Synapse Films unleashes the Slamdance Film Festival knockout Graphic Sexual Horror, a documentary on one of the most depraved and revolutionary websites in history, www.INSEX.com
Synapse Films extends their Asian Cult Cinema line with low budget zombie-comedy goodness.
Synapse Films unleashes Coffin Joe, the Brazilian Boogeyman himself, on Blu-Ray March 29th.
Synapse Films pledges to Alex Pucci’s retro-slasher Frat House Massacre- but this will be one killer Hell Week. Fuckin’ hell, I’m so glad I attend a tech school…
Synapse Films unearths one of their craziest films ever, Gurozuka (probably from an abandoned film club hangout)
Synapse Films bring the complete anthology of everybody’s favorite British horror studio to DVD in a fantastic 5 disk set.
Impulse Pictures releases the seventh installment in the softcore-German-schoolgirl-saga.
Synapse Films brings the war back home with a Blu-Ray of one of the best action film you’ve never seen.
Synapse Films brings the classic Hammer vampire flick Twins of Evil to Blu-Ray and DVD.
Synapse Films unleashes Robert Ginty, the man they pushed too far, in James Glickenhaus’s The Exterminator- and in stunning Hi-Def.
Synapse Films renovates the classic Video Nasty on April 26th!
Hammer House of Horror Episodes 1-3 (Witching Time, The Thirteenth Reunion, Rude Awakening) Review
Synapse Films brings Eben McGarr's demented indie flick, Sick Girl, to DVD!
Synapse Films grind house and vintage trailer collection is already to number four! It's hard to believed I picked up the first edition of this excellent series back in 2005; but here we stand, with Volume 5- The Alamo on it's way!
Synapse Films brings the French underground gangster/psychological torture gem to DVD.
Celebrating their 100th release, Synapse Films brings the classic Hammer film to Blu Ray for the first time.
Synapse Films has rounded up 13 of the darkest and wackiest shorts from the Fantasia Film Festival.
Synapse Films delivers the blood, boobs, and bandages in a little town they call South of Heaven, TX.
Synapse Films has re-released their mummy-hosted Sexploitation oddity, Bizarre, under its original title!
You Better Watch Out this Christmas Evil, because Synapse Films has unleashed Terror in Toyland!
Synapse Films unleashes over three hours of their infamous trailer collection on Blu-Ray.
Synapse Films unleashes Officer Matt Cordell against Bruce Campbell and Tom Atkins in William Lustig’s classic Maniac Cop.
Synapse Films serves up the classic French horror flick Night of Death!, a movie that's guaranteed to make you even more terrified of the elderly.
Synapse Films unchains Belial’s basket for the conclusion of Frank Henenlotter’s infamous dis-conjoined twin series.
Synapse Films blasts Dolph Lundgren onto Blu-Ray in Joe Zito’s Red Scorpion.
The movie that puts every Asylum release to shame, courtesy of Synapse Films!
Synapse Films brings Scott Spiegel’s super-market-slasher to Blu-Ray and DVD.
Synapse Films present the ultimate eating machine.
Synapse Films brings one of the grittiest Blaxploitation action films back to life.
Synapse Films release of the Japanese supernatural slasher movie... with gore... and rape...
From Synapse Films comes the touching love story of a man, his sheep, and the people they slaughter.
Growing Pains – With a scientist father trying to end world hunger and a workaholic diplomat for a mother, it makes sense poor William would act out to get his parents attention. Well, what Laurie and Terence Morton didn’t expect was for him to sneak into his...
Synapse Films drops The Life and Death of a Porno Gang on Blu-Ray. Its Serbian, it’s about porn, and it will probably make you question your belief in the future of humanity.
Synapse Films has released one of the funnest, most offensive movies in existence, Street Trash, on an amazing two disk set.
Synapse Films presents us with a classic tale of love, obsession, and death- but not necessarily in that order...
Synapse Films delivers one of the wackiest zombie films ever made.
Home Sick was released late last year by Synapse Films. I became interested in the film when I heard people talking about the off beat characters, buckets of gore, and super dark sense of humor. So how does Home Sick hold up to the hype?