DEAD KIDS (REGION FREE IMPORT) BLU-RAY [PRE-ORDER]

DEAD KIDS (REGION FREE IMPORT) BLU-RAY [PRE-ORDER]

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Street Date 7/6/22

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An experiment that will drive you beyond insanity.

Galesberg, Illinois is a quiet, peaceful college town where nothing ever happens... until a brutal serial killer begins a terrifying campaign targeting local teens.As fear mounts, Police Chief John Brady (Michael Murphy) begins to suspect a link between the gruesome crimes and a series of secret experiments being carried out in the College's psychology department.Written by Oscar winner Bill Condon ("Gods and Monsters"), directed by Michael Laughlin ("Strange Invaders") and featuring an original score by Tangerine Dream, "Dead Kids" is an 80s cult fave with all the right horror ingredients: small town teens, brutal murders, mysterious experiments and an infamous syringe-in-the-eyeball scene.

FEATURES:
EXCLUSIVE! "Not Quite Hollywood" extended interview with producer Antony I. Ginnane
EXCLUSIVE! DEAD KIDS II (1996) – the unofficial fan feature film shot in Galesburg, Illinois
EXCLUSIVE! 2004 Introduction by producer Antony I. Ginnane
EXCLUSIVE! Deleted scenes
EXCLUSIVE! Stills and poster gallery
EXCLUSIVE! Antony I. Ginnane trailer reel
EXCLUSIVE! Introduction by filmmakers Cyrus Khazai and Eric Anderson
2014 Audio commentary with director/co-writer Michael Laughlin moderated by filmmaker David Gregory
2008 Audio commentary with co-writer Bill Condon and cast members Dan Shor and Dey Young
The Effects of Strange Behaviour – an interview with Craig Reardon
A Conversation with actor Dan Shor
Isolated music score
US trailer
Theatrical trailer


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