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Horror in both a deadly serious and humorous vein is
showcased in a series of titles coming from Camp Motion Pictures, Shock-O-Rama
Cinema and Bloody Earth Films in 2012. We got the scoop on a bunch of their
movies coming to DVD and digital markets, plus the first look at a couple of
covers and the final specs for the previously announced TRIPPIN’.
Camp’s two-DVD set for TRIPPIN’ and the short films of
director Devi Snively arrives April 10. The feature, a comic take on
cabin-in-the-woods slaughter flicks with plenty of sex, drugs and gore, will be
presented in 16x9-enhanced widescreen and 5.1 stereo on the first disc,
accompanied by “High Hopes: TRIPPIN’ Behind-the-Scenes” and “Welcome to Deviant
Pictures” featurettes. The second disc will include the following Snively
shorts: TEENAGE BIKINI VAMPIRE, CONFEDERATE ZOMBIE MASSACRE, RAVEN GETS A LIFE,
DEATH IN CHARGE, MEAT IS MURDER, I SPIT ON ELI ROTH and LAST SEEN ON DOLORES
STREET. There will be theatrical screenings in advance of the disc, so stay
tuned for more info on those; Snively discusses TRIPPIN’ with us here.
On July 17, Camp issues DOCUMENTING THE GREY MAN (pictured
at top), a found-footage frightfest from director Wayne Capps. This one is
about a group of actors who fake a ghost-hunting expedition to a South Carolina
plantation, in order to expose reports of a haunting as hysteria, but of course
find that it’s all too real. The DVD will present the movie in 16x9-enhanced
widescreen with 2.0 stereo, a making-of featurette and a trailer vault.
Coming August 14 from Shock-O-Rama is director/co-writer
Channing Lowe’s GROUND ZERO, in which two professional “cleaners” hired to
dispose of a corpse take it to a warehouse where they encounter more stiffs—one
of which isn’t quite dead. September 11 sees the release via Bloody Earth Films
of COME AND GET ME, writer/director Chris Sun’s slasher saga in which four
girlfriends are terrorized by a trio of serial killers in the Australian
hinterlands; go here for a story on that film. And ATOMIC BRAIN INVASION, Richard Griffin’s homage
to ’50s alien-attack films (see item here)
will land October 2 from Camp. Covers and details on these last three are
coming soon; retail price for all the discs covered here will be $19.98 each. Check
out the official website for these labels here.
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