New Releases for February 23!

It’s New Release Tuesday! This week we’ve got a slept-on 80’s classic from Criterion, some Doris Day from Warner Archive, and a metric ton of vintage schlock horror from Full Moon Entertainment!

ALL NIGHTER (2017)

When his daughter (Analeigh Tipton) disappears in Los Angeles, a tough-minded businessman (J.K. Simmons) recruits her awkward ex-boyfriend (Emile Hirsch) to help him find her. (BLU-RAY)

ATTIC EXPEDITIONS (2001)

It’s been called “imaginative and audacious” (Los Angeles Times), “fantastic and surreal” (Classic Horror) and “an ideal film that verges towards masterpiece” (Weird Wild Realm). Now experience the Blu-ray premiere of the hallucinatory debut by director Jeremy Kasten (THE DEAD ONES, THE THEATRE BIZARRE, THE WIZARD OF GORE remake) about a young man committed to an asylum where madness, mayhem and murder may rip apart his mind forever. Seth Green (ROBOT CHICKEN), Jeffrey Combs (RE-ANIMATOR), Andras Jones (A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 4), Ted Raimi (SKINNER), Wendy Robie (TWIN PEAKS) and Alice Cooper star in the 2001 shocker Fangoria hailed as “an ambitious first feature laced with a wonderful cast, quirky charms and cool twists”, scanned in 2k from the original negative with all-new Special Features. (BLU-RAY)

BACKTRACE (2018)

The lone surviving thief of a violent armored car robbery is sprung from a high security facility and administered an experimental drug. (BLU-RAY)

BEACH BABES FROM BEYOND (1995) (DIRECTOR’S CUT)

Hot! Tan! Alien! An intergalactic babe borrows her dad’s T-bird ship to do a little planet hopping with her two friends, but they run out of fuel unexpectedly, and must land on earth. They land on the California coast and run into some guys, where they have fun and a few close encounters at the beach. One of the guys’ Uncle Bud, who just wants to meditate and hang out, is being threatened with condemnation of his beach house unless he puts some money into repairs. The alien babes offer to enter the bikini contest with their way-out designs to try and win the money he needs, but they are hampered by the garment designer who will stop at nothing to win. It s up to the three out-of-this-world beauties to help the holistic hipster the only way they know how by busting loose in a wet and wild bikini contest that sets the strand a-sizzle, and proves once and for all that the Pacific Coast Highway leads straight to hard-body heaven! (BLU-RAY)

BLADE: THE IRON CROSS (2020)

Sick science, punishing puppets, clairvoyant crusaders and a legion of fascist zombies combine in this, the darkest and weirdest PUPPET MASTER film yet: BLADE: THE IRON CROSS! Dr. Hauser, the Third Reich’s maddest scientist, rises again with murder and mayhem on his mind. As the deranged Nazi doctor’s perverse plot is revealed, psychic journalist Elisa Ivanov (Fox) awakens her own angel of death in Blade and together, maiden and marionette get set to hammer the evil Hauser back into hell where he belongs. (DVD)

BUKOWSKI, CHARLES: YOU NEVER HAD IT – AN EVENING WITH BUKOWSKI (2016)

Captures a raucous night of drinking and talking about sex, literature, childhood and humanity with the cult writer Charles Bukowski in 1981. This documentary is based on a video interview conducted by producer and journalist Silvia Bizio with Bukowski and his soon-to-be wife Linda Lee Beighle at their home in San Pedro, California. The interview was shot on U-matic tapeswhich have been digitized and edited along with new shots in Super 8 of scenes of Los Angeles today and poems read by Bukowski. (DVD)

CENTIGRADE (2020)

Inspired by real events, this harrowing film follows a young American couple, Matt and Naomi, as they travel through the Arctic mountains of Norway. After pulling over during a snowstorm, they wake up trapped in their SUV, buried underneath layers of snow and ice. As if the stakes aren’t high enough for the pair, Naomi is eight months pregnant as they contemplate how to escape their frozen prison. With few resources, a dwindling food supply, and nothing but time, the couple endure mounting tension, blame, and personal secrets bubbling to the surface. Matt and Naomi realize they must work together to survive in a crippling battle against the elements, hypothermia, disturbing hallucinations, and plunging temperatures reaching far below zero. Will they make it out of this alive? (DVD)

CHOP SHOP (2007) (CRITERION)

For his acclaimed follow-up to Man Push Cart, Ramin Bahrani once again turned his camera on a slice of New York City rarely seen on-screen: Willets Point, Queens, an industrial sliver of automotive-repair shops that remains perpetually at risk of being redeveloped off the map. It’s within this precarious ecosystem that twelve-year-old Ale (Alejandro Polanco) must grow up fast, hustling in the neighborhood chop shops to build a more stable life for himself and his sister (Isamar Gonzales) even as their tenuous circumstances force each to compete with other struggling people and make desperate decisions. A deeply human story of a fierce but fragile sibling bond being tested by hardscrabble reality, Chop Shop tempers its sobering authenticity with flights of lyricism and hope. (DVD and BLU-RAY)

COLLECTIVE (2019)

Follows an intrepid team of journalists investigating shocking corruption in the Romanian national healthcare system. Unlikely events — an explosive fire at a local nightclub, the mysterious death of the owner of a pharmaceutical firm — expose a much larger political scandal. A real-time docu-thriller highlighting the importance of an independent press in partisan times. (DVD)

CROODS: A NEW AGE (2020)

The first prehistoric family is ready for another rocking adventure! The Croods have survived fanged beasts, natural disasters, and even young love, but now they must face their biggest challenge yet: another family! In search of a new home, the Croods discover a walled-in paradise created by the sophisticated Betterman family (emphasis on the “better”). As they try to coexist, the differences between the two families escalate into a full-blown feud, but when a new threat forces both families to embark on an epic adventure, they must all learn to work together…or they’ll all go extinct! Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, and Peter Dinklage star in this hilarious animated comedy for the whole family! (DVD and BLU-RAY)

DEAD ANT (2017)

When the ’80s one-hit-wonder glam-metal band Sonic Grave embarks on a road trip to Coachella in hopes of a comeback, their peyote trip pit stop in Joshua Tree incites a grisly attack, and they must “rock” themselves out of harm’s way. (BLU-RAY)

ENEMIES, A LOVE STORY (1989)

Holocaust survivor Herman Broder (Ron Silver) is living in New York City and wrestling with post-war depression. Herman is married to Yadwiga (Margaret Sophie Stein) but also having an affair with Masha (Lena Olin), a married woman. To complicate matters further, Tamara (Anjelica Huston), his first wife who was believed to be killed in a concentration camp, resurfaces in America. Enemies, A Love Story is a portrait of life, love, and loss among a man and three women in his life. (BLU-RAY)

FALCHI: FALCON’S SPECIAL SQUAD (2017)

Tough, fearless, ruthless. Peppe and Francesco are so, Falchi, agents of the special squad of patrols of Naples. Very efficient and dedicated 24/7 to their mission. Although the two friends pay the price of a life always in tension. Between chases, daring arrests and private solitudes, the lives of Francesco and Peppe slip away syncopated, as a rough urban rap until, after a personal and professional tragedy, the despair and desire for revenge lead them to engage in a no holds barred fight against a powerful and ruthless Chinese criminal organization going through a process of redemption which is never free there is always a price to pay. (BLU-RAY)

FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE (1973)

In contrast to most of the violence-laden “blaxploitation” films of the period, this low-budget effort eschews exploitation for humanity and domestic drama. Leonard Jackson plays a barber who is also the domineering head of a middle-class African American family. Jackson is forced to rethink his values when his previously docile wife joins their three children in rebelling against her husband’s retrogressive behavior. (BLU-RAY)

GOLDEN ERA (2014)

Tang Wei plays famed Chinese writer Xiao Hong in director Ann Huis epic feature recounting her short life, from her childhood in the Heilongjiang Province to her final days in Hong Kongs Repulse Bay. The love of the authors life, newspaper editor Xiao Jun (played by Feng Shao Feng), and the inspiration she drew from him as well as the surrounding literary scene in creating some of Chinas most enduring masterpieces is explored against the backdrop of a turbulent time that included the formation of the Chinese Communist government and World War II. From director Ann Hui. (DVD)

HAND THAT FEEDS THE DEAD (1974)

Legendary eccentric performer Klaus Kinski (NOSFERATU: PHANTOM DER NACHT, JACK THE RIPPER, CRAWLSPACE) brings his inimitable brand of intensity to this rarely seen work of visceral European horror, presented here uncut for the first time in North America, remastered from the original 35mm negative! Kinski plays Professor Nijinski, whose work with experimental skin grafts has been aborted by a lab fire that has left his wife Tania (Katia Christine) now hideously burned, her face a bloody mass of flayed flesh and tissue. Nijinski vows to continue his research, venturing into the village with his hypnotized henchman (Erol Tas) to kidnap and murder local young woman and remove their skin, transplanting it onto his tortured wife’s ruined skull. Will Nijinski get away with his hideous crimes and bring his beloved back to her previous luscious luster? Or will the long arm of the law put an end to his tirade of murder and mad science? (DVD)

HANGING WOMAN (1973)

Paul Naschy plays a supporting role as a deranged gravedigger in this zombie movie, set in a small highland village in 19th-century Scotland, where a stranger’s arrival to claim an inheritance is met with apocalyptic visions and other evil omens. The town unearths a crypt full of horrors, including a devil-worshipping coven and throngs of the living dead… (BLU-RAY)

HIDEOUS! (1997)

Remastered from new HD Transfer! Dr. Lorca, an eccentric collector of biological oddities, has just acquired his greatest specimen; a horrible mutant born of noxious waste… but the creature’s rightful owner wants it back. The collector’s clash is cut short though, as the sickening specimen comes to life, re-animating an angry, oozing little army of ferocious freaks. (BLU-RAY)

KILL CHAIN (2019)

Three strangers lives are inevitably entangled in a conflict none of them are prepared for. (DVD)

KRISHA (2015)

Krisha returns for Thanksgiving dinner after ten years away from her family, but past demons threaten to ruin the festivities. (BLU-RAY)

LADY SINGS THE BLUES (1972)

The essence of Billie Holiday, one of America’s most loved and memorable blues singers, is captured brilliantly in a tour-de-force debut performance by singer Diana Ross. This stunning biography received 5 Academy Award nominations, including Diana Ross for “Best Actress”. Starring opposite Ross are Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor. (BLU-RAY)

LAST TANGO IN HALIFAX: SEASON 4 (2012)

Catch up with the lives and relationships of reunited childhood sweethearts Alan (Derek Jacobi, Vicious, The Kings Speech) and Celia (Anne Reid, Upstairs Downstairs, Bleak House) and their family members in this warm and witty two-part special. To Celia’s dismay, Caroline (Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley, The Paradise) takes on a challenging new headship role at a troubled state school and buys a rundown farmhouse nearby. Is there more to this big upheaval than she’s letting on – and will her move prompt her mother and Alan to finally find a place of their own? Meanwhile Gillian (Nicola Walker, River, MI-5) is struggling to adjust to new husband Robbie being around all day since he retired from the police. With Celia trying to rope a reluctant Alan into her new amateur dramatics hobby, Caroline negotiating a tricky new relationship and Gillian fighting a compulsion to confess to Robbie how his brother really died, life for these much-loved characters is as complicated as ever. (DVD)

LAST VERMEER (2019)

While Joseph Piller (Claes Bang), a Dutch Jew, was fighting in the Resistance during the Second World War, the witty, debonair art connoisseur Han van Meegeren (Guy Pearce) was hosting hedonistic soirées and selling Dutch art treasures to Hermann Göring and other top Nazis. Following the war, Piller becomes an investigator assigned the task of identifying and redistributing stolen art, resulting in the flamboyant van Meegeren being accused of collaboration — a crime punishable by death. But, despite mounting evidence, Piller, with the aid of his assistant (Vicky Krieps), becomes increasingly convinced of Han’s innocence and finds himself in the unlikely position of fighting to save his life. (DVD)

LITTLE MONSTERS (2019)

A washed-up musician teams up with a teacher and a kids show personality to protect young children from a sudden outbreak of zombies. (BLU-RAY)

LONDON FIELDS (2018)

Clairvoyant femme fatale Nicola Six has been living with a dark premonition of her impending death by murder. She begins a tangled love affair with three uniquely different men, one of whom she knows will be her murderer. (DVD)

MAN PUSH CART (2007) (CRITERION)

A modest miracle of twenty-first-century neorealism, the acclaimed debut feature by Ramin Bahrani speaks quietly but profoundly to the experiences of those living on the margins of the American dream. Back in his home country of Pakistan, Ahmad (Ahmad Razvi, elements of whose own life story were woven into the script) was a famous rock star. Now a widower separated from his son and adrift in New York, he works long hours selling coffee and bagels from a midtown Manhattan food cart, engaged in a Sisyphean search for human connection and a sense of purpose that seems perpetually just out of reach. A rare immigrant’s-eye view of a post-9/11 city suffused with subtle paranoia and xenophobia, Man Push Cart gives at once empathetic and clear-eyed expression to the everyday drama of human endurance. (DVD and BLU-RAY)

MUM: SEASON 3 (2016)

Our favourite characters return for a bold new adventure set over one single week in the latest season of this critically acclaimed comedy starring Academy Award® nominee Lesley Manville. Pauline’s divorce money has come through and she’s hired a country mansion for the week to celebrate Derek’s birthday. So Cathy, Michael, Kelly, Jason, Pauline, Derek, Reg and Maureen up sticks and decamp to the English countryside. Each episode takes place on a different day of their trip, revealing all the clashes, awkwardness and comedy that results from the family being stuck together in the middle of nowhere. Is this the week for Cathy and Michael to finally get together or will the suspicions of Cathy’s family halt their progress? Meanwhile, Derek has an important question on his mind, Reg soldiers on despite Maureen’s deteriorating health, and Jason and Kelly try, really badly, to hide some life-changing news. (DVD)

MY DREAM IS YOURS (1949) (WARNER ARCHIVE)

Talent agent Doug Blake (Jack Carson) is giving 100% to earn his 10%. He walks away from his arrogant singing star (Lee Bowman) and scrambles to discover another who will shine even brighter. He finds effervescent songstress Martha Gibson. Doris Day plays Martha. Think she has a chance? During the shooting of Days first film (Romance on the High Seas), director Michael Curtiz was sure the sparkling newcomer had much more than a chance and set the wheels in motion for My Dream Is Yours. Curtiz dots his film with authentic Hollywood locales (including the fabled Schwabs Pharmacy). And Bugs Bunny himself hops into a dream sequence. Welcome to the Dream Factory. Make it yours. (BLU-RAY)

ON MOONLIGHT BAY (1951) (WARNER ARCHIVE)

Not since Judy met the boy next door in St. Louis has there been a heaping of tuneful, romantic Midwestern American life like this! Doris Day and Gordon MacRae team for spoonin, croonin and swoonin On Moonlight Bay, based on Booth Tarkingtons Penrod stories. Try not to walk like a first baseman, Mama (Rosemary DeCamp) tells tomboy Marjorie (Day) as she prepares to date college man Bill (MacRae). The advice takes. The lovebirds hear wedding bells ahead, just as soon as Bill gets his sheepskin. But World War I rages over there. And Papa (Leon Ames) rages at home after a flap with his prospective son-in-law. Will harmony return to this Hoosier home? Surely Day and MacRae will make musical harmony. And On Moonlight Bay will have you sailing along. (BLU-RAY)

OUIJA SHARK (2020)

A group of teenage girls summon an ancient man-eating shark after messing with a spirit board that washes up on the beach. An occult specialist must enter the shark’s realm to rid this world of the deadly spirit ghost once and for all. (DVD)

PLAGUE TOWN (2008)

A tourist family lost in the Irish countryside… a remote village that hides a hideous secret… PLAGUE TOWN – the taboo-bashing indie horror milestone that has been called “maniacally twisted” (Horror News), “chilling and disturbing” (Blu-ray.com) and “an experience that goes where most mainstream horror fears to tread” (Fangoria). Experience this “brilliant” (Quiet Earth) hybrid of grisly ’70s shockers and graphic 21st century folk-horror, hailed as “an icy hand gradually sliding along the back of your neck for 90 minutes” (Mondo Digital). From co-writer/director David Gregory (BLOOD & FLESH: THE REEL LIFE & GHASTLY DEATH OF AL ADAMSON) and the producers of STAKELAND, now featuring an uncensored HD master and Special Features produced exclusively for this edition. (BLU-RAY)

PORT OF FREEDOM (1944)

Under the direction of Helmut Käutner (Black Gravel), German heartthrob Hans Albers stars as Hannes, a former sailor who now works as an entertainer, playing his accordion in the streets and cabarets of the garish red light district of Hamburg. When he meets a headstrong young farmgirl (Ilse Werner), Hannes’s passions are reawakened, and he is torn between his love for Gisa and the beckoning call of the sea. Produced in Germany in the final years of World War II, Port of Freedom (Grosse Freiheit Nr. 7) demonstrates how independent-minded artists were able to circumvent the demands of state-run film industry under the Third Reich. Rather than a propagandistic celebration of German might, it is a melancholy ode to lost love and happier times, lavishly photographed by Werner Krien in the rich warmth of Agfacolor. (BLU-RAY)

RACE FOR GLORY

A member of an up and coming motorcycle racing team abandons his teamates to join a rival group. He ends up playing second fiddle to the champion of the new team. Not satisfied, and against the wishes of his new boss, he tries to beat the champion but fails. He leaves racing, eventually to return and reunite with his old friends in an attempt to win the Grand Prix. (BLU-RAY)

ROBOT WARS (1993)

From director Albert Band (I BURY THE LIVING, DOCTOR MORDRID) comes ROBOT WARS, Full Moon’s sister film follow-up to 1989’s cult hit ROBOT JOX. In a gas-ravaged future Hell, the United States is divided into two opposing blocs, the North Hemi and the Eastern Alliance and targeting them both are roving bands of pirates known as the Centros. While “mega robots” were once employed for war, peace between the blocs has dictated that the mechanized monsters are no more, save for the lone remaining functioning specimen the MRAS-2, now utilized as a tourist attraction and piloted by the rough and tumble Drake (Don Michael Paul). But when a war-mongering dignitary steals the MRAS-2 and threatens to wage a new apocalyptic battle, Drake revives another dormant “mega robot”, the MEGA-1, and drags it out into the desert to take down the deadly, scorpion-like MRAS-2 with the fate of what’s left of the world hanging in the balance! (BLU-RAY)

SECRET HISTORY OF COMICS (2020) (2 DISKS)

The Walking Dead comic book creator Robert Kirkman stars in this documentary series that takes a deeper look into the stories, people and events that have transformed the world of comic books. (DVD)

SHOW BOAT (1951) (WARNER ARCHIVE)

From novel (by Edna Ferber) to Broadway smash (by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II) to three film versions (1929, 1936, 1951) to stage revivals. Like Ol Man River, Show Boat just keeps rollin along. Produced by Arthur Freed and directed by George Sidney, this 1951 version of the saga of riverboat lives and loves has glorious stars (Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel, Marge and Gower Champion) in Technicolor® radiance, a made-from-scratch 170-foot paddle wheeler, timeless songs and an equally timeless outcry against racial bigotry. This was music that would outlast Kerns day and mine, Ferber said in recalling her first reaction to hearing Ol Man River. She was right as rain. (BLU-RAY)

SILK ROAD (2021)

Philosophical twenty-something Ross Ulbricht creates Silk Road, a dark net website that sells narcotics, while DEA agent Rick Bowden goes undercover to bring him down. (DVD)

SIX IN PARIS (1965)

In 1965, young producer Barbet Schroeder supplied a 16mm camera, along with color film stock, to six friends, asking them to each make a short film about a Parisian neighborhood. The resulting films were shot quickly, with low budgets, improvised takes, and live sound. Fresh and original, and featuring contributions by luminaries including Nestor Almendros, Albert Maysles and Jackie Reynal, these six vignettes offer captivating and varied glimpses of the City of Lights. (DVD)

SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY (1987)

In the distant future, two beautiful young slaves are serving life on a prison galley. It’s a no win situation. With hopes and no map, they escape, convinced that any fate will be an improvement. But what do slave girls know? Crash-landed on a strange planet, they meet Zed, greatest hunter in the cosmos. His gracious hospitality fools them at first, but even these girls notice that Zed’s other guests are disappearing one by one. (DVD)

SMOOTH TALK (1985) (CRITERION)

Suspended between carefree youth and the harsh realities of the adult world, a teenage girl experiences an unsettling awakening in this haunting vision of innocence lost. Based on the celebrated short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates, the narrative debut from Joyce Chopra features a revelatory breakout performance by Laura Dern as Connie, the fifteen-year-old black sheep of her family whose summertime idyll of beach trips, mall hangouts, and innocent flirtations is shattered by an encounter with a mysterious stranger (a memorably menacing Treat Williams). Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, Smooth Talk captures the thrill and terror of adolescent sexual exploration as it transforms the conventions of a coming-of-age story into something altogether more troubling and profound. (DVD and BLU-RAY)

STRETCH (2014)

From Joe Carnahan, the acclaimed director of Narc, Smokin’ Aces, The A-Team, The Grey and Boss Level, brings you into the world of Stretch, a Hollywood limo driver with a dark past. When Stretch (Patrick Wilson, Watchmen) is in need of some quick cash to pay back his debts to a notorious gangster, he takes a job with a billionaire client (James Badge Dale, World War Z) in hopes of a big payday. His client’s eccentricities soon escalate into a wild night of adventure, sex and danger, which begins to make the fate of returning to the mob empty-handed seem reasonable. With an all-star cast featuring Chris Pine (Hell or High Water), Ed Helms (The Hangover), Brooklyn Decker (Just Go with It), Jessica Alba (Machete), Ray Liotta (Goodfellas), Randy Couture (The Expendables trilogy) and TV legend David Hasselhoff (TV’s Knight Rider and Baywatch), you won’t want to miss out on this ride of a lifetime. (DVD)

SUBSPECIES (1991)

Michelle and Lillian are two American students who have joined their friend Mara in Romania for their studies of the ancient myths and legends of Transylvania. But Myth turns into reality when the women become the object of desire of Radu, an evil vampire obsessed with making them his consorts. (BLU-RAY)

THURSDAY (1998)

Thomas Jane (Deep Blue Sea), Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), supermodel Paulina Porizkova (Anna), James Le Gros (Drugstore Cowboy), Michael Jeter (Open Range), Glenn Plummer (South Central) and Mickey Rourke (Sin City) star in this no-holds-barred, erotically charged thriller that packs a lifetime’s worth of action into one day. Casey Wells (Jane), a former shakedown artist from the mean streets of L.A., has gone straight—or so he thought. When his ex-partner-in-crime (Eckhart) appears one day with a mysterious suitcase, Casey’s comfortable suburban life is turned upside down. Suddenly, murderous drug dealers, a gorgeous, sexually voracious brunette (Porizkova) and crooked cops are trying to kill him. If Casey lives, he may wind up with hidden millions his old pal stole in a drug scam. But if he wants to survive until Friday, Casey’s going to have to revert to his old lethal habits. Written and directed by Skip Woods, the screenwriter of Swordfish, Hitman, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The A-Team, A Good Day to Die Hard and Sabotage. (DVD)

TRICK (2019)

A no-nonsense detective tries to track down a serial killer named Trick, who is terrorizing a small town. (DVD)

TRIGGER EFFECT / BODY COUNT DOUBLE FEATURE

Trigger Effect: Academy Award nominee Elisabeth Shue stars with Kyle MacLachlan and Dermot Mulroney in this intensely gripping story of a mysterious power failure that leads to the social breakdown of a major city. All forms of communication are wiped out-no electricity, no cash machines and no telecommunication. Now everything that society has taken for granted no longer works…and ordinary rules no longer apply.

Body Count: When an art museum heist goes terribly wrong and one of their own ends up dead, professional criminals are forced to head south with the law on their heels every step of the way. As the chase continues, they meet a seductive con artist who wants in on the action. With so much on the line, they must now decide if anyone can really be trusted. (BLU-RAY)

VIRGIN FOR ST. TROPEZ (1975)

From France’s legendary Eurocine, the studio that brought you such lurid Jess Franco classics as FEMALE VAMPIRE (aka EROTIKILL) and A VIRGIN AMONG THE LIVING DEAD comes this obscure and rarely seen sex romp thriller, set against the sunny locales of St.Tropez. (DVD)

WRONG TURN (2021)

A group of friends is surprised to found a native mountain people while hiking on the Appalachian Trail. The natives aren’t friendly, and they prefer their life of seclusion, worrisome of strangers and new faces. The team of friends struggles to survive their run in with the native mountain people calling themselves “The Foundation.” The Foundation attempts to save their way of life by eliminating the hikers; the group of friends is simply trying to survive what started out as a fun vacation in the mountains. (DVD)

ALSO NEW TO THE STORE ON BLU-RAY:

SHARK (1969)
NED KELLY (1970)
FOXBAT (1977)
RATINGS GAME (1984) (SPECIAL EDITION)
SLEEP WITH ME (1994)
RED SQUIRREL (1993)
HOODLUM EMPIRE (1952)
INNOCENT BYSTANDERS (1972)
PEBBLE AND THE PENGUIN (1995)
LIGHTS OUT (2016)
LOVE & BASKETBALL (2000)
SUPER BUDDIES (2013, also on DVD)

WITCHING SEASON (2015)
WEREWOLVES OF THE THIRD REICH (2017)
YOU MIGHT BE THE KILLER (2018)

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