30 January 2013 6:20 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Last year Shout! Factory's horror branch Scream Factory came out of the corner swinging.  They dropped a series of well-received releases focused mainly on 1980s films that hadn't been shown any love on home video, including Halloween III: Season of the Witch and Tobe Hooper's The Funhouse.  Their first release for 2013 is Wes Craven's 1981 tale of farmland terror Deadly Blessing - a film that's never been released in the U.S. on DVD or Blu-ray.  Find out how this overlooked, pre-Nightmare on Elm Street film fares on Blu-ray after the jump. It's the one year anniversary of farmer John Schmidt (Jeff East) and his wife Martha (Maren Jensen).  John used to belong to a traditionalist Christian group known as the Hittites - a group that makes "the Amish seem like swingers."  Unable to stomach his overbearing father, Hittite leader Isaiah (Ernest Borgnine), John ran away to NYC.  There he met Martha. »

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