New distribution company FilmRise has added a crop of cult horror titles to their quickly growing list of horror acquisitions for home video release in DVD and digital formats.
Their latest acquisitions include several films helmed by Class of Nuke 'Em High director Richard W. Haines, including the goofy 1984 slasher Splatter University, psycho-thriller Head Games and his most recent feature What Really Frightens You? Also in the lineup is the campy cannibal flick Flesh Eating Mothers and monster-kid opus The Suckling.
The new titles join previous FilmRise horror pickups that include Wes Craven's occult obscurity Deadly Blessing (starring Sharon Stone), TV movie Grave Secrets (starring Patty Duke) and SyFy series Deals from the Darkside. They also recently picked up the digital distribution rights to John Landis's 1981 classic An American Werewolf in London.
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