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DVD & Blu-ray Releases: August 9, 2016

DVD & Blu-ray Releases: August 9, 2016

This week’s releases include Can Evrenol’s Baskin, along with the second and third sequels to Basket Case. Coincidentally, the star of the Basket Case films, Kevin Van Hentenryck, will be at this year’s CT HorrorFest on August 27th in Danbury Connecticut. You can view the complete list of this week’s horror releases below.

Baskin (Bluray / DVD Combo) [Blu-ray]

Starring: Mehmet Cerrahoglu, Gorkem Kasal

Synopsis: A five-man unit of cops on night patrol get more than they bargain for when they arrive at a creepy backwater town in the middle of nowhere after a call comes over the radio for backup. Entering a derelict building, the seasoned tough guys and their rookie junior, who’s still haunted by a traumatic childhood dream, do the one thing you should never do in this kind of movie: they split up. They soon realize they’ve stumbled into a monstrous charnel house and descend into an ever-more nightmarish netherworld where grotesque, mind-wrenching horrors await them at every turn. But things aren’t what they seem in this truly disturbing, outrageously gory, and increasingly surreal film whose unpredictable narrative slippages pull the carpet from under your feet and keep you guessing right up to the final moment. A wildly original film that reconfirms Turkey as the breakout national cinema of the moment. read more

New Trailer for IFC Midnight’s BASKIN

IFC Midnight Presents  BASKIN

A Film By Can Evrenol

“Prepare for a whole new vision of Turkish cinema…BASKIN is creepy, weird and amazing.” – Ryland Aldrich, TWITCH FILM

 

AS SEEN ON NERDIST!

 

 

 

 

On VOD & Opening NY @ The IFC Center on March 25th

Opening LA @ Arena Cinema on April 1st

A five-man unit of cops on night patrol get more than they bargain for when they arrive at a creepy backwater town in the middle of nowhere after a call comes over the radio for backup. Entering a derelict building, the seasoned tough guys and their rookie junior, who’s still haunted by a traumatic childhood dream, do the one thing you should never do in this kind of movie: they split up. They soon realize they’ve stumbled into a monstrous charnel house and descend into an ever-more nightmarish netherworld where grotesque, mind-wrenching horrors await them at every turn. This is one Baskin  (that’s “police raid” to you non-Turkish speakers) that isn’t going to end well. But wait! Things aren’t what they seem in this truly disturbing, outrageously gory, and increasingly surreal film whose unpredictable narrative pulls the carpet from under your feet and keeps you guessing right up to the final moment. A wildly original whatsit that reconfirms Turkey as the breakout national cinema of the moment. read more