Saturday, July 18, 2020

On Vacation - Updates shall resume on July 28th!

The Vault Master is ON VACATION!
2020 has been a rough year gang, especially for those of us who were briefly hailed as "heroes" and "essential employees." My initial vacation plans were dashed due to the continued spread of Covid-19 (no Labatt Blue, hockey, maple syrup, moose, or Mounties for this Yankee hoser), but an alternative getaway has been planned, and in less than 24 hours, I will be gone. That of course means that there will be zero new content both here and at the main site.

However, in between afternoon naps, some light binge-drinking, and tasty meals, I'm sure I'll be able to make a few brief appearances over at the Vault's Official Facebook Page. I may even fire off a few tweets on Twitter, and share a few pics on Instagram.

So until I return, please be safe Vault Dwellers! Wear masks, wash your hands, stay away from other humans, and watch lots of aquatic-themed horror flicks, Summer Camp slasher movies, and eco-horror epics featuring man-eating sharks, grizzlies, warthogs, octopi, worms, crabs, slugs, and everything in between!

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Get Scream Factory's New Collector's Edition Blu-ray of KISS OF THE VAMPIRE Today!

Mark Maddox's gorgeous cover art for Scream Factory's Collector's Edition of KISS OF THE VAMPIRE!

While I already own Universal's 8-film HAMMER HORROR COLLECTION on Blu-ray (which contains KISS OF THE VAMPIRE), I have to admit that Scream Factory's Collector's Edition re-releases of the Hammer films contained in that set have become extremely tempting. With multiple bonus features, new HD transfers, and Mark Maddox's fantastic artwork on their covers, I find myself glancing at those new Hammer Blu-rays more and more frequently - it's only a matter of time before I finally cave and start adding them to my collection.

Speaking of which, Scream's new KISS OF THE VAMPIRE Blu-ray is out of this world! Featuring a new 2K scan of the film (which is featured in two different aspect ratios), new and archival extras, and an alternate TV edit of the movie, this is definitely a must-have release. I mean damn.... look at that cover art! It's just plain gorgeous!

Synopsis: Lost on the way to their honeymoon, a young couple stumbles upon a mysterious family of vampires and their unspeakably evil leader. When a wrong turn leaves newlyweds Marianne and Gerald Harcourt stranded in a remote Bavarian forest, they have no choice but to accept the hospitality of the hypnotic Dr. Ravna, distinguished lord of a nearby castle. Ravna uses his "children" to lure the newlyweds to his lair, and soon they are plunged into a nightmare of horror and deception from which there may be no escape. Their only hope is Professor Zimmer, who calls upon an ancient ritual in a desperate attempt to destroy the vampires and free Marianne from Ravna's power

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 88 & 93 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (1.85:1 & 1.66:1) and 480p Fullscreen (1.33:1)
Audio - English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono

  • NEW! 2K Scan Of The Interpositive In Two Aspect Ratios (1.85:1 And 1.66:1)!
  • NEW! Audio Commentary With Author/Film Historian Steve Haberman And Filmmaker/Film Historian Constantine Nasr On The 1.66:1 Version!
  • NEW! The Men Who Made Hammer: Composer James Bernard!
  • NEW! The Men Who Made Hammer: Production Designer Bernard Robinson!
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Edward De Souza And Jennifer Daniels, Moderated By Peter Irving On The 1.85:1 Version!
  • Original Theatrical Trailer & TV Spot
  • TV Version Kiss Of Evil With Optional Audio Commentary By Film Historians Troy Howarth And Nathaniel Thompson (In Standard Definition – 1.33.1)!
  • Additional Scenes Added To The TV Version Kiss Of Evil
  • Kiss Of Evil TV Trailer
While not one of my favorite Hammer titles, I still very much enjoy KISS OF THE VAMPIRE and am impressed by the amount of effort put into this release! With two cuts of the film, multiple commentaries, the TV edit, and new featurettes, I'd be more than willing to snap this up and place it proudly on the shelves with my other Scream Factory discs! KISS OF THE VAMPIRE is now available wherever Blu-ray discs are sold and should cost between $23 - $29! Get a copy right now from AMAZON, BULL MOOSE, DIABOLIK DVD, or directly from SHOUT! FACTORY (which will also net you an exclusive 18 x 24 rolled poster featuring the new cover art done by Mark Maddox)!

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Meet the Amazing MR. NO LEGS Face to Face on Blu-ray!


Ricou Browning's claim to fame was being the Gill Man in all of the aquatic scenes in the CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON trilogy, as well as being the creator of FLIPPER! But what many do not know is that Ricou (who directed family-fare like SALTY and the Gentle Ben TV Series) also directed a little film called MR. NO LEGS. I first heard about this movie from Hudson Horror Show frontman Chris Alo years ago, and listened in disbelief as he told me all about it. And now, thanks to the efforts of Massacre Video, this long lost gem is can continue to build up a cult following!

Synopsis: Double amputee, Mr. No Legs, may not seem much of a threat at first, but cross him and you’ll see why he’s Florida’s ruthless drug kingpin D’Angelo’s deadliest enforcer. With his unique martial arts mastery and shotgun-wielding wheelchair, Mr. No Legs is virtually unstoppable. But when a henchman kills the sister of a straight-shooting cop, D’Angelo’s whole enterprise may come undone, and threaten to bring No Legs down with it.

Reverse cover art for Massacre Video's Standard Blu-ray release of MR. NO LEGS!
Director Ricou Browning brings us into a world full of double crosses, cover-ups, bloody bar brawls, and weaponized wheelchairs with MR. NO LEGS (aka KILLERS DIE HARD)!

Massacre Video proudly presents this wild, wheeled 70s crime story for the first time in HD, with a brand new 2K restoration from the only known 35mm film elements in existence!

Disc Specs: 
Rated R | Color | 88 & 91 minutes | Region Free
Video - 1080p Widescreen (1.85:1)
Audio - LPCM Mono

  • NEW! 2K Restoration from EXTREMELY RARE French 35mm Print!
  • English, French, and German Audio Options.
  • Uncut Composite from 35mm Print and Video Masters!
  • Extensive Stills Gallery.
  • Trailers for other Massacre Video releases.
  • Plus other Surprises....
Rescued from obscurity by the folks at Massacre Video, MR. NO LEGS (previously released in a now out of print Limited Edition Blu) is now ready to be rediscovered in this wonderful release that contains two cuts of the film, reversible cover art, and "other surprises." MR. NO LEGS should cost between $20 - $24 and is easily obtainable from AMAZON, BULL MOOSE, DIABOLIK DVD, and directly from MASSACRE VIDEO!

Relive All of Bruce Lee's Greatest Hits with Criterion Collection's Newest Release!

Cover art for The Criterion Collection's BRUCE LEE: HIS GREATEST HITS Blu-ray set!

Bruce Lee was taken from this world far too early, and yet he managed to leave behind an impressive legacy that continues to inspire martial artists and filmmakers to this very day! And now, for the first time ever, you can own the complete collection of the films that helped propel Bruce Lee into perpetual superstardom: THE BIG BOSS (aka FISTS OF FURY), FIST OF FURY (aka THE CHINESE CONNECTION), WAY OF THE DRAGON (aka RETURN OF THE DRAGON), and ENTER THE DRAGON! This set also contains GAME OF DEATH and GAME OF DEATH II, plus hours of new and archival bonus features, including six audio commentaries, interviews, and more! Join me now fellow Bruce Lee fans, as I take a closer look at this stellar set from The Criterion Collection!

THE BIG BOSS - Criterion Blu-ray

Synopsis: Enter a legend. Bruce Lee’s return to the Hong Kong film industry after a decade in America proved to be his big breakthrough, launching him to superstardom and setting a new standard for kung-fu heroics. In THE BIG BOSS, he commands the screen with his gravitas and explosive physicality in the role of a Chinese immigrant working at a Thai ice factory and sworn to an oath of nonviolence.

When he discovers that the factory’s ruthless higher-ups are running a secret heroin ring and offing their own workers, his commitment to pacifism is put to the test. With his undeniable charisma and fluid, lightning-fast martial-arts style, Lee is a revelation, blazing across the screen with a speed and power the likes of which had never been seen before.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 100 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - Mandarin LPCM Mono & Dolby Digital Mono
              Cantonese: Dolby Digital Mono
              English LPCM Mono

  • NEW! Digital 4K Restoration!
  • Audio Commentary with Bruce Lee expert Brandon Bentley.
  • Audio Commentary with Hong Kong film expert Mike Leeder.
  • Matthew Polly on The Big Boss featurette
  • Alternate Ending
  • Extended Scenes
  • Bruce Lee: The Early Years featurette
  • Bruce Lee vs. Peter Thomas featurette
  • Trailers
  • US TV Spot

The Criterion Collection's FIST OF FURY Blu-ray!

Synopsis: Bruce Lee is at his most awe-inspiringly ferocious in this blistering follow-up to his star-making turn in THE BIG BOSS, which turned out to be an even greater success than its predecessor. Set in 1910s Shanghai, FIST OF FURY casts Lee as a martial-arts student who, after his revered master is murdered by a rival dojo of Japanese imperialists, sets out to defend the honor of both his school and the Chinese people, with his fatal fists as his weapon of choice. Elevating Lee to a hero of near folkloric proportions, this historical revenge fantasy blends its stunning action set pieces with a strong anticolonialist statement and a potent dose of the fierce cultural pride that the actor embodied.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 107 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - Mandarin & English LPCM Mono
              Cantonese Dolby Digital Mono

  • NEW! Digital 4K Restoration!
  • Audio Commentary with Hong Kong film expert Mike Leeder.
  • Matthew Polly on Fist of Fury featurette
  • Alternate Opening Credits
    The Chinese Connection
    Fist of Fury (Japanese Version)
  • The First Lady - 1993 interview with actress Nora Miao (in Cantonese with imposed English subtitles).
  • Blade of Fury - 1993 interview with actor Riki Hashimoto (in Japanese with imposed English subtitles).
  • Master of Bushido - 1993 interview with actor Jun Katsumura (in Japanese with imposed English subtitles). 
  • Interview with Yuen Wah (in Cantonese with optional English subtitles).
  • Theatrical Trailers

The Criterion Collection's WAY OF THE DRAGON Blu-ray!

Synopsis: After the back-to-back triumphs of THE BIG BOSS and FIST OF FURY, Bruce Lee was given the chance to write, produce, and direct his third outing as a martial-arts superstar. He used the opportunity to add a touch of goofily entertaining comedy to the typically action-driven proceedings in THE WAY OF THE DRAGON, which finds him playing a rigorously trained martial artist who travels from Hong Kong to Rome to help his cousin, whose restaurant is being threatened by a gang of thugs. Reaching new heights of physical virtuosity, Lee unleashes an astonishing display of nunchuck-swinging, fly-kicking mayhem, all culminating in one of his most breathtaking fights: an epic gladiatorial death match with Chuck Norris in the Roman Colosseum.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 99 minutes | Region A
Video -1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - Mandarin & English LPCM Mono
             Cantonese & English Dolby Digital Mono

  • NEW! Digital 4K Restoration!
  • Audio Commentary with Hong Kong film expert Mike Leeder.
  • Matthew Polly on The Way of the Dragon featurette.
  • Alternate Opening Credits
    Version 1
    Version 2
  • Legacy of the Dragon documentary
  • Bruce Lee Remembered featurette (in English and Cantonese with optional English subtitles where necessary).
  • Kung Fu? - Jon Benn remembers the shooting of the Film.
  • Trailers 
  • Radio Spot


Synopsis: At the height of his stardom in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was called to Hollywood to make the film that, perhaps more than any other, defines his legacy. His electrifying fighting style and the deeply personal philosophy that guided it received their fullest expression yet in this thrilling tale of a Shaolin fighter who goes undercover to infiltrate a treacherous island presided over by a renegade monk turned diabolical criminal mastermind.

Released just days after Lee’s tragic death, ENTER THE DRAGON went on to become his greatest international success and one of the most influential action movies ever made, with its famed hall-of-mirrors finale bringing together the physical and intellectual dimensions of his artistry in one dazzling set piece.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 99 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - English LPCM Mono

  • NEW! 2K Digital Restoration!
  • Matthew Polly on Enter the Dragon interview.
  • Blood and Steel - 2004 featurette.
  • Bruce Lee: In His Own Words - 1998 featurette.
  • 2003 Interview with Linda Lee Cadwell.
  • Interview with Tung Wai (in Cantonese with optional English subtitles).
  • Promotional Materials
    Electronic Press Kit
    Theatrical Trailers
    TV Spots
    Radio Spots


Synopsis: Released five years after Bruce Lee’s death, this eccentrically entertaining kung-fu curio combines footage from an unfinished project directed by and starring Lee with original material shot by ENTER THE DRAGON director Robert Clouse to create an entirely new work that testifies to the actor’s enduring place in the pop-culture imagination.

Using stand-ins, doubles, and archival footage to compensate for Lee’s absence, GAME OF DEATH follows a martial-arts movie star who, when he is threatened by a cutthroat crime syndicate intent on controlling his career, must take his skills from the soundstage to the streets. It all builds to an exhilarating climax that is pure Lee: a tour de force of martial-arts mastery in which the legend himself, clad in an iconic yellow jumpsuit, fights his way up a multilevel pagoda, with the towering Kareem Abdul-Jabbar among his formidable opponents.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 101 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - English LPCM 1.0
              English LPCM 1.0 (Japanese Theatrical Version)
  • NEW! 4K Digital Restoration!
  • Audio Commentary with Hong Kong film expert Mike Leeder.
  • Matthew Polly on Game of Death featurette
  • Game of Death Redux - new presentation of Lee’s original GAME OF DEATH footage, produced by Alan Canvan.
  • Alternate Footage:
    Alternate Opening Credits
    3 Alternate Endings
    4 Deleted Scenes
  • Game of Death Revisited - interview with actor Robert Wall.
  • Trailers


Synopsis: After Billy Lo is killed while seeking the murderers of his friend, his brother Bobby goes all out to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Disc Specs:
Not Rated | Color | 97 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - English Dolby Digital Mono

  • Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend 1973 documentary
  • Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend trailer 


Disc Specs: 
Not Rated | Color | 103 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.40:1)
Audio - English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 & LPCM 1.0

  • NEW! 2K digital restoration! 
  • Audio commentary with producer Paul M. Heller and screenwriter Michael Allin.
  • Risk and Reward - interview with producer Andre Morgan. 
  • Bruceploitation - interview with author Grady Hendrix.
  • Bruceploitation trailers
  • Match the Lips - interviews with voice performers Michael Kaye (the English-speaking voice of Lee’s Chen Zhen in Fist of Fury) and Vaughan Savidge. 
  • The Grandmaster and the Dragon documentary.

Criterion Collection's impressive BRUCE LEE: HIS GREATEST HITS set is now available wherever Blu-rays are sold and should cost between $87 - $100! Order a copy now from AMAZON, BULL MOOSE, DIABOLIK DVD, or get it directly from CRITERION's website! Or, if you're super lucky, you might be able to snag one for about $63 bucks at Barnes & Noble's 50% Criterion Sale that is going on right now!

Saturday, July 11, 2020

STOCK YOUR VAULT DOUBLE SHOT: New DVDs & Blu-rays for 06/30/2020 & 07/07/2020!

The B-Movie News Vault's STOCK YOUR VAULT Logo.
Vault Master's Pick of the Week for 06/30/2020 is Scream Factory's ORCA Blu-ray!
Vault Master's Pick of the Week for 06/30/2020!

Egads! Between late hours at the day job, almost weekly doctor appointments (I can't believe I'll be holding a miniature version of myself in my arms in about two months), and a recent mental health weekend, I haven't had much time or energy to devote to The Vault. So here I am playing catch-up yet again with a double dose of STOCK YOUR VAULT action!

On the final day of June 2020 there wasn't a whole lot to get excited for: Kino Lorber flooded retailers with multiple new titles on Blu-ray, including TEN LITTLE INDIANS, NOT FOR PUBLICATION, NARROW MARGIN, WILD PALMS, and SCENES FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLE IN BEVERLY HILLS, while our pals at Vinegar Syndrome delivered Blu-ray releases of THE IMMORTALIZER and PATTY HEARST.

MVD's Marquee Collection boasted a new Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO, Shudder's TERRIFIER made its Blu-ray debut, and Frolic Features dumped a bunch of double-feature DVD sets (listed in their own section below)! For obvious reasons (mainly out of my love for the recently deceased Ennio Morricone) Scream Factory's Blu-ray of ORCA: THE KILLER WHALE was my pick of the week!

To see the full list of June 30th's roster of DVDs & Blu-rays (plus THIS week's far better list of new releases), be sure to scroll on down!

House of Many Sorrows
James vs. His Future Self
Not for Publication (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Quija Blood Ritutal
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Ten Little Indians (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Wild Palms (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)

Astroganger: The Complete Series
Black Clover: Season 2, Part 5
Bleach (TV): Set 7
City Hunter: Season 1, Set 2
Crusher Joe: The Movie
Evil Deeds (Dark Night Films)
First Snow
The Immortalizer (Vinegard Syndrome)
Laurel and Hardy: The Definitive Restorations
Lupin the 3rd: Goodbye Partner
Midnight Occult Civil Servants: The Complete Series
Narrow Margin (Special Edition - Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Ninja Scroll: The Series
Orca: The Killer Whale (Scream Factory)
Patty Hearst (Vinegar Syndrome)
Sengoku Basara: The Last Party - The Movie
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings - Seasons 1 & 2
Sukiyaki Western Django (Collector's Edition - MVD Marquee Collection)
Terrifier (Shudder)
They're Inside

The Attic (Darkside Releasing)
Baby Frankenstein
Catch of the Day 2 (Unrated)
Challenge of 5 Gauntlets
Evil: Season One
Fox Force
Hag of Black Howe Moor
Hot Rod Horror
The Last Five Days
Sadistic Eroticism
Trespass into Terror
The Whispering Man
White Terror

Aenigma / Fatal Exposure
The Alien Factor / Innocent Party
Beach House / Battling Amazons
Dark Bar / The Smile of the Fox
Fury of the Wolfman / Werewolf vs. The Vampire Woman
The Kindred / The Laughing Dead
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man / Kidnapping, Caucasian Style
O-bi O-ba / Panic Beats
Princess Warrior / Avalon
Schoolgirl Chums / Macie Poupee
The Swiss Conspiracy / Horror Rises from the Tomb
Think Big / Treasure
The Tower / Initiation
What Now?! / Supernatural

Vault Master's Pick for the Week of 07/07/2020 is Criterion's new WAR OF THE WORLDS Blu-ray!
Vault Master's Pick of the Week (07/07/2020)!
Ah! And now we're just about all caught up Vault Dwellers! Just mere days ago, many of your favorite labels dropped some great releases on DVD & Blu-ray, I hope you've somehow managed to put aside some expendable income in these trying times we live in!

Shout! Factory's lone release of note is PROXIMITY (not available on both DVD & Blu-ray), Cult Epic's slightly delayed THE CLAIRE SINCLAIR SHOW, Severin Films unveiled their COMPLETE LENZI/BAKER GIALLO COLLECTION, and Code Red's dropped a new Special Edition Blu-ray of the cannibalistic Italian classic, JUNGLE HOLOCAUST!

Arrow Video flexes their might this week with a trio of new Blu-ray titles that includes BLACK RAINBOW, INFERNO OF TORTURE, and ZOMBIE FOR SALE, and Kino Lorber makes another strong showing with ne Blus of SPACED INVADERS, THE DAY THE EARTH CAUGHT FIRE, GO GO MANIA, THE FLESH AND THE FIENDS, THAT'LL BE THE DAY, and GRUNT! THE WRESTLING MOVIE!

But I'm giving the News Vault's "New Release Crown" (not actually a thing) to The Criterion Collection's all new Blu-ray of THE WAR OF THE WORLDS! Along with a new 4k restoration, this release contains featurettes about the making of the film, it's restoration, and contains various archival extras as well, including the infamous original Orson Welles radio play that (allegedly) terrified a nation!

There are a lot of other new titles out this week as well (including a lot of Region Free imports from Indicator/Powerhouse), so be sure to continue onward to view the entire list fellow collectors!

Belzebuth (Shudder)
The Day the Earth Caught Fire (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Escape Room: Quest of Fear
Five Must Die
Girls Guns and Blood (Darkside Releasing)
Neurosis (aka Revenge in the House of Usher - Redemption Films)
Proximity (Shout! Factory)
Safe Inside
Spaced Invaders (Special Edition - Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Stab Kill Die!
Take Back the Knife
The War of the Worlds (The Criterion Collection)

Black Rainbow (Arrow Video)
Bloodmania (Leomark Studios)
The China Syndrome (Indicator - Regio Free)
The Claire Sinclair Show (Cult Epics)
Cop Craft: The Complete Series
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (Indicator - Region Free)
Day of the Stranger
Fanatic (aka Die! Die! My Darling! - Indicator - Region Free)
The Flesh and the Fiends (Special Edition - Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Go Go Mania (aka Pop Gear - Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
The Gorgon (Indicator - Region Free)
Grunt! The Wrestling Movie (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
Inferno of Torture (Arrow Video)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set1: Phantom Blood & Battle Tendency
Jungle Holocaust (Special Edition - Code Red DVD)
Maniac (1963 - Indicator - Region Free)
Millennial Killer
P.O. Box Tinto Brass / IsTintoBrass (2-Disc Limited Edition - Cult Epics)
Prudence Drive
Shakugan no Shana: The Movie
Shakugan no Shana: Season I
Shakugan no Shana: Season II
Shakugan no Shana: Season III
Shakugan no Shana: S-OVA Series
That'll Be the Day (Kino Lorber Studio Classics)
The Wild Goose Lake
Wolf (Indicator - Region Free)
Zombie for Sale (Arrow Video)

Alice of The Last Escapade (Rogue Video)
Deadly Crush (Darkside Releasing)
Dead Voices
Holiday Hell
Judy and Punch
The Man from Kathmandu
Mark of the Devil 666
The Scientist
Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (Rogue Video)
Tooth Fairy: The Root of Evil
Virgin Cheerleaders in Chains (Darkside Releasing)

The Complete Lenzi/Baker Giallo Collection (Severin Films)
Contains: Orgasmo, So Sweet So Perverse, A Quiet Place to Kill, and Knife of Ice.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

ORCA Finally Gets Its North American Blu-ray Debut Thanks to Scream Factory!

Cover art for Scream Factory's Blu-ray release of ORCA: THE KILLER WHALE!

ORCA: THE KILLER WHALE is often lumped in with the slew of films that followed in JAWS' wake, and unfairly so because it has more in common with DEATH WISH than it does with Spielberg's eternal classic. ORCA has previously been released on (Region Free) Blu-ray by Umbrella Entertainment (read my review of that release HERE), so I'm guessing that this Scream Factory disc is basically a carbon copy as the only thing missing is the short 5-minute chat with Martha De Laurentiis. If you've been pining to revisit the dreaded "Orcabortion" scene in HD, well now is certainly the time to upgrade Vault Dwellers!

Synopsis: Sleek, intelligent, beautiful ... and hell-bent on revenge. Producer Dino De Laurentiis (KING KONG, RAGTIME) and director Michael Anderson (AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, LOGAN'S RUN) join forces to present the rousing action-adventure tale of ORCA: THE KILLER WHALE. It's the story of one powerful being against another: a strong, determined fisherman by the name of Captain Nolan (Richard Harris - UNFORGIVEN) versus an equally determined killer whale.

When the giant whale's pregnant mate is maimed and killed by Nolan, the whale seeks vengeance: smashing boats, attacking a seacoast village, and eventually luring his human adversaries to a final confrontation in the marine creature's own arctic turf. Charlotte Rampling, Will Sampson, and Bo Derek (in her feature film debut) also star in this seafaring epic brimming with nail-biting suspense and spectacular special effects!

Disc Specs:
Rated PG | Color | 82 minutes | Region A
Video - 1080p Widescreen (2.35:1)
Audio - English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 & 2.0 Mono

  • Audio Commentary With Author/Film Historian Lee Gambin
  • Theatrical Trailer
Scream Factory's Blu-ray of ORCA: THE KILLER WHALE is now available wherever Blu-ray discs are sold and should cost between $23 - $26! Get yourself a copy now from AMAZON, BULL MOOSE, DIABOLIK DVD, or directly from SHOUT! FACTORY.