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Arrow Brings ‘The Exterminator’ To Blu Ray

More great news from the Arrow Video camp as they’ll be releasing James Glickenhaus’s classic vigilante flick ‘The Exterminator’ to Blu Ray on the 7th of November.

Of curse,expect some tasty special features….

– 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 critic David Hayles

BLU-RAY CONTAINS:
– Introduction to the film by director James Glickenhaus
– Fire and Slice: Making The Exterminator – An interview with James Glickenhaus
– 42nd Street Then and Now: A tour of New York’s former sleaze circuit from director Frank Henenlotter
– Audio commentary with Mark Buntzman, producer of The Exterminator and writer/director of The Exterminator II, moderated by Calum Waddell.

Original Art by The Dude Designs

In original 1.78:1 Aspect Ratio
Original Uncompressed LPCM Mono Audio
Feature and extras 1080/24p Region ABC playable worldwide

Can’t wait for this one. Love the new artwork too, and i’m sure the classic (and slightly misleading) ‘flamethrower’ cover will be one of the other options. If anyone from Arrow is reading, seeing as though this is your second Glickenhaus release, how about giving ‘The Protector’ the Arrow treatment?

Also, on the 14th of November Arrow are releasing Wes Craven’s ‘Deadly Blessing’ on DVD. Which will include the following…

– Reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork by Fangoria art director Gary Pullin
– Double-sided fold-out artwork poster
– Collector’s booklet featuring brand new writing on the film by author and critic Kim Newman

DVD CONTAINS:
– Introduction by star Michael Berryman
– Craven Images: The Horror Hits of Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes Series, Cut and Run, Weird Science) – An interview with Deadly Blessing’s iconic star
– Deadly Desires: An interview with screenwriter Glenn M. Benest
– Easter Eggs

Original art by Gary Pullin

98 mins approx
In original 1.78:1 Anamorphic Aspect Ratio
Original Mono 1.0 Audio
Region 0 PAL

The 21st of November will see two releases from the new Arrow Drome sub label, first up is ‘Tokyo Decadence’, then on the 28th, Dario Argento’s classic debut ‘The Bird With The Crystal Plumage’ will find a new home as part of the Arrow Drome Family.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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