Back in September, Scream Factory detailed next month’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of ’84 slasher Silent Night, Deadly Night. The 2-disc affair includes both the theatrical and unrated versions of the film taken from a new 4K scan of the original camera negative, and it’s also loaded with new bonus features.
Additionally, a Deluxe Version of the Blu-ray, limited to 2,000, comes packaged with a poster and a NECA action figure that you can’t get anywhere else. Today, along with final images of the Billy figure in packaging, we’ve learned that there are only about 400 out of the 2,000 pieces left, so you better act fast if you want it!
The 8″ figure is dressed in a fabric Santa suit with removable sculpted hat and features the authorized likeness of actor Robert Brian Wilson. The figure is fully poseable and comes with an ax accessory in window box packaging.
Arriving December 5, the set includes the following bonus features:
- Original Theatrical and Unrated versions of the film taken from a NEW 4K scan of the original Camera negative.
- NEW Slay Bells Ring: The Story of Silent Night, Deadly Night – featuring interviews with writer Michael Hickey, co-executive producers Scott J. Schneid and Dennis Whitehead, editor/second unit director Michael Spence, composer Perry Botkin and actor Robert Brian Wilson
- NEW Oh Deer! – an interview with Linnea Quigley
- NEW Christmas in July – Silent Night, Deadly Night Locations – then and now
- NEW audio commentary with actor Robert Brian Wilson and co-executive producer Scott J. Schneid
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Original TV spots and Radio Spot
- Audio Commentary by Michael Hickey, Perry Boykin, Scott J. Schneid and Michael Spence
- Audio interview with director Charles E. Sellier, Jr.
- Santa’s Stocking of Outrage
- Poster and Still Gallery
Pre-order the standard or deluxe version over on Scream Factory’s website.
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