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Harold's Going Stiff and a Psychotic Forest Ranger is loose. Frights and fun!

He's going stiffer
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Ever feel like you're getting stiff?
No, not that way.
The critically cheered British horror “mockumentary,” Harold's Going Stiff, is now available on DVD from Level 33 Entertainment. Following a successful multi-platform run, the title makes a unique and worthwhile addition to the DVD collection of zombie-lovers everywhere. The same can be said for the bloody and hilarious 1980’s throwback horror film, The Legend of the Psychotic Forst Ranger. Full of laughs and gore, this film delivers the campy entertainment of slasher movies from days gone by.
Written and directed by Keith Wright and produced in the U.K. by Richard Guy, Harold's Going Stiff stars newcomers Stan Rowe and Sarah Spencer; during the movie’s theatrical run, the film’s trailer ranked #1 on iTunes Trailers.
Harold's Going Stiff takes place in grey-skied, rural England and centers on Harold (Rowe) who is suffering from a new disease that is slowly transforming him into a zombie. A young, lonely nurse, Penny (Spencer), is sent to help ease the symptoms of Harold's frightening illness and they quickly and unexpectedly become very close. After an experimental treatment fails, Harold's condition deteriorates rapidly and the two end up on the run from a group of violent vigilantes seeking to rid their town of zombies.
Written, directed, and produced in Canada by Brad Mills, The Legend of the Psychotic Forest Ranger was an official selection at the Atlantic Film Festival. The movie is a fun, campy throwback to those old 80’s VHS horror flicks that you would rent at your local video store.
Full of plot holes & cheesy dialogue, The Legend of the Psychotic Forest Ranger is a B horror movie straight out of the '70s and ‘80s. After taking a wrong turn down an abandoned road, the Jock, the Joker, the Blond Bimbo and the Paranoid Brunette run out of gas and find themselves stranded in the middle of the woods. What a total bummer! What’s that noise? Why is everyone vanishing? Is it all one of Bradley's dumb practical jokes, or could The Legend be true?\
Your compass can't help you in these woods!

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