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Lionsgate and Vestron are Ensuring We See the Coolest Copy of ‘Slaughter High’ Possible!

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Lionsgate and Vestron are going to be blessing us with a killer goofy but awesome classic, Slaughter High (the unrated version), on Blu-ray – for the very first time. If you’re a fan of the 1986 cult classic, now is the time see the film, as it’s going to look much better, sound much better and feature some cool perks.

This is one to invest in!

Here’s some solid information from the press release:

Surviving high school is murder with the Vestron Video Collector’s Series’ upcoming release of Slaughter High, arriving for the first time on limited-edition Blu-ray™ uncut on October 31 from Lionsgate. A high school prank gone wrong comes back to haunt the offenders during their five-year high school reunion. From the makers of Friday the 13th, Slaughter High includes all-new special features, including the “Going to Pieces” and “My Days at Doddsville” featurettes, an audio commentary with co-writers/directors George Dugdale and Peter Litten, and more! Restored and remastered, the limited-edition Vestron Video Collector’s Series Slaughter High Blu-ray will be available for the suggested retail price of $39.97.

Here’s a look at the bonus supplements will be treated to!

BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Co-Writers/Directors George Dugdale and Peter Litten
  • Audio Interview with Composer Harry Manfredini featuring Isolated Music and SFX Selections
  • “Going to Pieces” Featurette with Co-Writer/Director Mark Ezra
  • “My Days at Doddsville” Featurette with Actress Caroline Munro
  • Alternate Title Sequence
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Radio Spots
  • Still Gallery

Synopsis:

There’s horror in the halls . . . lynching in the lunchroom . . . murder in the metal shop. Welcome to Slaughter High — where the students are dying to get out! In high school, Marty was the kid all the students teased, taunted, and tortured mercilessly. One day, things went too far — one of their jokes backfired, disfiguring Marty for life. Now, five years later, Marty has arranged a special reunion for all his high school “friends.” The prom queen, the jock, the class clown, the rebel, and a few select others have been invited . . . and it’s going to be a gala of gore!

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