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Back in 2014, Twilight Time released Chuck Russell’s remake of 1958's The Blob on a limited edition Blu-ray, and if you missed out on adding it to your collection, Scream Factory has you covered this Halloween season with their new Collector's Edition Blu-ray of 1988's The Blob. Ahead of its release on October 29th, Scream Factory has announced the full list of special features for The Blob Collector's Edition Blu-ray, including two new audio commentaries and a bunch of new interviews with the cast and crew.

Press Release: The Blob is back in this horrific tale about a vile, malignant life-form that crashes to Earth in a cozy, rural American town called Arborville. Untroubled by conscience or intellect, the Blob does only one thing – and it does it well. It eats anything and everything that moves: men, women, and children. It wants to swallow the entire town of Arborville. The original version of the Blob thrilled and terrified movie audiences back in the 1950s. Now the oozing, gooey killer is back. On October 29, 2019, SCREAM FACTORY™ is thrilled to present THE BLOB Collector’s Edition Blu-ray. Directed by Chuck Russell (The Scorpion King), the film stars Kevin Dillon (Entourage), Shawnee Smith (SAW movies), Donovan Leitch (Glory), Jeffrey DeMunn (Billions) with Candy Clark (American Graffiti) and Joe Seneca (A Time to Kill) as Dr. Meddows. A must-have for sci-fi horror enthusiasts and movie collectors, this definitive collector’s edition contains special bonus content, including two new audio commentaries, over four hours of new interviews, and more. Preorder is available now at ShoutFactory.com

THE BLOB COLLECTOR’ EDITION Blu-ray

Bonus Features

  • NEW audio commentary with director Chuck Russell, special effects artist Tony Gardner and cinematographer Mark Irwin, moderated by filmmaker Joe Lynch
  • NEW audio commentary with actress Shawnee Smith
  • NEW It Fell From the Sky! – an interview with director Chuck Russell
  • NEW We Have Work to Do – an interview with actor Jeffrey DeMunn
  • NEW Minding the Dinner – an interview with actress Candy Clark
  • NEW They Call Me Mellow Purple – an interview with actor Donovan Leitch Jr.
  • NEW Try to Scream! – an interview with actor Bill Moseley
  • NEW Shot Him! – an interview with cinematographer Mark Irwin
  • NEW The Incredible Melting Man – an interview with special effects artist Tony Gardner
  • NEW Monster Math – an interview with special effects supervisor Christopher Gilman
  • NEW Haddonfield to Arborville – an interview with production designer Craig Stearns
  • NEW The Secret of the Ooze – an interview with mechanical designer Mark Setrakian
  • NEW I Want that Organism Alive! – an interview with Blob mechanic Peter Abrahamson
  • NEW Gardner’s Grue Crew – behind-the-scenes footage of Tony Gardner and his team
  • Audio Commentary with director Chuck Russell, moderated by film producer Ryan Turek
  • Theatrical Trailers
  • TV Spot
  • Still Gallery

TRISTAR PICTURES AND ANDRE BLAY/ELLIOTT KASTNER PRESENT A CHUCK RUSSELL FILM
“THE BLOB”
KEVIN DILLON SHAWNEE SMITH DONOVAN LEITCH JEFFREY DEMUNN
WITH CANDY CLARK AND JOE SENECA AS DR. MEDDOWS
MUSIC BY MICHAEL HOENIG CREATURE EFFECTS DESIGNED AND CREATED BY LYLE CONWAY
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ANDRE BLAY SCREENPLAY BY CHUCK RUSSELL & FRANK DARABONT
PRODUCED BY JACK H. HARRIS AND ELLIOTT KASTNER DIRECTED BY CHUCK RUSSELL

© 1988 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

1080p High-Definition Widescreen (1.85:1)/English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1/English Subtitles/1988/Color/Approximate Feature Running Time +/- 95 Minutes

Shout! Factory will continue to present the on-going SCREAM FACTORY™ home entertainment series in 2019 with specific release dates, extras and key art. Meanwhile, fans are encouraged to visit the Scream Factory main website, follow them on Facebook and Twitter or to view exclusive video content on YouTube.

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Derek Anderson
About the Author - Derek Anderson

Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

When he’s not writing about horror as the Senior News Reporter for Daily Dead, Derek can be found daydreaming about the Santa Carla Boardwalk from The Lost Boys or reading Stephen King and Brian Keene novels.

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