Shouts at the Devil in Shock ‘Em Dead
Nerdy Martin makes a deal with the Devil to become a guitar god and win the heart of Traci Lords in 1990’s B-horror comedy Shock ‘Em Dead.
Featuring performances from Stephen Quadros, Traci Lords, and the late Aldo Ray (as well as guitar work from Michael Angelo Batio), this one will have you shouting at the devil (and your TV screen) as its goofy plot unfolds.
Director Mark Freed really made something special with this one — and the fine folks at Olive Video have blessed us all with a Blu-ray release chock full of extras.
If you miss the days when hair metal, Satanic panic, and direct to video B-movies ruled the mom and pop video shop, Shock ‘Em Dead is for you. Don’t miss this one!
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