The Kiss Of The Vampire Hits Blu-ray In July From Scream Factory

The Kiss of the Vampire is the latest Hammer horror film to make its way to Blu-ray from Scream Factory. It will be released on July 14th. The 1963 film stars Clifford Evans, Edward de Souza, Noel Willman, Jennifer Daniel, and Barry Warren in a tale of a honeymoon gone terribly wrong, as they usually do in horror films. They stumble upon a family of vampires and slowly start to fall under the head vampire Dr. Ravna. The Kiss of the Vampire is not the most well-known Hammer film, but it is a fan favorite. Down below, you can find the technical specs for the film, along with the brand new cover made for the movie by Scream Factory.

The Kiss Of The Vampire Hits Blu-ray In July From Scream Factory
The Kiss of the Vampire

 

The Kiss of the Vampire Blu-ray Specs

Lost on the way to their honeymoon, a young couple stumbles upon a mysterious family of vampires and their unspeakably evil leader. When a wrong turn leaves newlyweds Marianne and Gerald Harcourt stranded in a remote Bavarian forest, they have no choice but to accept the hospitality of the hypnotic Dr. Ravna, distinguished lord of a nearby castle. Ravna uses his "children" to lure the newlyweds to his lair, and soon they are plunged into a nightmare of horror and deception from which there may be no escape. Their only hope is Professor Zimmer, who calls upon an ancient ritual in a desperate attempt to destroy the vampires and free Marianne from Ravna's power.

Special Features and Technical Specs:

  • NEW 2K RESTORATION OF THE FILM IN TWO ASPECT RATIOS (1.85:1 and 1.66:1)
  • NEW Audio Commentary With Author/Film Historian Steve Haberman And Filmmaker/Film Historian Constantine Nasr On The 1.66:1 Version
  • NEW The Men Who Made Hammer: Composer James Bernard
  • NEW The Men Who Made Hammer: Production Designer Bernard Robinson
  • Audio Commentary With Actors Edward De Souza And Jennifer Daniels, Moderated By Peter Irving On The 1.85:1 Version
  • Original Theatrical Trailer & TV Spot
  • TV Version Kiss Of Evil With Optional Audio Commentary By Film Historians Troy Howarth And Nathaniel Thompson (In Standard Definition – 1.33.1)
  • Additional Scenes Added To The TV Version Kiss Of Evil
  • Kiss Of Evil TV Trailer
  • Optional English subtitles for the main feature

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