February has come and gone, and we got our hands on the HorrorPack, so why not let you guys know a little about what came in? Let’s take a look!
All Cheerleaders Die
Released from Image Entertainment, this 2013 horror film follows a rebel girl who signs up a group of cheerleaders to help her take down the local high school football captain. However things begin having a supernatural tint to them quickly, and the situation shortly gets out of hand.
I’ve never heard of or seen this movie, so I’m pleased to get this in this month’s pack. If nothing else, cheerleaders, amirite?
Starring Daryl Hannah, this made for television movie was originally called Social Nightmare. It’s about a student who was supposed to be getting into a great college, but might not get to when some risque photos of herself surface on the internet. Another film that I know nothing about, but I like Daryl Hannah, and I like horror, so I’ll give it a go. This one is brought to us by Asylum, so it’s likely to be pretty bad (but also probably quite good).
Two people trying to terrorize the same house for different motives. I remember watching this one awhile back and thought it was pretty creepy. To be fair, I am pretty creeped out by home invastion stories. This one comes from Vivendi Visual Entertainment and doesn’t really star anyone I am familiar with, but I’m glad to have it in my collection regardless.
Minutes Past Midnight
The big one in this month’s pack, we get a HorrorPack exclusive release of Minutes Past Midnight. This horror/thriller is about a world where demons, cannibals, killers, ghosts, and monsters all swarm all over the place in nine different stories of horror. IndieCan Entertainment has released this one for us. I’m a fan of these exclusives, even when they are of more obscure films, because it gives me a chance to have unique titles in my collection and to expand upon my cinematic experience.
Overall I’m quite happy with the pack this month. I don’t think these titles are necessarily worth the 25 bucks without the exclusive title thrown in there, so if you aren’t a collector or someone interested in the unique, this membership may not be for you. But for anyone out there like me, I definitely recommend the service.
You can check out the DVD and Blu-ray memberships from HorrorPack at their website.