Scream Factory will be giving horror fans more titles to look forward to beyond the forthcoming holiday months, as they've now announced a new Blu-ray release of the 1975 Spanish horror film Night of the Seagulls (aka Don't Go Out at Night and Terror Beach).

Night of the Seagulls (the fourth entry in Amando de Ossorio's "Blind Dead" series) will be released on Blu-ray on February 13th (just in time for Valentine's Day!). No special features have been revealed at this time, but you can check out the atmospheric cover art and full details below:

From Scream Factory: "We have a new title to announce today coming soon in 2018. The 1975 Spanish horror film THE NIGHT OF THE SEAGULLS (aka: Don’t Go Out at Night and Terror Beach) will be flocking to Blu-ray on February 13th. You can pre-order it now @…

When a doctor and his wife move to a coastal village, they encounter strange and terrifying things: the town harbors an ancient evil that demands ritual sacrifice! For seven consecutive nights, the undead come from the sea to demand the horrific deaths of the town's young women!

Fans of SEAGULLS know that it is the final film in the cult-film favorite “The Blind Dead” series. The other films in the series have not been released on Blu-ray which would naturally beg the question: Why start with the last installment? Our best answer is that the licensor that we acquired SEAGULLS from (which is the same one we got the Paul Naschy films from) only controls SEAGULLS. At this time, we don’t know who the successor of the first three are but we are looking into in order to bring the whole series out if we can."

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