TERROR IN THE AISLES SPECIAL FEATURES ANNOUNCED

by | Aug 25, 2020

Occasionally pieces fall into places unexpectedly in the most unlikely circumstances, and the new Scream Factory release of TERROR IN THE AISLES is one such example. Despite being in production in the midst of a pandemic, and despite not being branded a Collector’s Edition, we managed to assemble a great package celebrating this once-in-a-lifetime movie that was crucial for all involved as we were getting into the genre. Shout! Factory/Scream Factory have just announced the special features from my Reverend Entertainment as well as a new commentary from historian Russell Dyball (with special appearance by Scream Factory’s Jeff Nelson!). Details below. You can pre-order now at ShoutFactory.com or wherever you get your discs. Street date is 10/13/20.

Synopsis

SOME OF THE SCARIEST MOMENTS IN FILM HISTORY IN ONE TERRIFYING FILM!

Terror In The Aisles is a roller coaster ride through the most terrifying moments from over 70 of Hollywood’s greatest chillers. Donald Pleasence (Halloween, Halloween II) and Nancy Allen (Dressed To Kill, Carrie) are the hosts of this blood-curdling journey through a collection of horror classics like Psycho, Jaws, Poltergeist, Alien, The Bride Of Frankenstein, The Exorcist, Halloween, and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Bonus Features

  • NEW Scene Stealer – An Interview With Actress Nancy Allen
  • NEW Dancing With Masters – An Interview With Composer John Beal
  • NEW Master Class – An Interview With Editor Greg McClatchy
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Pop Culture Historian Russell Dyball
  • Rare Television Cut Featuring Alternate Footage And Films (95 Minutes – In Standard Definition)
  • Original Theatrical Trailer & TV Spot
  • Additional TV Spots And Teaser Trailers For Films Featured In Terror In The Aisles
PRE-ORDER TODAY!

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