Ahead of their big ten new titles announcement later this week at Comic-Con, Scream Factory's giving horror hounds an early treat with looks at the official Blu-ray cover art for The Larry Fessenden Collection and the Tales From the Crypt films Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood.

Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood details from Scream Factory: "Hello Kiddies! Be the first to take a look at the newly-designed key art for our upcoming blu-ray releases of DEMON KNIGHT and BORDELLO OF BLOOD!

Original theatrical poster key art will be on the reverse side of the wrap. Extras and specs for these "Collector's Editions" are in the works and will be announced sometime in August.

Official street date is 10/20 but if you buy them from us directly we'll ship it out two weeks early PLUS include a limited edition free 18" x 24" poster of the new design (while supplies last).

Pre-order DEMON KNIGHT @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/action-adventure/tales-from-the-crypt-presents-demon-knight-collector-s-edition

Pre-order BORDELLO OF BLOOD @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-comedy/tales-from-the-crypt-presents-bordello-of-blood-collector-s-edition"

The Larry Fessenden Collection details from Scream Factory:

"Four tales of terror from the multi-talented filmmaker Larry Fessenden will be making their Blu-ray debuts on October 20th within THE LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION. As reported back in June, the films are NO TELLING (1991), HABIT (1995), WENDIGO (2001) and THE LAST WINTER (2006).

Extras on the 4-disc set will be announced at a later date but we can officially share the final artwork (provided from the Director himself) and also an exclusive offer if you order from us directly: The set will ship two weeks earlier than national street date PLUS the first 300 who order will received a signed slipcase from Mr. Fessenden himself!

Act fast and pre-order now @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-horror/the-larry-fessenden-collection"

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