17 now 18 years of BLURRING THE LINE BETWEEN ARTHOUSE AND GRINDHOUSE…
Horror-Comedy | 74 min. | CAN | 2020 | TRAILER
Nine reels of 1970’s drive-in gut-smashing, cheerleader-bleeding, satanic-slashing mayhem.
A woman, unaware that she’s being manipulated by a gory, alien sex-parasite, suddenly finds herself thrust into a world of bloody horror as her own reality collides with a group of Satan-worshiping young cheerleaders who murder and cannibalize their way through the dark woods.
Thus is the storyline of STAB KILL DIE (2020), a project undertaken by Creepy Six Films founder Vince D’Amato (ODISSEA DELLA MORTE; CARMILLA) in which he would construct a new movie from the bones – and a little flesh – from earlier film , SEX & DEATH: 1977 (2008), THE HARD CUT (2012) and CATHOLIC CHEERLEADERS FROM SATAN (2014). In doing so, writer-director D’Amato has created a new universe consisting of wild characters embodied by the talented Vancouver exploitation stalwarts of that time period, including Danielle Korda, Jennifer Wright, Janessa O’Hearn, Laura Leone Hancock, and Kacie Heart, plus many others!
Never before seen in all of its unexpurgated glory, STAB KILL DIE is the ultimate integral cut of the last of Creepy Six Films’ retro-horror-comedies, and a truly fitting swan song to Vancouver’s first-ever Midnight-Movie Production Company.
PART OF OUR HISTORY: CREEPY SIX FILMS was founded in December 2001 by Vince D’Amato and Nicole Hancock to produce genre films for the international film market. Since 2001, Creepy Six Films has worked with the international distribution companies The Asylum, Brain Damage Films, and Unearthed Films; and have produced and released our own brand of experimental, surreal, and comedic horror and revenge movies for film market territories all over the world.
MAY 2019 marked the 15-year anniversary release of our first feature cult film CARMILLA (aka CARMILLA THE LESBIAN VAMPIRE aka VAMPIRES VS ZOMBIES). It was seventeen years ago when we brought American cult-movie icon Brinke Stevens up to Vancouver to collaborate on this kitschy-gory vampire/zombie movie with Creepy Six Films (production wrapped in early May of 2002). The film completed post-production and was screened in Vancouver’s Cinematheque theatre in 2003, and then the movie was subsequently signed to The Asylum for global distribution in October of that year. The Asylum unleashed CARMILLA into the world in May of 2004…
To mark our 18th Anniversary,
Darkside Releasing will be releasing new Blu-ray Editions of Carmilla, Human Nature and Hell Hath No Fury; this new blu-ray collection will launch on our 18th Anniversary — December 13, 2019.