Tuesday, May 31, 2022: Row 19 Premieres Today on VOD

A young female doctor with a 6-year-old daughter is on a night flight caught in a terrible storm. In a half-empty cabin, she faces unexplained deaths of her fellow passengers, loses her grip on reality and relives the worst nightmare from her childhood.

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After Mark breaks into a suburban home, he is stuck having to pay for the consequences of his actions. Mark soon learns that the home is inhabited by criminals who will do whatever it takes to make sure he does not get out alive. Mark, who is a criminal himself wants to do whatever it takes to get out of the messy situation to which he got himself into.

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Fresh Hell (2021) Available May 31

Inside the darkest days of 2020, a group of friends finally find the time to reunite online for virtual hugs, laughter, and drinks. But when one friend doesn’t log in and a stranger appears in her absence, they realize they’ve become part of a terrifying game of torture. From their isolation, a sociopath unleashes his psychotic fantasies that turn more savage and brutal as they begin to uncover the depths of their dammed era.

STARRING: Lanise Antoine Shelley, Ryan Imhoff, Will Mobley

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Escape to the Cove (2021) Available May 31

In the near future, a pandemic has ravaged the earth. Fear, greed and destruction have made way for such terrors as famine, pirates, and zombies. Cairo Yazid’s, only chance for survival is to join forces with a curmudgeon, Solomon, also still untouched by the fatal virus, as he is the only one who knows the secret location of the safe place known simply as The Cove.

STARRING: Garrett Barghash, Robert Enriquez, Phillip Cook

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A Comedy of Horrors (Volume 1 & 2) Available May 31

A horror comedy anthology. Imagine if you’re just a kid and your substitute teacher shows up to read from her favorite book about clowns-puppets-princesses and superheroes. Except they are not as kid friendly as you would expect. As a matter of fact they are horrifying.

STARRING: Matt Servitto, Henry Zebrowski, Rain Pryor

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Wicked World (1991) Available May 31

In 1989, filmmaker Barry J. Gillis and friends renewed the world’s faith in Canada with the horror brainbomb known as Things. But that was only the beginning. Wicked World is not only Gillis’ 1991 follow-up to Things―it’s also a new form of genre anarchy.

Grant Ekland (Gillis) is a cop who is haunted by the death of his girlfriend at the hands of a psychotic slasher named Harold. When Harold is released from an asylum, there’s only one option for Ekland: revenge! Filled with metal riffage, gnarly ultra-violence, and experimental techniques, Wicked World feels like what would happen if Salvador Dali injected acid directly into his brain while staring at a Cannibal Corpse LP cover. This is a highly personal treatise on the toxicity of society from one of the most singular filmmakers in trash-horror history

STARRING: Patti Anne Crossman, Maria Delgado, Kelly Felhaber

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Video Murders (1988) Available May 31

David Lee Shepard loves his mother. He’s a good boy who wants to make his mother proud. But he also wants to videotape himself strangling prostitutes. From one beautiful corpse to the next, Lieutenant Jerry Delvechio is getting closer to David. A reckless news reporter and a fatally friendly young woman get caught up in the mayhem.

STARRING: Eric Brown, Virginia Loridans, John P. Fertitta

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They Look Like People (2015) Available May 31

Suspecting that people are transforming into malevolent shape-shifters, Wyatt flees to New York City to seek out his estranged childhood friend Christian. As the mysterious horrors close in on Wyatt, he questions whether to protect his only friend from an impending war, or from himself. A genre-bending story of love, loyalty and living nightmares.

STARRING: MacLeod Andrews, Evan Dumouchel, Margaret Ying Drake

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Row 19 (2021) Available May 31

A young doctor and her daughter are on an overnight flight when several passengers on the half-empty plane suddenly suffer gruesome, inexplicable deaths. The woman begins to suspect that the shadowy, terrifying force behind her own worst childhood nightmare may be back for blood.

STARRING: Svetlana Ivanova, Marta Kessler Timofeeva, Wolfgang Cerny, Ekaterina Vilkova, Anatoly Kot

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Happy Death Day 2U (2019) Available May 31

It’s déjà vu all over again for Tree Gelbman, the snarky sorority sister who solved her own murder by repeatedly reliving it. But now the masked campus killer has mysteriously rematerialized to terrorize new targets, and Tree must cycle through another time loop of terrifying chills, clever twists, and pulse-pounding suspense in this inventive follow-up to Blumhouse’s hit thriller Happy Death Day.

STARRING: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Phi Vu

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Happy Death Day (2017) (4K Ultra HD) Available May 31

Blumhouse Productions brings you this original and inventive thriller in which a blissfully self-centered co-ed (Jessica Rothe, Utopia) is doomed to relive the day of her murder…unless she can identify her masked assailant and hopefully stop the madness. If she can’t, she will be stuck in an insane loop, reliving the ghoulish nightmare that has become her death day.

STARRING: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken

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FleshEater (1988) Available May 31

While assisting on a dig, a construction worker accidentally destroys the final resting place of a demonic zombie, rousting him from his unholy slumber, and reigniting his taste for human flesh. Meanwhile, a group of teenagers have decided to spend the night camping in the woods for a Halloween hayride, only to have their partying interrupted with the arrival of an ever-growing army of bloodthirsty undead! Will anyone survive the night in one piece?

A lo-fi gore epic directed by actor and cinematographer Bill Hinzman (The Crazies), star zombie in the classic Night of the Living Dead, FleshEater (aka Revenge of the Living Dead) is a fitting tribute and homage to Romero’s chilling masterpiece, updating the setting to the late 1980s while piling on the gut munching, throat ripping, and limb tearing action. Vinegar Syndrome is delighted to bring this highly ambitious slice of regional madness to 4K UHD and Blu-ray, in a brand new, eye popping (and gouging) restoration from its original 16mm camera negative, presented in its cinematographer and producer approved 1.33:1 aspect ratio for the first time on disc, along with a host of brand new extra features!

STARRING: Bill Hinzman, John Mowod, Leslie Ann Wick, Kevin Kindlin, Bonnie Hinzman

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Burglar From Hell (1993) Available May 31

A marauding, muscle-bound burglar named Frank the Tank violently invades the home of an elderly woman who promptly turns the tables; killing him with a shotgun and burying his corpse in her backyard before abruptly dropping dead from a heart attack. Several years later, a group of young friends unsuspectingly vacation together at the aforementioned beach house. When their new, witchcraft obsessed acquaintance Token attempts to conjure up a rain spell, she inadvertently brings Frank the Tank back from the grave. One by one the guests are gruesomely dispatched by the wise cracking, pizza-faced, undead burglar in a staggering flurry of maniacal murder and mayhem.

A seminal SOV standout from the early ’90s mail order horror boom, Burglar From Hell built a dedicated following in the underground with its riotous mix of practical splatter effects, low-brow toilet humor, gratuitous nudity, and unexpected attempts at social commentary. An engaging time capsule of 1990s Queens, New York that is notable as the feature debut of indie scream queen Debbie D. (Eaten Alive: A Tasteful Revenge), Burglar From Hell helped put filmmaker Phil Herman (Tales Till The End) and his Falcon Video collective on the micro-budget map and continues to intrigue audiences with its endearing homespun charms and bewildering bouts of camcorder phantasmagoria.

STARRING: Debbie D., Bryant Sohl, Barry Gaines

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Flatliners Original Trailer (Joel Schumacher, 1990)


Known for his impressively eclectic filmography and for helping to launch the careers of several young Hollywood stars of the 80s and 90s, Joel Schumacher (The Lost Boys, St. Elmo’s Fire) tackles the existential question that, at one time or another, haunts us all: what awaits us after we die?

At the University Hospital School of Medicine, five ambitious students subject themselves to a daring experiment: to temporarily induce their own deaths, hoping to glimpse the afterlife before being brought back to life. But as competition within the group intensifies and their visions of the world beyond increasingly bleed into their waking lives, they’re about to learn that the greatest threat comes not from the spirit world but from the long-suppressed secrets of their own pasts…

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Vampyr “Quick! They’re trying to kill him!” Clip

The first foray into sound filmmaking by one of cinema’s pivotal artists, VAMPYR remains a cornerstone work of the horror genre. The dreamlike tale of an occult-obsessed student’s visit to a small French village, as he is drawn into the unsettling mystery around a stricken family’s struggle with malevolent forces, remains an unparalleled evocation of the uncanny.

Adapting the haunted stories of Sheridan Le Fanu, Carl Th. Dreyer’s ceaseless innovation delivers a tour-de-force of supernatural phantasmagoria and creeping unease, via audacious camerawork and sound design.

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Scared to Death (1980) [Vinegar Syndrome Blu-ray Promo Trailer]

Ted Lonergan thought he had quit the force to pursue a career as a writer. But when someone – or something – begins stalking and viciously killing the residents of Los Angeles, Ted is asked to lend his expertise in uncovering the mystery assailant. However, things aren’t as simple as they appear, as Ted discovers that the predator he’s after is in fact a first of its kind, and a rapidly evolving genetically mutated organism known as the Syngenor. Enlisting the help of Sherry Carpenter, a scientist specializing in genetics, the unlikely duo start tracking the tedious mutant in the hope of destroying it before the body count continues to rise or even worse: before it breeds.

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Horror High / Stanley (1972-73) [Vinegar Syndrome Blu-ray Promo Trailer]

In the early 70s, independent filmmakers based in the American south found a fruitful way to make a living in low budget horror movies destined for the drive-in market. Reveling in lurid and absurd concepts, these films are just as much windows into the cultures which bred them as they are wild rides into the most outlandish areas of exploitation cinema. Vinegar Syndrome’s Drive-In Collection presents these two classics of regional horror together on Blu-ray for the first time.

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Thriller – A Cruel Picture (1973) [Vinegar Syndrome 4K UHD & Blu-ray Promo Trailer]

Rendered mute after being sexually assaulted as a youth, Madeleine (sexploitation superstar, Christina Lindberg) lives an isolated existence in her parents’ farmhouse. Missing the bus on her way to town one day, Madeleine accepts a lift from a wealthy and charming stranger named Tony. What starts off as an innocent meeting soon takes a nightmarish turn when Madeleine learns that Tony is really a sadistic pimp on the make, who soon enslaves her into his prostitution racket by forcing her to become dependent on heroin. After refusing to service a client, Tony punishes Madeleine by violently blinding her in one eye, forcing her to wear an eyepatch. Despite her limited means, Madeleine secretly saves money to undergo karate and weapons training behind Tony’s back. Once she reaches lethal proficiency, Madeleine embarks on a bloody road to revenge against her captors…

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