Really? Well I'm the exact opposite I'm all about extras, its the best thing about DVDs, but then again I'm interested in how movies are made, why they are made etc; especially if they are movies that I love.
I can be too for sure. I like that stuff as well. In this case though, because the film has taken absolutely forever to get a release, it just won't bother me all that much. I want the film first and foremost.
October 20th marks the long anticipated release of the 1986 classic Night of the Creeps. Loaded with extras also.
Audio Commentary with Members of the Cast Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Fred Dekker Deleted Scenes Alternate Ending – Theatrical Version Original Theatrical Trailer Trivia Track 6 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes: Birth of the Creeps - Writer/Director Fred Dekker discusses his influences and early filmmaking experiences and how NIGHT OF THE CREEPS evolved into his debut feature film. Cast of the Creeps - Actors Jason Lively, Tom Atkins, Steve Marshall, and Actress Jill Whitlow talk about their experiences on the film, and how they have dealt with the film's enduring cult success over the past 25 years. Creating the Creeps - Make-Up FX Creators David B. Miller, Robert Kurtzman and others discuss the extensive make-up creations in the film, and how they brought the slithering sluglike "creeps" to life. Escape of the Creeps - A detailed look into the film's post-production and why the film was barely released to theatres with Writer/Director Fred Dekker, Composer Barry DeVorzon, and Producer Charles Gordon. Legend of the Creeps - Final words from the cast & crew on the film's enduring cult popularity plus interviews with the film’s biggest fans. Tom Atkins: Man of Action – A detailed look at the career of Tom Atkins with testimonials from filmmakers he’s worked with over the past thirty years. Footage from the June 2009 cast reunion screening at The Original Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Any fans here? Check this movie out come the holiday season if you haven't seen it yet. It's a fun watch. Chainsaw's seal of approval.
Post by Drayton Sawyer on Jul 21, 2012 19:58:38 GMT -5
Just saw it again. Tom Atkins is just so great in this film. Then again he's always great. Kind of bummed he died. But he does that a lot. I guess you could say the film had enough good in it to "Thrill me.". ;D