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IFC and Shout! Factory Team Up On Four New Releases!

IFC Midnight and Shout! Factory are a winning combination. IFC sends word of four new films coming to DVD and Blu-ray this Winter as part of their partnership with Shout! Factory. Our love for Shout! Factory is well documented, so you know we’re excited to hear the news!

Read on for all the gory details! Film synopses generously provided by IFC Midnight via their Official Press Release.

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68 KILL – Available Now

68 Kill was a big hit at Fantasia Fest 2017 and we’ve got the official trailer for you right here!

68 Kill Synopsis

It started with a couple dead bodies and $68,000 in stolen cash. Chip Taylor’s girlfriend Liza had the perfect plan to rip off her rich sugar daddy. It should have been an easy in and out kind of deal. Nobody would get hurt and they would come out of it with enough loot to solve their problems. But things started going wrong as soon as they were inside the rich man’s house, and for Chip it was only the beginning of the longest, most terrifying ride of his life.

We LOVED 68 Kill. Don’t believe me? Check out our review here. It’s awesome! 68 Kill is available now over at the Shout! Factory website.



Check out the Welcome to Willits trailer below.

Welcome to Willits Synopsis

Aliens, burnouts and clueless campers collide in this bloody and bonkers slasher freak-out. Deep in the woods of Northern California lies the off-the-grid town of Willits, a haven for marijuana growers, meth addicts, and conspiracy theorists. When a gaggle of vacationing teens unknowingly set up their campsite on the property of Willits’ most disturbed resident—a psychotic, drug-addled pot farmer convinced extraterrestrials are out to get him—they’re in for one hell of a bad time. The feature debut from director Trevor Ryan is a no-holds-barred pileup of carnage, twisted comedy, and pure crazy.

Welcome to Willits is available to pre-order now over at the Shout! Factory website.

78/52 – February 27

78/52 is a documentary based  on one of the most iconic scenes of all time: Hitchcock’s shower scene in Psycho.

78/52 Synopsis

Years before Jaws made you afraid to go in the water, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho made you afraid to shower! Janet Leigh’s iconic shower scene is the subject of Alexandre O. Philippe’s new documentary 78/52. The title is a reference to the 78 camera setups and 52 cuts it took to film the 3 minute scene.

I can’t wait to see this one. It looks fascinating! It is available for pre-order over at the Shout! Factory website.


And last, but not least…


I Remember You is a hair raising tale of the supernatural. Check out the official trailer here!

I Remember You Synopsis

An elderly woman hangs herself in a church. A grieving father searches for the truth about what happened to his missing son. And a trio of young city dwellers unleashes a sinister force when they begin renovating a cursed home on a remote island. They don’t know it yet, but each of these strangers is connected by a disturbing, decades-old secret — a mystery that holds the key to a series of terrifying supernatural events. Based on the acclaimed novel by “Queen of Icelandic Crime” Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, this atmospheric chiller is both a hair-raising ghost story and a powerful tale of life beyond death.

You can read our review of I Remember You right here. The film is available for pre-order now over at the Shout! Factory website.

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Wow! Lots of great stuff coming soon from IFC Midnight and Shout! Factory. Which of these films are you most excited to see? Tell us in the comments!

About Kenn Hoekstra

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