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HELL NIGHT
Starring Linda Blair
HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED COLLECTOR’S EDITION RELEASE OF THE 80’S HORROR CLASSIC
ARRIVES ON BLU-RAY & DVD JANUARY 2, 2018
WITH NEARLY 4 HOURS OF NEW BONUS CONTENT!

One dark night 12 years ago, madman Raymond Garth butchered his wife and children in their mansion before killing himself. Legend has it that one child survived the slaughter and remains hidden in the house as a deformed monster. Years later on pledge night, a group of new fraternity and sorority pledges must spend an evening in this creepy mansion on the anniversary of the killings. But what starts off as a night of innocent pranks and rowdiness soon turns deadly…

On January 2, 2018, SCREAM FACTORY™ Home Entertainment is proud to present the cult horror classic HELL NIGHT on Blu-ray for the first time. Directed by Tom DeSimone (Reform School Girls) and produced by Irwin Yablans (Halloween) and Bruce Cohn Curtis (Dreamscape), the film stars Linda Blair (The Exorcist), Peter Barton (Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter), Vincent Van Patten (Rock ‘N’ Roll High School), Kevin Brophy (The Seduction), Jenny Neumann (Mistress of the Apes), Suki Goodwin (Voyagers) and Jimmy Sturtevant (The Competition).

This definitive collector’s edition release contains nearly 4 hours of extras including brand-new interviews with Linda Blair, principal cast and crew members, rare stills, a look at the original filming location and much more! A must-have for movie collectors, horror enthusiasts and loyal fans, the HELL NIGHT Collector’s Edition also includes a collectible slipcover featuring newly rendered artwork and a reversible cover wrap featuring original theatrical key art.

“We are beyond thrilled that we are finally able to bring this highly-requested and much-loved thrill ride back into circulation so that older and newer generations of fans can appreciate its special place in horror film history,” says Jeff Nelson, Senior Marketing Director of Scream Factory, “It’s a fantastic movie with a beautiful look and unique energy that definitely deserves to be reevaluated.”
"I recently saw HELL NIGHT and I found myself jumping at long forgotten scares, admiring the beautiful Mac Ahlberg cinematography and the wonderfully natural chemistry between the actors led by Linda's committed performance,” says Producer Bruce Cohn Curtis, “I immediately wanted to share this in the best possible way with the fans and attract new audiences. Thank you Shout Factory for making it possible!"

Bonus Content:
BLU-RAY DISC
· NEW 4K Scan of the film taken from the best surviving archival print
· NEW interviews with actors Linda Blair, Peter Barton, Vincent Van Patten, Suki Goodwin, Kevin Brophy and Jenny Neumann
· Audio Commentary with Linda Blair, Tom DeSimone, Irwin Yablans and Bruce Cohn Curtis
· Original Theatrical Trailer & TV spots
· Blu-ray Disc Exclusives:
o NEW interview with Director Tom DeSimone
o NEW interview with Producer Bruce Cohn Curtis
o NEW interview with Writer Randolph Feldman
o NEW – Anatomy of the Death Scenes with Tom DeSimone, Randolph Feldman, Make-up artist Pam Peitzman, Art Director Steven G. Legler and Special Effects artist John Eggett
o NEW - On Location at the Kimberly Crest House with Tom DeSimone
o NEW – Gothic Design in Hell Night with Steven G. Legler
o Original Radio spot
o Photo Gallery featuring rare, never-before-seen stills
DVD DISC
· NEW 4K Scan of the film taken from the best surviving archival print
· NEW interviews with actors Linda Blair, Peter Barton, Vincent Van Patten, Suki Goodwin, Kevin Brophy and Jenny Neumann
· Audio Commentary with Linda Blair, Tom DeSimone, Irwin Yablans and Bruce Cohn Curtis
· Original Theatrical Trailer & TV spots


Synopsis:
As an initiation rite into Alpha Sigma Rho fraternity, four pledges must spend a night in Garth Manor, twelve years to the day after the previous resident murdered his entire family. Two of the pledges, Marti, and Jeff ignore the rumors that the now-deserted mansion is haunted by a crazed killer, until one by one, members of their group mysteriously disappear. Could this be a part of a fraternity prank … or is a demented former occupant seeking revenge?

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IRWIN YABLANS and BRUCE COHN CURTIS present LINDA BLAIR in “HELL NIGHT”
Starring VINCENT VAN PATTEN, KEVIN BROPHY, JENNY NEUMANN, SUKI GOODWIN, JIMMY STURTEVANT and PETER BARTON
Produced by IRWIN YABLANS & BRUCE COHN CURTIS Written by RANDOLPH FELDMAN Executive Producers JOSEPH WOLF and CHUCK RUSSELL
Directed by TOM DeSIMONE


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A 4K scan of a print ? It would be nice to have some more information on that, does this mean the OCN is lost or degraded.

I saw this many years ago on VHS, I enjoyed it, as long as they do not over sharpen or contrast boost it I may end up buying off of Amazon.
 

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A 4K scan of a print ? It would be nice to have some more information on that, does this mean the OCN is lost or degraded.
Yeah, they couldn't locate it. On Facebook on September 6, Scream Factory said
- As some of you already know, this title was leaked on several retailer sites prematurely before we could make a proper announce. The reason we couldn’t address it more publicly once that became more widespread is because we were having some technical difficulties. The title was originally planned for a Late Summer release but needed to be delayed because we became faced with an unforeseen and unwelcome scenario that we could not locate any of the original film elements despite trying many avenues to acquire them. Fortunately though we were able to access a good archival print and it is from this element that we will be doing a 4K scan of the film (including hours of intensive restoration work) so that we can get it to look the best it possibly can.
 

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