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Makeflix Debuts Budget-Priced Horrors from Jason Paul Collum

Makeflix Debuts Budget-Priced Horrors from Director Jason Paul Collum
Including Blu-ray premieres of Scream Queen documentary “Screaming in High Heels” and 15th Anniversary Edition of gay horror-thriller “October Moon”

Makeflix announces the release of four budget-priced horrors from director Jason Paul Collum, including the Blu-ray premieres of the Scream Queen documentary “Screaming in High Heels” and the 15th Anniversary Edition of gay horror-thriller “October Moon,” priced at only $12.99 each ($9.99 DVD).

Also available are Blu-ray and DVD reissues of Collum’s 2017 haunted house chiller “Safe Inside” ($12.99 Blu-ray or $8.99 DVD), plus the director’s long-lost cult classic “Mark of the Devil 666: The Moralist,” available on DVD only for $11.99. All titles include bonus features and reversible artwork with liner notes by director Jason Paul Collum.

“Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era”
$12.99 Blu-ray • $9.99 DVD

They’ve screamed, taken off their clothes and died horribly for us since the mid-1980s. Now “Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era” — the pop culture documentary that honors Linnea Quigley (“The Return of the Living Dead”), Brinke Stevens (“The Slumber Party Massacre”), and Michelle Bauer (“Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers”) — celebrates another decade with a Special Edition release on Blu-Ray & DVD.

Both discs include an all-new 2020 Reunion with all three actresses (shot via Zoom during the COVID-19 epidemic), a new photo gallery, trailer, two previous Flashback Weekend Q&A sessions with Stevens and Quigley, additional 2011 outtakes of all three women, and the unedited cut of the feature (which aired on NBCUniversal’s SyFy & Chiller networks).

“October Moon” 15th Anniversary Edition
$12.99 Blu-ray • $9.99 DVD

15 years ago an indie film company known for it’s genre-bending, counterculture titles took a chance on a sub-genre not yet created – gay-themed horror. The result was “October Moon,” an instant success which led to an immediate and devout cult following, critical praise, coverage in U.S. and international magazines, theatrical screenings on college campuses, and worldwide release in multiple languages. It’s importance on social culture was even theorized in the college academic journal “Queer Horror: Sexuality and Masculinity at the Margins” (I.B. Tauris, 2016). This tale of a deadly love triangle critics labeled “Gaytal Attraction” has spawned scores of imitators, annual Halloween viewing parties, and with its sequel “October Moon 2: November Son” it became the worlds first gay horror franchise.

In this double-feature set, “October Moon” follows an engaged straight man who becomes obsessed with his gay male boss. Confused and rejected by all those who discover his truth, his sanity unravels until he decides his boss will become his at any cost. “October Moon 2: November Son” picks up two years later as the survivors attempt to own their roles in the blood soaked results, unaware someone is out for revenge.

“Mark of the Devil 666: The Moralist”
$11.99 DVD Only

25th Anniversary Director’s Cut of this long-lost cult classic… TWO versions on ONE DVD! The 1995 original and this ALL-NEW 2020 re-edit. Is the Devil making them do it?!

When a killer begins a witch hunt targeting citizens considered responsible for society’s downfalls, a reporter and a cop are hot on the grisly trail. Available to the public for the first time since its 1995 VHS release, fans have been selling their souls to see the directorial debut of horror filmmaker and author Jason Paul Collum (“Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of The Scream Queen Era,” “October Moon” 1 & 2, “Sleepless Nights: Revisiting The Slumber Party Massacres”).

“Mark of the Devil 666: The Moralist”
$11.99 DVD Only

25th Anniversary Director’s Cut of this long-lost cult classic… TWO versions on ONE DVD! The 1995 original and this ALL-NEW 2020 re-edit. Is the Devil making them do it?!

When a killer begins a witch hunt targeting citizens considered responsible for society’s downfalls, a reporter and a cop are hot on the grisly trail. Available to the public for the first time since its 1995 VHS release, fans have been selling their souls to see the directorial debut of horror filmmaker and author Jason Paul Collum (“Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of The Scream Queen Era,” “October Moon” 1 & 2, “Sleepless Nights: Revisiting The Slumber Party Massacres”).

“Safe Inside”
$12.99 Blu-ray • $8.99 DVD

J.J. thinks he’s alone tonight in his deceased mother’s home… he’s wrong.

On a hot summer evening, J.J. Tyler, recovering from a nervous breakdown and the loss of his mother, spends the evening alone in her house. Floorboards creak, walls ache, and shadows seem to move. As the night and its terrors progress, friends fear J.J. is losing his mind again — until blood begins to soak the walls. Are the horrors all inside his cracked mind, or is something truly inside with him?

Celebrating his 25th year in the business, horror filmmaker and author Jason Paul Collum (“Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of The Scream Queen Era,” “October Moon” 1 & 2, “Sleepless Nights: Revisiting The Slumber Party Massacres”) is thrilled to bring back one of his favorite titles to monster and haunted house mystery fans.

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