A consummate blending of early 80s supernatural horror and slasher film tropes, Michael Dugan’s (SUPER SEAL) MAUSOLEUM is a stylish, sleazy, and outrageously gory production, featuring a series of imaginative death scenes orchestrated by effects wizard John Carl Buechler (REANIMATOR, TROLL). Starring Bobbie Bresee (GHOULIES) and Marjoe Gortner (WHEN YOU COMIN’ BACK RED RYDER?) and featuring a moody orchestral score from Jamie Mendoza-Nava (BOYS OF COMPANY C), Vinegar Syndrome is pleased to bring MAUSOLEUM to to Blu-ray, under exclusive license from producer Michael Franzese and distributor Lon Kerr, fully uncut and newly restored from its camera negative, with its ‘explosive’ opening sequence completely intact.
Region free Blu-ray/DVD combo
Newly scanned and restored in 4k from its 35mm original camera negative
“Making Monsters” – a video interview with special fx makeup artist John Carl Buechler
Original theatrical trailer
Multiple TV spots
Promotional still gallery
Reversible cover artwork
English SDH subtitles
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