Following on from the first two releases (Dead Meat and Malefique) from new horror DVD label FrightFest Presents, we now have the next two DVDs in the series, the Indian cult 'triptych' Tears of Kali from Germany and the outstanding Italian giallo, Eyes of Crystal directed by Eros Puglielli.
Tears of Kali was released on 27th January (priced £19.99), and Eyes of Crystal will be available towards the end of February, but thanks to Revolver Entertainment, we have two copies of each film to give away in our latest competition.
To enter, simply answer the question below, enter your email address and press submit. As the DVDs are UK Region 2 releases, we can only accept entries from people aged 18 or over who live in the UK.
The competition closes on 23rd February 2006 and we will notify the two winners the following day.
Eyes of Crystal A vicious serial killer is on the loose slaughtering with no mercy but much macabre creativity. For the warped psychopath is removing different body parts on each victim, replacing them with the corresponding part from life-size antique Italian dolls.
Hard-bitten Inspector Giacomo Amaldi (Luigi Lo Cascio) is convinced the assassin is gruesomely building the perfect mate. But as the bloody body count continues he comes face to face with the shocking moral decay of his city as well as the ghosts of his own grisly past. With his new girlfriend Giuditta (Lucia Jimťnez) in mortal danger, can Amaldi fit the pieces of the terrifying puzzle together in time?
Tears of Kali Prepare to stare into faces of gruesome fear with a trilogy of cruel terror shedding light on a mysterious cult with its grisly genesis in the mystical depths of the Indian Continent. For devoted members are encouraged to explore their quest for spiritual enlightenment in ever more bizarre ways - beyond karma and into a world of extreme sadistic horror ruled by the three most feared Hindu goddesses.
And Shakti, Devi and Kali donít think twice about exacting a terrible price for such chilling mortal curiosity as three unsuspecting disciples learn to their blood-freezing cost.
27th Jun 05 If there is any kind of discernable message in White Noise, itís donít mess around with EVP. Point taken. Itís a confusing film and Iím really sorry to say that Keatonís performance is flat, dull, disappointing