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6 New Release from Anchor Bay UK in May - Specs added

Anchor Bay have announced the UK DVD release of six new releases for May 2006...

Arriving on 15th May 2006 are...

Lizard Woman - £16.99 - The story of a writer named Kwanpilin (Roongrawee Borijindakul) who just finished her latest book, a story about an evil lizard. One day, on the way back to Bangkok, she buys an old, small wood box from a local villager and that's when the mystery begins. Kwanpilin comes face to face with strange illusions and a supernatural curse with lizards, but no one believes her. Her boyfriend, Vitool (Pete Thongchua) is a psychiatrist, suggests she go see a doctor for some help, but she refuses. Kwanpilin soon realises something is threatening her life and starts to discover a way to stop it without knowing that she may be the cause of this mysterious evil.

Features include trailer, electronic press kit, photo gallery, scene selection, Stereo 2.0, optional 5.1 Surround and DTS, and English subtitles.

The Dead Next Door - £16.99 - Writer/Producer/Director J.R. Bookwalter spent nearly 4 years - with the help of an uncredited, now-legendary Hollywood Director - creating this low-budget yet ultra-violent epic about a nationwide attack by hungry hordes of the living dead. From the spectacle of zombies on the White House lawn to its relentless scenes of flesh-ripping carnage, this is the splatter sensation that Dark Star calls "a no-holds-barred, laugh-a-minute gorefest." True independent film-making doesn't come from bloated celebrities in Sundance; it lives - and screams - in the heart, soul and blood-drenched guts of the cult classic THE DEAD NEXT DOOR.

Features include:

  • Audio commentary by writer-director J.R. Bookwalter, actor/co-producer Michael Todd and cinematographer Michael Tolochko Jr
  • 20 Years In 15 Minutes featurette
  • Cast auditions
  • Behind-the-scenes stills gallery
  • Behind-the-scenes footage
  • Deleted scenes and outtakes
  • Music video
  • Production stills gallery
  • Frightvision 200 Reunion
  • Video storyboards
  • Theatrical trailer

Demon Hunter - £14.99 - When exorcism fails, the Church secretly sends for one man to finish the job: Jake Greyman (Sean Patrick Flannery) of The Boondock Saints knows the truth about the demons that walk our world and is free to slay their spawn at will. But when Satan unleashes a plan to impregnate young Los Angeles prostitutes with his evil seed, Jake must team with an unorthodox young nun (Collen Porch of Starship Troopers 2) to save mankind from its own monstrous nature. William Bassett (House of 1000 Corpses) and Billy Drago (The Hills Have Eyes) co-star in this violent and sexy shocker from Stephen J. Cannell, the award-winning producer of Silk Stockings and Profit.

The Fallen Ones - £14.99 - For archaelogist Matt Fletcher (Casper Van Dien of Starship Troopers), it begins with the startling discovery of a 42-foot mummy buried beneath a desert valley in the American Southwest. But when additional evidence warns of a modern-day apocalypse, Fletcher - along with a desperate industrialist (Robert Wagner of Austin Powers) and a sceptical engineer (Kristen Miller of She Spies) - must survive the rampage of the reanimated giant and the fury of a mysterious stranger who may be the most unholy incarnation of all.


Arriving on 29th May 2006 are...
Strangeland - £16.99 - Heavy metal superstar Dee Snider, Elizabeth Pena and Robert Englund star in this dark suspense-thriller, in the tradition of Silence Of Lambs and Kiss The Girls.

Freak Out - £16.99 - Merv Doody (James Heathcote) is a true horror-movie geek, he's seen it all. That is until fate delivers an inept lunatic to his doorstep! Instead of wetting his pants Merv decides to transform this wannabe wacko into a super cool psycho. Enlisting the aid of his best buddy Onkey (Dan Palmer), the pair set about creating the greatest masked maniac the world has ever seen. Forget Jason and Freddy. They're losers. The man with the spatula (that's right, spatula. You wanna make something of it?) learns his lessons too well and carves a path of destruction through the sleepy town of Redwater Cove. Merv and Onkey find that they are the only two who can stop the murderous rampage of their own creation. The only question is how do you destroy an unstoppable machine of moronic madness?!

Disc 1: Main Feature
  • Stereo 2.0
  • Optional DD5.1 & DTS 5.1 Surround
  • Optional English HOH subtitles
  • Audio commentary by director Christian James, actor/writer Dan Palmer and actor/producer Yazz Fetto
  • Audio commentary by director Christian James, actor/writer Dan Palmer and cast members James Heathcote, Nicola Connell and Chilli Gold moderated by BBC Radio 1 movie critic James King

Disc 2: Extra Features
  • Making Out – behind the scenes of the four-year shoot of the film
  • Bum Feeling 101
  • Geek Out – internet movie critics express their opinions
  • Zaniac music video
  • 5 Minute Film School – tips for wannabe filmmakers
  • Honey I Blew Up The Looney
  • Deleted scenes
  • The Video Store









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