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In the Mouth of Madness

Scream Factory announced back in April that a trio of John Carpenter films are getting brand spankin’ new Blu-ray releases this summer, including In the Mouth of Madness, Someone’s Watching Me and Memoirs of an Invisible Man. At the time, we didn’t have any extras info, but it’s just been provided today!

Notably, In The Mouth of Madness gets a 4K scan and tons of new bonus features!

IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (1995)

• NEW 4K scan of the original film elements
• NEW Audio Commentary with director John Carpenter and producer Sandy King Carpenter
• NEW Horror’s Hallowed Grounds – a look at the film’s locations today
• NEW The Whisperer of the Dark – an interview with actress Julie Carman
• NEW Greg Nicotero’s Things in the Basement – a new interview with special effects artist Greg Nicotero including behind-the-scenes footage
• NEW Home Movies from Hobb’s End – Behind the Scenes footage from Greg Nicotero
• Audio Commentary with director John Carpenter and cinematographer Gary B. Kibbe
• Vintage Featurette – The Making of In the Mouth of Madness
• Theatrical Trailer
• TV Spots

Sutter Cane (Jürgen Prochnow, Dune, The Seventh Sign) is the best-selling author whose newest novel is literally driving readers insane. When he inexplicably vanishes, his publisher (Charlton Heston, Soylent Green, Planet Of The Apes) sends special investigator John Trent (Sam Neill, Daybreakers, Dead Calm) to track him down. Drawn to a town that exists only in Cane’s books, Trent crosses the barrier between fact and fiction and enters a terrifying world from which there is no escape. Inspired by the tales of H.P. Lovecraft, this shocking story is, in the words of its acclaimed director, “horror beyond description!”

SOMEONE’S WATCHING ME (1978) 

• NEW 2K scan from the original film elements – in both 1.85:1 and 1.33:1 aspect ratios
• NEW audio commentary with author Amanda Reyes (Are You in the House Alone?: A TV Movie Compendium 1964-1999)
• NEW Adrienne Barbeau: Looking Back at Someone’s Watching Me
• NEW Carpenter’s Enforcer – an interview with Charles Cyphers on his career in John Carpenter’s films
• NEW Horror’s Hallowed Grounds – a look at the film’s locations today
• John Carpenter: Director Rising
• TV Promo
• Still Gallery

Los Angeles newcomer Leigh Michaels (Lauren Hutton) moves into a chic high-rise apartment building. She loves the view. So does the Peeping Tom who lives somewhere in the adjacent tower. For Leigh, it’s the beginning of terrors that escalate from anonymous calls and gifts to lights that mysteriously flicker to prove that someone watches every moment of her life. Leigh fights back, matching her tormentor’s obsession with her own relentless drive to uncover his identity. The prey is now predator – and that escalates the stalker’s game to a deadly new level. Someone is watching. Also starring Adrienne Barbeau and Charles Cyphers. 

MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN (1992) 

• NEW 2K scan of the original film elements
• How to Become Invisible: The Dawn of Digital F/X
• Vintage interviews with director John Carpenter, actors Chevy Chase and Daryl Hannah
• Behind the Scenes footage
• Outtakes
• Theatrical Trailer
• TV Spots

The laughs and visual effects are out of sight when Chevy Chase headlines Memoirs of an Invisible Man. Invisibility makes it easier to spy on agents (particularly chief adversary Sam Neill) who’ve put him in his predicament. And he can romance a lovely documentary producer (Daryl Hannah) in a way she’s never “seen” before. John Carpenter directs and Industrial Light and Magic create eye-opening effects as Nick embarks on his manic quest. Seeing is believing!

All three Blu-rays will release on July 24.

Writer in the horror community since 2008. Owns Eli Roth's prop corpse from Piranha 3D. Has three awesome cats. Still plays with toys.


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