Kino Lorber Releasing Classic British Horror Anthology Dead of Night on Home Video
You will be able to grab up this special edition release early next month.
Kino Lorber is set to release a 4K restoration of the classic 1945 British horror anthology, Dead of Night. The film was of particular importance within the era it was released, a period when horror films in Britain were few and far between after having been banned entirely during World War II, ultimately becoming a lasting influence in the genre for years to come.
The most famous of the segments, The Ventriloquist’s Dummy, starred Michael Redgrave (Mourning Becomes Electra, The Night My Number Came Up) as the owner of an evil dummy that is much more alive than it appears. Have a look below for the full details for this special edition home video release.[blockquote-0]
Dead of Night is set to release on July 9th on Blu-ray and DVD, retailing for $29.95 and $19.95 respectively. We are huge fans of horror anthologies here at Dead Entertainment, so this release will inevitably find its way into our collections when it is released later this summer.
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