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  • The Terror Vision Video Club

    From their FB page:

    After an incredible 12 months with OCN Distribution (Vinegar Syndrome), Terror Vision is leaving that nest to start distributing their own home video releases directly via Graveface Distribution. Terror Vision has 36 home video releases locked down and in production and will be spread throughout the next couple of years. Launching in late 2022, The Terror Vision Video Club (TVVC) is Terror Vision's brand new subscription service model for home video releases.
    The premise is simple: You can join at ANY TIME and receive the next 10 Terror Vision home video titles as they are released!

    With TVVC:

    - You will pay a discounted amount instead of the regular retail price for each Blu-ray.
    - You will be guaranteed a slipcover of each release.
    - You will receive a Terror Vision Video Club t-shirt.
    - You will get a login to the Terror Vision Club wholesale page where you can buy other TV products for cheap such as merch, cassettes, vinyl records, and other goodies.
    - You will NOT pay for shipping domestically (FREE SHIPPING? Darn tootin’)

    So far the films that Terror Vison have released are: WNUF Halloween Special, Norway, Killing Spree, Love & Saucers, Video Violence 1&2, and Blood, Guts, and Sunshine. Coming in the future to our home video label will be more to come such as; Lost Films, SOV, UHDs, slashers, and more! A few examples are:

    - 1990s Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout will make its Blu-ray debut.
    - Santa Claws will make its Blu-ray debut with a brand new 4K scan of the original 16mm camera negative.
    - The very unavailable Attack of the Killer Refrigerator, Hook of Woodland Heights, and a lost Christmas SOV from the same filmmakers called Days Before Christmas will all be making their Blu-ray debut from Terror Vision. This will also include the documentary Snapper which was their unfinished killer turtle film.
    - Copperhead will be slithering its way on its Blu-ray debut of this somewhat lost SOV classic.
    - Happy Hell Night will make its UHD debut with a new 4K scan of the original 35mm camera negative.

    Join today at
    Rock! Shock! Pop!

  • #2
    Is $US22.50 per disc a really steep ask for SOV content when you don't know what you're getting?
    "Never let the fact that they are doing it wrong stop you from doing it right." Hyman Mandell.


    • #3
      $22.50 is actually on the cheap side considering what discs are selling for these days.
      Why would anybody watch a scum show like Videodrome? Why did you watch it, Max?