Plan 9 From Outer Space Hitting Blu-ray

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Widely regarded as the worst film ever made, the Ed Wood classic Plan 9 from Outer Space is on its way to Blu-ray so you can see all those cardboard sets come to life in glorious 1080p!

Look for the flick starring Bela Lugosi, Gregory Walcott, Tom Keene, Mona McKinnon, Duke Moore, and Carl Anthony in stores on March 6, 2012 from Legend Films. No word yet on special features if any at all.

“This is it! The most popular Atomic Age cult film of the twentieth century. Winner of two Golden Turkey Awards for Worst Picture and Worst Director of All Time, the immortal Edward D. Wood, Jr.! It’s all here, the not-so-special effects, aliens in skating skirts zooming around in string-powered flying saucers to implement the ninth plan of Earth’s conquest (the first eight failed) with an army of zombies (well, three actually), Vampira, Tor Johnson and Bela Lugosi in his legendary “postmortem” performance (with Ed’s chiropractor standing in for Bela after his death). This truly original movie, Ed Wood’s “Citizen Kane,” is a hymn to all those who have ever tried to create something intelligent and meaningful, only to fail miserably every step of the way.”

Plan 9 From Outer Space Hitting Blu-ray

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          • But IMDB said it’s about a haunted asylum. I love ghost films and I love films set in asylums. It’s like when they put Pinhead, Jason or even a Leprechaun in space… it’s so damn hard to resist!

          • You kids never learn! LOL Trust us – NOTHING happens in this film.

          • No way dude. I could NOT have been more vocal in my pleas for everyone to stay far fucking away from it. But Nooooooooo. Nobody listened!

          • That’s because we’re all horror fans. We can’t help but track down something like this to see for ourselves if it’s as bad as people say it is. Somewhere out there, Ron Bonk is laughing at our misery.

      • Yeah, who needs Raiders of the Lost Ark on Blu-Ray when you can witness all the cardboard sets, bad acting, and flubbed lines from Plan 9 from Outer Space in life-like HD. It’s a no brainer…

        I’m sure Manos: The Hands of Fate or Slashers will probably be next.

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