Scream Factory Sends Tobe Hooper’s INVADERS FROM MARS To Bluray This April!!

SCREAM-FACTORY-LOGOYou love Scream Factory, I love Scream Factory, we all love Scream Factory. It’s time to love the gang at SF a little more, with their announcement of Tobe Hooper’s 1986 remake of INVADERS FROM MARS making its Bluray debut, when it hits shelves on April 7th. The last time we saw the Scream Factory treatment of a Hooper film, was the AWESOME Bluray release of LIFEFORCE (the collector’s edition of it has sadly gone semi-out of print now), and INVADERS FROM MARS is yet another underrated gem in the filmography of Hooper, so with the announcement, along with a BRAND NEW retrospective including on the disc, it’s martian time. We all love Leatherface and Co. but hey, let’s get us some aliens!

” Little David Gardner’s starry-eyed dreams turn into an out-of-this-world nightmare when invaders from the red planet land in his backyard and unleash their hostilities on unsuspecting earthlings! Paralyzed with fear as the aliens take over the minds of his mother, father and even his classmates, David must somehow find a way to stop them- before they turn the whole human race into brain-dead zombies!

Showcasing special effects from John Dykstra (Star Wars) and the creations of Stan Winston (Aliens), and starring Karen Black (House Of 1,000 Corpses), Hunter Carson (Paris, Texas), Timothy Bottoms (Rollercoaster), Louise Fletcher (Flowers In The Attic), James Karen (The Return Of The Living Dead) and Bud Cort (Harold And Maude), this thrilling remake is a must-own for horror fans.”

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Invaders from Mars Bonus Features

  • New audio commentary with director Tobe Hooper
  • The Martians Are Coming! – The Making of “Invaders from Mars”, an all-new retrospective featuring interviews with director Tobe Hooper, actor Hunter Carson, special creature effects artists Alec Gillis and Gino Crognale, and composer Christopher Young
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV spot
  • Original Storyboards
  • Original Production Illustration Gallery with commentary from artist William Stout.
  • Still Gallery
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