Action Films

This weekend is your last chance to snag SRS Cinema’s ‘Kitty Killers’!

Kitty Killers, the last production from kick-ass SOV studio Borderline Productions, returns to VHS from Sub Rosa Studios.  This overlooked gem, featuring more action and gunfire than you’d find in just about any underground motion picture, was directed by Todd Reynolds and produced by Ronnie Sortor.

Kitty Killers was part of a “Design the Artwork” contest by Sub Rosa, with super-fan Tony Goggles winning top honors (read our press about the challenge here).  There will be three versions available for release this time around, all Clam Shell editions:  1) Tony’s winning art, 2) Runner-up Steve Disparra’s design, and 3) A third edition where you get both covers (Steve’s art will be inserted in the clam shell behind Tony’s).  All editions will include a DVD, picture card, and mini poster (with Tony’s art)!

Synopsis:  Jimmy, Max, and Bill want to make some quick money.  So they take what little cash they have make S&M films.  New parties take notice of their work.  They are asked to make something different . . . a real snuff film.  Jimmy objects, but Max forces him along, making him run camera at gunpoint.  Screaming.  The slash of a knife.  Blood.  Lots of blood . . .   And then it’s done.  But in the aftermath, Jimmy’s world falls apart.  Strange things begin to happen to him, and anyone who comes in contact with the film is slaughtered.  Life around him spirals into a super-natural gorefest!  KITTY KILLERS – Deals have to be made any way they can.  If blood spills, so be it.  Mr. Hill is this kind of business-man.  His hired guns are loyal.  Resignations are not taken lightly.  Dissension earns you a bullet in the head.  Take a trip through the flip side of the world of tough guys where enlightenment awaits those who are mean enough to survive.


Kitty Killers is available ONLY until 8/17.  However many sell in that time will be the release number.  Get yours while you can, before it is gone for good!

Pick up your copy here right now!

Also note, a few copies of Carmilla are still available on VHS – get ’em while you can!  Read the details we released here!


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