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Thursday, September 25, 2014

GORGON VIDEO Brings EVILS OF THE NIGHT to DVD October 14th


When Gorgon Video said they were returning, all of us thought... Hey, new Faces of Death Blu-rays. Maybe something along that line. They put out a gorgeous Blu-ray of Death Spa which this reviewer found to be one of the big surprises of the year. I'm still talking about it and offering me highest recommendation. They have a ton of merch on their site, some new VHS releases and of course they were the Texas Chain Saw Massacre Black Maria distributor premiere for a short period of time. Now Gorgon is giving us a new DVD of an old favorite, Evils of the Night. I have NOT seen this movie though I had seen recently that a VHS release was out (a new VHS release that is). If after reading the description below you are not excited or at least moderately curious, just stare at the nipples glaring at you through the picture on the box art. Try NOT to stare them. I dare you.

This cover art is pure sex.

Full releaase from Gorgon Video. Welcome back!


Full of sex, lasers, synth-pop, feathered hair, bikinis and axe wounds, EVILS OF THE NIGHT is a pivotal example of Reagan-era teen fantasy fodder. Genre favorites John Carradine, Julie Newmar (TV's Catwoman) and Tina Louise (Gilligan's Island) star as a gang of alien scientists who want the life-giving blood supply of horny teens camping out near their secret lab. Veteran Hollywood stars Aldo Ray and Neville Brand (in his final film role) play a pair of bumbling mechanics hired by the extraterrestrials to kidnap the teens for experimentation - with botched and bloody results. Co-starring adult film legends Amber Lynn and Crystal Breeze, and directed by Mardi Rustam (producer of The Psychic Killer and Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive), this 1985 sci-fi horror classic features some of the most gruesome special effects ever put on film. Gorgon Video's release marks the long-awaited DVD debut of EVILS OF THE NIGHT.



EVILS IN THE NIGHT
Release Date: October 14, 2014
SRP: $14.98
Rating: R
Running time: 85 minutes
Genre: Sci-fi horror

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