Wednesday, April 20, 2016

RETURN OF THE KILLER TOMATOES Coming From Arrow Video in June

First and foremost, when do we get ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES ON BLU-RAY? The DVD has been out of print for quite awhile now. Not that I'm frowning on the latest announcement for June titles. Retunr of the Killer Tomatoes is coming to Blu-ray from Arrow US. This is the kind of stuff that schlockmeisters dream of. Sequels like this make you laugh and fondly bring back memories of the Killer Tomato cartoon and toy line. Still... I want that damn original movie! Get on it people.

Make sure to use all the popular home appliances... like your BLU-RAY PLAYER for this release!

Full release from MVD and Arrow below:

Return Of The Killer Tomatoes [Blu-ray] (June 28)

The Vegetables Of Doom!

The killer tomatoes are back! But this time around, they're going to have to contend with late '80s George Clooney and his wicked mullet... Is it a fruit? Is it a vegetable? Nope, it's Return of the Killer Tomatoes!

Ten years on from the Great Tomato War, mankind lives in fear of another uprising by the waxy red menace. Meanwhile, Professor Gangreen - played with gusto by John Astin from TV's The Addams Family - sets out to pursue his own evil ends by creating a burgeoning army of tomato militia men (who, somewhat conveniently, look just like regular men).

Following on from the 1978 cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Return of the Killer Tomatoes came armed with a healthy sense of its own ridiculousness and would expand upon a franchise that now comprises four films, two TV series and a video game. So what are you waiting for? Make Return of the Killer Tomatoes one of your five-a-day now!

- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
- Original Stereo audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray)
- Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
- Brand new audio commentary with writer-director John De Bello
- Brand new interview with star Anthony Starke
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matthew Griffin
- Fully-illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing by critic James Oliver

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