Horror DVD / Blu-ray Art Blow-Out – Phantasm II, Werewolf in London, and More!

We hope you’re ready for the crypt-load of digital goodness that’s coming your way this fall on DVD and Blu-ray. From re-releases you won’t care about to some long awaited classics — we’ve got all the artwork you could ever hope to see, hot and sticky!

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  • Phantasm II
  • In stores September 15th. Retail will be around $19.98. The film itself will be presented in anamorphic widescreen, along with an English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono track. The only extra will be the theatrical trailer.

  • An American Werewolf in London
  • In stores September 15th. Features on the “Full Moon Edition” will include commentary wtih Cast Members David Naughton and Griffin Dunne, a feature length “Beware The Moon” documentary, featurettes (“I Walked With A Werewolf”, “Making An American Werewolf in London”, “Makeup Artist Rick Baker on An American Werewolf in London”, “Casting of the Hand”), an Interview with John Landis, outtakes, storyboards, and a Photograph Montage. DVD ($19.98) and Blu-ray ($26.98)

  • The John Carpenter Collection
  • In stores September 15th. Four films. No features. $19.98

  • The Blade Collection
  • In stores September 29th The 2-disc set will include Blade, Blade II, Blade: Trinity, and Blade: House of Chthon. Most audio commentaries and featurettes from the original DVD releases will be included.

  • Army of Darkness
  • In stores September 15th. The new “Screwhead Edition” will include a Creating the Deadites featurette, an alternate ending, and the theatrical trailer. The Blu-ray release will include all that, plus additional U-Control (“Production Photos”) and BD Live (“Basic Download Center”) features. DVD ($19.98) and Blu-ray ($29.98)

  • Van Helsing
  • In stores September 15th, and should retail at around $26.98. The film itself will be presented in widescreen, along with a English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack. Extras will include a commentary with Director Stephen Sommers and Editor/Producer Bob Ducsay, a second commentary with Richard Roxburgh, Shuler Henley and Will Kemp, featurettes (“Van Helsing: The Story, The Life, The Legend”, “Bringing the Monsters to Life”, “The Music of Van Helsing”, “Dracula’s Liar is Transformed”, “The Masquerade Ball Scene “Unmasked”, “The Art of Van Helsing”), bloopers, BD-Live features, and more. $26.98.

    Phantasm II

    An American Werewolf in London

    The John Carpenter Collection

    The Blade Collection

    Army of Darkness

    Van Helsing

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    • Floydian Trip

      What’s with the weak JC collection. I want a Blu box set with all his films although I’m sure that would be impossible.

    • brain

      High Definition? Hell, how about putting out an edition of Phantasm with a little more than a trailer. I mean after all these years of waiting for it just to hit standard definition and this is what we get.

      • Uncle Creepy

        Or at the very least the unrated version.

    • Daniel

      I wish that the Carpenter collection was being released on Blu-Ray, but I guess I’m happy with an Army of Darkness Blu-Ray.

    • Masked Slasher

      I really hate that Phantasm II isn’t on BD. C’mon Universal – get some of your catalogue titles out in high definition.