Mortuary Finally Finds a Home on DVD

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Back in the Eighties some cool cover art was all we needed to get us to rent a VHS tape and run home excited. True, more often than not the artwork was not at all reflective of the content, but we still didn’t regret it. In fact, I remember renting Mortuary dozens of times for the box art alone.

From the Press Release
On May 15th Scorpion Releasing, in conjunction with Camelot Entertainment, presents MORTUARY! Bill Paxton, Christopher George, and Lynda Day George star in this chilling tale of horror-filled nightmares that comes startlingly close to reality! Christie Parson (Mary McDonough) has been having terrifying nightmares ever since her father drowned in the family swimming pool. She knows his death was not an accident, but no one believes her. That is, until her boyfriend, Greg (David Wallace), sees a hooded figure, identical to the one that Christie has described as being in her nightmares, in the town’s mortuary. But is it real, or is it all in Christie’s mind?

Special Features:

  • Play with or without the “Nightmare Theater” experience
  • Brand new 16×9 (1.78:1) HD master from the original InterNegative
  • On-camera interview with composer John Cacavas
  • Original trailer
  • Reversible sleeve with and without the banner

    Mortuary Finally Finds a Home on DVD

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  • Steve Barton

    You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

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    • Vanvance1

      I actually remember enjoying this flick.

    • kiddcapone

      I had this poster on my wall as a kid. The local video store used to put off to the side all the horror posters for me to pick up every month. I wish I kept them. Back then I never thought about shit being worth money. Bummer.

      The movie itself, not half as great as the poster art. But I’d like to see it again…