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Level 33 Entertainment Brings the Scares Home for Halloween

Award-Winning Horror Themed Feature Films Available on DVD for New Low Price Just in Time for Halloween and Holiday Gift Giving

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/16/13 -- Level 33 Entertainment ("Level 33") announced today that new low pricing will go into effect on October 17, 2013 for several award-winning horror themed movies on DVD including AAAH! ZOMBIES!!, I DIDN'T COME HERE TO DIE, A CADAVER CHRISTMAS, MY STEPDAD'S A FREAKIN' VAMPIRE!, and VAMP U. The DVDs for these films, which collectively have been screened at dozens of international film festivals and horror festivals, will be made available for purchase at retailers and websites such as Amazon.com in time for Halloween and the holiday shopping season. The DVD for each film will be priced at under $6.00 SRP.

"Halloween is definitely one of our favorite times of year at Level 33 Entertainment," said Andreas Olavarria, President of Level 33 Entertainment. "We're excited to be able to bring a diverse range of horror content to audiences across North America all year round, but what better time is there to enjoy a scary movie than Halloween?"

Recent horror themed releases by Level 33 include the highly acclaimed British zombie film, HAROLD'S GOING STIFF and festival favorite THE MOLE MAN OF BELMONT AVENUE starring Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and Tim Kazurinsky ("Saturday Night Live").

In conjunction with the promotion of these horror themed movies, Level 33 will be a co-sponsor of the Inaugural Palm Springs Horror Film Festival known as Feartastic, from October 31st to November 3, 2013. Mr. Olavarria will be speaking on the panel titled "Getting a Film Made - Financing, Casting, Producing and Distribution" at 5:00pm PT on Friday, November 1st at the Camelot Theaters located at 2300 E. Baristo Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262. Level 33 will host a reception following the panel. Tickets can be purchased at www.feartastic.com.

About Level 33 Entertainment

Los Angeles based Level 33 Entertainment is an entertainment company dedicated to redefining the landscape for independent film distribution. Level 33 provides innovative sales, marketing and distribution services for feature films and entertainment content, delivering a flexible and transparent distribution solution for all platforms including Theatrical, Home Entertainment, Digital and Broadcast.

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