Wednesday, May 21, 2014

"Blood Slaughter Massacre​" coming to DVD in Fall 2014 from Wild Eye Releasing!



(New York – May 20th, 2014) Today on the Horror Happens Radio show (hgrnj.org), Manny Serrano, co-owner of Mass Grave Pictures, announced that they have signed a distribution deal for their first feature film “Blood Slaughter Massacre,” with Wild Eye Releasing. The distribution deal includes DVD, VOD, and an eventual VHS release of the indie slasher film.
The DVD will boast many special features including:
-A feature length commentary with Manny Serrano (Director/Writer/Editor), Lindsay Serrano (Producer/A.D./Head of SFX) and Louie Cortes (Writer/Cinematography).
-Over 12 minutes of deleted/extended scenes
-A VHS rip of the BSM promo tape, containing the three faux-trailers the film is based upon
-“Demons of the Night” Music Video by Midnight Flashback, with footage from the film
-A behind-the-scenes featurette
-The Ripper Action Figure Toy Commercial, starring Johnny Dickie (Slaughter Tales) and more!
-New original cover art created by horror artist Joel Robinson (artpusher.net).

While there is no official street date set yet, Wild Eye Releasing is expecting the film to hit stores in the fall of 2014. Having received positive reviews from Horrorhound, Rue Morgue, Horror Society, Rogue Cinema, and many more, Mass Grave Pictures is looking forward to the film being received well by the fans as well.
“We created a horror film for horror fans, but we also wanted to make something that non-horror fans could enjoy as well.” says Director Manny Serrano, “While it is intended for an adult audience, we tried to make a film which lives up to some of the horror films of the 80’s that we all watched as kids back then. Hopefully we’ve succeeded.”
“Blood Slaughter Massacre” can be seen Saturday, May 24th at Enigma Bookstore (33-17 Crescent Street, Astoria, Queens, NY) as part of “A Day of Horror and Sci-Fi.”  It will screen along with Mass Grave Pictures’ short film “The Attack of the Brain People,” as well as numerous other shorts including Mark Boutros’ “The Collectors,” Patrick Devaney’s “Aemorraghe,” Thomas Ryans’ “Day 9,” and Rob Dimensions’ “Baggage.” Doors open at 12:30pm, $10 entry gets you access to all the films, as well as a live performance by The Brotherhood of the Jug Band Blues, and showcases by comic artists Sara Woolley and Christa Cassano, who will both be on-hand, signing their books.