Blu-ray/DVDetails: “LORDS OF SALEM” and “CURSE OF CHUCKY,” plus “CHUCKY” art


The latest from Rob Zombie and that living doll are both coming to disc this fall, and details on both have just been released, along with cover art for Chucky’s latest adventure.

Anchor Bay Films has announced that THE LORDS OF SALEM, Rob Zombie’s venture into Euro-style surrealism starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Ken Foree, Patricia Quinn, Dee Wallace and Judy Geeson, will hit DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo with UltraViolet Digital Copy September 3. Both will present the film in anamorphic widescreen with Dolby TrueHD 5.1 audio on the Blu-ray and Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD; each will include limited-edition collectible packaging and audio commentary by Zombie. Retail prices are $26.98 for the DVD and $30.99 for the combo pack; final cover art is coming soon.

CURSE OF CHUCKY, whose trailer was just unleashed (see it here), arrives October 8 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment on Blu-ray/DVD combo pack (containing both rated and unrated versions) with UltraViolet, preceded by digital availability September 24. Writer/director Don Mancini’s sequel will also be part of CHUCKY: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION LIMITED EDITION, all six films in DVD and Blu-ray sets, coming on the 8th. CURSE will be in anamorphic 1.78:1 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 sound on the DVD and DTS 5.1 Master Audio on the Blu-ray; special features on both discs are:

• Audio commentary by Mancini, puppeteer Tony Gardner and star Fiona Dourif

• Deleted Scenes

• Gag reel

• “Playing with Dolls: The Making of CURSE OF CHUCKY” featurette

Plus the following extras exclusive to the Blu-ray:

• “Living Doll: Bringing Chucky to Life” featurette on the Alterian FX company

• “Voodoo Doll: The Chucky Legacy” featurette on the character’s history

• Storyboard comparisons


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