|Product Name||Mausoleum [Blu-ray/DVD Combo]|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 6317704341|
|Price New||22.31 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Rating||R - Restricted|
|Run Time||97 minutes|
|Cast||Bobbie Bresee, LaWanda Page, Marjoe Gortner, Maurice Sherbanee, Norman Burton|
|Run Time||97 minutes|
|Width||7.5 inches (convert)|
|Height||5.4 inches (convert)|
|Length||0.7 inches (convert)|
|Weight||18 hundredths pounds (convert)|
|Run Time||97 minutes|
|Long Description||Vinegar Syndrome specializes in the masterful restoration and distribution of cult, horror, and erotic films from the 1960s-90s. The Nomed Family has been the victim of an ancient curse in which the first born daughter of each generation has gone violently mad and then suspiciously dies. No one can explain the Nomed madness, but some say it's because of the possession of a terrible demonic force. By way of an unnatural urge during her mother's funeral, Susan entered her family's mausoleum, and ever since an evil presence has been lurking inside of her, waiting for a chance to come out. Now an adult, something is hiding inside Susan's body, coming out to grotesquely murder anyone who comes too close to uncovering her terrifying secret. A consummate blending of early 80s supernatural horror and slasher film tropes, Michael Dugan's ( SUPER SEAL ) MAUSOLEUM is a stylish, sleazy, and outrageously gory production, featuring a series of imaginative death scenes orchestrated by effects wizard John Carl Buechler ( REANIMATOR , TROLL ). Starring Bobbie Bresee ( GHOULIES ) and Marjoe Gortner ( WHEN YOU COMIN' BACK RED RYDER? ) and featuring a moody orchestral score from Jamie Mendoza-Nava ( BOYS OF COMPANY C ), Vinegar Syndrome is pleased to bring MAUSOLEUM to Blu-ray, fully uncut and newly restored from its camera negative, with its 'explosive' opening sequence completely intact. Bonus Features: 1. Region free Blu-ray/DVD combo 2. Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm original camera negative 3. "Making Monsters" - a video interview with special fx makeup artist John Carl Buechler 4. Original theatrical trailer 5. Multiple tv spots 6. Promotional still gallery 7. Reversible cover artwork 8. English SDH subtitles|
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