Blu-ray, DVD Release: The Song of Solomon

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Aug. 14, 2018
Price: DVD $21.95, Blu-ray $15.69
Studio: Unearthed Films/MVD

The horror film The Song of Solomon is an Satanic exorcism film, a real vicious, bloody and graphic one, written and directed by Stephen Biro.

Mary witnesses the brutal suicide of her Father and, yes, it’s sad. But you know what’s even sadder? That his death unleashes the savage forces of demonic possession in his daughter! Fast than you can say “apocalypse,” the End of Days are upon the world. Famine, drought, looting and chaos is ripping the world apart and the Catholic Church is trying to save an innocent soul from the ravages of Satanic possession. A bunch of holy men come to confront the possessed, but what is the Holy Church actually doing? The City on Seven Hills is working on the Second Coming of Christ but before He comes back – the Antichrist must rule for seven years.

Okay the hook behind The Song of Solomon is that filmmaker Biro includes actual exorcism rituals taken from De Exorcismis et Supplicationibus Quibusdam, an 84-page document of the Catholic Church containing the current versionof the Rite of Exorcism authorized for use in the Latin Church. Additionally, the film uses 100% practical effects from two of the leading FX companies in independent torror, Toetag and Oddtopsy.

The Blu-ray and DVD of the horror film includes the following bonuses.

  • Commentary with Stephen Biro & Jessica Cameron
  • Commentary with Stephen Biro, Marcus Koch & Jerami Cruise
  • Behind the Scenes/Making of
  • Outtakes
  • Photo Gallery
  • Video Interview with Actress Jessica Cameron
  • Video Interview with Writer/Director Stephen Biro
  • Video Interview with Special Effects Artist Marcus Koch
  • Video Interview with Director of Photography Chris Hilleke
  • Video Interview with Actor Gene Palubicki
  • Video Interview with Actor David McMahon
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Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.