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New horror coming to DVD

Genius Products has sent in details and artwork for three new horror movies making their way to DVD over the next couple of months. Click on the titles for more details and artwork.

Final Draft: James Van Der Beek (“Dawson’s Creek”, Varsity Blues) finds himself trapped in a world where he must defeat his own illusions and nightmares in Final Draft, premiering on DVD September 18, 2007 from Genius Products. Witness James Van Der Beek in his most chilling role yet in this haunting psychological thriller that will leave you hanging on the edge of your seat. Final Draft is a must-own DVD for all fans who love the suspense in films such as Secret Window, The Shining and Donnie Darko. The DVD also includes a featurette about the making of the film and a music video.

Frostbitten: A small, freezing town has a terrifyingly big secret as Genius Products presents Frostbitten, available on DVD September 25, 2007. Director Anders Banke unleashes a classic horror film about a small town in Sweden where daylight may be a lifetime away. As darkness falls, vampires emerge and the terrifying feast begins. Shot entirely in Sweden with an award-winning special effects team, Frostbitten is the first modern, high value vampire movie to come out of the Scandinavian country. The film earned Fantasporto’s International Fantasy Film Festival Award (2006), Dilbao Fantasy Film Festival Award (2006) and Titanic International Film Festival Award (2006).

Hallowed Ground: Death has been prophesied in the terrifying DVD debut of Hallowed Ground, available October 9, 2007 from Genius Products. Hallowed Ground features a outstanding performance by Jaimie Alexander (Rest Stop, “Kyle XY”) hailed as one of the new generation of “scream queens” by USA Today, alongside Brian McNamara (Arachnophobia, “Billionaire Boys Club”) and Hudson Leick (“Xena: Warrior Princess”). In the scary vein of such classics horror film as Jeepers Creepers and Children of the Corn, David Benullo (Around the World in 80 Days) makes his chilling directorial debut in a film that is packed with bone-chilling suspense and unforgettable gory images.

Source: Ryan Rotten, Genius Products