Actor, Glory) headlines the entertaining crime thriller The Mighty Quinn.

Under bright skies and sandy beaches, paradise hides some ugly truths in The Mighty Quinn. Based on the A.H.Z. Carr novel Finding Maubee, Denzel Washington (Flight) brings his charismatic star power to the role of Xavier Quinn, the sheriff of a small Caribbean island caught up in a murder mystery involving his best friend. Petty crook Maubee (Robert Townsend, Hollywood Shuffle) is on the run for the alleged murder of millionaire resort owner Donald Pater (Bobby Ghisays, Club Paradise). Estranged from his wife Lola (Sheryl Lee Ralph, TV’s Moesha) and an absentee father to his son, Quinn is about to find his life getting a bit more complicated as the mystery of the millionaire’s murder slowly comes into focus in the witty, entertaining mystery-thriller, The Mighty Quinn.

Directed by Carl Schenkel (Knight Moves) from the Hampton Fancher (Blade Runner) screenplay, The Mighty Quinn co-stars James Fox (Patriot Games), Mimi Rogers (Street Smart), M. Emmett Walsh (Blood Simple), Keye Luke (Gremlins), Alex Colon (Red Scorpion), and Esther Rolle (TV’s Good Times).


The Woods

Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Patricia Clarkson (Best Supporting Actress, Pieces of April) headlines a cast of talented young performers alongside horror film stalwart Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead) in the thriller The Woods.

Gothic chills abound in the thriller The Woods directed by Lucky McKee (May) from a screenplay written by David Ross (The Babysitters). Amidst the splendor of rural New England sits Falburn Academy, a boarding school for young, impressionable and in some cases, troubled girls. Isolated from the outside world, Falburn sits near the woods – a sinister cluster of trees that appears to act as a protective wall. Heather Fasulo (Agnes Brucker, The Aviator) is the school’s newest student. After setting fire to a forest, rebellious Heather is sent to Falburn to provide her with a sense of stability. Heather’s increasing nightmares prove to be more than homesickness when she discovers that the woods hold a chilling and terrifying secret.

The Woods co-stars Academy Award-nominee Patricia Clarkson (Pieces of April) as Falburn’s dean, Ms. Traverse; Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead) as Heather’s father; Lauren Birkell (The Babysitters) as friend and schoolmate Marcy; and Rachel Nichols (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) as the bullying student, Samantha Wise.



Burgeoning artist Jonathan Switcher (Andrew McCarthy, Pretty In Pink) is reunited with the love of his life (well, his artistic life anyway) when he discovers the beautifully crafted mannequin he created years earlier is now prominently displayed in the window of the Prince & Company department store. Much to his surprise, and to the delight of the viewer, Jonathan will discover that his art project has more than superficial human traits when it quite literally springs to life in the form of “Emmy” (Kim Catrall, Sex And The City).

This inspired comedy, a nod to such romantic fantasy films as One Touch of Venus, is directed and co-written by Michael Gottlieb (A Kid In King Arthur’s Court) with Edward Rugoff (Double Take). The film co-stars James Spader (Pretty In Pink) as Switcher’s work rival; Meshach Taylor (TV’s Designing Women) as his outrageous and flamboyant co-worker; Estelle Getty (TV’s Golden Girls) as the owner of Prince & Company; and G.W. Bailey (Police Academy, TV’s Major Crimes) as the store’s security chief.


Mannequin Two: On The Move

A romantic confection, Mannequin Two On The Move is a comic look at reincarnation, lost love and fabulous window displays. This sequel to the popular Mannequin finds the outrageous Hollywood Montrose (Meshach Taylor, TV’s Designing Women) promoted to Prince & Company’s display department. Joining Hollywood on the job is new assistant, Jason Williamson (William Ragsdale, Fright Night) who in a past life was the prince of the Hauptmann-Koenig kingdom.

Prince & Company will display a mannequin known as the Enchanted Peasant Girl in celebration of the kingdom. And Jason has a nagging feeling that he’s seen this mannequin somewhere before. Removing a necklace from the mannequin reveals that the Enchanted Peasant Girl is in reality Jessie (Kristy Swanson, Buffy The Vampire Slayer), the love of his previous life who was put under a curse by an evil sorcerer. Their rekindled romance is not without it’s challenges when the evil sorcerer reappears in the reincarnated form of Count Gunther Spretzle (Terry Kiser, Weekend At Bernie’s) who has plans of his own for the cursed Jessie.

Stuart Raffill (Mac and Me) directs from a screenplay by Edward Rugoff, David Isaacs, Ken Levine and Betsy Israel based on the characters created by Rugoff and Michael Gottlieb.



Academy Award-winner Tim Robbins (Best Supporting Actor, Mystic River) heads a cast of talented performers in the high-tech thriller Antitrust.

Only the best of the best tech programmers will make their way into NURV, a cutting edge high tech corporation headed by the charismatic Gary Winston (Tim Robbins, The Shawshank Redemption) and Milo Hoffman (Ryan Phillippe, Crash) is one of the chosen few.

The seemingly innocuous handling of data turns sinister when Hoffman’s friend, Teddy (Yee Jee Tso, 50/50) is murdered. Milo will soon discover the deaths of other programmers who have close ties to the company. What secret is NURV harboring … and would they kill to keep it hidden? Is there a link to the deaths or is it simply paranoia? Who can Milo trust when that trust may come at a deadly price?

Antitrust, directed by Peter Howitt (Sliding Doors) from a screenplay by Howard Franklin (The Name of The Rose), features a cast that includes Rachael Leigh Cook (Get Carter) as Lisa, Milo’s friend and co-worker; Claire Forlani, (Meet Joe Black) as Alice, his girlfriend; with supporting players Richard Roundtree (Shaft); Tygh Runyan (Snakes On A Plane) and Ned Bellamy (Django Unchained).


Black Caesar

Fred Williamson held the reigns as the prominent male lead in several of the blaxploitation era’s most popular films including Hammer, Legend of Nigger Charley, Three The Hard Way and Hell Up In Harlem.

The brutal assault at the hands of a racist cop will inform the life of Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson, Hammer), who will grow up to become the reigning head of Harlem’s black mafia in Black Caesar.

Establishing a mob empire that challenges the New York mafia’s stronghold on the city, Tommy will prove himself a worthy opponent and a natural born enemy. His volatile romance with chanteuse Helen (Gloria Hendry, Live and Let Die) will set in motion a series of deadly events that the self-proclaimed criminal kingpin, the Black Caesar, may not escape.

Larry Cohen (Hell Up In Harlem), working from his own script, directs the blaxploitation film Black Caesar that co-stars Art Lund (Bucktown), Val Avery (Donnie Brasco) and D’Urville Martin (Sheba, Baby), featuring a score by James Brown.


Hitler: The Last Ten Days

Hitler: The Last Ten Days stars Academy Award-winner Alec Guinness (Best Actor, Bridge on the River Kwai, 1958; Honorary Oscar, 1980) as Adolf Hitler.

Alec Guinness takes center stage as Adolf Hitler in director Ennio De Concini’s (Daniel and Maria) Hitler: The Last Ten Days. Leading up to Hitler’s suicide, the film recounts the final days of strategizing and infighting among the Fuhrer’s closest advisers, as well as his relationship with Eva Braun (Doris Kunstmann, Funny Games) within the confines of the infamous underground bunker. Alec Guinness’ performance offers the viewer a rare look inside the mind of a mad man – manic, irrational, contemplative and eventually defeated, as the Third Reich crumbled before his eyes. Director De Concini’s Hitler: The Last Ten Days, scripted by Gerhardt Bolt, Ennio De Concini, Maria Pia Fusco, Ivan Moffat and Wolfgang Reinhardt, features an international cast that includes Simon Ward (The Three Musketeers), Adolfo Celi (Thunderball), Joss Ackland (The Hunt For Red October), Philip Stone (The Shining), Diane Cilento (Tom Jones) and Sheila Gish (Mansfield Park).

Cinematography is credited to Ennio Guarnieri, whose work includes Federico Fellini’s Ginger and Fred, Vittorio De Sica’s The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Lina Wertmuller’s Swept Away and Franco Zeffirelli’s La Traviata.


Mad Dog Time

Mad Dog Time features a cameo by Christopher Jones (Ryan’s Daughter, The Looking Glass War, Wild In The Streets) in what would be his final film performance.

A mafia film unlike any other, Mad Dog Time stars Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws) as mob boss Vic, recently released from a psychiatric hospital who returns to find both his confidantes and enemies vying to seize control of his empire.

With Vic’s friend and top enforcer Mickey Holliday (Jeff Goldblum, Jurassic Park) by his side what could go wrong? Plenty. Add to the mix a romantic roundelay involving Mickey and Vic’s ex-girlfriend, Grace (Diane Lane, Streets of Fire) and her sister, Rita (Ellen Barkin, Diner) and the stage is set for excitement in a film chock full of mob film tropes, star cameos and pitch black humor.

Mad Dog Time, written and directed by Larry Bishop (Hell Ride), features appearances by Gabriel Byrne, Burt Reynolds, Gregory Hines, Kyle MacLachlan, Henry Silva, Michael J. Pollard, Billy Idol, Paul Anka, Rob Reiner, Billy Drago, Joey Bishop and Richard Pryor.



Academy Award-nominee Rip Torn (Best Supporting Actor, Cross Creek) stars as the psychotic Mafioso who goes head-to-head with the out-for-vengeance Jim Brown in Slaughter.

This Jim Brown blaxploitation vehicle directed by Jack Starrett (Cleopatra Jones) is the tale of an ex-Vietnam, ex-Green Beret captain known to his friends and enemies alike by one name … Slaughter. He’s out to avenge the murder of his parents by the psychotic Mafioso Dominic Hoffo (Rip Torn, Men In Black). Slaughter’s thirst for vengeance will not be sated, even after a sympathetic mobster’s girlfriend, Ann (Stella Stevens, The Poseidon Adventure) is presented to him as a peace offering.

Gunplay, fist fights and all-out action lies around every corner in Slaughter, co-starring Cameron Mitchell (The Klansman) and Don Gordon (The Mack) and written by Mark Hanna (Gunslinger) and Don Williams (Blood, Black and White).


Some Kind Of Hero

Michael Pressman, the two-time Prime Time Emmy winner for his contribution to the dramatic series Picket Fences, directs Richard Pryor in the drama with comic overtones, Some Kind of Hero.

Comedian Richard Pryor once again proves his agility as an actor (Lady Sings The Blues, Blue Collar) in Some Kind of Hero as Eddie Keller, a Viet Nam P.O.W. who returns home to a world he no longer recognizes. His wife has moved onto a new man; there’s a daughter he didn’t know he had; his mother confined to a nursing home with bills mounting and no work prospects, Eddie hatches a plot to get-cash-quick. But there are unexpected consequences when the local mob gets involved. The supporting cast includes Margot Kidder (Superman) as a hooker with a heart of gold; Ray Sharkey (The Idolmaker) as Eddie’s P.O.W. cellmate; Ronny Cox (Beverly Hills Cop) as a sympathetic colonel; and Lynne Moody (TV’s Roots) as Eddie’s confused wife.

Directed by Michael Pressman (Doctor Detroit), Some Kind of Hero is written for the screen by Robert Boris (based on his book) and James Kirkwood (A Chorus Line).



“He died laughing” becomes the very definition of irony when renowned playwright Harold Blumenthal (Brian Cox) literally drops dead while laughing at one of his own jokes during a performance of his new play. With those around him thrown into a tailspin while coming to grips with Blumenthal’s untimely passing, along with some familial infighting, the stage is set for an intelligent, witty and altogether dysfunctional comedy experience.

This inspired comedy is written & directed and co-stars Seth Fisher who also co-stars (TV’s The Good Wife) and co-stars Mark Blum (TV’s Fringe), Laila Robins (TV’s Homeland), Lisa Masters (It’s Complicated) and Fred Melamed (A Serious Man).


Deuces Wild

Drea de Matteo, Prime Time Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee for Best Supporting Actress, The Sopranos, gives a heartbreaking performance as Betsy in the riveting crime drama Deuces Wild.

Set in 1958 Brooklyn. N.Y., Deuces Wild, directed by Scott Kalvert (Basketball Diaries) and written by Paul Kimatian (The Wharf Rat) and Christopher Gambale (House Arrest Starring Christopher Colomobo) stars Stephen Dorff (Blade) as Leon and Brad Renfro (Apt Pupil) as Bobby, brothers and members of the local street gang known as the Deuces, who rule their ‘hood.

Tensions escalate when the Deuces come into conflict with rival gang leader, Marco (Norman Reedus, TV’s The Walking Dead). With a turf war all but inevitable, neither side can anticipate the tragic consequences of their actions.

Deuces Wild co-stars Fairuza Balk (The Craft) as Annie and Drea de Matteo (TV’s The Sopranos) as Betsy, the women in Leon and Bobby’s lives, whose lives will be irrevocably changed by circumstance. Deuces Wild is photographed by John A. Alonzo (Chinatown) and features a musical score by Stewart Copeland (Rumblefish) of The Police.


The Mod Squad

Multiple Emmy Award-winner Claire Danes (Lead Actress in a Drama Series for TV’s Homeland and My So-Called Life) and Academy Award nominee Josh Brolin (Best Supporting Actor, Milk) star in The Mod Squad.

Inspired by the popular 1968 TV show, The Mod Squad stars Claire Danes (TV’s Homeland) as Julie, Giovanni Ribisi (Saving Private Ryan) as Pete and Omar Epps (TV’s House) as Linc, three juvenile offenders recruited by a police officer, Greer (Dennis Farina, TV’s Law & Order) to help infiltrate and break a drug ring. In exchange for their help, Greer will expunge any trace of their criminal past. When Greer is murdered, Julie, Pete and Linc will do anything to clear his name and bring the killer to justice even if doing so puts their lives in danger.

The Mod Squad is directed by Scott Silver (Johns) from a screenplay co-written with Stephen May (The Last Time I Committed Suicide) and Kate Lanier (What’s Love Got To Do With It) and based on the characters created by Buddy Ruskin. The Mod Squad features supporting performances by Josh Brolin (No Country For Old Men), Richard Jenkins (The Cabin In The Woods), Steve Harris (Minority Report), Sam McMurray (Baby It’s You) and is photographed by Ellen Kuras (Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind).<br.

Dirty Work

Dirty Work features a who’s-who of comic performers in cameos including Chris Farley, Don Rickles, John Goodman, Gary Coleman and David Koechner.

Comedian Bob Saget (TV’s Full House) makes his feature film directorial debut with Dirty Work starring Saturday Night Live alums Norm MacDonald, Chevy Chase and Adam Sandler.

Best friends Mitch (Norm MacDonald, Billy Madison) and Sam (Artie Lange, Elf) have come up with a business that can’t fail – a “revenge” service that’ll take on the Dirty Work of “getting even,” handling those unpleasant things in life that people can’t or won’t take care of on their own. But when the guys butt heads with shady property developer Travis Cole (Christopher McDonald, Thelma & Louise), they may have met their match. Or have they? This time revenge will not only be sweet, but hilarious, when the Dirty Work really begins.

Dirty Work is written for the screen by Frank Sebastiano (Beer League), Norm MacDonald (TV’s Norm) and Fred Wolf (Grown Ups).



S.F.W. features Academy Award-winner (Best Actress, I Walk The Line) and nominee (Best Actress, Wild), Reese Witherspoon in one of her earliest film roles.

Based on the novel by Andrew Wellman, S.F.W. stars Stephen Dorf (Somewhere) as Cliff Spab, the disaffected youth taken hostage by the terrorist group known as S.P.L.T. Image. After 36 days in captivity as a stand-off between the hostage takers and the police drags on, Cliff’s indifference to the situation and his possible death brings national focus to his catch phrase “So F _ _ _ing What?”

Along with his fellow hostages, best friend Joe (Jack Noseworthy, Event Horizon) and Wendy (Reese Witherspoon, Wild), Cliff becomes a media darling daring to stare down the hostage takers with three words.

S.F.W. is a shrewd and entertaining exploration of societal complacency, the glare of the media spotlight and the exploitation of notoriety for personal gain.

S.F.W. directed by Jefery Levy from a screenplay co-written by Danny Rubin (Groundhog Day) and Levy co-stars Jake Busey (Starship Troopers), Joey Lauren Adams (Bio-Dome) and Pamela Gidley (Thrashin’).


Fatal Instinct

A laugh out loud parody of classic crime dramas and noirs from Double Indemnity and Basic Instinct to Fatal Attraction, director Carl Reiner’s (The Jerk) Fatal Instinct has its tongue planted firmly in cheek.

Sultry and seductive Lola Cain (Sean Young, Blade Runner) is having an affair with Ned Ravine (Armande Assante, Unfaithfully Yours), a married policeman and lawyer who often represents those he’s arrested. But their affair comes to an abrupt end when Ned realizes how much he loves his wife Lana (Kate Nelligan, Prince of Tides). As fate would have it, Lana is carrying on an affair with her mechanic, Frank Kelbo (Christopher McDonald, Chances Are) with whom she’s plotting to kill Ned for the insurance money, a policy that comes with a triple indemnity rider.

Carl Reiner’s Fatal Instinct (written for the screen by David O’Malley, The Boogens) offers rib-tickling laughs courtesy of a cast that includes Sherilyn Fenn (TV’s Twin Peaks) as Laura, Ned’s dedicated secretary; James Remar (Django Unchained) as thug Max Shady; and Tony Randall (Pillow Talk) as Judge Skanky.


For Us the Living: The Medgar Evers Story

For Us, The Living: The Medgar Evers Story features Academy Award nominees Howard E. Rollins, Jr. (Best Supporting Actor, Ragtime) and Margaret Avery (Best Supporting Actress, The Color Purple).

Starring Howard E. Rollins, Jr. (Ragtime) as civil right activist Medgar Evers and Irene Cara (Fame) as his wife Myrlie, For Us The Living: The Medgar Evers Story traces the life of the former insurance salesman turned field secretary for the NAACP, who was instrumental in organizing boycotts against discriminating southern white merchants and the desegregation of the University of Mississippi. Howard E. Rollins, Jr.’s riveting performance as Evers makes all the more poignant his struggles and triumphs, and the battle for equality that would shockingly end with his assassination at the hand of white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith.

Directed by Michael Schultz (Carwash) from the screenplay by Ossie Davis and Ken Rotcop (based on For Us, The Living by Myrlie Evers-Williams and William Peters), For Us The Living: The Medgar Evers Story features sterling performances by an ensemble cast including Ossie Davis, Jr. (Do The Right Thing), Margaret Avery (The Color Purple), Roscoe Lee Browne (The Cowboys), Paul Winfield (Sounder) and Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix).


The Invisible Monster

The Invisible Monster director, Fred C. Brannon, was one of Republic Pictures most prolific filmmakers. Having helmed the 1950 serials Flying Disc Man From Mars, Don Daredevil Rides Again and Desperados of the West, he was also responsible for the features film titles, Vigilante Hideout, Salt Lake Raiders and Gunmen of Abilene.

Having developed a formula, that when applied to clothing renders a person invisible, an evil genius calling himself “The Phantom Ruler” is bent on creating an army of “invisible” soldiers in his efforts to rule the planet. Cloaked in invisibility, “The Phantom Ruler” is able to steal money and materials to move forward with his plans of domination. In steps investigator Lane Carson (Richard Webb, Out of the Past), who’s out to foil those plans. With the assistance of detective Carol Richards (Aline Towne, Send Me No Flowers) they are soon hot on the heels of the would-be dictator and his henchman. With action and adventure at every turn, The Invisible Monster offers 12 heart-pounding chapters that include Slaves of the Phantom, High Voltage Danger and Death’s Highway.

The Invisible Monster, directed by Fred C. Brannon (Flying Disc Man From Mars), co-stars Stanley Price (King of The Rocket Men) as “The Phantom Ruler,” with supporting performances by Lane Bradford (The Slender Thread) and John Crawford (Star of Texas).



Five time Emmy-winner John Larroquette (TV’s Night Court and The Practice) along with Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Kirstie Alley (TV’s Cheers) pool their comic talents in the farcical Madhouse.

The appropriately titled Madhouse stars Kirstie Alley (Look Who’s Talking) and John Larroquette (Blind Date) as Mark and Jessie Bannister, whose California home is turned upside down when visiting relatives, pesky neighbors and an assortment of unwanted guests take up residence.

How bad could a visit by relatives really be? As it turns out for the Bannisters, pretty bad. Following a spill on the way to the airport, two-month pregnant relative, Bernice (Jessica Lundy, Bright Lights, Big City) is instructed by her doctor not to move until she delivers her baby. With a house eventually overrun by a variety of neighbors, friends and strangers, The Bannisters are pushed to the brink in the laugh-out-loud Madhouse.

Directed and written by Tom Ropelewski (Look Who’s Talking Now), Madhouse features hilarious support from Dennis Miller (TV’s Saturday Night Live), Alison La Placa (Fletch), Robert Ginty (Bound For Glory) and John Diehl (Jurassic Park III).


Prick Up Your Ears

Gary Oldman would take home the London Critics Circle Award (Actor of the Year) for his performance in Prick Up Your Ears, alongside scribe Alan Bennett who was awarded the Screenwriter of the Year. Prick Up Your Ears features sterling performances by Vanessa Redgrave (Academy Award-winner Best Supporting Actress for Julia), Gary Oldman (Academy Award-nominee for Best Actor in Tinker Tailor Solider Spy) and is directed by Stephen Frears, the Academy Award-nominated director of The Grifters and The Queen.

In his research on the celebrated playwright Joe Orton (Gary Oldman, The Dark Knight), biographer John Lahr’s (Wallace Shawn, The Princess Bride) meetings with Orton’s literary agent, Peggy Ramsay (Vanessa Redgrave, Howard’s End) will frame the story of the life of an artist. Told through flashbacks, the film reveals the relationship between Orton and his mentor (and subsequently, his lover) Kenneth Halliwell (Alfred Molina, The Da Vinci Code). At first blush the older Halliwell is the educator and Orton is his willing student. Those roles would be reversed with Orton thrust into the spotlight when his play, Entertaining Mr. Sloan, becomes a monstrous success. Orton’s sudden fame and career trajectory would place Halliwell in his shadow, resulting in tragic consequences. The talents of Redgrave, Oldman and Molina are a virtual master class on screen acting. Guiding them through their paces via a wonderful screenplay by Alan Bennett (The History Boys), based on the book by John Lahr, director Stephen Frears (The Queen) weaves a compelling, caustic, often humorous and never less than entertaining tale of fleeting fame.



Death Nurse

Disclaimer: Death Nurse, originally Shot On Video, is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video.

Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Director Nick Millard, Producer Irmi Millard, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  2. Exclusive Film Review By Paul Zamarelli of VHSCollector.com
  3. Remembering Priscilla Alden (Featurette)
  4. Shady Palms Waiting Room
  5. Death Nurse Q and A
  6. Photo Gallery
  7. Original VHS Release Intro
  8. Death Nurse Trailer
  9. Death Nurse II Trailer

Death Nurse II 

Disclaimer: Death Nurse IIoriginally Shot On Video, is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video.

Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Director Nick Millard, Producer Irmi Millard, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  2. Nick and Irmi On Death Nurse II
  3. Audio Commentary with Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video and Jason Duron of Severin Films
  4. Production Outtakes
  5. Brownie Goes Shopping (Short Film)
  6. Photo Gallery
  7. Death Nurse Trailer
  8. Death Nurse II Trailer

Cemetery Sisters 

Disclaimer: Cemetery Sistersoriginally Shot On Video, is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video.

Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Director Nick Millard, Producer Irmi Millard, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  2. Q and A with Nick and Irmi
  3. Death Sisters (Short Film)
  4. Production Outtakes
  5. The Art of Jazmin Martinez
  6. Photo Gallery
  7. Cemetery Sisters Trailer


Disclaimer: BoardingHouseoriginally Shot On Video, is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video.

Bonus Features:

  1. BoardingHouse Theatrical Cut (TRT 1hr 38min)
  2. BoardingHouse Director’s Cut (TRT 2hr 30min)
  3. Audio Commentary with Director and Star John Wintergate, Actress Kalassu, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  4. Q and A with John Wintergate, Kalassu, and Jesus Terán
  5. Original Film Intro
  6. Alternate Ending
  7. 2008 Interview with John and Kalassu
  8. BoardingHouse Photo Gallery
  9. Lightstorm Photo Gallery
  10. 33 1/3, Teeth – Magazine Interviews
  11. “The Phantom” Demo Reel
  12. Behind The Scenes / Making The Videos
  13. Love Starved (Music Video)
  14. Stop Fooling Around (Music Video)
  15. The Raven / Break It Off (Music Video)
  16. Teeth AKA Lightstorm (Live In Europe-1981)
  17. Break It Off (Live)
  18. Terror On Tour Revisited
  19. Rare Trailers, TV Spots, and Voice-overs
  20. BoardingHouse Original Trailer


Splatter Architects of Fear 

Disclaimer: Splatter: Architects of Fearoriginally Shot On Video, is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video.

Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Producer Bill Smith, Cannibal Cam, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  2. Q and A with Producer Bill Smith
  3. Film Review By Paul Zamarelli of VHSCollector.com
  4. Photo Gallery
  5. Splatter Architects of Fear Trailer

Shock ‘Em Dead 

Disclaimer: Shock ‘Em Dead is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video. Not sourced from an HD Master; remastered from 1″ Tape and upconverted to BluRay and DVD specifications.

Bonus Features:

  1. Director’s Commentary
  2. Deleted & Extended Scenes
  3. Interview with Director Mark Freed
  4. Cast Reunion 2015
  5. Actor Auditions
  6. Behind The Scenes Photo Gallery
  7. Cast Revisits Audition Tapes
  8. Cast Views & Comments On Deleted Scenes
  9. Director’s Cut (deleted scenes)
  10. Poster and Art Photo Gallery
  11. Shock ‘Em Dead Trailer 1990

Killer Workout 

Disclaimer: Killer Workout is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video. Not sourced from an HD Master; remastered from from PAL Beta SPand upconverted to BluRay and DVD specifications.

Bonus Features:

  1. Killer Workout Photo Gallery
  2. Killer Workout Trailer
  3. Original Title Sequence

Deadly Prey 

Disclaimer: Deadly Prey is presented using the best available elements provided by Slasher // Video. Not sourced from an HD Master; remastered from PAL Beta SP and upconverted to BluRay and DVD specifications.

Bonus Features:

  1. Deadly Prey Photo Gallery
  2. Deadly Prey Outtakes
  3. Deadly Prey Trailer
  4. Dubbed Prey
  5. Interview Jack Hojohn

Cinco De Mayo 

Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Director Paul Ragsdale, Producer Angelica De Alba, Actor Anthony To’omata, and Cast
  2. Q and A with Cast and Crüe
  3. Deleted Scenes
  4. Film Outtakes
  5. Behind The Scenes Footage
  6. Photo Gallery
  7. Jesus vs. Vestron Vulture Music Track
  8. Mexican Connexion (Short Film)
  9. Mexican Connexion (Original Trailer)
  10. Dance Til You Die Trailer
  11. Cinco De Mayo Trailer


Bonus Features:

  1. Audio Commentary with Director Brian Dorton, Producer Douglas Conner, and Jesus Terán of Slasher // Video
  2. Deleted and Alternate Scenes
  3. Big Debbie (Original demo)
  4. Photo Gallery
  5. The Ferrett
  6. Kill Cecile Vol. 1 (Short Film)
  7. Sex, Lies, and Melissa (Short Film)
  8. Smokers Anonymous (Short Film)
  9. Crazy Fat Ethel (Original Demo Trailer)
  10. Trashology Official Trailer
  11. Trashology Teaser Trailer

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