Raging onto DVD

The Rage (click to see it bigger!)Director Robert Kurtzman let us know today that his project The Rage (review) is ready to beat its way onto DVD come February 26, 2008. The disc will be a special edition with over an hour of bonus features including a making-of documentary and two music videos.

The Rage stars Andrew Divoff as a capitalist hating scientist whose mad plan to wreak revenge on the corrupt medical system leads him to unleash a 28 Days Later style rage virus on the unsuspecting United States! What follows is a well crafted B-movie romp that we horror fans desperately need in this day and age!

The DVD hasn’t shown up yet to pre-order, but until it does there’s plenty you can do over at The Rage‘s official site. The trailer, pics, comics and more are all waiting for ya!


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  • Johnny Butane

    Yes, they’re fingers.

  • UnLucky McKee

    aren’t those the fingers holding the syringe?

  • Blockbuster

    Is it just me, or do those little round egg looking things look strategically placed around that syringe?