We have excellent news for those of you out there hungry to see the two-hour and forty-five-minute version of Clive Barker’s Night Breed known as Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut (read our review).
After years of rumors and rumblings, Scream Factory has just announced that the highly sought after release is officially on its way to home video!
The announcement was made during the Scream Factory panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. The stunning news came from Scream’s Mark Miller and Cliff MacMillan who have been working on bringing this film to the masses with Michael G. Plumides, Jr. since January. This is incredible news for fans of the film and there’s no doubt this will be one of the single most highly anticipated releases of not only the year, but probably the whole damned decade!
About: “In 1989 Clive Barker created his second feature film Nightbreed from his novel “Cabal.” During post production the studio ordered reshoots to change the emphasis of the film from Clive Barker’s Nightbreed to a film they thought would play better to the masses.
The film that was released on September 28, 1990 was a compromise of reshoots and studio input that never captured the story of “Cabal.”
The original Negatives of Nightbreed are still in the vaults of the studio. The two existing workprints have been integrated into the 1990 theatrical version of Nightbreed so that the most complete version of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed can be seen for the first time.” – Source is from below trailer.
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