SEVERIN FILMS GOES GOTH ON JUNE 4TH WITH DANZA MACABRA VOLUME 3: THE SPANISH GOTHIC COLLECTION: "Coming June 4th! DANZA MACABRA VOLUME 3: THE SPANISH GOTHIC COLLECTION is the latest in our acclaimed series of Gothic Horror Blu-ray box sets and the first to focus on Spain’s tradition of Gothic Horror, which – particularly during the Franco dictatorship – was characterized by daring concepts, lush visuals, extreme sexuality, and a startling aestheic all its own. These four classic shockers from the 1970s represent the genre at its most audacious: In NECROPHAGOUS, the debut feature by writer/director Miguel Madrid, a fractured family in a crumbling castle conceals a grisly graveyard secret. The anthology film CAKE OF BLOOD – never previously available outside of Spain – presents a quartet of supernatural tales by four young filmmakers. Hammer Films director John Gilling brings his inimitable style to the occult thriller in CROSS OF THE DEVIL. And a terminally ill woman is enticed by eternal life in Leon Klimovsky’s vampire masterwork, NIGHT OF THE WALKING DEAD. Each film in this collection has been scanned from its original negative – with over 8 hours of Special Features – for the first time ever in America.

Fans purchasing VOLUME 3 from the Severin webstore can also purchase DANZA MACABRA VOLUME ONE and/or TWO at 50% off SRP. As a continuation of our celebration of Spanish cinema, the webstore will also be offering 50% off a lovingly curated selection of seven Spanish films from now until May 24th.

Severin also celebrates Sherlock Holmes Day (May 22) with two elementary Holmes classics, both previously available only as part of our Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee box sets: SHERLOCK HOLMES features all six surviving episodes of the 1968 BBC-TV series starring Peter Cushing as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Dr. Watson, while Terence Fisher’s 1962 film SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE DEADLY NECKLACE stars the legendary Christopher Lee in his sole movie performance of Holmes. Both titles will be available exclusively at the Severin Webstore on June 4th with a wide release on August 30th."


PIERCE BROSNAN TO LEAD THRILLER ‘WOLFLAND’ FOR LIGHT SOUND FREQUENCY AND THE EXCHANGE: "Pierce Brosnan (Black Adam, The Thomas Crown Affair, Mamma Mia) is set to star in the thriller WOLFLAND, directed by Sean Brosnan (My Father Die) and written by Sean Brosnan and Matt D’Elia. The film is produced by Marcus Warren for LIGHT SOUND FREQUENCY, and Christian Moore for THE CONSORTIUM, with Imaginarium Studios, helmed by Andy Serkis (Planet of the Apes franchise) providing ground breaking creature design and effects. The Exchange is executive producing and handling worldwide sales at the Marché du Film in Cannes. The film is in pre-production and looking to shoot later this year, in the UK.

In this epic odyssey, a young teenager’s sister is viciously attacked and shows signs of a transformation, he leaves his small village in search of a legendary werewolf hunter who can reverse the gruesome curse. When he finds the “legend”, Devlin, slumped against a bar and in no mood for ghost stories, Delvin takes the kid’s money and agrees to hunt down this phantom monster, only to find themselves in a deadly whirlwind of carnage.

The legendary Pierce Brosnan known for his suave portrayal of James Bond in the 1990s and early 2000s in titles such as Goldeneye and The World is Not Enough. Before his iconic role as 007, Brosnan gained international fame for his  work as the Cary Grant-isque character, Remington Steele. He has also showcased his versatility in films like Black AdamThe Thomas Crown Affair and Mamma Mia! He will next be seen in The Unholy Trinity and Four Letters of Love.

“I’m excited to be working with Pierce on a film that aims to redefine the werewolf sub-genre. With the amazing special effects talents at Imaginarium, we’ll craft a werewolf transformation set to rival the iconic scenes from ‘An American Werewolf In London’. We're thrilled about the potential impact of an expanding Wolfland universe.”
- Sean Brosnan

Current titles from The Exchange include FRUITCAKE, starring Jennifer Garner, Rose Byrne and Octavia Spencer's TOW, Orlando Bloom’s THE CUT, Anna Faris’ I, OBJECT, Peter Dinklage’s THE THICKET, Milla Jovovich and Luke Evan’s WORLD BREAKER, THE CYCLE starring Deborah Ann Woll, recent Hot Doc’s participant THE WHITE MOUNTAIN, and horror TV series TALES FROM THE VOID.

Brosnan is repped by CAA and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller, Gellman, Meigs & Fox."


WE GO ON Remastered: "Paralyzed by his fear of dying, Miles Grissom (Clark Freeman) offers a cash reward to the first person who can show him a ghost, an angel, a demon, or anything to prove the existence of an afterlife. He narrows responses down to three candidates - a scientist, a medium, and a worldly entrepreneur. And along with his fiercely protective mother (Annette O'Toole), he embarks on an adventure that will spiral into an unthinkable nightmare.

From Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton, the directors of the chilling YellowBrickRoad, comes a supremely accomplished supernatural thriller, “one of the most gripping paranormal explorations that cinema has seen in years” (Fantasia Int’l Film Festival) and winner of Audience Awards at Dances with Films and the Dead by Dawn Horror Film Festival, as well as the Silver Raven at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. WE GO ON: REMASTERED has been digitally restored and includes enhanced visual effects and a crystal clear picture for optimal viewing and more chills guaranteed per minute!"


  • Annette O’Toole (Virgin River, The Punisher, 11.22.63, Superman III, 48 Hours)
  • Clark Freeman (“NCIS: Hawai’I”, “Narcos: Mexico”, We Go On)
  • John Glover (Shazam!, Fear the Walking Dead, Smallville, You Bury Your Own)
  • Giovanna Zacarias (Sonora, the Devil’s Highway, Asphalt Goddess, Against the Ropes)
  • Laura Heisler (“Law & Order: Organized Crime”, “Evil”, We Go On)


  • Commentary from stars Annette O’Toole and Clark Freeman
  • Commentary from director/writer (story) Jesse Holland
  • Commentary from director/writer Andy Mitton