More Horror on DVD!

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Davis DVD has reported that several horror classics will be making there way onto DVD.  Here's the latest horror films to get life on DVD.

Warner Home Video has announced a number of titles marked for DVD release from their horror catalog.  Dracula A.D. 1972, Demon Seed, Night of the Lepus, Private Parts, and A Stranger is Watching is due to be released on October 4, 2005.  All of the above titles will include new anamorphic transfer, but no extras, except for the trailers.

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Also due on October 4, 2005 is "The Val Lewton Horror Collection" - a 5 disc set featuring nine films from the legendary low budget horror producer. Films in the set include Cat People, The Curse of the Cat People, I Walked With a Zombie, Body Snatcher, Isle of the Dead, Bedlam, The Leopard Man, Ghost Ship and The Seventh Victim.

Extras include audio commentaries (Greg Mank with Simone Simon on Cat People and Curse of the Cat People, Kim Newman and Steve Jones on I Walked With a Zombie, Steve Haberman with Robert Wise on The Body Snatcher, Tom Weaver on Bedlam and Steve Haberman on The Seventh Victim), the exclusive documentary "Shadows In The Dark: The Val Lewton Legacy" and trailers.

And three double-feature discs, The Cat People/Curse of the Cat People, I Walked With a Zombie/Body Snatcher and Isle of the Dead/Bedlam, will be available be made available as seperate sets.

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Image Entertainment will be releasing several of their horror titles as Special Edition DVDs.  Here is a list of what will be available: 

Alone in the Dark (September 13, 2005) - This disc arrives with a new 1.85 anamorphic transfer, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS tracks, an audio commentary with director Jack Sholder (The Hidden), new video interviews with actress Carol Levy and underground punk band The Sic F*cks, the trailer, extensive still gallery with rare artwork and lobby cards and liner notes.

Blood For Dracula (September 20, 2005) - This disc will come with 1.85 and 2.35 anamorphic transfers, Dolby Digital Mono tracks, audio commentaries director Paul Morrissey and Udo Kier, new audio recollections from Morrissey and still galleries.

Flesh For Frankenstein (September 20, 2005) - This disc will come with 1.85 and 2.35 anamorphic transfers, Dolby Digital Mono tracks, audio commentaries director Paul Morrissey and Udo Kier, new audio recollections from Morrissey and still galleries.  This DVD will also include a rare screen test.

Xtro (September 20, 2005) - The domestic premiere of this film will come with a 1.85 anamorphic transfer, Dolby Digital Mono, an alternate ending, a featurette and a still gallery.

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