Scream Factory takes horror fans back to a fateful Halloween night in 1962 with two high-definition clips and a trailer from their Lady in White Blu-ray, floating onto shelves on Tuesday, September 27th with a new director's cut.

From the Press Release: "Sometimes it takes a little help from the living for the dead to rest. Scream Factory™ proudly presents Lady in White for the first time ever on Blu-ray on September 27, 2016. This 2-disc set includes the never-before-released full-length director’s cut, extended behind-the-scenes footage, and many more special features.

For ten year old Frankie Scarletti (played by Lukas Haas), school isn’t just a place for learning. On Halloween of 1962, after being forced to spend the night locked in the coffin-like confines of his fourth-grade cloakroom, Frankie discovers the ghost of a little girl who was murdered in the very same room ten years earlier by a serial killer that has eluded the police for the last decade . With the death toll continuing to rise, Frankie, along with the help of the girl’s restless spirit, takes it upon himself to bring the killer to justice.

Originally released in 1988, this thriling ghost tale comes from director Frank LaLoggia (Fear No Evil) and stars Stars Lukas Haas (Witness), Alex Rocco (The Godfather, The Simpsons, The Facts of Life) , Katherine Helmond (Soap, Who’s The Boss) and Len Cariou (Blue Bloods).

Special Features:

DISC ONE: Director’s Cut (117 minutes)

· EXTENDED Behind the Scenes Footage – production and post production

· Introduction by Frank LaLoggia

· Audio Commentary with Frank LaLoggia

· Behind the Scenes Footage with introduction by Frank LaLoggia

· Deleted Scenes with introduction by Frank LaLoggia

· Promotional Short Film

· Theatrical Trailer

· Alternate Trailer

· TV Spots

· Radio Spots

· Behind the Scenes Photo Montage

· Extended Photo Gallery

DISC TWO: Extended Director’s Cut (127 minutes) and Original Theatrical Cut (113 minutes)"

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