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Graphic artist Vince Evans was hired by Camp Motion Pictures to create 80's retro horror artwork for their new DVD and VHS boxset entitled 'The Basement'. The new micro-budget cinema collection features 5 movies in an exclusive VHS Collector's Package. 'The Basement' is the lost 1989 Super 8 anthology feature film directed by Timothy O'Rawe ('Ghoul School'). The 5 film collection also includes 'Captives', 'Video Violence', 'Video Violence 2' and 'Cannibal Campout'. Check out the cool looking artwork and synopsis for each of the retro flicks below. The boxset is available to purchase from 13 September.
The Basement Four strangers are summoned to the basement of an abandoned house by a mysterious entity known only as The Sentinel. One after another, they are forced to witness heinous deeds they have yet to commit – and which will damn them for all eternity.
Captives Taken hostage by three violently deranged criminals, a woman fights back to save her baby and mother-in-law’s lives in this gritty and suspenseful crime drama from Gary Cohen (Video Violence 1&2)
Video Violence In this gore-soaked cult classic, a young couple opens a video store in a small town populated by violence-addicted amateur filmmakers, lead by the demented Howard and Eli.
Video Violence 2 The sequel to Video Violence finds Howard and Eli pirating a cable TV channel for the purpose of furthering their brand of homegrown depravity, madness and murder.
Cannibal Campout Deranged orphans torture, mutilate and murder innocent campers in this DIY classic from Jon McBride.
'The Basement' Boxset Artwork
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