If you listened to our Class of 1989 aquatic horror movie episode of Corpse Club, then you know we're big fans of Sean S. Cunningham's DeepStar Six, so we're especially thrilled that the film's submerged scares are coming to Blu-ray on October 13th from Kino Lorber.

As reported on Bloody Disgusting, you can check out the DeepStar Six Blu-ray cover art and full list of special features below (via Facebook):

"Coming October 13th!

• Audio Commentary by Producer/Director Sean S. Cunningham & Visual Effects Supervisor James Isaac
• Featurette with Creature Supervisor Greg Nicotero & Creature Designer Robert Kurtzman
• Featurette with Composer Harry Manfredini
• Original EPK
• Extended Vintage Interview Clips
• Behind-the-Scenes Footage
• Theatrical Trailer
• TV Spot
• Image Gallery
• Limited Edition O-Card
• Reversible Art
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles

Color 99 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated R
NOT ALL ALIENS COME FROM SPACE! From producer/director Sean S. Cunningham, the creator of the Friday the 13th and House films, comes this action-packed underwater sci-fi thriller starring Taurean Blacque (Hill Street Blues), Nancy Everhard (The Punisher), Greg Evigan (B.J. and the Bear), Miguel Ferrer (RoboCop), Matt McCoy (The Hand That Rocks the Cradle), Nia Peeples (North Shore), Cindy Pickett (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off) and Marius Weyers (The Gods Must Be Crazy). Far below the surface of the unforgiving sea, the daring crew of DeepStar Six are explorers in a forbidding world of impenetrable darkness and unimaginable pressure. They have invaded the icy fathoms into which no human has ever ventured. Their mission is to establish a top secret Navy base on the ocean floor. But something’s down there and the crew of DeepStar Six are about to make a startling discovery—there’s no escape from the terror of the deep. DeepStar Six will plunge you into the depths of fear… save your last breath... to scream."

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