Scott Valentine is cool guy. He’s best known for playing the kinda goofy Nick on Family Ties, but made plenty of low budget horror film. My brother worked with Scott on a Corman production. If a crew member accidentally called him “Nick,” Scott treated it as a nickname. He didn’t even correct people. He was cool with it. Now one of Scott’s horror films is getting the Scream Factory treatment. Deadtime Stories was a horror anthology that came out in 1986. Being as cool as Scott is, he sits down for a bonus feature interview. Here’s the press release from Scream Factory about the upcoming Deadtime Stories release:
NEW DVD + BLU-RAY™ COMBO PACK
ARRIVING FEBRUARY 28
NO ONE LIVES HAPPILY EVER AFTER….
Los Angeles, CA – Your favorite nightmares come to life in a salute to the age-old bedtime story ritual when Deadtime Stories arrives on Blu-ray + DVD, and digital formats, from Scream Factory™ on February 28, 2017. The set is loaded with bonus features, including a new interview and new audio commentary with co-writer/director Jef Delman, and new interviews with actors Cathryn de Prume, Melissa Leo and Scott Valentine.
Travel on a mysterious journey to a medieval world populated by blood-crazed witches, evil experiments and captive maidens. Then from the catacombs and dark caverns of medieval Europe, you’ll plunge into modern suburbia and the adventures of a female jogger stalked by a savage werewolf. Finally, sensuality will become macabre, black comedy as you follow the trail of three bank robbers who share their country house hideaway with a sweet murderess.
· New Hi-Def Transfer From the Original Negative
· NEW Audio Commentary with co-writer/director Jef Delman
· NEW I Like the Grotesque – an interview with co-writer/director Jef Delman
· NEW interviews with actors Cathryn de Prume, Melissa Leo and Scott Valentine
· The Black Forest – an alternate cut of the first story
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