While supplies last, we are giving away a free 11 x 17 Don’t Go to the Reunion poster with every DVD purchase through Slasher Studios. It makes for a bloody good gift for Christmas and we want to share the slasher goodness with you. Lots of special features (check out the list below). Remember, these are region free dvds with exclusive extras you won’t find anywhere else and you must purchase through the link below to receive your free poster.
* Audio Commentary with the filmmakers
* Blooper Reel
* “Class of 2004″ Yearbook
* Slasher Studios short films (Teddy, Popularity Killer, Blood Brothers)
Scott Rantzen (Brady Simenson) is a horror movie loving misfit who is teased by the popular students in school. When a date with the very popular and very beautiful Erica Carpenter (Stephanie Leigh Rose) backfires, he feels as though his life is ruined. Ten years later, the gang reunite for their class reunion. Little do they know that someone is waiting for them and ready to see that they pay for what they did. Is Scott back for revenge and will the old gang survive to tell the tale? It’ll be more gore for Class of 04.
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Shooting starts in just six weeks on latest slasher film and it’s not too late to become a Dismembering Christmas backer! Receive some exclusive rewards as listed before AND help support indie filmmaking. We have a bloody good slasher that we can’t wait to share with all you slasher fans out there.
Donate $40 – Receive a Dismembering Christmas DVD & thank you credit.
Donate $50 – Receive DVD, thank you & imdb credit.
Donate $75 – Receive DVD, thank you, imdb credit, and cast/crew signed poster!
Donate $100 – Receive DVD, thank you, imdb credit, and cast/crew signed poster as well as a Don’t Go to the Reunion DVD & poster combo!
All money raised goes to the making of the film and we can’t wait to bring gore to this holiday season! Simply click the donate button below and pay through Paypal. It’s that easy and we can’t thank you guys enough.
On Thursday Night I saw The Craft (1996) for the very first time with some friends from Instagram! I already own it on DVD for a long time but I had not seen it yet. I remember the film standing out to me due to the poster and the cast full of youngsters. Neve Campbell is my favorite horror actress and I loved her ever since I saw her in the Scream movies. I did hear that The Craft was her first official role and she filmed it right before the original Scream. The premise also sounded very original and intriguing.
I finally saw it and I was impressed by it. The acting performances from the entire cast were really solid. Fairuza Balk was captivating in her role of the Craft leader turned psycho Nancy. I liked how she overacted in some scenes because it suited her character. A character you’d love to hate. Robin Tunney also did a great job in this movie, great character development. Neve Campbell was the standout in my opinion, I might go out there and say that this was her breakout role but her performance in Scream is far superior. You do get a clear image of her talent and that she’s a gifted actress. Rachel True was good in her role but in my opinion she was just THERE for me, she didn’t standout but she was just fine. Christine Taylor played an excellent evil bitch, to the point where you feel bad about her fate. Skeet Ulrich and Breckin Meyer were fun in this movie, especially loved Skeet in this movie. His scenes with Neve (only two or so) are hilarious cause they also starred together in Scream. So amusing seeing those two at the same time in a scene in The Craft.
This movie definitely results in as “Carrie meets Clueless” and that is all sorts of fun! The soundtrack was great and very 90’s. Excpetionally filmed by Andrew Fleming but the script had some problems and a few plotholes. The visuals are not always well executed but definitely very effective. Sometimes it looks dull however. There are lots of thrills in The Craft but its light on blood and gore. The bonding scenes between the girls were really good. I would highly recommend The Craft to anyone, I wanna upgrade it to Blu-ray! Great movie!
As many of you may know, Slasher Studios’ second slasher feature “Dismembering Christmas” has been running a poster contest to find the ultimate art for our home video release. We started with 26 kick-ass posters and the slasher fans have narrowed our list down to a final top 10. You can vote for the top ten through the link below. On December 1st, we will narrow this list down to a top 5 as decided by the fans. The top 3 posters will be featured on our blu-ray, dvd, and vhs releases respectively. Make sure to vote today. Each share/like/comment counts as one vote each so make sure to vote early and often. A big thank you to the amazing artists for creating this fantastic art and another huge thanks to the slasher fans for vote.
To vote for your favorite posters:
Dismembering Christmas Poster Contest (Round 2)
On a brand new Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl will be discussing their favorite horror movie houses. It’ll be a show filled with dream homes that are sure to give you nightmares. The fun starts tonight at 10PM central.
Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Horror Movie Houses
Today I saw the horror anthology Campfire Tales (1997) on TV. It aired last night around midnight and I recorded it to watch the next day. I heard about it through a best friend of mine on Instagram and she highly recommended it and that’s how I found out about this movie. The trailer looked pretty good and the cast is amazing. I ended up really liking Campfire Tales even with its share of flaws.
The opening segment (“The Hook”) starts good but didn’t last long enough to really leave an impression. I loved Amy Smart and James Marsden in it but it needed to be longer! I was impressed with the black-and-white style however. The second segment (“The Honeymoon”) was suspenseful, creepy and unpredictable! I loved the comedic dark tone to it. I loved Ron Livingston in this segment. Definitely a great segment all by all, especially well crafted. The third segment (“People Can Lick, Too”) was my favorite of the four. Not only is it very original, I also loved how eerie and twisted it got. The characters were fun and the suspense was great. The end of this segment is downright creepy. The fourth and last segment (“The Locket”) was really bland and confusing. I don’t get the approach or the idea behind the story. It did very little to me and it felt flat. While it ends surprising enough its too late. I like the wraparound story of “The Campfire”. Fun characters, amusing jokes and overall a very unexpected twist at the end! Which blew me away, don’t let anyone spoil it for you, its a goodie!
Campfire Tales is a fun and well made horror anthology with half good and half bad segments, a great cast and a terrific plot twist at the end! Its not perfect, the acting isn’t always good but its a recommendation to fans of the horror genre! Definitely getting it on DVD!
On a brand new episode of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl will be discussing their picks for worst horror remakes. The gory goodness begins tonight at 10PM central so make sure to tune in live or check out an archive!
Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Worst Horror Remakes
Due to scheduling conflicts, Kelli Anderson will no longer be playing the role of Sam in Dismembering Christmas. We wish Kelli the very best and hope to work with her in the future. However, we do have some very exciting news. The talented and lovely Nina Kova, who was originally playing Lauren in the film, will now be playing the lead role of Sam. We know Nina will make for a hell of a leading lady in our slasher and we are excited to see what she brings to the role! Let the slay ride begin!