Garagehouse Pictures Forms To Release NINJA BUSTERS & TRAILER TRAUMA On Blu-ray!

Ninja-BustersFor nearly twenty years, film collector and Exhumed Films programmer Harry Guerro has helped introduce audiences to some of the rarest and weirdest cult movies in cinema history. Now, Guerro has created the specialty label Garagehouse Pictures to bring these forgotten films to viewers worldwide. Garagehouse Pictures will specialize in releasing previously unseen or obscure oddities on Blu-ray and DVD; the discs will be available exclusively through Diabolik DVD, the premier online source for horror and cult cinema from around the globe.



New Label Garagehouse Pictures to Specialize in Limited Edition Releases of Rare and Forgotten Films

Garagehouse’s first title is the wacky kung fu comedy NINJA BUSTERS: filmed in 1984 but unreleased theatrically or on home video/DVD, this was a lost movie, never screened for audiences and doomed to obscurity—until now! NINJA BUSTERS tells the tale of two goofball slackers who get mixed up with illegal arms dealers and their army of trained ninja assassins. It’s up to our hapless heroes to learn kung fu and contend with sleazy gangsters, ruthless ninjas, underwear-throwing bikers, militant revolutionaries, and bitchin’ breakdancers. A charming, bizarre bit of outsider movie making, NINJA BUSTERS was the breakout hit of the annual Exhumed Films “eX-Fest” exploitation marathon in 2015 and is a film that Birth.Movies.Death says “you need, need, need to see.” The Blu-ray of this newfound fan favorite is now available at DiabolikDVD.com.

“Quite a remarkable bolt out of the gate for new label Garagehouse Pictures and a surefire candidate for one of the year’s top cult releases.” – Nathaniel Thompson, Mondo Digital

Specs for NINJA BUSTERS are as follows:

Feature Specifications:

-Transferred & Digitally Mastered in 4K from the only existing Fine Grain Answer Print

-Sound Digitally Remastered from the Original Optical Soundtrack

-Fully Restored & Presented in the Original Panavision 2.39:1 Aspect Ratio

-All Regions


-Audio Commentary with Director Paul Kyriazi

-Introduction by the Director

-THE TOURNAMENT (49 mins.), Paul Kyriazi’s First Feature

-Fan Testimonials

-Liner Notes by Dan Fraga of Exhumed Films

-Poster Card

-Featuring all new artwork by Stephen Romano

1984 / 90 mins. / Color / English


In early January, Garagehouse will release its second disc, the movie preview compilation TRAILER TRAUMA. Unlike other collections which often recycled the same old previews for the same old genre titles, TRAILER TRAUMA features rare theatrical trailers that have not been previously released on DVD. See over two hours of previously unavailable trailers for some of the most ridiculous films in history:thrill to the action of BLACK FIST, IRON MASTER, and KILL! KILL! KILL! KILL! Quiver in horror as you face the DAWN OF THE MUMMY, the REVENGE OF THE LIVING ZOMBIES, and the INCREDIBLE TORTURE SHOW! Scratch your head at the utter absurdity of DEATH BED, MUTANT WAR, and NO RETREAT, NO SURRENDER!  For fans and connoisseurs of psychotronic cinema, TRAILER TRAUMA is an essential addition to any collection.  Available for pre-order now from DiabolikDVD.com.

“A stunning collection of rare coming attractions.  One of the best trailer compilations ever!” – Chris Poggiali, Temple of Schlock

Specs for TRAILER TRAUMA are as follows:

-Transferred & Digitally Mastered in 4K from various 35mm release prints

-Sound Digitally Remastered from the Original Optical Soundtrack

-All trailers are presented in their Original Aspect Ratios

-All Regions

-Featuring Original Front/Reverse Cover and Disc Art by Stephen Romano

-Music by Ian Zapczynski

2015 / 137 mins. / Color



Brandon is the host, producer, writer and editor of The Brandon Peters Show (thebrandonpetersshow.com) on the Creative Zombie Studios Network. At Why So Blu he is a Writer/Reviewer. Brandon is a lifelong obsessive film nerd. As eager to educate in the world of film as I am to learn. An avid lover of horror, schlock and trash. You can also find older essays on his blog Naptown Nerd (naptownnerd.blogspot.com).

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