The DVD Bargain Bin

This week's Bargain Bin sees the release of a couple of buzz-backed indie flicks and a handful of Direct to Video garbage!

Lena gets stuck working late one night and has to go home with Birdie. Birdie's house seems quaint at first but soon proves to be a nightmare for Lena in Mum & Dad. Backed by tons of festival buzz, including our very own Todd Rigney giving it an 8 out of 10!

Two guys work at a morgue. Business is a little stiff, but it's a job. All is proceeding as normal until the two guys happen across the strange graveyard shift custodian bring to life a pieced together corpse! Knowing not else what to do, the two men enlist the monster to aid them in a street basketball tournament. Frankenhood stars Charlie Murphy, Bob Sapp, DeRay Davis and Jasper Redd.

A SciFi original, Attack of the Giant Leeches is as bad as it sounds. A park ranger is investigating the nearby swamp to find out what's happening to the town's disappearing folk. Turns out its the result of massive bloodsucking leeches!

Karen's a young nurse working at the nut house. Working the late shift, she boards the subway train home. She never makes it there as the train stops suddenly in the middle of a tunnel. Karen is then forced to face a night full of brutal murders, insane cultists and a host of other atrocities in 2007's End of the Line.

It's been awhile since we've had some crazy rednecks in the Bargain Bin, so thankfully Scarce is here to save the day. Three young snowboarders find themselves lost in the mountains as the come across a cozy little cabin to shelter in. Unfortunately for them, the owners of the cabin are a couple of flesh harvesting locals.

Halloween is the biggest party night of the year for this small college town and the school's recent ban on partying isn't going to change things. Thankfully, Charlie has just inherited a large house from his dead uncle on the outskirts of town. It won't take long before the students find out why the house is known as The House of the Demon.

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