CAMP MOTION PICTURES LAUNCHES DVD-ON-DEMAND SERIES

Home Entertainment label Camp Motion Pictures announced a new initiative to bring ultra-niche and deep catalog programming to the market via the launch of a new DVD-ON-Demand Series.  Featuring professionally authored DVDs with interactive menus and extras, the series seeks to introduce – or re-introduce – previously lost, forgotten or overlooked independent genre programs to potential fans at a competitive price point, while ensuring physical inventory is perfectly aligned with customer demand.  As with all Camp releases, the ON-Demand DVDs will include extras in the form of commentaries, behind-the-scenes or interviews.

Vampyre (1990) – First time to DVD! Traumatized by vampires as a young man, David Gray grows into an adult dedicated to fighting the bloodthirsty forces of evil. He’s called to the remote New England village of Cortempierre, in which innocent humans have become the victims of witches and vampires.

The Drowned (2006) – First time to DVD! A gripping psychological ghost story along the lines of THE OTHERS, THE HAUNTING and LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH, THE DROWNED tells the story of Kate Williams, who inherits her grandmother’s cottage on a remote lake.  There, she encounters apparitions that seem to emanate from a submerged church where a congregation drowned over 100 years ago.  But as Kate is drawn deeper and deeper into the tragic history, she finds she is ill-prepared to unravel the horror that is THE DROWNED!

Paranormal Investigation Agency (2017) – First time to Home Entertainment! A hilariously low-brow spoof in which an incompetent but well-intentioned group of ghost hunters tackle a series of paranormal mysteries with mixed results.

Author: Nick DeCarlo

Fan, Critic, Distributor, IT Professional, loving Father/Husband (and miserably failed former hardcore musician) Nick DeCarlo is the Founder of Beneath The Underground and BTU Films. Nick has been a horror fan since his first theatrical viewing experience of Motel Hell (1980).

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