Slime City Double Feature

Shock-O-Rama   (1989) / Region 1
Slime City Double Feature

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A Horror Film With Guts!

When Alex (Robert Sabin) and his virginal girlfriend (Mary Huner) move into a New York City apartment, they fall victim to blood-thirsty supernatural that have horrifying plans for them. The apartment is haunted by the restless spirits of an occultist named Zachary and his fanatical followers who had committed mass suicide years before. Seduced by a mysterious woman, Alex is gradually possessed by Zachary. Only Lori can battle the putrid powers of darkness and save Alex's soul when he transforms into a murdering, melting monster... a hideous slime-splattered demon that cannot be stopped.


  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Sep 09 2005
  • Production Year 1989
  • Empire SKU 747847
  • UPC Code 612385320897
  • Studio  Shock-O-Rama
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL


Slime City Commentary by Gregory Lamberson and Robert Sabin
Making Of Slime Mini-Documentary
Naked Fear Commentary by Gregory Lamberson and Robert Sabin
Shock-O-Rama: A Year of Shocks Mini-Documentary
Trailers to other Retro-Shock-O-Rama Releases
Full Color Liner Notes by Director Gregory Lamberson

Bonus Feature: Naked Fear - Camden (Robert C. Sabin), who suffers from agoraphobia (the fear of open spaces), takes in Randy (Tommy Sweeney), who suffers from claustrophobia, as a roommate. Unfortunately, Randy turns out to be a serial killer, and Camden becomes a prisoner in his own apartment.


  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Video
    Widescreen 1.78:1 Color (Anamorphic)

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