This 4-DVD bundle pack includes the following feature films from director Ted V. Mikels:
Mark of the Astro-Zombies (2002, Color): Unbelievable science-fiction horror!
Evil Aliens from a distant asteroid invade the Earth to create half- human robots with synthetic blood and body parts - Astro-Zombies! The soulless androids terrorize and indiscriminantly slaughter Earth's humans in a non-stop killing rampage. Key members of the U.S. presidential staff are kidnapped to electronically extract knowledge that will assist the space creatures in their diabolical quest. When a squad of advanced extra-terrestrial beings arrives to assist Earth's helpless population, they begin an all-out battle to destroy the evil alien forces.
As a bonus, includes "The Making of Mark of the Astro-Zombies."
Starring Tura Satana, Liz Renay, Brinke Stevens, Sean Morelli & Anton Funtek; Directed by Ted V. Mikels.
Dimension In Fear (1998, Color): A psychotic serial killer escapes from the asylum and goes on a bloody rampage across the west. With the body count climbing, homicidal maniac Cal Lewis makes his way to Las Vegas as police race against the clock to locate and capture him. Pretty TV weather girl, Dedra Hagan, is also heading to the gambling mecca, on her way to a new job. When Dedra's car breaks down in the Nevada desert, Lewis drives by and offers her a ride - on the deadly highway to Hell.
Ron Jason gives a fiercely stark performance as the deranged homicidal maniac in this 1998 thriller from low-budget master Ted V. Mikels (Astro-Zombies, The Corpse Grinders, Blood Orgy of the She Devils). Several of Mikels' regulars - Shanti, Liz Renay and Dolores Fuller - appear here, along with Gene Ellison Jones and the director himself, who does a cameo as the motel desk clerk.
Starring Ron Jason, Nicole West, Gene Ellison Jones, Shanti, Liz Renay & Dolores Fuller; Directed by Ted V. Mikels.
Female Slaves Revenge (1997, Color): Violent revolution topples the racist regime of an apartheid nation in Africa. New laws decree that all slaves and servants are now the masters and may arrest, try and punish their dispossessed lords. Most of the white ruling class flee into exile, but one stubborn landowner unwisely defies the edict and stays behind. He is captured, bound and dragged before an impromptu court to be tried by his angry ex-slaves. The surviving victims angrily bear witness to his barbarous crimes of bondage, torture, rape and murder. The accused is viciously beaten and stomped until the final sentence is pronounced.
Independent filmmaker Ted V. Mikels, who appears here as the condemned slavemaster, explores the darker side of sado-masochistic fetishism in this grim, disturbing vision of violent retribution. Filmed in 1997, Female Slaves Revenge is not for the faint-hearted or the easily offended.
Starring Ted V. Mikels, Jennifer Dove, Rachel Powell & Sandra Young; Directed by Ted V. Mikels.
Cauldron: Baptism of Blood (2004, Color): Blood-drinking cultists impale and behead their sacrificial victims to feed the insatiable blood-lust of Vessago, the horned demon that they worship. Their leader, a powerful sorceress named Demonia, has targeted their next victim - Stacy, a young singer who says she will do anything to achieve stardom. When Vessago appears in a ball of flame, offering her fame in return for her soul, she recoils in terror. In a fit of rage, the monster orders Demonia and her satanic brood to kidnap Stacy and sacrifice her closest friends one by one until she submits to his desires.
The Cauldron: Baptism of Blood (2004) marks the return of director Ted V. Mikels to the evil, black magic realms he visited in Blood Orgy of the She Devils (1972). With nubile, writhing witches and a psychedelic nightmare of a demon, this dark tale of paranormal horror builds relentlessly to a final cataclysm of hellfire.
Starring Mary Selby, Kellie Karl, Shanti, Sean Morelli & Scott Blacksher; Directed by Ted V. Mikels.