BLOOD OF THE CHUPACABRAS: Double Feature Blu-ray Coming in September From Visual Vengeance

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BLOOD OF THE CHUPACABRAS: Double Feature Blu-ray Coming in September From Visual Vengeance
Back in the early 2000s Jonathan Mumm made two micro-budget creature features, Blood of the Chupacabras and Revenge of the Chupacabras. They were a thing, no budget horror flicks shot on video with the best visual effects that home office PCs could manage at the time (refer to the see-through mouth in the fourth picture in the gallery below). 
This pair of bare-bones horror flicks are being made available on Blu-ray for the first time ever from Visual Vengeance, a sister arm of Wide Eye Releasing that focuses on curating retro shot-on-video genre movies. This double feature release will be made available on September 27th. 
Details about the release follow, along with a new trailer. If lo-fi, micro budget horror is your thing you may be interested in this release. It's certainly, something.
Releasing September 27 from Visual Vengeance, a double feature release of director Jonathan Mumm’s shot on video Crypto Creature Features BLOOD OF THE CHUPACABRAS (2003) and its sequel REVENGE OF THE CHUPACABRAS (2005)
The double feature Blu-ray includes the Blockbuster Video shelf staples Blood of the Chupacabras (2003) and its sequel Revenge of the Chupacabras (2005). Both SOV features include a healthy amount of new and archival bonus material.
BLOOD OF THE CHUPACABRAS (2003):  A group of local townsfolk are led by a treasure hunter into a nearby mine in search of gold but encounter a vampiric Chupacabras monster and the townsfolk that the beast has turned into murderous slaves.
REVENGE OF THE CHUPACABRAS (2005): A detective in search of a missing college student is lured by a madman into the lair of the fabled Chupacabras monster and he and several locals must face off against this early CGI monstrosity.  
Info and Select Bonus Features:
- First time ever available on Blu-ray
- Archival SD masters from original Betacam tapes
- New audio commentaries on both films with director Jonathan Mumm
- Archival behind the scenes features
- Blooper reels
- Archive video from premiere and festival appearances
- Limited Edition Slipcase by Earl Kessler -- FIRST PRESSING ONLY
- Collectible Mini-poster
- ‘Stick your own’ VHS sticker set
- And More
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