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Old 11-13-2012, 03:14 AM   #1
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Default TerrorVision / The Video Dead BD Double Feature - Feb. 19th 2013 Pre-Order



Pre-Order - TerrorVision / The Video Dead Blu-Ray Double Feature

TERRORVISION:
* Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Ted Nicolaou and Stars Diane Franklin and Jon Gries
* Monsters on Demand: The Making of “TERRORVISION” - An all-new retrospective with Writer/Director Ted Nicolaou, Stars Gerrit Graham, Mary Woronov, Diane Franklin, Jon Gries, Chad Allen, Ian Patrick Williams, Special Make-up Effects Creator John Carl Buechler, Special Effects Artist Cleve Hall, Executive Producer Charles Band, and Composer Richard Band
* Theatrical Trailer, Poster & Still Gallery

THE VIDEO DEAD:
* Commentary with Writer/Producer/Director Robert Scott, Editor Bob Sarles, and Special Make-up Effects Creator Dale Hall, Jr.
* Commentary with stars Roxanna Augesen and Rocky Duvall, Production Manager Jacques Thelemaque, and Make-up Assistant Patrick Denver
* Pre-recorDEAD - All new interviews with Make-up effects creator Dale Hall, Jr. and Make-up Assistant Patrick Denver
* Theatrical Trailer, Poster and Still Gallery, Behind-the-Scenes Still Gallery

TerrorVision (1986) - IMDB Link


The Video Dead (1987) - IMDB Link


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Old 11-13-2012, 03:18 AM   #2
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the fact that this is a double feature makes it all the more awesome. Both movies are 80's cheesy horror goodness (especially Video Dead).

Now, where's Scarecrows and The Burning double feature Scream Factory? (both in the unrated versions please)

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Old 11-13-2012, 03:19 AM   #3
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so far shouts been getting all my money recently and this one wont be an exception preordered
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:33 AM   #4
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Day 1 for me I have got all scream factory Blurays so far. Love the cover art very cool.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:50 AM   #5
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Will these be on separate discs?
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:05 AM   #6
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Will these be on separate discs?
Doesn't appear to be.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:07 AM   #7
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Awesome, saw a review on Cinemassare.com of Terror Vision, and it looks really, really cool.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:20 AM   #8
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TerrorVision is truly inspired lunacy, I'm hoping for a strong transfer that will bring out the crazy colors.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:25 AM   #9
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Looking forward to this release for sure.
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:29 AM   #10
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Will these be on separate discs?
Can't imagine that these will have many extras, so there will probably be enough room to have them on one disc.

But a great move by SF, for niche fans. Both of these movies skipped DVD, you'd have to go back to VHS to get them, so I think there will be a decent amount of fans waiting for these.

Terrorvision has always caught my eye and recently I've also watched Cinemassacre's AVGN review for it, awesome stuff.
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I'm liking the original artwork on these
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I'm looking forward to TerrorVision, but if I remember correctly, Video Dead was a cheap looking shot on video mess. I rented Video Dead back in the 80s and couldn't bring myself to finish it. Maybe I'll have to rewatch it again.
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I'm looking forward to TerrorVision, but if I remember correctly, Video Dead was a cheap looking shot on video mess. I rented Video Dead back in the 80s and couldn't bring myself to finish it. Maybe I'll have to rewatch it again.
It was shot on 16mm Film.
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I'm loving the idea of putting the lesser-known titles that would have very few special features together into a double feature. It makes it lot easier to spend $20 on a blind buy
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This very well may be the first double feature disc with two unrelated movies, where I actually want both of them. Glad to see they're finally being released on disc, it's been a long wait.
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i'm fan of 80's cheese but not this much. nice double for the fans that are.
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Can finally throw away my junk bootleg copies of these. This is a definite day 1 purchase for me.
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I'm looking forward to TerrorVision, but if I remember correctly, Video Dead was a cheap looking shot on video mess. I rented Video Dead back in the 80s and couldn't bring myself to finish it. Maybe I'll have to rewatch it again.

Are you confusing VIDEO DEAD with VIDEO VIOLENCE? The latter was a shot on video DTV flick from '88 or '89. I also thought that was the movie Shout was releasing until I happily discovered otherwise. Video Dead looks like a decent time-waster - I'm definitely down for a copy. But I won't touch do-it-yourself camcorder epics with a ten foot pole - I'd rather watch old family home videos.
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Are you confusing VIDEO DEAD with VIDEO VIOLENCE? The latter was a shot on video DTV flick from '88 or '89. I also thought that was the movie Shout was releasing until I happily discovered otherwise. Video Dead looks like a decent time-waster - I'm definitely down for a copy. But I won't touch do-it-yourself camcorder epics with a ten foot pole - I'd rather watch old family home videos.
i was always under the impression that Video Dead was shot on video as well until this BD was announced. The old UK VHS certainly looked that way. Bad conversions i guess.

The Basement DVD set which includes both video violence movies is a great coelction of 8mm/shot on video movies. I've seen a few fun films, its ashame to write them off just becuase they were shot on tape. Watched German gorefest The Burning Moon recently, and that was a fun shot on video movie too
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