What’s New on UK DVD: February 1{0}

What DVD horrors await this green and pleasant land on February 1?

Agoraphobia DVDAgoraphobia

Horror icon Tony Todd (Candyman) stars alongside Sharknado‘s Cassie Scerbo in Agoraphobia. When agoraphobic Faye (Scerbo) inherits her father’s house in a remote part of the Florida Keys she discovers that there’s something terrifying trapped in the house with her. You can read our review of the film here.

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Clinger DVDClinger

When high school senior Fern’s (Jennifer Laporte) boyfriend dies in an embarrassing accident, her life is turned upside down – even more so when he returns from the dead as a lovesick ghost, trying to reunite with his beloved. After being rejected, ghost Robert (Vincent Martella) plots to kill Fern so that they can be together forever. Clinger is (it says here) “a blood-soaked coming of age story about the horrors of first love.”

Sounds like one for Valentine’s Day to us…

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Cryptic DVDCryptic

One night. One crypt. Eight members of London’s underworld who are sent to guard it. Why? Nobody knows –and nobody knows what’s inside. Old grudges and new animosities flare up, making it almost impossible for the group to stick to their orders, all worsened by the rumour that a vigilante bumping off their men is a vampire. A cast that includes Vas Blackwood, Ray Panthaki and Ed Stoppard fuels this comedy horror gangster movie.

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Evil Souls DVD

Evil Souls

Two childhood friends awake to find themselves chained in a cell. They soon learn that the man who abducted them has terrifying intentions and it seems that the madman’s penchant for blood may be more connected to the captives than first thought.

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Five Dolls DVDFive Dolls For An August Moon

A wealthy industrialist gathers a group of friends to his island retreat in the hopes of enticing them into investing in a new project. Soon, however, the sunbathing and cocktail parties give way to murder, as the corpses being piling up one by one. Horror maestro Mario Bava’s homage to Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians comes to Blu-ray for the very first time in what looks like another outstanding package from Arrow.

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Pine Street DVD

The House On Pine Street

Seven month pregnant Jennifer (Emily Goss) returns to her home town in Kansas following a mental breakdown. When strange things start happening in their rental home, Jennifer begins to hear that it might be haunted. She is forced to question her sanity as she attempts to find out what, if anything, is plaguing the house. Take a look at what we had to say about it here.