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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • SKU: SEV6371BR
  • UPC: 760137637189
  • Street Date: 09/28/21
  • PreBook Date: 08/24/21
  • Label: Severin Films »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 97 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1981
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

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A Day Of Judgment

The night HE came to collect his own

A Day Of Judgment
  • List Price: $34.95  
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From Earl Owensby Studios - the South's biggest producer/distributor of '70s/'80s regional horror and exploitation hits - comes what may be the most obscure and bizarre slasher movie of the entire godless genre: In a 1930s small town rife with lust, corruption and sin, a mysterious figure wielding a scythe arrives to cut an unholy swath of murder, madness and moralizing that may lead straight to Hell. William T. Hicks (DEATH SCREAMS), Brownlee Davis (WOLFMAN), Jerry Rushing (FINAL EXAM) and Harris Bloodworth star in this "early '80s oddity worth seeing as something very different" (The Slasher Report) produced by Earl Owensby (TALES OF THE THIRD DIMENSION) and Worth Keeter (L.A. BOUNTY), now scanned in 2K from the IP for the first time ever.

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Bonus Materials

  • The Atheist's Sins - Interview With Author Of NIGHTMARE USA Stephen Thrower
  • Tales Of Judgment - Interview With Filmmaker Worth Keeter And Writer Thom McIntyre

Sales Points

  • For fans of the outrĂ©
  • For fans of Southern horror
  • For fans of indie horror

Press Quotes

Truly a joy to behold... It may be one of the most unusual entries made during The Golden Age of Slasher Films.

     —Bad Movies For Bad People

A slasher for the whole family... Here it is, folks: the first and probably only Christian slasher movie ever made.

     —Obscure Cinema 101

  

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