Code Red DVD Update-O-Rama

After a notable absence, the Code Red DVD Website is back online. I’m including an image of their upcoming release of Hot Moves because the artwork is sexier then Code Red’s company logo.

The final details on Sweet Sixteen Director’s Cut:

“On October 14th, Code Red, thru BCI, will release SWEET SIXTEEN on DVD. When Melissa Morgan (Aleisa Shirley), a gorgeous big city girl moves to a small Texas town, she creates quite a stir with her beauty and promiscuous attitude. She might be 15, going on 25, but all the boys at her new school are still anxious to get to know her. Shortly after her arrival, Melissa’s dates start ending up dead. When the younger brother of a local hell raiser (Don Stroud) ends up dead, Melissa looks like the likely suspect. The town Sheriff (Bo Hopkins) must try to solve the killings before the killer strikes again. Along to help him is his Nancy Drew-ish daughter (Dana Kimmell, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3). What secret will be revealed when Melissa turns SWEET SIXTEEN?. Directed by Jim Sotos, the film features an all star cast that includes Patrick Macnee, Susan Strasberg, Larry Storch, Henry Wilcoxon, Sharon Farrell and Michael Pataki. It’s presented for the first time in a directors cut.

Details: Brand New 16×9 anamorphic transfer of the Directors cut as well as the slightly different theatrical cut also in 16×9, Introduction by HOSTEL producer Scott Spiegel, Audio conversation with star Aleisa Shirley and director Jim Sotos with Scott Spiegel at Spiegel’s ‘den’, On Camera interview with stars Bo Hopkins, Shirley and director Sotos, Theatrical Trailer and Pressbook Still Gallery., MSRP: 19.98.”

The Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker DVD is now scheduled for release in April.

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2 Responses to “ Code Red DVD Update-O-Rama ”

  1. I don’t know why, but I’m totally stoked to see Sweet Sixteen. This movie has intrigued me for a few years now and I’ve heard lots of great things about it despite it’s lack of gore. Perhaps it just to see Dana Kimmel play a “Nancy Drew-ish” type of character. Thoughts on this one, anyone?

  2. Bought it. It’s a good little film. Good performances, a great late night movie.

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