All three DVDs come packaged together in a special, space-saving slimline DVD case. Set includes NETHERWORLD, TOTEM & VOODOO ACADEMY.
The shape of nightmares to come! Brought together for a deadly purpose...Six teenagers are mysteriously drawn and transported to a remote cabin in the woods surrounded by an invisible force field. In a nearby cemetery they discover an ancient stone monument carved with the faces of three demons. Soon the teens find themselves drawn into a murderous ritual to bring the stone demons to life, transforming three of them into killers and three into victims! Controlled by an ancient evil to bring hell to earth!
There is a place between heaven and hell.After inheriting a sprawling estate in the bayous of Louisiana, Corey Thornton’s life is about to change forever. Through instructions left to him at the mansion, Corey learns of his father’s bizarre plan and last wish to be resurrected and is introduced to a very sensual and sexy woman, Delores, a mistress of black magic who was involved with his father. Now, haunted by the ghost of his father, surrounded by the enticing ways of black magic, and driven by the mad desire for the mysterious Delores, Corey is about to enter that world beyond imagination known as – THE NETHERWORLD.
A young bible college student learns that his future (or lack thereof) may literally lie in the hands of a malicious clergyman in this shocker from Witchouse director David DeCoteau. Though Christopher Sawyer's (Riley Smith) arrival at Carmichael Bible College goes smoothly as expected, it isn't until he meets the mysterious Reverend Carmichael (Chad Burris) that something appears to be amiss. Between the reverend's strange behavior and the downright un-Christian seductiveness of his financier, Mrs. Bouvier (Debra Mayer), Christopher slowly begins to realize that something is amiss at Carmichael Bible College. When it's revealed that the students are slowly being transformed into human voodoo dolls, the stage is set for a supernatural struggle that's likely to blacken the souls of both the faculty and the student body.