‘Death Warmed Up’ Hits Blu-ray for the First Time Ever This April

Chris Savage

David Blyth’s notorious New Zealand splatter-flick, Death Warmed Up, is a favorite around these parts and one film we’ve been dying to see make the leap to Blu-ray. And well, now we can reveal that the film will indeed be making its Blu-ray debut this April 3rd via Umbrella Entertainment and it’s filled with glorious extras. Check out the artwork and details below.


Locked away in a psychiatic hospital for the murder of his parents, no one believed Michael Tucker when he told them he was programmed by a genetic surgeon. Released into the world, he wants revenge.

Dr Archer Howell has been experimenting on humans at Trans Cranial Applications, drilling the skulls of his patients and injecting drugs into their brain to create psychotic killing-machines. Isolated on an island and left to his own devices, Dr Howell is about to have a deadly visitor…

Shot in Auckland and Waiheke Island, New Zealand at the end of 1983, DEATH WARMED UP was reviled by conservatives but adored by fans around the world, becoming a cult hit in the home video era. Directed by David Blyth (ANGEL MINE) and written by Michael Heath (NEXT OF KIN), DEATH WARMED is a relentless assault of bold and startling images, unimaginable horror and driving soundtrack.

Special Features:

  • Audio commentary with Director David Blyth and Writer Michael Heath
  • I’LL GET YOU ALL: Interview with actor David Letch
  • Deleted/Missing scenes with optional audio commentary
  • Original New Zealand 4:3 VHS cut
  • Interview featurette with David Blyth and Michael Heath
  • Theatrical trailer
  • VHS Trailers
  • TV Spot
  • Image gallery

You can pre-order your copy HERE.

Death Warmed Up Blu


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