DVD Details: Evil Toons 20th Anniversary Edition

Any fans of Evil Toons lurking about? C’mon, it’s okay. We know you’re out there. If you are one of the loony faithful, get ready to give us a huge psychotic smile because the flick is about to hit DVD in style!

From the Press Release:
Who Framed Roger Rabbit meets The Evil Dead in the 1990 cult classic Evil Toons: 20th Anniversary Edition, starring the late David Carradine, animating DVD May 4 from Infinity Entertainment Group.

To receive a large amount of money, four hot teenage girls must spend the night in an old haunted house. Soon after arriving, a strange man comes by to deliver an old book full of magic incantations. Reading the contents aloud, the group accidentally brings to life a cartoon character (a wolf-like monster) that desires the blood of young ladies! In their struggle to survive, the girls do whatever it takes to return the creature back to the book.

Co-starring with Carradine (Kung Fu, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and 2) are Dick Miller (Gremlins, Tales From the Crypt: Demon Night, The Flash), Arte Johnson (Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In), Monique Gabrielle (Chained Heat, Bachelor Party), and Michelle Bauer (Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers, Voodoo Dollz).

Special Features

  • Director’s commentary track
  • Original trailer
  • Original work-print
  • Making-of video documentary
  • Original Nite Owl Theater segment
  • Evil Toons Suite by Chuck Cirino
  • Check out the artwork and pre-order your copy below!

    DVD Details: Evil Toons 20th Anniversary Edition

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    • DavidFullam

      And The Keep still does not get a DVD release. Fuck.

      • Vanvance1

        I really want that one on blu ray.

        Mind you, I haven’t seen it in so many years that I might end up agreeing with Wilson’s opinion after I do again.