‘BLOODY BLOODY BIBLE CAMP’ Hits VOD On Friday, July 27th!
Hey horror peeps! Remember that cool little horror flcik I reviewed way back called BLOODY BLOODY BIBLE CAMP? Of course you do, why did I even ask! So, I have some cool news, the film is releasing tomorrow on VOD, that’s Friday, July 27th and DVD at a later date. Did I mention there will be a VHS copy available this October? Oh, hellz yeah!
From the Press Release:
Sister Mary Chopper & Bloody Bloody Bible Camp Slash Their Way To Horror Fans Friday July 27th
BLOODY BLOODY BIBLE CAMP Starring Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan & Ron Jeremy Releases Nationwide This Friday, July 27th on Cable VOD in the USA & Canada, iTunes, VUDU, and Amazon Instant Video.
Directed by Vito Trabucco
Produced by Chris Maltauro & Shelby McIntyre
Written by Shelby McIntyre & Vito Trabucco
“The movie is a wild throwback to some of our favorite horror films of the 1980s,” said writer/producer Shelby McIntyre. “It’s got grizzly gory killings, gratuitous nudity and a wonderful cast including Reggie Bannister, Tim Sullivan and Ron Jeremy as Jesus!”
Bloody Bloody Bible Camp will be available July 27th via Cable ONDEMAND in the U.S. and Canada and on digital VOD via iTunes, Vudu and Amazon. Following its VOD premiere, Bloody Bloody Bible Camp will be available on DVD throughout rental and retail locations across the U.S.
The Limited Edition Retro 80’s VHS will release This October exclusively throughwww.CultMovieMania.com
or download it directly from iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/
BLOODY BLOODY BIBLE CAMP had it’s North American Premiere on May 5th at Texas Frightmare Weekend in Dallas and also screened at the Phoenix Comicon May 25th
Upcoming screenings include:
Kansas City – Czar Bar – Slaughter Movie House – Aug. 6th
San Antonio – Horrific Film Fest – Sept. 1st
Atlanta Horror Film Festival – Sept. 28 – 30th
Pittsburgh Horror Realm Convention – Sept. 21 -23rd
Miss Misery’s Days Of Terror Sacramento Horror Convention – Sept. 28 – 29th
Flint Horror Con – Oct. 20th
…more screenings to be announced.
It’s 1984 and a group of young, horny, out of control Christians led by Father Cummings (Reggie Bannister) are spending a fun filled weekend at the Happy Day Bible Camp. All ignore the warnings from the local folk of the grizzly murders that took place 7 years prior by a sadistic crazy nun. Is Sister Mary Chopper (Tim Sullivan) dead or is she just waiting for backsliding Christians to commit sins of the unholy, and will Jesus (Ron Jeremy) need to lend a hand to save the day?