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Old 06-10-2016, 12:07 AM   #1
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1. Rock & Rule
2. The Scarlet Worm
3. Where The Dead Go To Die
4. Atroz
5. Francesca
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Old 06-10-2016, 12:16 AM   #2
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Only own Rock & Rule .. haven't seen any of the others but i do have Atroz and Francesca on pre-order the synopsis for both def grabbed my attention wondering if anyone has seen any of those two among the other 2 - The Scarlet Worm and Where the Dead Go To Die
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Old 12-08-2016, 08:36 PM   #3
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I ordered American Guinea Pig DVD and a Blu-Ray of part 2, Bloodshock from Unearthed Films direct on November 21st and thus far do not have the product or any sort of shipping confirmation.

In fact, I am currently unable to even find their store page anymore. Anyone have any info? I don't really want to too away $48.00. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 12-08-2016, 10:52 PM   #4
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http://www.unearthedfilms.com/

I could be wrong but I think I read that they're moving. Seems like that info was posted in a thread about a sale Unearthed was having but I don't remember when that was.
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Old 12-09-2016, 01:18 AM   #5
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http://www.unearthedfilms.com/

I could be wrong but I think I read that they're moving. Seems like that info was posted in a thread about a sale Unearthed was having but I don't remember when that was.
ok, thanks for that link. Yeah they were having a black friday type sale last month. I didn't think it would take this long to get to me.
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Old 12-09-2016, 08:48 AM   #6
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Ye gods, they need to rebuild their website from scratch. I'm not going to drop forty bucks on a Rock & Rule BD until I know every single thing about the disc and you have to go on a frikkin' expedition just to find details for the DVD.
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Have you ever thought, "You know what? There's a serious dearth of homemade horrors with their big, red hearts in the right place. And even more so homemade werewolf flicks, filled with great gore gags and nothing but practical FX." Well, you're in luck, because D.I.Y. legend Todd Sheets​ is in pre-production on BONEHILL ROAD​, his blood-splattered tribute to lycanthropy lore -- and he wants your help! Todd has set up an Indiegogo page to help raise funds for the creation of bigger and better effects -- simply put, the more money he raises, the more werewolves there'll be, the more gore will get splashed, and the more stuff will get wrecked. Perks include everything from DVDs and Blu-Rays, to signed scripts, posters, used props and screen credits. A distribution deal is already in place for the finished film, so even if you don't contribute you'll have a chance to see it, but every penny that gets front-loaded helps make the end result that much better FOR ALL OF US. I've already donated my part -- now it's your turn. Check out the page for more details, and tell 'em Cinema Arcana sent ya'!

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Old 08-16-2017, 11:32 PM   #8
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Though Unearthed Films has been around for fifteen years, the company’s recent focus has been the distribution of newer, challenging horror titles and the full-on production of similar content, like their successful AMERICAN GUINEA PIG series. However, head honcho Stephen Biro recently teased that they’re “taking a chance” and getting back to their roots with the 4K restorations of a triptych of Paul White productions, all fondly remembered from the VHS era.

First up is Jean-Paul Ouellette’s much-requested Lovecraft adaptation, THE UNNAMABLE (1988). The film follows a group of Miskatonic college kids who decide to stay the night in their local “haunted” mansion. Unfortunately for them, the old stories are true, and there really is a pissed-off, winged beastie stalking the grounds. Can they make it back to class alive? Packed with gothic atmosphere, gory set-pieces and a truly memorable monster, THE UNNAMABLE definitely earns its spot on your shelf.

Second is Bruce R. Cook’s NIGHTWISH (1989), which finds more college kids placed in peril after visiting a dilapidated estate. This time they’re on location for a professor’s out-there experiments, planning to battle the supernatural with science. And there are aliens, or something. It’s all kind of strange, but there’s plenty of gooey KNB FX to keep you occupied!

Lastly is D.J. Webster’s sci-fi terror, THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (1990). In the way-off future of 2022, a space crew accidentally travels to the titular eclipse, a sort of astrological Bermuda Triangle that wreaks havoc with their ship’s functionality. When team members start showing up dead, it becomes readily apparent something sinister is at play. A surprisingly creepy, well-made horror definitely deserves some wider recognition!

A solid trio of films, and though my VHS tapes have served me well all these years, I’m glad to see them all spruced up for Blu. Let’s hope they do well enough to encourage Unearthed to attempt similar titles in the future – I mean, I’m all for exposing newer genre fare to wider audiences, too, but this stuff is much more my speed! Watch this site for further details!

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Thanks for the update! I am definitely interested...
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Old 02-26-2018, 07:17 AM   #10
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Though Unearthed Films has been around for fifteen years, the company’s recent focus has been the distribution of newer, challenging horror titles and the full-on production of similar content, like their successful AMERICAN GUINEA PIG series. However, head honcho Stephen Biro recently teased that they’re “taking a chance” and getting back to their roots with the 4K restorations of a triptych of Paul White productions, all fondly remembered from the VHS era.

First up is Jean-Paul Ouellette’s much-requested Lovecraft adaptation, THE UNNAMABLE (1988). The film follows a group of Miskatonic college kids who decide to stay the night in their local “haunted” mansion. Unfortunately for them, the old stories are true, and there really is a pissed-off, winged beastie stalking the grounds. Can they make it back to class alive? Packed with gothic atmosphere, gory set-pieces and a truly memorable monster, THE UNNAMABLE definitely earns its spot on your shelf.

Second is Bruce R. Cook’s NIGHTWISH (1989), which finds more college kids placed in peril after visiting a dilapidated estate. This time they’re on location for a professor’s out-there experiments, planning to battle the supernatural with science. And there are aliens, or something. It’s all kind of strange, but there’s plenty of gooey KNB FX to keep you occupied!

Lastly is D.J. Webster’s sci-fi terror, THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (1990). In the way-off future of 2022, a space crew accidentally travels to the titular eclipse, a sort of astrological Bermuda Triangle that wreaks havoc with their ship’s functionality. When team members start showing up dead, it becomes readily apparent something sinister is at play. A surprisingly creepy, well-made horror definitely deserves some wider recognition!

A solid trio of films, and though my VHS tapes have served me well all these years, I’m glad to see them all spruced up for Blu. Let’s hope they do well enough to encourage Unearthed to attempt similar titles in the future – I mean, I’m all for exposing newer genre fare to wider audiences, too, but this stuff is much more my speed! Watch this site for further details!

Nothing much being posted about these titles for some time, any idea or perhaps updates that we should be aware of?

For sure I'm down for the Unnameable and Dark Side of the Moon, just want to be able to plan when my wallet will be taking the hit
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Old 02-26-2018, 12:48 PM   #11
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I was looking for this thread to confirm I'd read that The Unnamable was being released but couldn't find it. The search function on this site sucks tbh. Anyway, yeah, the lack of news is troubling. I hope this hasn't fallen through as this trio of films is among my most-anticipated.
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Here's the thread - click on 'Advanced Search', and then select 'Search Titles Only'.

Three months ago they were 'just finishing up The Unnamable. Hopefully we can get the cast and crew involved', so I'm guessing they're working on/wrapping up the extras/interviews now.
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Here's the thread - click on 'Advanced Search', and then select 'Search Titles Only'.

Three months ago they were 'just finishing up The Unnamable. Hopefully we can get the cast and crew involved', so I'm guessing they're working on/wrapping up the extras/interviews now.
Right, I saw that posted, but was concerned with a lack of any new information or possible street date.

I'll admit to being really excited for Unnameable and Dark Side of the Moon, only ever watched both films on VHS, and never owned them (wasn't an avid VHS buyer), so I had hoped to drum up a tidbit of more information...

I just hope some day that we get a "real" release of Moontrap, not that abomination that Olive Films released. This would be one film I would gladly toss some $$ at in the form of a kickstarter (provided the right people were working on this). It's an awful film, but boy do I love it...
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Just curious, how long does the shipping process take, for those who have ordered directly from them before?
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