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Scorpion Releasing Prepping Oliver Stone's Seizure for Blu-ray
Posted June 17, 2014 05:29 PM by Webmaster
Independent U.S. distributors Scorpion Releasing have confirmed that they will release on Blu-ray Oliver Stone's directorial debut Seizure (1974), starring Jonathan Frid, Martine Beswick, Joseph Sirola, Troy Donahue, Mary Woronov, and Richard Cox. The release is scheduled to arrive on the U.S. market on September 9th.
The release, which will be distributed by Kino Lorber, will feature a brand new HD transfer from the original U.S elements, as well as brand new interviews with stars Mary Woronov and Richard Cox.
Synopsis: A horror story writer, Edmond Blackstone, suffers from a recurring nightmare in which three bizarre figures terrorize him and his family. When Blackstone begins to write, the three figures appear at his home and the dream becomes reality.
@PBateman87, It's VERY good. It has heretofore only been available on video in bad bootleg VHS quality. But it is very good, indeed. Creepy, creepy movie. Oliver Stone's first feature film. Quite brutal.
The only thing that is now impossible to take seriously is Herve Villachaize as a dwarf demon. He's mean as hell in this role, but all I could hear was, "The plane! The plane!", LOL...