Jason Blum's new label, BH Tilt, is wasting no time in rolling out eagerly anticipated genre titles that have been stuck in picture purgatory. Today, less than a month after BH Tilt launched, the banner made three titles available on Digital HD: Joe Johnston's Not Safe for Work, the Chandler Riggs-starring Mercy, and Bryan Bertino’s Mockingbird, and the latter two have released trailers to go with their debuts.

The first movie from writer/director Bryan Bertino since 2008's The Strangers, Mockingbird will be released on Blu-ray and DVD only at Walmart on October 21st, in addition to its current availability on Digital HD. In Mockingbird, “three individuals each receive an anonymous, unmarked video camera and a horrific ultimatum to continue filming… or die. Experience the terror through the eyes of these unsuspecting victims, with a chain of found-footage events so real and absolutely dreadful, you’ll have to watch it again to believe it.”

Written and directed by Bryan Bertino, Mockingbird stars Alexandra Lydon, Audrey Marie Anderson, Barak Hardley, and Todd Stashwick.

Fans of Stephen King and AMC's The Walking Dead have been looking forward to the release of Mercy, which wrapped shooting in 2013, stars Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes on The Walking Dead) and Joel Courtney (Super 8), and is based on Stephen King’s "Gramma", a short story first published in Weirdbook magazine that later became a part of 1985′s Skeleton Crew:

"Mercy is a supernatural thriller of family secrets and suspense. Two mischievous young brothers accompany their single mother to take care of their grandma in her remote and lonely house. What begins as an innocent gesture, leads to the discovery of terrifying secrets about Gramma's true nature."

Directed by Peter Cornwell (The Haunting in Connecticut) off a screenplay by Matt Greenberg (Halloween H20: 20 Years Later), Mercy stars Chandler Riggs, Joel Courtney, Shirley Knight, Dylan McDermott, Frances O’Connor, and Chris Browning.

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    Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

    When he’s not writing about horror as the Senior News Reporter for Daily Dead, Derek can be found daydreaming about the Santa Carla Boardwalk from The Lost Boys or reading Stephen King and Brian Keene novels.