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Saturn’s Core Audio and Video Unleash the Joe Sherlock SOV Rarities MONSTER IN THE GARAGE and ZOMBIE LOVE SLAVE as a Double-Bill on Limited Edition VHS!

The video vindication of Bloomingdale, NJ-based fresh VHS outfit Saturn’s Core Audio and Video might already be on your rewind radar from their limited edition slabs of analog celebrating obscure cult cinema like Christopher “The Black Ed Wood” Michael's 1995 health club horror epic Terror Of Blood Gym, a double-bill of lost William Hellfire flicks (To Escape Bondage and Swinging Swinger, done in association with Horror Boobs Video) and a pair of Carl J. Sukenick mind-benders with Blood Boy and Space Zombies. Saturn’s Core has recently VHSpewed forth yet another radical re-animation, this time unearthing some obscure shot-on-video insanity with a double-bill of of 90's era no-budget movie mayhem from Corvallis, Oregon's resident B-Movie madman Joe Sherlock (Odd Noggins, Drifter)! Limited to just 25 copies, this double feature tape includes Joe's 1997 infamous no-budget masterpiece Monster In The Garage along with his "lost" 1999 flick starring Debbie D. entitled Zombie Love Slave, a film which has never been released on any home video format! Until now! The release features cover art designed by Joe himself, and comes with a hand numbered and signed art card with more original "monster" art from Sherlock. These are available for purchase now, and set to ship sometime in December. As for the flicks themselves, Saturn’s Core tags ‘em as, “a must for all fans of mind-melting shot on video insanity!” You know we can dig it.


The full art for Saturn's Core Limited Edition VHS of Joe Sherlock's MONSTER IN THE GARAGE / ZOMBIE LOVE SLAVE, featuring art from Joe himself. Those stills on the back, though. YES.

Here’s a synopsis for each flick, taken straight from the Saturn’s Core site: MONSTER IN THE GARAGE: Poor Steve. He's a slob and everyone gives him a hard time about it. He and his lovely wife Edie are planning a party. Little do they know that a flying saucer has crash-landed behind their house and the hungry creature from inside the ship is hiding in their cluttered garage. Guests arrive for the party... but may never be seen again! ZOMBIE LOVE SLAVE: Zombies hungry for flesh and sex are on the prowl, invading a family reunion and harassing local sunbathers. Bloody entrails munching and beer cooler decapitations abound, while scream queen Debbie D. (Burglar From Hell / Jacker) strips nude and verbally assaults the viewer. Can the living escape before the military strike obliterates the countryside? Find out in Joe Sherlock's lost SOV zombie epic!


A look at the signed and numbered art card that comes with the VHS release of MONSTER IN THE GARAGE / ZOMBIE LOVE SLAVE. Nice cleavage, man. I mean... woman. know what I mean.

Sounds like some serious shot-on-video fun to me, Tapeheads! These are limited to just 25 copies, and that ain't many, man, so if you want to soup up your obscure shot-on-video shelf and expand your no-budget movie knowledge, this is one double dose of regional indie insanity you won’t want to pass up. Monster in the Garage / Zombie Love Slave is available as we VHSpeak on the Official Saturn’s Cure Audio and Video Store, set to arrive on your anti-digital doorstep and invade your VCR sometime in December.

Groove and Groove and I Wonder What's in That Garage, Man?

Josh Schafer

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