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Yes, the classic 1984 film Trancers is now available on Blu-ray from Full Moon Entertainment, and a grand release party is planned for July 19 in Burbank, CA. Also, one lucky entrant is going to win a copy of the disc signed by star Tim Thomerson.
The Trancers Blu-ray contains both the original version of the film and a remastered 2014 edition with incredible sound and images. Tons of special features include interviews, audio commentary, and a complete Trancers: City of Lost Angels segment.
Fans of the film could not ask for a better Blu-ray rendering!
And those of you interested in winning a free copy need to simply go to Full Moon Entertainment's Facebook posting about the Trancers Blu-ray and share it. One lucky winner chosen at random will receive the film signed by Thomerson.
As for the release party, Full Moon Entertainment's horror/alternative/cult magazine Delirium is hosting »
- Scott Hallam
Say what you will about Charles Band and his Full Moon Entertainment company, but I’m a fan. Even more so, I’m a pretty intense fan of his 1985 sci-fi action film, Trancers, a film I hold very close to my heart. While some fans might have been less than excited about the most recent DVD transfer, it looks as if all of that is set to be redeemed with a brand new, all inclusive Bluray of the cult classic, when it hits Bluray, exclusively to FullMoonDirect.com and Amazon.com this July 21st. Included, along with a good amount of special features is the complete “Trancers: City Of Lost Angels” segment, which until recently was lost for many year. I don’t know about you fright fiends, but I’ll most definitely be picking this one up while gelling up my hair, because, as we all know “Dry hair »
- Jerry Smith
Released at the height of the straight to video techno-horror phase that rode in on the coat-tails of The Lawnmower Man and also saw the release of films such as Evolver and Brainscan, Arcade was, I think, unfairly overlooked, at least in the UK, at the time due to poor distribution, a lack of big-name stars (unlike Brainscan which had a post-T2 Edward Furlong, the biggest stars in Arcade were A Christmas Story’s Peter Billingsley and St:tng’s John De Lancie), and effects that – even though they were apparently redone after the film was completed – did not compare to other CGI-heavy films at the time.
- Phil Wheat
Two of my favourite Full Moon flicks, Dollman and Demonic Toys, have been given the Blu-ray treatment by the folks at 88 Films. Already owning the pair on DVD we take a look at these new releases to see how they compare and if the new Blus are worthy of an upgrade…
Former funnyman, turned TV stalwart, turned action star, Tim Thomerson had already made a name for himself in the Empire Pictures/Full Moon franchise Trancers before spoofing the very same character and his take no crap persona in Dollman for one of my favourite directors, Albert Pyun.
Brick Bardo (Thomerson) is a traveller from outer space who is forced to land on Earth. Though regular sized on his home planet, he is doll-sized here on Earth, »
- Phil Wheat
4 items from 2014
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