- An MVD Exclusive
- SKU: MVD3371D
- Format: DVD
- UPC: 760137337195
- Street Date: 05/12/20
- PreBook Date: 04/07/20
- Label: Wild Eye Releasing »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 87 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 2018
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
- Taylor Rhoades as Father
- Isabella Rodriguez as Jamie
- Mackenzie Anthony as Brittany
- Jacob Perrett as The Collector
- Rylee Prenatt as Paige
- Director: Jacob Perrett
True Terror Awaits.
- List Price: $19.95
- Your Price: $19.95
- In Stock: 170
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The Collector's Midnight Halloween Special airs once a year, with four tales of terror, each more horrifying than the last. Follow the story of a group of teens in search of a missing body, a babysitter's horrifying night, a vampire adult star, and two girls as they uncover what may be the end of the world as we know it. This is - WEIRD FICTION.
- Director's Commentary
- Behind The scenes documentary
- Stars Taylor Rhoades (Spine Chiller)
- Exposure from several domestic and international festivals
- For fans of: Stranger Things, Nightmare Cinema, Creepshow, Trick r' Treat, V/H/S, Tales of Halloween
- Music by Chan Walrus (Andrew W.K. Party Safari, Hot Tub Party Massacre, 60 Seconds to Die)
- Retro-inspired horror for a modern audience.
Falls closer to John Carpenter's Body Bags than something like Creepshow or one of the grandaddy's Trick 'R Treat... a mix of Stand By Me and Halloween.
Weird Fiction presents enjoyable Horror content gift wrapped with a nostalgic atmosphere.
A title that evokes lurid pulp magazines featuring fantasy and horror.
The entire movie has a wonderful 80s vibe that makes it fun to watch. It definitely fits right in with classic anthologies from that era like The Monster Club (1981), Creepshow (1982), Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), and Deadtime Stories (1986).
Weird Fiction separates itself from the pack by being not only well constructed, but fun and charming.
A damn fine film that shows Perrett must have a bright future ahead of him as a writer and director.
These kids obviously love horror - there is hope for the next generation.
An unexpected masterpiece.