The bloodsucking blitz continues at Scream Factory. Not long after they revealed that double features of Love at First Bite / Once Bitten and Blacula / Scream, Blacula, Scream are coming out in February, the distributor has now announced they are bringing Vampire's Kiss and High Spirits to Blu-ray for the first time, adding Nicolas Cage's turn as a supposed creature of the night to their February neck-chomping releases:

From Scream Factory: "Our month-long "Shocktober" celebration continues with two more films to reveal. The 1988 horror comedies VAMPIRE’S KISS (with Nicholas Cage) and HIGH SPIRITS (with Peter O’Toole, Steve Guttenberg and Daryl Hannah) will make their debut on the Blu-ray format next Feb as a double-feature!

Artwork you see here is final. There are no details on extras at this time. Any updates on them will be announced by the end of this year.

We still have more films to announce starting next week and all-month long here on our page so be sure to check back to be the first to see them!"

Vampire's Kiss synopsis (via

"Oscar winner Nicolas Cage is "amazing" (The New Yorker) in this outrageous, erotically charged thriller about a womanizing New York executive who becomes convinced that he's a vampire when one of his conquests bites his neck in the throes of passion. Jennifer Beals (Devil in a Blue Dress) sizzles as the femme fatale who sets Cage on his batty course in this darkly funny, "lively, imaginative fantasy" (Los Angeles Times)!"

High Spirits synopsis (via

"Impoverished Peter Plunkett (O'Toole) hatches the perfect plan to save his debt-ridden Irish castle: lure American tourists by advertising his place as haunted. But when Peter and his staff don sheets and chains to go a-haunting, they scare up more than paying guests... they arouse the real ghosts of Castle Plunkett! And when American tourist Jack (Guttenberg) spies a gorgeous ghost named Mary (Hannah), it's love at first sighting. Now all Jack has to worry about is Mary's murderous spook of a husband... and their 200-year ages difference!"

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