Scream Factory created quite a buzz at Comic-Con when they announced ten titles coming to Blu-ray in 2014 and ’15, including three Collector's Editions. One of the CE Blu-rays was Dolls, which was recently given a November 11th release date, and now Scream Factory has unveiled their custom cover art for Stuart Gordon's 1987 horror film, along with new details on how to buy the release early and receive a limited edition poster.

Though it's officially hitting shelves on November 11th, Scream Factory will be offering a limited number of their Dolls Collector's Edition Blu-rays sometime before Halloween. Those who buy the movie early will also receive a limited edition 18" x 24" poster featuring the Blu-ray's cover art by Nathan Thomas Milliner. Pre-order links are expected to be available next week at

So far the special features included in the Dolls Collector's Edition Blu-ray have not been announced, but we'll let Daily Dead readers know as soon as they are revealed. In the meantime, we have a look at the cover art below (via Scream Factory), and for those unfamiliar with Dolls, here's the synopsis (via Amazon):

"They're cute, they're cuddly...and they kill! From horror director Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator) and screenwriter Ed Naha (Troll) comes this "fiendish nightmare" (The Hollywood Reporter) that combines the pint-sized playmates of childhood with bone-chilling fun, resulting in "a bloody bonbon you chew with relish" (Los Angeles Times)!A precocious girl, her nasty parents, two punk-rock losers and a weak-kneed salesman inadvertently become the guests of two ghoulish senior citizens in their dark, haunted mansion. The old couple make and collect dolls that, when not sitting still like good little mannequins, creep around in the night, offing the guests one by one! You may laugh at first, but if they turn on you, you'll regret it...for the rest of your short life!"

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