88 Films

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88 Films is a DVD/Blu-ray label. The label was launched in 2012 with its initial releases focusing on bringing the Charles Band/ Full Moon Features line to UK shelves, including Puppet Master and Subspecies as well as Demonic Toys and Dollman. Since then the company has branched out to further releases including the Zalman King produced erotic thriller Two Moon Junction, the Troma Entertainment film The Last Horror Film, starring Caroline Munro, Alfred Sole's slasher film Alice Sweet Alice, and the original documentary Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever, directed by Calum Waddell.

88 Films was one of the labels praised for "providing a valuable service in preserving the more obscure titles and keeping them alive, while proving themselves bigger lovers of film than the uninterested majors" in the UK's The Guardian newspaper's annual article on the year's best DVD/Blu-ray companies.[1]

88 Films has a new line of Horror Classics on Blu-ray being released in 2015. Such classics like Slaughterhouse, Mother's Day and Don't Go in the Woods, all scheduled for a February 2015 release.

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