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Old 12-01-2015, 10:34 PM   #1
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For nearly twenty years, film collector and Exhumed Films programmer Harry Guerro has helped introduce audiences to some of the rarest and weirdest cult movies in cinema history. Now, Guerro has created the specialty label Garagehouse Pictures to bring these forgotten films to viewers worldwide. Garagehouse Pictures will specialize in releasing previously unseen or obscure oddities on Blu-ray and DVD; the discs will be available exclusively through Diabolik DVD, the premier online source for horror and cult cinema from around the globe.
Garagehouse Pictures Official Website

Garagehouse Pictures Facebook Page

Releases:

GP001: Ninja Busters (Paul Kyriazi, 1984) (12.1.15)
GP002: Trailer Trauma (Compilation, 2015) (1.5.16)
GP003: Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-In Monsterama (Compilation, 2016) (5.2.16)
GP004: The Satanist (Zoltan G. Spencer, 1968) (10.31.16)
GP005: Trailer Trauma 3: '80s Horror-Thon (Compilation, 2016) (1.3.17)
GP006: The Dismembered (Ralph S. Hirshorn, 1960) (4.25.17)
GP007: The Intruder (Chris Robinson, 1975) (8.1.17)
GP008: Web of the Spider (Antonio Margheriti, 1971) (11.7.17)
GP009: Trailer Trauma 4: Television Trauma (Compilation, 2017) (11.28.17)

GP00X: Blood Stalkers (Robert W. Morgan, 1976) (Undated)
GP00X: Monstrosity (Andy Milligan, 1987) (Undated)
GP00X: Supercock (Gus Trikonis, 1975) (Undated)
GP00X: The Weirdo (Andy Milligan, 1989) (Undated)


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Prepare yourself for a tour de force of martial arts mayhem the likes of which the world has never seen! Filmed in 1984 but never released, NINJA BUSTERS was a lost movie, never screened for audiences and doomed to obscurity until now! Thirty years later, the sole 35mm film print of NINJA BUSTERS has been unearthed, allowing this completely insane kung fu comedy to finally be unleashed! Bernie and Chic (karate grandmasters Eric Lee and Sid Campbell) are two loveable goofballs just looking for easy work, sexy ladies, and a good slice of pizza. But a beating from a gang of thugs convinces the buddies to train in the martial arts in the hopes of meeting girls... and maybe learning self-defense. After stumbling across the operations of some illegal weapons dealers and their army of paid ninja assassins, Chic and Bernie must team up with their kung fu comrades to contend with sleazy gangsters, ruthless ninjas, underwear-throwing bikers, militant revolutionaries, and *****in breakdancers. Will our heroes be able to defeat the mob and bust the ninjas? And more importantly, will they ever score with the chicks? Presented here for the first time on home video from a 4K restoration, NINJA BUSTERS is action packed, absolutely ridiculous, and guaranteed to become a cult film favorite.
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Feature Specifications:
* Transferred and Digitally Mastered in 4K from the only existing Fine Grain Answer Print
* Sound Digitally Remastered from the Original Optical Soundtrack
* Fully Restored and Presented in the Original Panavision 2.39:1 Aspect Ratio
* 25GB Single Layer Blu-ray
* All Regions

Extras:
* Audio Commentary with Director Paul Kyriazi
* Introduction by the director
* THE TOURNMENT, Paul Kyriazi's First Feature
* Fan Testimonials
* Liner notes by Dan Fraga of Exhumed Films
* Poster Reproduction Card
* All new artwork by Stephen Romano
Available now at Diabolik DVD:

http://www.diabolikdvd.com/product/N...y-All-Region)/

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Old 12-01-2015, 10:42 PM   #3
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The movie looks like a fun watch.
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Old 12-02-2015, 04:09 AM   #4
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Instant order for me. The trailer solidified that. This is a great year for great obscure releases. Next year will destroy my wallet.
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Old 12-02-2015, 04:14 AM   #5
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Ordered a copy. Would love to follow a new distributor as they pump out releases. Hoping they do a good job
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Old 12-02-2015, 01:13 PM   #6
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I think I'm going to have to take the plunge on this one. Looks like it would make a great double feature with Miami Connection!
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Old 12-02-2015, 01:19 PM   #7
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I love trailer comps, so I'll likely pick up Trailer Trauma, depending on the line-up.
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Old 12-02-2015, 01:39 PM   #8
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I love trailer comps, so I'll likely pick up Trailer Trauma, depending on the line-up.
I expect I'll grab that one as well. Even if they sometimes cover the same ground (and have been known, on occasion, to elicit groans and/or eye rolls from my wife), it's hard for me to resist a well-done trailer comp.

I think the only one I've ever turned off was "Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell", which was more about the shoddy quality and lackluster bumper segments than the actual trailers.
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Old 12-03-2015, 03:32 PM   #9
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A review for NINJA BUSTERS is up at Mondo Digital:

"Proof positive that there are still plenty of mind-blowing, undiscovered gems still out there waiting to be discovered ... a surefire candidate for one of the year's top cult releases."

http://mondo-digital.com/ninjabusters.html


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Old 12-03-2015, 03:55 PM   #10
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Is this exclusive to Diabolik?
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Is this exclusive to Diabolik?
I saw somewhere (perhaps Twitter) that Diabolik would be exclusively handling this for a while after its release.
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Old 12-08-2015, 06:40 PM   #12
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TRAILER TRAUMA is an unprecedented orgy of sex, violence, and insanity: over 2 hours of rare, ridiculous, horrific, and mind boggling movie previews, many of which are previously unreleased on DVD or VHS. Never before have cinema-goers seen such an onslaught of pulse-pounding excitement! Thrill to the action of BLACK FIST, IRON MASTER, and KILL! KILL! KILL! KILL! Quiver in horror as you face the DAWN OF THE MUMMY, the REVENGE OF THE LIVING ZOMBIES, and the INCREDIBLE TORTURE SHOW! Scratch your head at the utter absurdity of DEATH BED, MUTANT WAR, and NO RETREAT, NO SURRENDER! There are other movie preview compilation discs out there, but only TRAILER TRAUMA contains the ultra-rare titles that you absolutely will not find anywhere else. Prepare yourselves, connoisseurs of cult cinema: TRAILER TRAUMA is going to hurt...but it hurts so good!

“A stunning collection of rare coming attractions! One of the best trailer compilations ever!”

– Chris Poggiali, Temple of Schlock

2015 / 137 mins. / Color
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* Transferred & Digitally Mastered in 4K from various 35mm release prints
* Sound Digitally Remastered from the Original Optical Soundtracks
* All trailers are presented in their Original Aspect Ratios
* All Regions
* Featuring Original Front / Reverse Cover and Disc Art by Stephen Romano
* Music by Ian Zapczynski
Garagehouse Pictures' second release, the TRAILER TRAUMA compilation, is now up for pre-order at DiabolikDVD with a release date of 1/5/16.

http://www.diabolikdvd.com/category/Preorders/Trailer-Trauma-(Garagehouse-Pictures)-(Blu~Ray-All-Region).html

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A killer promo video has been posted for the TRAILER TRAUMA compilation -- seriously, if this doesn't get you to pre-order, nothing will!

(Not necessarily safe for work. Depending on where you work...)

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Aahhh what the hell.......placed an order for Ninja Busters. Looks and sounds like a mash up of too many things I like ( martial arts/action, comedy, 80's movies) to not take a gamble on it. Should have it after the new year.
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Ordered a copy of Ninja Busters earlier this week. Can't wait to get it.

I'm not sure if it's the folks at Garagehouse but there are copies of Ninja Busters for sale on Ebay, with the seller having a Quantity of 10+ (or more).
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Aahhh what the hell.......placed an order for Ninja Busters. Looks and sounds like a mash up of too many things I like ( martial arts/action, comedy, 80's movies) to not take a gamble on it. Should have it after the new year.
It's a fun film and I definitely recommend it...just don't expect it to be very extreme or serious. It's more of a light-hearted comedy/action "buddy film" that takes place in two parts, with nutty scenes and dialogue. It could easily be rated PG (now or then) to be honest.
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It's a fun film and I definitely recommend it...just don't expect it to be very extreme or serious. It's more of a light-hearted comedy/action "buddy film" that takes place in two parts, with nutty scenes and dialogue. It could easily be rated PG (now or then) to be honest.
Sounds good to me appreciate the info

Only thing that's kind of a bummer is diabolik dvd isn't shipping until after January 4th. So I'll have to wait a little longer then usual.
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Definitely interested in Ninja busters but that trailer release looks like a must buy.
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Got my copy of Ninja Busters yesterday and just finished watching. Really enjoyed it. I think people who enjoy oldschool (and sometimes cheesy) martial arts movies will enjoy this. Definitely low budget and definitely from the 80's. The humor is pretty goofy too, but never really strays from family friendly. Look forward to seeing what else Garagehouse has in the pipeline.





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Someone asked them about future releases today on Facebook:

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I will say that we'll definitely be bringing another lost movie to video and another mega comp of rare trailers soon.
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