Code Red Alert: Exploitation Double Features

These Code Red titles flew so low they even missed my “Red Radar” – this past week saw the release of two EXPLOITATION DOUBLE FEATURES. And while the special features have been paired-down to accommodate two films on one disc, each collection has something new/exclusive to make a purchase worthwhile.



The Forest
Two couple plan to take a trip into the forest. But they didn’t count on a killer on the loose with a taste for human flesh! Haunted by the ghosts of his children, the killer is eventually double-crossed as the ghosts of his children come to the aid of the campers in this unique entry into the killer-in-the-woods genre.

Don’t Go In The Woods
Four young campers head into the deep woods of the Utah mountains for a relaxing weekend. But their fun is spoiled when a machete-wielding maniac embarks on a blood-splattering rampage, hacking and slashing all who enter the woods!

The great DON’T GO IN THE WOODS has Audio Commentary By Comedy Troupe CinemaHeadCheese, which I don’t recall being on the original disc – the copy I purchased anyway.



Mark Of The Witch
A college co-ed attends a class on the occult and ends up possessed by a 17th-century witch who seduces the girl’s lover (who is also teaching the course) and sends her on a murderous rampage to get revenge on the descendent of the man who persecuted her in this taut horror movie.

Devil Times Five
Five children crawl from the wreckage of a deadly van accident in a snowy canyon. The juvenile survivors (including teen heartthrob Leif Garrett) seek shelter at a secluded mountaintop winter home occupied by a rich businessman (Gene Evans) and his friends (including Sorrell Booke, Boss Hogg from TV’s Dukes Of Hazzard and Shelly Morrison of Will & Grace). Soon, strange mishaps occur and the group is stranded without electricity and telephones. One by one, the adults begin to fell prey to a series of shocking and violent deaths! By the time the few surviving adults suspect the demented delinquents it may be too late!

This debuts Code Red’s MARK OF THE WITCH, so here’s the only place to get it!

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6 Responses to “ Code Red Alert: Exploitation Double Features ”

  1. These things are more addictive than crack. I love the Mausolem/Blood Song double feature and hope to track down more of the titles in the series.

  2. How ’bout a feature on the Artists that created these awesome 80s horror posters… if possible?

    Love (most of) the synopses and taglines, as well.

  3. Is Mark of the Witch really a Code Red title, or a BCI addition? Just wondering. Cool. May pick it up.

  4. Is there any special features?

  5. Are the discs double sided, or are the films both on the same side? I put my DVDs into 400 disc changers, and it is a pain when they are double sided.

  6. both movies must be on one side of the DVD, otherwise they would have kept all the special features on Forest/Don’t Go In The Woods.

    how does a comedy commentary make it worth a purchase? It makes no sense to put something on a DVD from people that have nothing to do with making it.

    I just picked up Mausoleum/Blood song even though i downloaded both of them, I want to support BCI. I also found Final Exam brand new in a store last week, and I also found “Beyond the Door” for $4 used at the same store. it was a good week!

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