After putting together an excellent release for The Dorm That Dripped Blood, Synapse Films is going to throw its hat in the slasher-movie ring again this August. To make things really interesting, this time it’s for a new slasher flick – Alex Pucci’s Frat House Massacre. This disc will feature a director’s cut that runs an extra twenty minutes longer than the version that played at film festivals a few years back and it also boasts a musical score by Goblin’s keyboard maestro, Claudio Simonetti. Read on for all the frat-slashing details…
Synapse Films adds to your summer glee with FRAT HOUSE MASSACRE, a new film from the creators of CAMP SLAUGHTER.
Sean and his little brother Bobby thought joining the Delta Iota Epsilon fraternity would be the best time of their lives with parties, freedom, girls and sex. The fraternity president Mark (Jon Fleming of TVs WILL & GRACE and DANTE’S COVE), however, is a little strange. His twisted hazing rituals include extreme physical and mental torture that lead the boys down a horrific path of destruction and death. But death may be just the beginning, as this gritty twisted film unfolds.
Inspired by actual events and set in the year 1979, FRAT HOUSE MASSACRE is a disturbing journey through the twisted world of fraternity boys, pledges and the not-so-innocent sorority sisters swept up in their madness. Loaded with violence, gore, nudity and a fantastic music score by Goblin’s Claudio Simonetti, this is the full-length director’s cut containing over twenty minutes of additional footage.
Special Features and Disc Info (Frat House Massacre):
- Commentary with Director Alex Pucci
- Crew Commentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Making of Featurette
- All Regions
Director: Alex Pucci
Starring: Rane Jameson, Chris Prangley, Jon Fleming
Run Time: 116 minutes
Release Date: August 9, 2011
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1