Making its way to DVD this December 11th is Scott McKinlay’s Creep Van, and we have just scored all the details you need for the upcoming release. If you 80’s horror movies, and who doesn’t, right? I’m pretty sure this will be right up your alley as it looks like a great little homage.
From the Press Release:
“Buckle up for a bumpy ride when Creep Van screeches onto DVD December 11, 2012, from Inception Media Group.
Life without a car is murder… and nobody knows that better than Campbell Jackson, a 20-something out-of-work, out-of-options misfit. Forced to take a dead-end job at a Detroit car wash, Campbell spies a dilapidated ’70s van for sale and attempts to buy it. Little does he know, it’s the Creep Van, whose mysterious owner has been terrorizing locals—killing and torturing victims with a host of elaborate booby traps inside its rusted shell. For those unwilling to climb aboard, the Creep and his Van have no qualms about running folks down or smashing through walls. Forced to team up with a sleazy conman to hunt down and stop the mayhem – before he and his girlfriend become the next victims – Campbell finds himself in for one hell of a bloody ride!
Directed by Scott McKinlay (Gag) and featuring special effects by Almost Human’s Robert Hall (Laid to Rest, ChromeSkull). 0
Creep Van is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 16 x 9 (1.78:1) and 5.1 digital surround sound. Special features include “Anatomy of a Killer Van Smash” and “Creep Van: Under the Hood” featurettes, “Bits and Pieces” (interview with the actors), theatrical trailers, deleted scene, and audio commentary by the filmmakers.”