‘Game 6’ and ‘Modern Vampires’ Due on Blu-ray March 22 From Ronin Flix and MVD

The comedic sports drama Game 6 and the horror film Modern Vampires are being released on Blu-ray Disc March 22 from Ronin Flix and MVD Entertainment Group.

In Game 6 (2005), New York playwright Nicky Rogan (Michael Keaton) is a playwright desperate for another success. From the outset, things begin to go wrong. His daughter informs him that his wife wants a divorce. His mistress notifies him that his lead actor has a parasite in his brain and can’t remember his lines, and an old acquaintance regales him with tales of Steven Schwimmer, a new and powerful critic who is so poisonous, so destructive, that the New York theater community lives in terror. Although Nicky has grown up in New York, he is a die-hard Red Sox fan and the film is set on October 25, 1986, the day of the most Shakespearian of sporting events, Game 6 of the World Series. At the last minute, Nicky decides to skip his opening night in order to watch his beloved team. The film also stars Robert Downy Jr., Griffin Dunne and Catherine O’Hara. Special features include a making-of featurette and audio commentary by director Michael Hoffman.

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In Modern Vampires (1998), Los Angeles has a discreet community of tortured, bloodthirsty creatures of the night. But when a mysterious vampire (Natasha Gregson Wagner, Lost Highway) enters the scene, the Count wants this blood-sucking seductress eliminated before her rampage of death exposes the cult. Her only chance at immortality lies in the fangs of Dallas (Casper Van Dien, Starship Troopers). But when a distraught mortal, Dr. Frederick van Helsing (Rod Steiger, The Amityville Horror), seeks revenge on the vampires that damned his son, he vows to kill them all, slowly. Special features include a behind-the-scenes featurette, a new interview with director Richard Elfman, and audio commentary with director Elfman and actor Casper Van Dien.

1980s Flicks ‘Deep Space’ and ‘3:15’ Due on Blu-ray Feb. 22 From Ronin Flix and MVD

Two 1980s flicks, the action adventure 3:15 and the sci-fi fantasy Deep Space, are headed to Blu-ray Feb. 22 from Ronin Flix and MVD Entertainment Group.

In the classic ’80s grindhouse film 3:15 (1986), “The Cobras” rule Lincoln High and everyone in it — everyone except Jeff Hanna. Once the most feared member of the Cobras, Hanna got sick of fighting and got out of the gang. Now the Cobras have brutalized his new girlfriend and threatened to kill him for his disloyalty. It’s time for one last fight.

The film stars a young Adam Baldwin (Independence Day, TV’s “Chuck” and “Firefly”) and Deborah Foreman (Valley Girl, April Fool’s Day), Gina Gershon, Danny De La Paz and Mario Van Peebles. The release features DTS-HD master audio stereo, a new 2019 HD master, an on-camera interview with actor Danny De La Paz, and the theatrical trailer.

In Deep Space (1988), a U.S. satellite transporting a secretly engineered creature crashes to Earth near Los Angeles. Police officers McLemore (Charles Napier, Last Embrace, One Eyed Monster) and Sandbourn (Ann Turkel, The Cassandra Crossing, Golden Rendezvous) are assigned to pursue the escaped mutant beast. Along the way, they clash with their superior, Capt. Robertson (Bo Svenson, Breaking Point, Final Chapter: Walking Tall, Delta Force), and the scientists behind the project. Psychic Lady Elaine Wentworth (Julie Newmar) also lends them a hand.

The film also stars Ron Glass (“Barney Miller”), James Booth (Avenging Force, Zulu), Elisabeth Brooks (The Howling) and Norman Burton (Scorchy, The Terminal Man) and is directed by cult icon Fred Olen Ray. The release features a new 2018 HD master  and audio commentary with the director.

‘The Dogs of War’ and ‘The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood’ Headed to Blu-ray Nov. 23 From Ronin Flix and MVD

Two 1980 titles, The Dogs of War and The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood, are being released on Blu-ray Nov. 23 from Ronin Flix and MVD Entertainment Group.

In the action adventure The Dogs of War, Christopher Walken (Pennies From Heaven, Heaven’s Gate, The Deer Hunter) is brutal mercenary Jamie Shannon (Walken), a cynical warrior-for-hire who feels truly alive only in the heat of battle. He takes the most challenging assignment of his career: to invade a corrupt African dictatorship and shift control to the “puppet” of a powerful British corporation. To prepare, Shannon trains and equips a squad of deadly mercenaries with the latest and most destructive tactics and military hardware. But as their explosive assault begins, Shannon finds himself embroiled in an internal conflict of his own: Will this be his greatest triumph, or has he sold his soul along with his battle expertise? Tom Berenger (Platoon, Last Rites, Major League), Paul Freeman (Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Sender, The Final Option), Hugh Millais (Images, The Wicked Lady), JoBeth Williams (Poltergeist, Teachers, American Dreamers) and Colin Blakely (Equus, Nijinsky, The Big Sleep) co-star in the film directed by John Irvin (Hamburger Hill, Next of Kin, Raw Deal) and filmed by D.P. Jack Cardiff (The African Queen, Dark of the Sun, The Awakening). The special edition includes both the U.S. theatrical (104 minutes, rated ‘R’) and international (118 Minutes, not rated) cuts, plus a limited-edition slipover (while supplies last). Bonus features include interviews with co-stars Paul Freeman and Maggie Scott, co-writer George Malko, first assistant director Anthony Waye, production designer Peter Mullins, and costume designer Emma Porteous.

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The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood is the third and final film in the “Happy Hooker” sex comedy trilogy, a series loosely based on the memoirs of Xaviera Hollander, a prostitute from the Netherlands. It stars two time bond girl Martine Beswick (From Russia with Love, Thunderball), Adam West (TV’s “Batman”), Phil Silvers, Chris Lemmon and Richard Deacon (“The Dick Van Dyke Show”) with special guest appearances by Edie Adams and Army Archerd. In the film, when Xaviera (Beswick), now a best-selling author, has Tinseltown calling with a less-than-savory offer for her book, she flexes her independent spirit, deciding to film the movie herself. Bonus features include new on-camera interviews with stars Martine Beswick and Chris Lemmon.

‘I Spit on Your Grave’ and Sequel Due on Blu-ray Oct. 15 Under Ronin Flix, MVD Partnership

MVD and Ronin Flix have partnered to bring collectible Blu-rays to retail and are releasing Meir Zarchi’s controversial 1978 feature film I Spit on Your Grave (aka Day of the Woman) and its official sequel I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu on Blu-ray Oct. 15.

The release features a new 4K scan and restoration of Meir Zarchi’s uncut 35mm I Spit on Your Grave original camera negative, newly restored DTS-HD master audio mono and 5.1 surround.

“After being a premier online destination for fans to buy their favorite cult movies on disc, I’m thrilled to see Ronin Flix take it to the next level and form their own exclusive label,” Eric Wilkinson, director of home video sales and acquisitions at MVD, said in a statement. “Our team is looking forward to a great distribution partnership with Ronin Flix as we welcome them to our family of the best collector’s brands in the industry.”

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“We are thrilled to be working with MVD. They have deep roots in the industry and understand the cult film business like no one else,” read a Ronin Flix statement. “We couldn’t ask for a better partner for distributing our collection of classic genre films at retail.”

In I Spit on Your Grave, Camille Keaton stars as Jennifer Hills, a young and beautiful career woman who rents a backwoods cabin to write her first novel. Attacked by a group of local lowlifes and left for dead, she devises a horrific plan to inflict revenge. Special features include a location featurette hosted by writer Michael Gingold and audio commentary with writer-director Meir Zarchi.

Reuniting star Camille Keaton and original director Meir Zarchi, I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu (2019) sends now successful writer Jennifer Hills hurtling back to where it all began — to face the wrath of the families of those she murdered. Kidnapped along with her daughter Christy (Jamie Bernadette), it’s a tense game of hunt — or be hunted — against a lethal gang of degenerates overseen by a violently unhinged matriarch Becky (Maria Olsen). Special features include a new commentary by horror critic Joe Bob Briggs and a making-of featurette.

I Spit on Your Grave (1978) – Theatrical Trailer from Ronin Flix on Vimeo.

Ronin Flix Releasing Original ‘I Spit on Your Grave’ on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Oct. 26

Boutique distributor Ronin Flix will release the 1978 horror film I Spit on Your Grave in a limited-edition three-disc 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray set Oct. 26.

From writer-director Meir Zarchi, the film also known as Day of the Woman stars Camille Keaton as Jennifer Hills, a young and beautiful career woman who rents a backwoods cabin to write her first novel. After being attacked by a group of local lowlifes and left for dead, she devises a horrific plan to inflict revenge in some of the most unforgettable scenes ever shot on film.

The cast also includes Eron Tabor, Richard Pace, Anthony Nichols and Gunter Kleemann.

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The three-disc set includes a new 4K remaster with HDR on a 4K disc, plus the 2020 Blu-ray that features a 4K scan from the uncut 35mm original camera negative and restored original mono soundtrack, and a bonus Blu-ray of the 2019 documentary Growing Up With I Spit on Your Grave.

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The 4K disc includes a commentary with Zarchi and a commentary with critic Joe Bob Briggs. The Blu-ray disc includes the commentaries, plus promotional spots, photo galleries, an alternate opening title, and a couple of featurettes: “Jennifer’s Journey,” a look at the film’s locations, and “The Value of Vengeance,” a retrospective with Zarchi. The third disc includes deleted scenes and home movies.

The set is offered at $59.99, but is available for preorder exclusively at www.RoninFlix.com with a $15 savings. The site offers free shipping on orders above $30.

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