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Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-In Monsterama (BluRay) 
Written by: on May 23rd, 2016

Theatrical Release Dates: Various
Directors: Various
Cast: Various

BluRay released: May 3rd, 2016
Approximate running time: 203 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 & 2.35:1 Widescreen / 1080 Progressive / MPEG-4 AVC
Rating: NR
Sound: DTS-HD Mono English
Subtitles: N/A
BluRay Release: Garagehouse Pictures
Region Coding: Region Free
Retail Price: $24.95

Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-In Monsterama is Garagehouse Pictures follow up to their widely acclaimed Trailer Trauma. And this latest installment like its predecessor does superb job when it comes to picking trailers that have not been in other trailer collections.

At just over three and a half hours of content there is a wealth of rarely scene films waiting to be rediscovered. Also though the overriding theme of this collection is Horror / Sci-Fi themed films. What lays within in this collection is not just home grown product released here in the USA. There is also a wealth of Euro Cult content. Another strength of this collection is how these trailers are grouped together by common themes and / or genres.

Excluding the clips that open and close this release. Here are ninety-five trailers that makeup this collection.

Superbeast / Daughters of SatanThe Boy Who Cried WerewolfWerewolves on WheelsCount Dracula & His Vampire BrideDracula’s Great LoveWar of the GargantuasLatitude ZeroFrankenstein’s Bloody TerrorThe Vampire-Beast Craves BloodBloodsuckers / Blood ThirstThe Folks at Red Wolf InnThe Mad ButcherCarnivorousIsland of the DamnedIsland of the FishmenFrankenstein IslandFrankenstein and the Monster from HellCaptain Kronos – Vampire HunterThe Black Belly of the Tarantula / The Weekend MurdersThe Murder ClinicSchizoidThe Night Evelyn Came Out of the GraveBaron BloodDorian Gray, The Mephisto Waltz, The Reincarnation of Peter ProudThe Possession of Joel DelaneyThe Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus / The MansterBanana MonsterGorilla GangEye of the CatWillardKiss of the TarantulaCathy’s CurseThe DemonsMark of the WitchTerrorTerror in the Wax MuseumNightmare in WaxBlood of Dracula’s CastleCastle of EvilThe TerrorTower of Screaming VirginsScream of the Demon LoverAnd Now the Screaming Starts!

The House That ScreamedHell House GirlsHouse of 1,000 DollsHouse of Psychotic WomenHouse of Seven CorpsesThe House by the LakeBurnt OfferingsHorror HouseThe Beast in the CellarThe Blood on Satan’s ClawSilent Night, Bloody NightWomen & Bloody Terror / Night of Bloody HorrorBlood from the Mummy’s Tomb / Night of the Blood MonsterThe Blood RoseBlood DemonBrides of Blood, Brain of Blood, The Vampire People, Curse of the Vampires, Guess What Happened to Count Dracula?, Andy Warhol’s Dracula, Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein, The Embalmer, The Deathmaster, The Thing with Two Heads, Creature with the Blue Hand, The Psychopath, Tales That Witness Madness, Kiss and Kill, De Sade, Computer Killers, The Mind Snatchers, Brainstorm / The Woman Who Wouldn’t Die, Let’s Scare Jessica to Death, Necromancy, Night of the Eagle, The Brotherhood of Satan, Beware My Brethren, Land of the Minotaur, The Lost Continent, Island of Terror / The Projected Man, The Shuttered Room, Torture Garden, Devil’s Nightmare, Devils of Darkness, The Devil Within Her, The Gorgon / The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb, Maniac / The Old Dark House, Zombie.

The BluRay:

There are ninety-five trailers which are included as part of Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-In Monsterama. The trailers come on a 50 GB dual layer (45.1 GB) BluRay. All trailers are presented in 1080 progressive and in their original aspect ratios. And all trailers have been transferred and digitally remastered in 4k from various 35mm prints.

Quality wise the audio /video presentations vary from source to source and with almost one hundreds different sources don’t expect anything looking and sounding uniform. With that being said, despite their short comings the end results in regards to audio / video presentation for this release should exceed the majority of viewers’ expectations.

Extras for this release include, trailers for Ninja Busters and Trailer Trauma, a list that contains all ninety-five trailers included with this collection, liner notes about this release written by Ian Zapczynski and an audio commentary with filmmaker Keith J. Crocker and George Reis.

Topics discussed in the audio commentary track, information about the cast and other production / release information for each film. Both participants offer up their own personal experiences in regards to these films.

Overall Trailer Trauma 2: Drive-In Monsterama is an exceptional release that is a must have purchase for movie trailer enthusiasts, highly recommended.

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