Horror DVD Releases – Week of April 27th, 2010

(descriptions from Netflix and BestBuy)

The Descent Part 2 (2009)
In this gruesome thriller, blood-drenched Sarah Carter (Shauna MacDonald) surfaces as the lone escapee from the savage cave-dwelling Crawlers that terrorized her and five others. Traumatized and unable to explain the nightmare, she must return to help find her friends. But it’s not long before the search team becomes the Crawlers’ fresh prey. And Sarah once again battles to cheat death, as she clings to the hope that her friends are alive.

Transylmania (2009)
Deep in the heart of Transylvania lies Razvan University, where a group of visiting students is about to get the shock of a lifetime. When not being stalked by vampires and succubi, they’re evading Razvan’s other resident crazies. Seductive teachers, willing students and a hunchback are all included in this year’s curriculum. Musetta Vander, Patrick Cavanaugh and Jennifer Lyons star in this bloodcurdling spoof.

Life Blood (2009)
Forty years after committing a murder and inexplicably dropping off the map, lesbian couple Brooke (Sophie Monk) and Rhea (Anya Lahiri) are back — although not necessarily in the form you’d expect. They’re as beautiful as ever, but now they’re vampires, too. And the ladies’ newfound bloodlust, coupled with their killer looks, makes them a deadly pair in this sexy horror flick from director Ron Carlson.

Tales from the Darkside: Season 3 (1986)
Keep the lights on while watching the third season of this TV anthology series that presents scary tales of the supernatural, including an eerie account of a reporter who visits a circus run by vampires thirsting for fresh blood. Also this year, a businessman makes a pact with the devil, a mannequin comes to life and a little girl discovers her dollhouse has strange powers.

Mega Piranha (2010)
A gigantic school of mutant piranha makes their way up to Florida from South America while devouring anyone – and anything – that gets in their way. Tiffany, Paul Logan, and Barry Williams star.

Marked (2007)
A paranormal researcher seeks to solve her father’s murder by catching the man who killed him, only to find that true evil possesses the power to cheat death. Ever since her dad was killed, Diella has developed an obsession with the supernatural. Today, she and a team of paranormal researchers use advanced technology to search for evidence of life after death. The harder they search for clues, the more ominous the messages from the other side become. Before long Diella and her team are peering into the mind of a madman, experiencing things beyond their realm of comprehension, and facing a fate far worse than death.

Passed the Door of Darkness (2008)
A madman turns normal people into killers by setting a series of complex lethal traps. Rookie homicide detective Chris Malloy (Matthew Prater) and Detective Murphy MacCasey (Mark Colson) are working the midnight shift when they walk into one of the grizzliest crime scenes they’ve ever encountered. The following night another body turns up. There’s a killer on the loose; he calls himself the “Shadow of God,” and he tricks people into killing their loved ones in the most gruesome ways imaginable.

The Fear Chamber (2009)
A Los Angeles detective has a series of nightmarish hallucinations that help him track an elusive organ thief who is terrorizing the city. Women are being killed all over town, but the murderer isn’t leaving any clues. Meanwhile, Detective Nick Ferguson (Rhett Giles) begins suffering from bizarre visions that leave him dazed and confused. When Detective Ferguson learns to embrace his newfound sense of second sight, he realizes it may be the key to stopping the murder spree.

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