David Croneberg’s Rabid and Dead Ringers from Scream Factory

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Scream Factory has released information on the Blu Ray release of David Croneberg’s Rabid and Dead Ringers.  Which one will you get, or both?

From Scream Factory’s Facebook page:

We’re extremely proud to announce the final list of extras and specs for our first two David Cronenberg films on Blu-ray! Both will release next month.

DEAD RINGERS (Collector’s Edition)
Disc 1
– High-Definition Transfer Of The Film (1.78:1 Aspect Ratio)
– NEW Audio Commentary With Writer William Beard, Author Of The Artist As Monster: The Cinema Of David Cronenberg
Audio Commentary With Actor Jeremy Irons

Disc 2
– NEW 2K Scan At The Director’s Preferred Aspect Ratio (1.66:1)
– NEW Carey’s Story – An Interview With Heidi Von Palleske
– NEW Working Artist – An Interview With Stephen Lack
– NEW Connecting Tissues – An Interview With Special Effects Artist Gordon Smith
– NEW Double Vision – An Interview With Director Of Photography Peter Suschitzky
– Vintage interviews With Jeremy Irons, Director/Co-writer David Cronenberg, Producer Marc Boyman And Co-writer Norman Snider
– Vintage Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
– Original Theatrical Trailer

Pre-order now @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/…/dead-ringers-collector-s-edi… Includes early shipping and a limited-edition 18″ x 24″ poster of the newly-illustrated artwork (only while supplies last)

RABID (Collector’s Edition)
– NEW 2K Scan From The Negative At Director David Cronenberg’s Preferred Aspect Ratio (1.66:1)
– – NEW Audio Interview With Author Jill C. Nelson (Golden Goddesses: 25 Legendary Women Of Classic Erotic Cinema, 1968-1985) And Marilyn Chambers’ Personal Appearances Manager Ken Leicht
– NEW Young And Rabid – An Interview With Actress Susan Roman
– Audio Commentary With Writer/Director David Cronenberg
– Audio Commentary With William Beard, Author Of The Artist As Monster: The Cinema Of David Cronenberg
– Archival Interview With David Cronenberg
– Interview With Executive Producer Ivan Reitman
– Interview With Co-producer Don Carmody
– From Stereo To Video – A Video Essay By Caelum Vatnsdal, Author Of They Came From Within: A History Of Canadian Horror Cinema
– Original Theatrical Trailer And TV Spot
– Radio Spots (U.S. And U.K.)
– Still Gallery

Pre-order now @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/…/fi…/rabid-collector-s-edition Includes early shipping and a limited-edition 18″ x 24″ poster of the newly-illustrated artwork (only while supplies last)

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There is so much more about me. I hate this phrase, but I am an aspiring comic book writer. Problems with finding artists and getting published have held me back. Writing comics has been a dream for, well as long as I can remember. Now I am writing with a great team, Apogee Comics and hopefully we will make some noise in the same way Image comics did in the 1990s. One day, Rage of Rayzor and the Horror Syndicate will lead me to my dream. Support me, by sharing this site, liking and sharing posts, even following me on twitter would help @Rayzor_33. But you want to know about the horror…right? I have been watching horror films since I was 6 years old. The story, one Saturday night, my mom and I were watching movies and she fell asleep on the couch. We had the channel set on HBO and the movie we were watching ended and the next one, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge. This was some time in 1986. I watched then entire film, I was sitting on the edge of my seat. When my mom woke, she asked me what just ended and I told her, “Freddy”. That was all I talked about for weeks and finally she broke down and rented more horror films for me. She rented, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre part 2, Re-Animator, Friday the 13th VI: Jason Lives and Halloween II. I watched all and fell in love with horror films forever. When my little brother was 2, I was 10, so were talking 1990. He was introduced to Halloween and I made him believe Haddonfield, IL was a real place. We lived in Illinois at the time and this terrified him. After the intial shock, he grew older and more interested in horror films. When he was 8, we went to the local video store and made our way to the horror section. We started with Alien and worked our way through the alphabet of horror. That day we basically started our course in horror. 5 Horror Films to Watch Inferno (1980) A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) The Beyond (1981) Friday the 13th VI: Jason Lives (1986) Horror of Dracula (1958)