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‘Empress Vampire’ Sinks her Sexy Fangs Into You

New from Sick Puppy Pictures and Ange Maya Pictures is the campy, kick-ass Empress Vampire. Empress Vampire is one of the hottest, most erotic vampire movies to come along in decades. You won’t find any lovelorn, brooding vampires sparkling in the sun and pining for human teens in this film. This is old school vampirism at its best.

Luscious, exotic, and beautiful Ange Maya (former porn queen Ange Venus, Blood Scarab) delivers a breakout, tour… More
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Gay Of The Dead 10: November Son’s Brinke Stevens and Sacha Sacket.

For November Son (available on DVD April 14), the sequel to the gay thriller October Moon, writer/director Jason Paul Collum worked with both ends of the genre spectrum, the seasoned vet (Brinke Stevens) and the first-film newbie (Sacha Sacket).

Stevens, who reprises the role of “Nancy” in November Son, has over 100 acting credits. If you are a fan of the genre, you know Stevens even if you’ve never seen one of her films. By all accounts one of the nicest and most accommodating actresses to work with, Stevens weathered the “Girl in the Shower” storm of her early films and has come out the other side with nuanced performances in films like Mommy and October Moon. At an age when most B-movie queens fade into real estate careers, Stevens keeps racking up the roles, and she doesn’t have to take off her top to do it.

Sacket has
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Assorted horror DVD news

• Cover art has surfaced for Anchor Bay’s DVD of Julian Doyle’s Crowley (a.k.a. Chemical Wedding), which we first broke the news about here. The disc has a street date of March 10; we’ll keep you posted on the specs.

• Media Blasters sent along the cover art for its February 24 double-disc release of One Missed Call 3: Final, along with details on more early-2009 titles. The latest in the death-by-text-message series, to be issued under the Tokyo Shock banner, will be presented in anamorphic 1.85:1 widescreen with Japanese 5.1 and 2.0 and English 2.0 soundtracks, with extras yet to be finalized. Retail price is $29.99. On the Shriek Show/Code Red label, the company has Terror Circus (a.k.a. Barn Of The Naked Dead) tentatively slated for January 27. The 1974 directorial debut of future art-house darling Alan Rudolph, starring Andrew Prine as a desert maniac who keeps woman captive, has been
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