Check out this awesome interview with SOVHORROR owner Tony Masiello from The Phantom Of Haunted Hill. Afterward be sure to head over to the SOVHORROR DVD Store and grab yourself some awesome flicks.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Friday, October 1, 2021
Metal Joe is tired of being brought down by posers and fools. So he digs up his old bandmate, revives him with a satanic record, and programs him to run on heavy metal. Guitars roar as the bodies soar when the Metal Maniac prowls the streets seeking to rid the world of all posers and false metal. Featuring an awesome heavy metal soundtrack with muisc by Nasty Savage, Deceased, Oz, Axemaster, Black Death and more!
- Audio Commentary With Cast And Crew
- Metal Maniac Outtakes
- Borrowed Time - Live At Mac’s Bar
- Bonus Short - Nightmare On 34th Street
- Bonus Short - Johnny Braineater
- Metal Maniac Trailers
- SOVHORROR.COM Trailer Vault
- Insert Card Featuring Alternate Artwork
2012 / COLOR / 63 MIN. / UNRATED
Available On DVD-R From SOVHORROR.COM:
We get tons of emails of people asking about how to acquire our out or print titles. Well to celebrate Halloween we will be re-releasing all out of print titles for a limited time October 1st - 15th. Titles available will be The Room Mate, The Shape, Deck The Halls / Humpleforskin, Assault On The Snakemen / Moopet Pastor, and Specimen 6. This is the last time we will make these titles available so don't miss out on the chance to fill in the gaps of your SOVHORROR and Basement Videos Collections. Grab them all October 1st at the SOVHORROR DVD Store. Happy Halloween!!!
Sunday, September 26, 2021
SOVHORROR and B-Movie Madness are teaming up for a super spooky SOV Halloween Watch Party on October 1st at 7PM PT. We will be screening the Mack Hail and Jim Mills Halloween fan film from 1992 The Shape, as well as the Chris Seaver Warlock Home Video classic Death O'Lantern! Also trailers, live chat, prizes and more! Don't miss out on this one it's going to be a spooky blast! Join us at https://discord.io/bmoviemadness
Monday, September 20, 2021
This time on the SOVHORROR podcast Tony chats with Director Chris LaMont (Writer's Block Truth Or Dare 2)! Check it out, and then be sure to head on over to the SOVHORROR DVD Store afterwards and pick up a copy of the new Special Edition DVD of Writer's Block today. Video version below Audio version HERE.
Saturday, September 18, 2021
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Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Jack Grady's latest novel The Woodcutter is a total scream with the fans. Unfortunately when it's time to write his next masterpiece he gets a bad case of Writer's Block. But his luck changes when he finds a mysterious journal written by a psychopathic teen obsessed with the game Truth or Dare. It's just a book right...... Well Elliot doesn't think so. Now it's time for the ultimate payback, cause when you play Truth or Dare with Elliot you always lose.
- Audio Commentary With Director Chris LaMont
- Audio Interview With Truth Or Dare Director Tim Ritter
- New Director's Cut Version Of Writer's Block
- SOVHORROR.COM Trailer Vault
1995 / COLOR / 95 MIN. / UNRATED
Available On DVD-R From SOVHORROR.COM:
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Horrortales.666 Part 2 (2021)
Review By Ryan Reading
Phil Herman, Dustin Hubbard, and Joel D. Wynkoop are back with the follow up to 2003’s Horrortales.666.
Horrortales.666 Part 2 starts with Joel D. Wynkoop reprising his role as the burglar. The burglar was just released from prison after a 15 year bid. As an unsuspecting homeowner leaves her residence, the burglar breaks in. While searching the home for gold and other valuables, he begins to hear the house speaking to him and soon enough starts seeing apparitions. The voices are calling for him to “sit down, shut up, and read the stories, dumbass” and he complies.
The first tale is Open House, directed by Matt Cannon. A rookie real estate agent, Sue, is getting her first house ready for sale. While she is walking the property in an effort to prepare it for the market, she encounters a mask and costume left behind. We are privileged to a flashback scene showing that some evil event has taken place. We see two deceased adults and a masked man exiting the house, as a small child puts the finishing touches on an art project. Back to the present time, Sue is shook up after seeing the costume. The rest of the real estate team learns of the house's history, as members begin to be heinously murdered. From a high heel impaled forehead to faces being dunked into boiling water, the horror just begins as Sue is still eager for her first sale.
The Last Farewell, directed by Marcelo Fabani, is the second tale of the film. We see a man who just woke up on his 50th birthday. He begins his day making breakfast and then heading over to his computer. He is anxious to check his email; he is looking forward to warm birthday wishes from his daughter. However, he is unaware that today is the last day of his life. He is flooded with flashbacks of his youth, particularly a memory of his mother’s 40th birthday, where she lost her life. It is storming mightily, as it was on his mother’s final day, as well. He hears his mother speaking to him, as she begins to narrate the tale. We see some well crafted scenes with a spaceship navigating the storm riddled skies. Our main character’s body begins to break down, when his mother explains that he, his daughter, and herself are alien hybrids and he is receiving this call to leave his human existence. Then a new voice calls out for him to “kill his daughter”.
The third tale brings us into the holiday season with Slay Ride, directed by Derek Braasch. It’s Christmas time. The camera pans through neighborhood homes and streets decorated for the season. We then join Santa and Mrs. Claus in their suburban home. It is Christmas Eve, Santa is eating dinner before embarking on his annual journey to deliver gifts to the children of the world, but things take an interesting turn this year. Santa readies his SUV, puts on some death metal for the ride, and makes his first stop. He enters the house to the sounds of a female moaning. As any curious man would, he heads upstairs to see what is going on. He encounters an elf going down on Mrs. Clause. Sometimes relationships can make the most joyous men turn into a chainsaw wielding murderer and that is exactly what happens. Santa fires up the saw and makes easy work of his wife and the elf. Now Santa still has a job to do, but is not in the mood to leave Tonka Trucks and Barbies this year.
We are then treated to The Present, from Joe Sherlock. A wife has a surprise for her husband after a stressful day of work. He walks in the door and they catch up on their day, while she wraps up cooking dinner. Once they have filled each other in on their respective days, she leads him to his surprise and it is a doozy. She takes him to an empty room in their house, where there is an unconscious woman bound to a chair. Clearly the husband is excited, but they leave to eat a spaghetti dinner before returning to the present. The woman is now beginning to regain consciousness. Disoriented, confused, frightened - the woman has every right to be as the wife begins to remove her clothing. Clutching a butcher knife, the husband then applies pressure to bound woman’s throat as the story escalates quickly with the couple ultimately having sex over the corpse of the captured woman.
Our final story is My World, directed by Phil Herman. In this meta tale, we begin with a busty leading lady filming her scene for Slowmo The Giant Clown. After the actress and Phil have a disagreement on the phone, Phil and Dustin begin speaking about wrapping up production on Horrortales.666 Part 2. Dustin is seemingly stressed, while both of their phones are ringing off the hook with actors looking to be the host of Horrortales.666 Part 2. Everyone is asking to host the sequel, from Debbie D, Debbie Rochon, Ari Lehman, to Michael Moutsatsos and Shawn C. Phillips and everyone in between. This story takes on a humorous tone to bring the movie to a close. A story that is likely rooted in my real life scenarios. There are some interesting mentions and references to a rumored Burglar From Hell Part 2. I don’t think I am alone in wanting to see this project actually happen!
Overall, Horrortales.666 Part 2 delivers everything you would expect and hope for. This is a low budget, shot-on-video, horror anthology that accomplishes everything it sets out to. There is blood, boobs, ghosts, aliens, Santa rubbing one out and ejaculating tinsel (yes, seriously) and much, much more. The wrap around segments work well and set the tone. While the individual segments are well written, shot, and executed perfectly. The stories are engaging, fresh, and leave you wanting more. I would recommend Horrortales.666 Part 2 to any horror anthology fan or shot-on-video fan. It is a must see for fans of Tim Ritter, Donald Farmer, Todd Sheets, Mark Polonia, and the like. You will not be disappointed. Also, there is a little segment snuck into the credits. So, don’t bail early! Head over to Sleaze Box to grab your copy today!