I Sell the Dead DVD / Blu-ray: Artwork and Specs Revealed!

Finally we have gotten our claws into the artwork and details for the Slamdance award-winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead (review here).

"In 19th Century England a young graverobber (Dominic Monaghan) finds himself condemned to death for his crimes, with only a priest (Ron Perlman) for company for his last night before the gallows. A hilarious tale is told of a life spent digging up and selling supernatural corpses, including vampires and zombies, and the many shenanigans involved!"

The film will be hitting home video in the States on March 30, 2010. Bonus features will be as follows:

Special Features

  • Commentary with stars Dominic Monaghan and Larry Fessenden
  • Commentary with director Glenn McQuaid
  • The Making of I Sell the Dead featurette
  • The Visual Effects of I Sell the Dead featurette
  • Trailer
  • Check out the artwork below.

    I Sell the Dead DVD / Blu-ray: Artwork and Specs Revealed!

    - Uncle Creepy

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    James Coker's picture

    you know guys Blockbuster already has this film, you can go rent it right now

    Submitted by James Coker on Sat, 02/06/2010 - 12:51am.
    moderator Can't wait to watch this
    Debi Moore's picture

    Can't wait to watch this with the commentaries! Definitely one of my faves of the last couple of years.

    Submitted by Debi Moore on Fri, 02/05/2010 - 4:36pm.

    This is so generic. This is exactly the type of movie that could have benefited from a retro hand drawn poster ala the old Val Lewton RKO pictures like The Body Snatcher or I Walked With a Zombie.

    Submitted by AngryChairr on Fri, 02/05/2010 - 4:31pm.
    tedge1979's picture

    It would have been nice if they'd gone with a different cover than the one they've been using on the bare-bones edition currently available at Blockbuster, but any way they can get this flick out there is a good one. One of my absolute favorites of '09.

    Submitted by tedge1979 on Fri, 02/05/2010 - 3:59pm.

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