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Twilight Time announces a quartet of terror to be released in time for Halloween! Genre fans will be treated to a new wave of limited edition Blu-ray releases on October 14. Titles are available for preorder starting September 24th.



THE BLOB (1988)


Director Chuck Russell (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors) and screenwriter Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption) bring us an updated version of the Steve McQueen horror classic: The Blob (1988), about an amorphous pile of goo laying siege to a small town, with only a tough cheerleader (Shawnee Smith) and an outcast biker boy (Kevin Dillon) standing between alien slime and total annihilation. The distributor is planning a run of only 5,000 copies of this release.


Special features:


  • Isolated Score Track
  • Audio Commentary with Director Chuck Russell and Shock Till You Drop's Ryan Turek
  • Friday Night Frights at the Cinefamily (Q&A with Russell at a 2014 screening of The Blob)
  • Original Theatrical Trailer




Director George Sluizer’s The Vanishing (1993)—the American remake of his own widely hailed Dutch film, Spoorloos (1988)—is an intensely creepy thriller about the mysterious disappearance of a young woman (Sandra Bullock) from an all-too-ordinary roadside service area. Over the next few years, her increasingly desperate boyfriend (Kiefer Sutherland) searches for her obsessively, unaware that her sociopath abductor (Jeff Bridges, giving a weird, brilliantly insinuating performance) is watching him—and waiting to make contact. The distributor is planning a run of only 3,000 copies of this release.


Special features:


  • Isolated Score Track





Audrey Rose (1977), the incomparable Robert Wise’s eerie adaptation of Frank De Felitta’s novel, gives us an affluent New York couple (Marsha Mason and John Beck) at a loss to explain the transformation of their heretofore happy little girl (Susan Swift) into a nightmare-ridden visionary, haunted by intimations of violent death. Until, that is, a stranger (Anthony Hopkins) appears, insisting that little Ivy is, in fact, the reincarnated—and tortured—soul of his own daughter, Audrey Rose, who died in a tragic accident just as Ivy was being born. The distributor is planning a run of only 3,000 copies of this release.


Special features:


  • Isolated Score Track





Director John Schlesinger (Marathon Man) ventures elegantly into supernatural territory with The Believers (1987), the tale of Cal Jamison (Martin Sheen), a recently widowed police psychologist forced to deal with a series of ritualistic child murders apparently perpetrated by a malevolent rogue branch of a Caribbean cult religion. As the cult’s connections to corporate oligarchs begin to emerge, the lives of Cal and those around him—particularly his vulnerable young son (Harley Cross)—are put at terrible risk. Also starring Helen Shaver, Robert Loggia, and Jimmy Smits, and atmospherically shot by the great Robby Müller, cinematographer/partner of Wim Wenders, Lars von Trier, and Jim Jarmusch. The distributor is planning a run of only 3,000 copies of this release.


Special features to be announced.










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Author: ZigZag
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ZigZag's favorite genres include horror (foreign and domestic), Asian cinema and pornography (foreign and domestic). His ability to seek out and enjoy shot on video (SOV) horror movies is unmatched. His love of films with a budget under $100,000 is unapologetic.
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