- SKU: 25608129
- Release Date: 10/14/2014
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Call of the Yukon
In this saccharine Klondike adventure, a brave female reporter who has a rapport with wild animals heads north to cover a story. Included in her animal entourage are a pair of bear cubs, a talking rook, and a homeless collie. After she gets lost, a handsome guide shows up to lead her out of the wilderness. It is an arduous journey fraught with many natural dangers, and the travelers nearly die from hunger until another man shows up to save them. When he begins pursuing the reporter, the guide gets jealous and a terrible fight erupts. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
A backpacking excursion into the hills of Kentucky turns into a bloody battle of life and death for seven unsuspecting hikers. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Howling IV: The Original Nightmare
Shot in South Africa, this direct-to-video installment of the werewolf series continues that franchise's tradition of generating sequels light-years distant from the quality of Joe Dante's witty and frightening original. The fourth chapter even attempts to rewrite the original film's premise, which admittedly took grand liberties with the novel by Gary Brandner. The revamped tale involves successful author Marie (Romy Windsor), who visits the scenic woodland town of Drago to find respite from constant nightmare visions involving werewolves and a mysterious nun. Needless to say, her stay in the village does nothing to dispel the visions, which increase in frequency and seem to suggest strange portents of evil events to come...and a warning to get out of town before the next full moon. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Monsters in the Woods
A deal with the devil leads to bloodshed on the set in this independent horror film about a low-budget filmmaker determined to succeed. Upon completing his vision of the perfect film, director Jayson (Glenn Plummer) is told that his movie doesn't have enough sex and violence to sell. Dejected but determined to succeed at all costs, he convinces his unstable producer Bravo (Blaine Cade) to round up a crew for reshoots in the Great Bear Mountains. With a cast including fearless stuntman Burt (Edward Hendershott) and pretty aspiring starlet Ashley (Linda Bella), the filmmakers set out to give their film and exploitive edge, and rake in the cash. When Jason is later killed during production, Bravo convinces the cast that the director would have wanted them to go on without him. And so they do. But little does the cast realize that Bravo has sold his soul in exchange for success and that in order to fulfill his end of the bargain he must sacrifice twelve souls to the Devil himself. Meanwhile, as the Devils minions emerge to collect their souls, two angels descend from heaven on a mission to protect the innocent, and fight Satan's rampaging demons back to the gates of Hell. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory
A school for wayward girls is plagued by mysterious attacks by a strange beast. This low budget, melodramatic horror film has several shadowy characters who are suspected of being werewolves. The girls really are wayward as they wander off into the nearby forest every time the moon is full. A wolf, a girl, and three men meet their demise at the claws of the unknown throat ripper. Terror grips the campus as the search continues for the murderous monster. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
A Spring Break beach trip turns into a waking nightmare in this indie shocker based on real events. When car troubles lead a group of students to seek shelter in an abandoned lodge, dark forces emerge and blood is spilled. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Avid hunter and outdoorsman Hanklin Purvis (Larry Joe Campbell) joins forces with his Native American neighbor Francis Wellman to track down a mysterious beast that's developed an appetite for humans after preying on wild animals. When the creature's victims show signs of lethal bacteria, Wellman races to create an antidote that could save lives as the attacks grow increasingly frequent and ferocious. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Moon of the Wolf
Filmed for television, this story concerns a series of killings in the Louisiana bayou. The sheriff on the case believes that a werewolf is behind the murders. The film was adapted from a book by Leslie H. Whitten. ~ John Bush, Rovi