Saturday, April 2, 2016

Film Chest Media Group Proudly Presents BLOODY WEDNESDAY (1987) on DVD April 19th 2016

Madness … Violence … Deadly Consequences …
You’ll Pray for Thursday!


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BLOODY WEDNESDAY (1987) 
Label: Film Chest

Release Date: April 19, 2016
Region: All Regions
Rating: Unrated 
Duration: 96 minutes
Video: Full Screen (1.33:1) 
Audio: English
Cast: Raymond Elmendorf, Pamela Baker, Navarre Perry
Director: Mark G. Gilhuis

Ripped from the shocking, real-life headlines, the thriller Bloody Wednesday, inspired by the true story of a southern California mass murderer, comes to DVD April 19 from Film Chest Media Group.


On July 18, 1984, an out-of-work security guard, 41-year-old James Huberty, said goodbye to his wife and two daughters and calmly walked out of his San Diego, Calif., home saying he was “going hunting humans.”  Moments later, with a small arsenal of weapons, he walked into an area McDonald’s and killed 21 people before being fatally shot by a police sharpshooter. The San Ysidro Massacre, as it became known, was the deadliest mass shooting that had ever taken place on U.S. soil ... and remains one of our country’s most-violent episodes perpetrated by a single person.


In Bloody Wednesday, Harry Curtis (Raymond Elmendorf) begins an inexplicable descent into madness.  Haunted by ghosts and harassed by neighborhood thugs, his reality becomes increasingly distorted and his behavior ever more odd.  Isolated by mental illness, he feels abandoned by humanity, his only friend a talking teddy bear … and when he loses his job, his dark and evil descent accelerates …


Also starring Pamela Baker and Navarre Perry and directed by Mark G. Gilhuis, Bloody Wednesday is presented in full screen with an aspect ratio of 4 x 3 and original sound.  





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