Too weird little flicks, Manborg and Priest of Evil, are on their way to DVD, and we've got the skinny on each of their releases served up hot and fresh right here. Oh, and a special shout-out to the glory of Manborg's cover art!
Shout! Factory has announced the May 28 release of Priest of Evil on DVD.
Starring Peter Franzén ("True Blood") and Irina Björklund (The American), Priest of Evil is a riveting psychological thriller where nothing is as it seems and trusting the wrong intuition could get you killed.
Detective Sergeant Timo Harjunpää of the Helsinki Violent Crimes Unit is an honest and conscientious cop, one of the city’s very best, who loses his daughter in tragic circumstances. Despite the support he receives from his colleague, Constable Onerva Nykänen, Timo is unable to recover from his loss. He takes on a case involving strange deaths at Helsinki’s metro stations, »
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