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Old 3rd May 2011, 10:33 AM
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Default Slaughter High The DVD Specs

For Marty, School Days were the worst days of his life...



When the alumni of an all-American high school make a trip to attend a class reunion, they reconnect with their pasts in ways more bloody and fatal than they could possibly imagine in the 80s slasher classic Slaughter High.

On arrival, they discover the school shuttered and in disrepair, as if the reunion were just a ruse to drag them back. Still, the old pupils decide to break in and celebrate anyway. A deadly error considering that Marty, the nerd whose teenage life they made a living hell, is lurking in the dank, dark corridors, waiting to bring fear, torment and slicing, dicing murder to each and every one of them.

A Stalk ‘n’ Slash video store classic from the golden era of bottom shelf horror starring scream queen Caroline Munro (Maniac, The Last Horror Film).

THIS EDITION CONTAINS
- Reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork
- Double-sided fold-out artwork poster
- Collector’s booklet featuring brand new writing on the film by author Troy Howarth, an interview with legendary composer Harry Manfredini by Calum Waddell and an interview with star Josephine Scandi by Justin Kerswell

SPECIAL FEATURES:
- Available on DVD for the first time in the UK!
- Introduction by co-writer/ co-director Mark Ezra
- Jesters and Jolts: Interview with co-writer/co-director Mark Ezra
- Lamb to the Slaughter: The Scream Queen Career of Caroline Munro
- Audio Commentary with star Caroline Munro, DVD World editor Allan Bryce and author and critic Calum Waddell
- Audio Commentary with co-writer/ co-director Mark Ezra moderated by Teenage Wasteland author J. A. Kerswell

Original art by Graham Humphreys – grahamhumphreys.com

DVD feature running time 87 mins
DVD Region 0 PAL
DVD RRP 15.99
Release date 11th July 2011
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Old 3rd May 2011, 02:05 PM
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Still no mention of its aspect ratio?
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Old 3rd May 2011, 03:21 PM
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Consider a copy sold!
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Still no mention of its aspect ratio?
I'll hopefully have that information for you today or tomorrow.
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I'll hopefully have that information for you today or tomorrow.
Great news, cheers.
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Huge props on getting Graham Humphreys to do a cover.
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Another nice cover.
Far more sinister than the usual artwork for this movie.
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Another nice cover.
Far more sinister than the usual artwork for this movie.
More horror DVDs/BDs should have artwork that is quite dark, creepy and sinister if it fits the film -- it really works on The Beyond
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Soooo looking forward to this.

If the new release uses the uncut french print or the (uncut?) german print, I guess it will be in widescreen!
Would be pretty cool if it ended up using the "April Fools Day" credits title.


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Still no mention of its aspect ratio?
Definitely 16:9.
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