Tuesday, March 26, 2013

New Releases 3/26

Big day for Shout/Scream Factory releases:

From Beyond Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack


  • Audio Commentary with writer Denis Paoli
  • Multiple Dimensions – A look at the film’s extensive Make-Up & Creature Effects with Special Effects Creators John Buechler, Anthony Doublin, John Naulin, and Mark Shostrom (20 mins)
  • Paging Dr. McMichaels – An interview with Actress Barbara Crampton (15 mins)
  • A Tortured Soul – An interview with Actor Jeffrey Combs (15 mins)
  • An Empire Production – An interview with Executive Producer Charles Band (5 mins)

  • Audio Commentary with director Stuart Gordon and the cast
  • The Director's Perspective - interview with Stuart Gordon
  • The Editing Room: Lost And Found - Gordon Stuart and MGM restoration team interview
  • Interview with composer Richard Band
  • Storyboard to Film Comparisions with Introduction
  • Two photo galleries

  • Order from Shout directly and get a free 18x24 poster while supplies last. Or Amazon.

    Phantasm II Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack

    Bonus Features:

  • Audio Commentary with director/writer Don Coscarelli and actors Angus Scrimm and Reggie Banister
  • “The Ball is Back!” Documentary – featuring new interviews with writer/director Don Coscarelli, actors Reggie Banister, Angus Scrimm, Paula Irvine, Samantha Phillips and more!
  • Vintage Behind the Scenes footage: Makeup Effects
  • Vintage Behind the Scenes footage: On the Set
  • “The Gory Days with Greg Nicotero” Featurette
  • Deleted Scenes from archival film elements from Don Coscarelli’s archive
  • Additional Scenes – alternate takes and deleted gore footage from the workprint
  • Original TV Spots
  • Trailers for Phantasm , Phantasm II & Phantasm III
  • Still Galleries (Behind the Scenes, Make-up Effects, Poster and Still Gallery)
  • Rare short film starring Rory Guy (aka Angus Scrimm) as Abraham Lincoln

  • Again, if you order this one directly from Shout  you can get a free 18x24 poster while supplies last. Or from Amazon, minus the poster.

    Futureworld Blu-ray

    Do you remember that disaster at Delos a few years ago when the “Westworld” robots went out of control and killed a few guests? Well, the entire resort has now been rebuilt and redesigned to be completely fail-safe.

    To combat the lingering adverse publicity, Duffy, the Delos representative, has offered the IMC Communication Network exclusive rights to the “new” Delos story. Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner), the network’s top commentator, has been assigned the story with Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda), the newspaper reporter who broke the original “Westworld” disaster story.

    But as Tracy and Chuck’s private tour starts, they get the feeling the entire resort might not be as safe as Delos thinks…

    Shout it out! Or Amazon it out.

    Mystery Science Theater 3000 Volume XXVI

    For this 26th volume of MST3K, an introduction could well be pared down to “one cult TV series with two guys, two robots, four movies and 10,000 jokes.” This new collection of previously unreleased episodes picks up where the last 25 left off — seating you next to the funniest peanut gallery in television history. It’s a deep dive into the human instinct for survival, where our warped warriors aboard the Satellite of Love find the funny in the tragic…or at least the cheesy. In fact, it’s not too hyperbolic to insist that what Joel, Mike, Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot do, as they defend us against the slings and arrows of outrageously unfortunate movies, is nothing less than keep us sane. If you don’t agree, you’re obviously crazy.

    See what we did there?
    Titles Include:
    The Magic Sword
     Alien From L.A.
     Danger!! Death Ray
     The Mole People

    Bonus features:

  • New Interview with The Magic Sword director Bert I. Gordon
  • New Interview With Alien From L.A. director Albert Pyun
  • Untitled The Mole People Doc
  • Life After MST3K: Mike Nelson
  • 4 Exclusive Mini-Posters By Artist Steve Vance

  • Order from Shout. Or grab it at Amazon.

    And even more Robot goodness, Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot: The Complete Series.

    “Robot, attack! Robot, destroy!” These commands launched a thousand sci-fi fantasies for budding fans of the genre, just as they brought Johnny Sokko’s Giant Robot into imminent battle action! Under the voice control of young Johnny Sokko, the massive, flying metal behemoth would bring his fiery breath, laser eyes, finger-launched missiles and, above all, his physical strength into battle with countless menacing monsters bent on destroying the Earth!

    This epic fantasy series from Toei Studios aired from 1967 – 1968 and garnered even more fans in after-school reruns throughout the 70s. Collected here for the first time on DVD are all 26 episodes of explosive kaiju battles, nefarious alien takeover plots and mind-blowing heroics from jet-packed Johnny Sokko and his equally airborne friend and protector: Giant Robot!

    Get it from Shout, or Amazon.


    jervaise brooke hamster said...

    I want to bugger Barbara Crampton (as the bird was in 1976 when the bird was 18, not as the bird is now obviously).

    Edgar Allen Poe said...

    Once upon a midnight dreary, while i pondered weak and weary, as i nodded nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, as of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door. `Tis the 17 year-old version of Pauline Hickey from 1985 i muttered, so i let her in and buggered her senseless.

    Cheap Wicked Tickets said...

    Although future world was released before I born but its story forced me to download it and watch. I enjoyed it and get amazed by the science fiction shown in the movie.


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