One of the most underrated and terrifying cult horror films of the 1980s, Alone in the Dark makes its Blu-ray™ debut September 14, 2021 from Scream Factory™. This Collector’s Edition release boasts a new 2K scan of the interpositive and includes a number of new bonus features, including a new interview with director and co-writer Jack Sholder, a new audio commentary with genre film critic Justin Kerswell and film historian Amanda Reyes, and the new featurettes Mother Choppers: The Sic F*cks Remember Alone in the Dark and Sites in the Dark: The Locations of Alone in the Dark. Fans of the film can pre-order their copies now at ShoutFactory.com
At a secluded mental institution, electricity fuels the asylum’s hi-tech security system that keeps the nearby neighborhoods safe from menaces like Frank Hawkes (Jack Palance, Batman) and “Preacher” (Martin Landau, Ed Wood). Dr. Bain (Halloween’s Donald Pleasence) maintains strict order while a new doctor, Dan Potter (The A-Team’s Dwight Schultz), arrives in town with his family. But the inmates don’t take kindly to Potter’s presence and believe he has killed off their former therapist. Suddenly, a power outage leaves the town in chaos … and now the maniacs are free to roam the streets and hunt down the man they believe has invaded their lives. With the area quickly descending into riots and chaos, the innocent few must fight for their lives when they’re left terrified, cornered and Alone in the Dark! This white-knuckle shocker from director Jack Sholder (The Hidden) features shocking makeup effects from Tom Savini (Dawn Of The Dead, Friday The 13th), delivering one seat-jumping scare after another, along with a thick slab of pitch-black humor!
‘Alone in the Dark’ Bonus Features:
- NEW 2K scan of the interpositive
- NEW Out of the Dark – an interview with director and co-writer Jack Sholder
- NEW Mother Choppers: The Sic F*cks Remember Alone in the Dark
- NEW Sites in the Dark: The Locations of Alone in the Dark
- NEW Audio Commentary with genre film critic Justin Kerswell and film historian Amanda Reyes
- Audio Commentary with director Jack Sholder
- Bunky Lives! – an interview with actress Carol Levy
- Still F*cking Sick – Catching up with the The Sic F*cks
- Theatrical Trailer
- TV Spot
- Radio Spots
- Still Gallery
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