Army of Darkness is Getting a New Blu-ray Release
This groovy limited edition steelbook from Scream Factory is arriving in August.
By Jay Gervais
We miss Ash vs Evil Dead already and it seems that Scream Factory is feeling the same way. Coming this August, we’re getting a kick-ass new edition of 1992’s Army of Darkness on Blu-ray. The limited edition steelbook comes with an exclusive 28.5” x 16.5” rolled lithograph featuring brand-new artwork for the film. If you pre-order, you’ll get it a whole two weeks early as well! Here are the specs for this release:
DISC ONE (Theatrical Version)
- Medieval Times: The Making Of "Army Of Darkness" Featuring Interviews With Cast & Crew
- Original Ending
- Original Opening With Optional Commentary By Sam Raimi And Bruce Campbell
- Deleted Scenes With Optional Commentary By Sam Raimi And Bruce Campbell
- Theatrical Trailer
- TV Spots
- Home Video Promo
DISC TWO (Director's Cut)
- Audio Commentary With Director Sam Raimi, Actor Bruce Campbell And Co-Writer Ivan Raimi
- Additional Behind-The-Scenes Footage From KNB Effects
- Vintage Creating The Deadites Featurette
- Vintage "Making Of" Featurette
- Extended Interview Clips With Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell And Robert Tapert
DISC THREE (International Cut)
- 4K Scan Of The International Inter-positive
- Television Version With Additional Footage (Standard Definition)
- Theatrical Trailer
- Still Galleries With Rare Behind-The-Scenes Photos From Production Designer Anthony Tremblay, Visual Effects Supervisor William Mesa And Special Make-Up Effects Artists Tony Gardner And KNB EFX, Inc. (Over 200 Stills)
- Still Gallery Of Props And Rare Photos From The Collection Of Super Fan Dennis Carter Jr.
- Storyboards For Deleted Or Alternate Scenes
- Vintage The Men Behind The Army Featurette
The content looks to be identical to their 2015 collector’s edition release, but you know you want it anyway. If you’re interested in this release, head on over to Scream Factory to grab yours.
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