We've brought you every bit of information we've been able to get our grubby little hands on about 6 Degrees of Hell, starring Corey Feldman. Now we've got the scoop you've been waiting for: the DVD/Blu-ray release info. It drops on November 27th.
Breaking Glass Pictures is proud to announce the release of 6 Degrees of Hell, which was directed by Joe Raffa (You'll Know My Name) and stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan ("The Love Boat"), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields) and newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.
For more visit the official 6 Degrees of Hell website, "like" 6 Degrees of Hell on Facebook and follow 6 Degrees of Hell on Twitter (@6degreesofhell).
From the Press Release
6 Degrees of Hell is currently enjoying a limited theatrical rollout, including a week-long run in New York starting on Halloween night. »
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