- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 4 hours, 35 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: May 10, 2011
- Originally Released: 2011
- Label: Mill Creek Ent
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
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Description by OLDIES.com:
The Covenant: Brotherhood of Evil - 2006 / 90 mins / Not Rated
An ancient artifact in the form of a demonic cane unleashes a conspiracy of unspeakable evil upon humanity in this pulse pounding horror-thriller. After up and coming PR exec David Goodman (Edward Furlong) is passed over for a promotion at work and blinded by a seemingly random attack in the street, he's willing to do anything to see again. Guillermo List (Michael Madsen), a shadowy accolyte from hell, promises to restore David's sight and ensure his corporate success if the desperate young man will pay the ultimate price...his soul.
Time of Fear - 2005 / 90 mins / Not Rated
In the aftermath of several brutal murders, FBI Agent Cheryl Hammer (Cheryl Pollak) arrives in a small California town to track the elusive serial killer. But with little aid available from local police, Cheryl turns to the one person she thinks can help: Jack Barone, a grieving father whose daughter was the victim of a similar slaying ten years earlier. Turning to a priest, Father Patrick, for insights into the bizarre nature of the crimes - a perversion of biblical punishments for sins - Cheryl and Jack slowly begin to uncover clues, but not before another young woman is kidnapped. Now the race is on to identify the killer and rescue the girl before she becomes his next victim.
Their story begins over three centuries ago with a horrifying tale of incest and hedonism. Now, banished to a remote island in the Atlantic, these hideous creatures stalk the catacombs beneath the rocky shores emerging to satisfy their thirst for human blood. One man (Roy Dupuis) shares their mutual birthright, another man (Rutger Hauer) holds their death warrant. Both of them converge to face these revolting goblin-like monsters in a clash of blood where only one species can survive.