Scream Factory Gets Ravenous on Blu-ray

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Scream Factory Gets Ravenous on Blu-rayGuys. Guys! It’s finally happened! Scream Factory just announced on their Facebook page that Ravenous, the cult Guy Pearce-starring cannibal thriller set during the Mexican-American War and one of my favorite films of all time, is hitting Blu-ray in June!

According to the Facebook post, it will include a slew of all-new extra materials. Beyond that, the only information available right now is the art for the Blu-ray, which will use the original – and inferior – poster key art.

Sadly, director Antonia Bird passed away last October. For those who didn’t know, she was actually the second director on the film, replacing director Milcho Manchevski at the behest of star Robert Carlyle. The film received mixed reviews upon its release, but has since gone on to become a cult favorite among those who like their horror gritty and philosophical.



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Brad McHargue

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    Absoblutely love Ravenous saw in theater and have watched countless times since a great genre mashup that delivers , Scream Factory keeps knocking out the classics!!!

  • will graham

    Looking on google image search and I could only see one site that confirms it as poster art.

    Still the mouth poster is ment to be on the flip side of the release.

    But I can see this artwork being change due to complaints.

  • frank_dracman

    Fist bump! Fuck yeah! Not only one of the best films of the 90’s but that soundtrack was tight, yo.

    But that cover. Dear God, this was the original?

    • Gus Bjork

      I’m assuming Scream Factory knows more about these things than I do but I sure don’t ever recall seeing that horrible poster before. And I love Ravenous.

      And boy have I been impressed with Scream Factory.

    • Chernobyl Kinsman

      Yeah, that cover is just terrible, don’t remember seeing it either and I saw this in the cinema when it came out.

  • Sirand

    One of the best films of the 90’s!

    Thank you, Scream Factory!!!