3 SISTERS and HARBINGER new Horror From Tempe Video

From Summer Hill Films announced comes the giallo inspired thriller 3 SISTERS and young adult horror fantasy HARBINGER.

Coming to DVD on February 14, 2017, 3 Sisters sees Sarah Lehman coming home to discover her sister Emma brutally murdered following the funeral of their uncle. Unable to face staying the night in the house, she reaches out to her ex-boyfriend Dylan. As they tentatively rekindle their extinguished romance, the killer lurks menacingly in the background, targeting Sarah’s other sister. With the help of an eccentric police detective, Dylan resolves to catch the murderer before Sarah’s life comes under threat.

From writer/director Dáire McNab, 3 Sisters was filmed in Dublin, Ireland but takes its cues from the Italian Giallo films of the 1970s. Starring Selena Walsh, Elliot Moriarty and Italian cinema legend Giovanni Lombardo Radice (House on the Edge of the Park, Cannibal Ferox, City of the Living Dead).

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Coming to DVD on February 28, 2017, Harbinger follows Mira Gonzaga who has been having terrible dreams. As they escalate, Mira’s father moves her and her pregnant mother to a secluded ranch in the Texas hill-country. The night terrors do not end as warnings from her deceased grandmother and visions of things-to-come haunt her. When nearby fracking operations begin to infiltrate the ranch’s water supply; Mira’s parents begin to feel it’s dire effects…

The debut feature of writer/director Cody Duckworth, Harbinger has received attention, after screening at the San Antonio Film Festival and Cine Las Americas International Film Festival, for its dark fable atmosphere and environmental themes. Starring Paeka Campos, Dimitrius Pulido (Machete) and Tina Rodriguez (Death Proof, Inglourious Basterds).

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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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