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  • Actors: Charlie O'Connell, Corin Nemec, Jack Scalia, Victoria Pratt, Romy Windsor
  • Directors: 8 Features
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 7, 2012
  • Run Time: 681 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006GL8N9C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #413,454 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Ray joins a high-seas treasure hunt hoping to get revenge on the mysterious Kraken that claimed the lives of his parents more than thirty years ago.

Marie and her husband plan a relaxing getaway...but something sinister lurks in the light of the full moon.

An up-and-coming TV journalist returns to her small hometown to find it in a state of panic over a series of grisly murders.

A doctor and his wife discover magnetic pulses from the ocean floor that drive sharks into a frenzy.

Megan is struggling to fit in—until she meets Victor, a vampire who is also in need of a friend. But when a rash of murders break out, Victor becomes the prime suspect.

Hundreds of years ago, the most prominent vampire of the old world, Lord Giovanni, was defeated by a premier vampire slayer. Now, Melissa hopes to summon Giovanni and his clan.

When Barry and Christine move into a new house, they discover a strange locked door in the basement...a door that hides a terrible secret.

Aurelius and Chloe lead opposite lives, but when they are cast together in a class play, they find that they having something in common—a deep, dark secret.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Braden Pickering on May 3, 2012
Before I get too critical here, let me just say that I consider myself a fan of these low-budget horror collections released by Echo Bridge, and make a point to dig through every five dollar bin I come across to make sure I haven't missed any and that my collection is up to date. I can't believe I just admitted that publicly, but there it is, lol. Point being, I went into this knowing more or less what to expect, but even by the usual standards still came out somewhat disappointed.

Typically there's a balanced mix of films on each set, ranging from the "just okay" to the painfully unwatchable; every now and then you come across one you might even call "good." Either way there's a certain entertainment value in the cheesy charm of it all, and for the price, it's usually worth the risk. However, Volume 4 here really missed the mark, in my opinion, presenting us with a collection of films that venture way beyond low-budget and into spare change territory. The worst offender, by far, is Vampegeddon. I won't even attempt to describe the plot to you, because in all honesty I'm not sure there was one, and it just generally felt like a bunch of drama club students running around in the silliest makeup I've ever seen. (And, I hate to judge people this way because I'm no Brad Pitt myself, but if you insist on being naked for half the movie perhaps think about hitting the gym first.) The Last Vampire on Earth was awful on every level as well, but the main problem was the unprofessional acting and the fact that the actors would stumble over lines, make a face and gather their composure, then re-start the dialogue again from the beginning. It was literally like watching an 80-minute blooper reel and I'm surprised they let this one see the light of day at all.
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By Callao Girl on July 27, 2013
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I enjoyed watching some of these movies especially when there's nothing on TV, which is when I switch and watch DVDs.. They might not be the highest rated movies, but they were economical to purchase and they were entertaining They were well packaged and arrived fast.
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The Midnight Horror Collection Vol. 4 features four legitimate TV horror films and four amateur student flicks. I admit that I bought this cheap collection just to have "Howling IV: The Original Nightmare" on DVD.

The four legitimate films are on the first disk:

RAGING SHARKS. This is a shark flick mixed with submarine-thriller antics and a side of aliens. It's similar to "Octopus" but not as good. (2005, 94 minutes) GRADE: C

KRACKEN: TENTACLES OF THE DEEP. Victoria Pratt stars in this okay treasure hunt/killer squid flick. (2006, 87 minutes) GRADE: C+

NIGHT SHADOW. Kato Kaelin co-stars in this werewolf film about a journalist who comes back to her hometown where a series of grisly murders are occurring. (1989, 91 minutes) GRADE: C

HOWLING IV: THE ORIGINAL NIGHTMARE. This third sequel in the werewolf series was the first decent one (although the first sequel - "Howling II - Your Sister Is a Werewolf" - was so bad it's good). Anyway, this is supposed to be a more faithful rendition of the novel than the original "The Howling (Special Edition)", albeit with a much lower budget. It was shot in South Africa as a stand-in for S. California and stars Romy Windsor and Michael T. Weiss in a mullet. This is a decent werewolf mystery tale with good characters and an interesting build-up, but a rushed, dissatisfying climax.
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