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A NIGHT TO REMEMBER UNTIL THE DAY YOU DIE
World renowned psychic Raymar is found dead after announcing that he had uncovered the secret of how to become even more powerful in death through the use of telekinetic powers. At the same time, two high school girls plan an initiation night for their friend Julie (Meg Tilly, The Big Chill), who is determined to shed her "goody goody" image. Her test is to spend the night locked in the crypt - the same one that Raymar has been buried in that very day.
The crypt soon becomes a battlefield of horror involving unmatced special effects with vaults cracking and exploding, and coffins sliding out and splintering open, releasing decayed corpses to do Raymar's bidding.
The climatic surprise ending will chill the audience and consume them with terror in this shocking tale of horror from writer/director Tom McLoughlin (Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives) that takes you beyond fear!
Starring Meg Tilly, Melissa Newman, E.G. Daily, Adam West
- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the main feature (1.78:1) from the original camera negative with DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
- Audio commentary with director Tom McLoughlin and writer Michael Hawes
- Work print version of the film
- Commentary with director Tom McLoughlin and producer Michael Schroeder
- Interviews with director Tom McLoughlin, producer Michael Schroeder, actress E.G. Daily, make-up person Paul Clemens, director of photography Hal Trussell, production designer Craig Stearns and Nancy McLoughlin
Code Red // 1982 // 90 Minutes // Rated R // Color // English with English Subtitles // All Region
Please Note: This is the MVD Rewind Blu-ray, not the version that we sold previously.
FOUR STARS [out of five]... a guilty pleasure that is horrible in an endearing way. - Dread Central