At this point in time, the 1990 horror film Demon Wind has only ever been released on VHS here in the States, so it’s pretty great to hear that Vinegar Syndrome is bringing it into the world of high-definition for the very first time!
Charles Philip Moore’s Demon Wind will hit Blu-ray on October 24.
“Vinegar Syndrome have granted the film a full-on special edition, starting with a beautiful 2K restoration from its original 35mm camera negative, supplemented with a bevy of bonus features sure to part the horror masses with their hard-earned cash,” reports Cinema Arcana.
“Extras include on-camera interviews with executive producer Sandy Horowitz, actress Sherry Bendorf Leigh and cinematographer Thomas L. Callaway, an audio chat with editor Chris Roth, the original trailer, and reversible cover art. If that’s not enough, the company is also offering a limited edition lenticular slipcase, replicating DEMON WIND’s original tape release. This cover variant will only be available for purchase direct — pre-order is slated to go live this Friday, August 25th.”
In the film, “With the need to investigate the mysterious death of his grandparents, Cory and his friends assemble back to the old farm where it all began, sixty years earlier.”
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