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April's Blu-ray and DVD releases are kicking off in a big way, as we have a lot of great genre releases to get excited for this week. Mike Mendez’s Don’t Kill It arrives on both formats April 4th as well as the cult classic Invasion of the Bee Girls, which makes its HD bow courtesy of Scream Factory. Mill Creek has put together a triple dose of terror with their Psycho Circus Triple Feature Blu-ray set, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is keeping busy with their releases of Ghost of New Orleans, A Room to Die For, and We Go On this Tuesday.

Other notable home entertainment titles arriving this Tuesday include The Evil Within, Tank 432, Don’t Hang Up and the DVD set for Medium: The Complete Series.

Don’t Kill It (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Blu-ray & DVD)

When an ancient demon is accidentally unleashed in a sparsely populated Mississippi town of Chickory Creek, their only hope of survival lies in the hands of a grizzled old demon hunter Jebediah Woodley (Dolph Hunter) and his reluctant partner FBI agent Evelyn Pierce (Kristina Klebe).

Invasion of the Bee Girls (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

“Invasion of the Bee Girls is the best schlock soft-core science fiction movie since The Vengeance of She," claimed film critic Roger Ebert. And who wouldn’t be terrified by the very thought of watching these lovely bee-hived beauties love their chosen mates to death? A government inspector, that’s who. And now he alone must stop their lust for killing, before he becomes one of the Queen Bee’s honeys! This bee-witching tale stars a pair of bee-uties: Anitra Ford (The Big Bird Cage) and Victoria Vetri (When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth).

Psycho Circus Triple Feature: 3 Rings of Terror (Mill Creek Entertainment, Blu-ray)

STEP RIGHT UP AND EXPERIENCE THE TRIOLOGY OF TERROR THAT PEOPLE ARE DYING TO SEE!

The Creeping Flesh - (1973) - Color - 94 minutes Rated PG
Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing

A Victorian-age scientist returns to London with his paleontological bag-of-bones discovery from Papua New Guinea. Unfortunately, when exposed to water, flesh returns to the bones unleashing a malevolent being on the scientist's family and friends.

Brotherhood of Satan - (1971) - Color - 92 minutes - Rated PG
Strother Martin, L.Q. Jones, Charles Bateman, Ahna Capri
 

A family is trapped in a desert town by a cult of senior-citizens who recruit the town's children to worship Satan.

Torture Garden - (1967) - Color - 93 minutes Not Rated
Jack Palance, Burgess Meredith, Peter Cushing, Robert Hutton

An anthology of four short horror stories about people who visit Dr. Diabolo's fairground haunted-house attraction show.

ALSO AVAILABLE THIS WEEK:

Devour (SPE, DVD)

Don’t Hang Up (Lionsgate, DVD)

Edgar Allan Poe’s Lighthouse Keeper (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, DVD)

The Evil Within (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, DVD)

Ghost of New Orleans (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, DVD)

Medium: The Complete Series (Paramount, DVD) 

A Room to Die For (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, DVD) 

Tank 432 (Scream Factory/IFC Midnight, Blu-ray & DVD) 

Thriller Triple Feature: Wind Chill, Closure, Perfect Stranger (Mill Creek Entertainment, Blu-ray)

We Go On (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Blu-ray & DVD)

Heather Wixson
About the Author - Heather Wixson

After falling in love with the horror genre at a very early age, Heather Wixson has spent the last decade carving out a name for herself in the genre world as a both a journalist and as a proponent of independent horror cinema. Wixson is currently the Managing Editor for DailyDead.com, and was previously a featured writer at DreadCentral.com and TerrorTube.com where her online career began; she’s also been a contributor at FEARnet as well as a panelist for several of their online programs.

Wixson recently finished her first book, Monster Squad: Celebrating the Artists Behind Cinema's Most Memorable Creatures, and is currently working on her second upcoming book project on special effects artists as well.

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