Region 2 DVD Artwork for Dreams in the Witch House & Cigarette Burns


Sometimes, don't you just wish that you could just get everything together at the same time?  For the U.S. (Region 1) DVD release of the Masters of Horror DVDs we've slowly been getting updates on the DVD specs, but no artwork... and now with the UK (Region 2) DVD release, we get a look at the DVD artwork, but no specs.

DVDActive has just scored the DVD artwork for Stuart Gordon's installment to the Masters of Horror series, titled DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE, as well as John Carpenter's CIGARETTE BURNS.  Both of these DVDs are scheduled to be released in the UK on March 13, 2006 for around £19.99.  Personally, I like the overall look of the DVD artwork, it has a classic storybook feel to it.  For a larger view of the image, just like on the pic.

In this tale based on the short story by horror master H.P. Lovecraft, Stuart Gordon will once again confirm his place as the premiere director of Lovecraft's tales of terror. Walter Gilman (Ezra Godden), a college student studying interdimensional string theory, rents a garret in a run-down building in the old New England town of Arkham.

Haunted by terrifying nightmares that involve a witch, a supernatural rodent and perhaps Satan himself, Walter starts to lose his grip on reality. He begins to believe his string theory studies have uncovered a portal into a parallel universe rife with diabolical forces gathering to sacrifice his neighbor's infant. As Walter struggles to prevent this atrocity, it becomes less clear if he will save the child or become its unwitting murderer himself.

JimmySweetman knows how to find rare film prints. However, nothing could prepare him for the daunting task of the search for LE FIN DU MONDE, a film that was allegedly shown only once, and was rumored to have driven its audience into a violent frenzy before the theater mysteriously erupted in flames.

Working for a shadowy benefactor, Jimmy journeys into the bizarre and supernatural, and his investigation becomes nightmarish and deadly. Increasingly obsessed, he gradually discovers that Le Fin Du Monde's infamy is well deserved.

This supernatural CHINATOWN is a chilling look at the power of cinema and the lengths to which we will go to satiate our private demons...

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