Hey Bastards. We just got word from the Danger After Dark crew about some new releases that are now available for streaming. These guys are always tossing out gold so peep it when you can kid. You can also hit them up on Facebook here. And now…. on to the yackety.
Danger After Dark Releases Suicide Club
and Satan Hates You
Danger After Dark is thrilled to announce that the cult-classic, unrated version of Suicide Club is available now to stream and download via Amazon.com, iTunes.com, TLACult.com and YouTube.com. Directed by the prolific Sion Sono (Cold Fish, Love Exposure, Strange Circus) the film has cultivated a rabid, loyal fan base and with it themes of suicide, anti-establishment rebelliousness and nefarious government/cultural witchery, the film is even more relevant than ever.
Suicide Club (Jisatsu S?kuru) aka Suicide Circle Synopsis
Directed by Sion Sono (2002, 100 min., Japanese with English Subtitles)
A wave of unexplainable suicides sweeps across Tokyo after 54 smiling high school girls join hands and throw themselves from a subway platform into an oncoming train. Detective Kuroda (Ryo Ishibashi from Audition) and the rest of the police force are baffled as the bloodbath triggers a wave of suicides across the city. When a cryptic phone call tips off police to a strange website that appears to be tracking the suicides before they happen, the question becomes, are they really suicides at all? This outrageously bizarre, wicked social critique in the form of a creepy and enigmatic detective mystery examines the despair of the disaffected Japanese youth and the influence of pop culture on their lives. From international film festival favorite to cult sensation, Suicide Club is a study of contemporary morality that is gruesome, darkly comic and vividly original.
Also from Danger After Dark, find out why Satan Hates You in the latest gore masterpiece directed by James Felix McKenney and featuring a cavalcade of genre stars including Larry Fessenden (I Sell the Dead), Debbie Rochon (Toxie Twins: Toxic Avenger V), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), Angus Scrimm (Phantasm) and Reggie Bannister (Bubba Ho-tep). Buy the DVD or watch online at Amazon.comAmazon.
Danger After Dark to Distribute
Mondo Macabro Library
Don’t Open Till Christmas is First Release…
Danger After Dark is proud to announce that it will be the exclusive North American distributor for UK-based Mondo Macabro, the film label dedicated to “the wild side of world cinema.” To celebrate this momentous partnership, Mondo Macabro presents the holiday release of Don’t Open Till Christmas, the classic British slasher that was heavily cut at the time of its release – now re-mastered in HD and uncut for the first time ever with over 70 minutes of extras! The “ho-ho-ho horror” slays your DVD collection when it streets December 6, 2011 with a SRP of $24.99. Check out the trailer below.
“Danger After Dark is excited to bring one of the premiere, specialty film labels into our distribution family,” says Derek Curk, President of Danger After Dark. “Mondo Macabro’s fearless dedication to finding, preserving and unleashing unconventional, provocative movies fits Danger After Dark’s drive to provide an outlet for Mondo, to get their films to their very loyal fan-base.”
Don’t Open Till Christmas Synopsis
Don’t Open Till Christmas, directed by and starring Edmund Purdom, celebrates Christmas time in London – a season of good will to all men and full of joyous celebrations, quality family time and luxurious presents. This year, it’s also time for a masked maniac to be let loose on the streets. His intended victims are chosen at random but they all have one thing in common: they are dressed in the flowing white beard and bright red robes of Santa Claus! With 14 Santa Clauses already dead and only three killing days left until Christmas, the police are baffled as the horrific death toll continues to rise. From the producers of Pieces and Slaughter High, this rarely-seen flick features very graphic and disturbing violence – including castration, mutilation – and some phenomenal nudity, courtesy of Pat Astley (Mr. Grace’s nurse from Are You Being Served?). Suffice it to say, your holidays will never be the same again!
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