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This week is the lightest in recent memory with only four (barely) notable horror releases. Synapse Films' 100th release, Robert Young’s classic Vampire Circus, will be gracing our screens and so will Dear Mr. Gacy, the adaptation of The Last Victim, the memoirs of Jason Moss, who corresponded with serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Read on to see what the other two are.
Vampire Circus (1972)
Directed by Robert Young
A little girl is brutally slain by a vampire in a tiny 19th century Austrian village. Seeking revenge, the townspeople invade the foreboding castle of Count Mitterhaus and kill him for the crime. As the Count falls, he curses the villagers and vows that their children will all die so that he may someday return to life. 15 years later, as the village is ravaged by the plague, a traveling circus »
Thirty-two years ago, one of the most grisly chapters in the history of American crime came to an end with the arrest of infamous serial killer John Wayne Gacy. But the story didn't end with Gacy's conviction and eventual execution. Anchor Bay Entertainment presents Dear Mr. Gacy , premiering on Blu-ray and DVD December 14th, based on the shocking true story and best-selling book "The Last Victim" by Jason Moss, with Jeffrey Kottler, M.D. Starring William Forsythe as John Wayne Gacy, with Jesse Moss, and Emma Lahana, Dear Mr. Gacy was produced by Tom Berry, Clark Peterson, producer of the Academy-Award winning film Monster, and Kellie Madison. The film recounts the experiences of 18-year-old college student Jason Moss and his relationship with the notorious Gacy. As »
2 items from 2010
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