July 4th Horror

(Above: The party before the infections in ‘Face of Evil’)

When it comes to horror movies, July 4th has been a fairly safe holiday. After all, how could anyone top Jaws, the all-time great that took place over the Fourth of  July weekend?

But here comes Face of Evil, the story of a soldier (Scott Baxter) returning home from the Middle East to an Independence Day party where people start getting infected by a “mysterious epidemic.”

The 90-minute movie — produced written, directed  and scored by Vito Dinatolo — can be found for $3.99 on Google Play, and from $4.99 on iTunes, Amazon or Vimeo.

If you’d rather see Jaws, you can rent it for $2.99 from various providers.

Unfortunately, nobody’s streaming Aquanoids, a 2003 flick that melds the Jaws plot with monster movie elements. You can, however, buy it on DVD today for as low as $2.05.


About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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