The official artwork is here for the sea-faring indie monster flick Dead Sea, which will be hitting DVD on April 15, and we truly dig it! In fact, it's a fine example of artwork alone being enough to make us watch the flick. Remember those times? Ah, the 80s!
I’ll never forget reading about LaserDiscs in Fangoria magazine and frothing at the mouth as they described deluxe editions of my favorite films. Glorious widescreen presentations, commentary tracks, ‘making-of’ featurettes, special effects tests, theatrical trailers – all of it wrapped inside very cool packaging and priced to own for the smallest of the niche markets.
Sure, it's about a month after the initial release of Steven R. Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave, but that doesn't mean all of the revenge-laden fun has to stop there! We've nailed down an exclusive never-before-seen behind-the-scenes look at one of the Blu-ray's special features that didn't make it to the disc. Dig it!
We're almost here, kids! The release of both the original Day of the Woman / I Spit on Your Grave and Steven Monroe's remake will be hitting stores really soon, and we've got a couple of more clips from the home video packages for you to dig on! From the Press Release
In just a couple of months we'll have both Meir Zarchi's original I Spit on Your Grave and Steven R. Monroe's balls-to-the-wall remake on Blu-ray. To celebrate the releases, Anchor Bay has shot us over the official home video trailer. Dig it! From the Press Release
Come this February Anchor Bay is going to be doing a lot of spitting on Blu-ray as both the original Day of the Woman / I Spit on Your Grave and Steven Monroe's remake will be hitting stores on the same day with a whole lot of ass on their respective covers. From the Press Release