Shout! Factory continues to build an impressive catalog for its Scream Factory line and has announced that they will be releasing Stuart Gordon's From Beyond. While no release date has been set, they revealed that they are working on a collector's edition Blu-ray/DVD combo that will include brand new bonus features:

"FROM BEYOND (1986) - from the Director of Re-Animator- will be coming out as a Collector's Edition Bluray & DVD combo next year! There will be new extras along with the older ones which were on the prior 2007 DVD release. "

Scream Factory recently released Halloween II and  Halloween III: Season of the Witch, with  The Funhouse and Terror Train set for release next week. Other titles previously announced include They Live, Phantasm II, The Video Dead, Death Valley, The Island, Deadly Blessing, Prison, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, The Evictors and The Nest.

For those that haven't seen the film, here is the official description from the current DVD version:

"The second H.P. Lovecraft adaptation by Stuart Gordon FROM BEYOND is pure Lovecraftian science-terror. Out-there scientist Dr. Pretorious (Ted Sorel) and his assistant Dr. Tillinghast (Jeffery Combs) are working towards breaking through earthly perceptions and revealing a new alternate universe. They do this by stimulating the pineal gland of the human brain which enables people to see the strange creatures that inhabit a parallel dimension. Unfortunately these creatures can now see humans as well and they are none too pleased with it. Dr. Pretorious is killed by the floating monstrosities but the police blame his assistant for the murder and lock him up. Only Dr. Katharine McMichaels (Barbara Crampton) believes the insane tales of Dr. Tillinghast and it's up to her to shut down the experiment that threatens to unleash the other-dimensional creatures on this universe forever. Great special effects and solid performances by Combs and Crampton complement a near-perfect realization by Gordon of Lovecraft's vividly detailed and chilling vision of scientific possibilities."