4 DEAD GIRLS: THE SOUL TAKER COMING TO DVD OCTOBER 8th!

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4 Dead Girls: The Soul Taker
Arriving on DVD October 8th

From the Press Release:

Philadelphia PA – Breaking Glass Pictures and Vicious Circle Films are thrilled to announce the October 8th DVD release of 4 Dead Girls: The Soul Taker, arriving on home video in time for the Halloween season. Co-written and directed by Mike Campbell and Todd Johnson, 4 Dead Girls: The Soul Taker offers an exciting new take on the genre staple of beautiful young women (Katherine Browning, Leah Verrill, Ashley Love, Tiffany S. Walker) fighting for their lives against dark forces.

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COREY FELDMAN STARRING 6 DEGREES OF HELL COMING TO BLU-RAY

Breaking Glass Pictures (SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELSTHE FIELDS) has secured distribution rights for the independent horror film 6 DEGREES OF HELL. News has come down the line that Breaking Glass Pictures will unleash the film on to DVD on October 30th and Blu-Ray November 27th according to Blu-ray.com

Directed by Joe Raffa (local hit You’ll Know My Name), the film stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys,The Goonies), Jill Whelan (“The Love Boat”), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields), newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.

In Northeast Pennsylvania, “Uncle Jack’s Hotel of Horror” is besieged by a dark presence after two friends of “Uncle” Jack, Chris and Kellen, unwittingly release a deadly evil by transporting local psychic Mary Wilkins’ collection of haunted objects as props for the popular tourist attraction. At the same time, a local TV ghost hunter, confronts an evil that has haunted him all his life-one he believes is responsible for his sister’s death years ago.

His search puts him in the path of a rogue police chief and June-a girl who seems to be the eye of this supernatural perfect storm. They all find themselves connected to the old hotel while the threads of their own personal horrors draw paranormal investigator Kyle Brenner (Feldman) to pull all the threads together…

Looking forward to another release with Breaking Glass, writer/producer Harrison Smith said, “We’re excited about 6 DEGREES OF HELL because it makes horror fun again. It’s a horror film with Easter eggs, there’s so much horror history in it. It’s intelligent, fun horror with solid characters and respect for the genre.

Wolff echoed his sentiments, saying “6 DEGREES is an excellent film, and the second in what will hopefully be many successful collaborations between Breaking Glass, Fabrication, and Harrison.  It is a perfect match.

DVD ART FOR COREY FELDMAN FILM: 6 DEGREES OF HELL

Breaking Glass Pictures (SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELSTHE FIELDS) has secured distribution rights for the independent horror film 6 DEGREES OF HELL. News has come down the line that Breaking Glass Pictures will unleash the film on to DVD  October 30th, and we have our first look at the artwork. Check it out after the press release below.

From the Press Release:

Directed by Joe Raffa (local hit You’ll Know My Name), the film stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys,The Goonies), Jill Whelan (“The Love Boat”), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields), newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.

In Northeast Pennsylvania, “Uncle Jack’s Hotel of Horror” is besieged by a dark presence after two friends of “Uncle” Jack, Chris and Kellen, unwittingly release a deadly evil by transporting local psychic Mary Wilkins’ collection of haunted objects as props for the popular tourist attraction. At the same time, a local TV ghost hunter, confronts an evil that has haunted him all his life-one he believes is responsible for his sister’s death years ago.

His search puts him in the path of a rogue police chief and June-a girl who seems to be the eye of this supernatural perfect storm. They all find themselves connected to the old hotel while the threads of their own personal horrors draw paranormal investigator Kyle Brenner (Feldman) to pull all the threads together…

Looking forward to another release with Breaking Glass, writer/producer Harrison Smith said, “We’re excited about 6 DEGREES OF HELL because it makes horror fun again. It’s a horror film with Easter eggs, there’s so much horror history in it. It’s intelligent, fun horror with solid characters and respect for the genre.

Wolff echoed his sentiments, saying “6 DEGREES is an excellent film, and the second in what will hopefully be many successful collaborations between Breaking Glass, Fabrication, and Harrison.  It is a perfect match.

COREY FELDMAN’S ‘6 DEGREES OF HELL’ TO BE RELEASED BY BREAKING GLASS PICTURES

Breaking Glass Pictures (SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS, THE FIELDS) has secured distribution rights for the independent horror film 6 DEGREES OF HELL.

From the Press Release:

Directed by Joe Raffa (local hit You’ll Know My Name), the film stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan (“The Love Boat”), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields), newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.

In Northeast Pennsylvania, “Uncle Jack’s Hotel of Horror” is besieged by a dark presence after two friends of “Uncle” Jack, Chris and Kellen, unwittingly release a deadly evil by transporting local psychic Mary Wilkins’ collection of haunted objects as props for the popular tourist attraction. At the same time, a local TV ghost hunter, confronts an evil that has haunted him all his life-one he believes is responsible for his sister’s death years ago.

His search puts him in the path of a rogue police chief and June-a girl who seems to be the eye of this supernatural perfect storm. They all find themselves connected to the old hotel while the threads of their own personal horrors draw paranormal investigator Kyle Brenner (Feldman) to pull all the threads together…

Looking forward to another release with Breaking Glass, writer/producer Harrison Smith said, “We’re excited about 6 DEGREES OF HELL because it makes horror fun again. It’s a horror film with Easter eggs, there’s so much horror history in it. It’s intelligent, fun horror with solid characters and respect for the genre.

Wolff echoed his sentiments, saying “6 DEGREES is an excellent film, and the second in what will hopefully be many successful collaborations between Breaking Glass, Fabrication, and Harrison.  It is a perfect match.

 

SCREAM QUEEN DOCUMENTARY, SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS, COMING TO DVD IN AUGUST!

 

Source: Shock Till You Drop

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the August 28th DVD release of Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era.

Edited for its TV debut earlier this year, the unrated DVD of Screaming in High Heels chronicles the careers of the original girls of terror as they show that cannibalism, demonic possession, flesh eating, and even chainsaw hookering is all in a days work.

Three girls living in Los Angeles, CA, in the 1980s found cult fame when they “accidentally” transitioned from models to B-movie actresses, coinciding with the major direct-to-video horror film boom of the era. Known as “The Terrifying Trio”, Linnea Quigley “The Return of the Living Dead”, Brinke Stevens “The Slumber Party Massacre” and Michelle Bauer “The Tomb”, headlined upwards of ten films per year, fending off men in rubber monster suits, pubescent teenage boys, and deadly showers.

They joined together in campy cult films like “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama” (1988) and “Nightmare of Sisters” (1987). They traveled all over the world, met President Reagan, and built mini-empires of trading cards, comic books, and model kits. Then it all came crashing down. This documentary remembers these actresses – and their most common collaborators – on how smart they were to play stupid.

Featuring iconic directors of the time including David DeCoteau (Creepozoids), Richard Gabai (Nightmare Sisters), Fred Olen Ray (The Tomb), “Screaming in High Heels: The Rise & Fall of the Scream Queen Era” takes viewers through the prime of the “Trio” as they rule the screen with their sex appeal and vocal cords, and ultimately, into their very real demise from the genre that made them blood covered stars.