Scorpion Releasing, a boutique label specializing in the production of definitive editions of cult horror, action, foreign, Sci-Fi, arthouse and hard-to-find indie films, has revealed that it will begin releasing on Blu-ray soon. Currently, the label releases its films only on DVD.
Amongst the first films expected to transition to Blu-ray are William Girdler's Day of the Animals (1977), starring Christopher George, Leslie Nielsen and Lynda Day George; Alvin Rakoff's Death Ship (1980), starring George Kennedy, Richard Crenna and Nick Mancuso; William Girdler's Grizzly (1976), starring Christopher George, Andrew Prine and Richard Jaeckel; and Gregory Goodell's Human Experiments (1979), starring Linda Haynes, Geoffrey Lewis and Ellen Travolta.
They also bought the rights to The Power (1984), a long lost supernatural horror flick and a personal fave of mine. If they decide to release The Power on Blu-ray as well I'd be the happiest person on earth.