Dante Tomaselli’s ‘The Torture Chamber’ finally gets US release date




US horror fans desperate to see Dante Tomaselli’s highly anticipated new horror, The Torture Chamber, can finally mark a date in their diaries. The directors fourth horror film will arrive on DVD courtesy of Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment on January 28th 2014.

Sadly, there are no dates yet for here in the UK, but a US release date is a good start, and hopefully the film will be making its way to the UK sometime next year too!

The director has only made four films in the past ten years, Desecration, Horror, Satan’s Playground and this, The Torture Chamber.

His latest film looks delightfully horrific and nasty, and the trailer (which I have included below to remind you) has a real menacing feel to it, and delivers and un-nerving atmosphere. Written and directed by Tomaselli, the films stars Vincent Pastore, Christie Sanford, Lynn Lowry and Ron Millkie.

For more  visit the official Torture Chamber websiteand “like” Torture Chamber on Facebook.


Hallucinatory horror shocker about an unholy bond between a mother and her two sons. A Catholic priest, devoted to saving his family, tries to cure his deranged younger brother — but 13-year-old Jimmy Morgan is possessed by an evil too powerful to be exorcised by any religion. After escaping from a mental institution, Jimmy is back with a vengeance — and an army of children who follow his every murderous desire. The town trembles in fear as the youths attack and abduct its residents — innocent and guilty alike — dragging their victims to an abandoned castle and subjecting them to grisly torments deep within its underground tunnels. Those who discover the terrible secret behind the disappearances and deaths don’t live long enough to tell it. The teacher, the doctor, even Jimmy’s own brother and mother, will all confront their fates in the Torture Chamber.


About Matt Wavish 10001 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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