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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: SEV14436BR
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • UPC: 760137144366
  • Street Date: 02/27/24
  • PreBook Date: 01/23/24
  • Label: Severin Films »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 86 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1986
  • Region Code: 1
  • Box Lot:
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actors:
  •       Scott Schwartz as Jonathan
  •       Robert Deveau as Morgan Randall
  •       Donna Asali as Shelly Godwin
  •       Robert Allen as Dr. Carstairs
  •       Bob Sacchetti as Man in Black
  •       Zita Johann as Librarian
  •       Corri Burt as Michelle
  •       Leonard Corman as Dr. Kapek
  •       Christine Farish as Karen
  •       Nino Rigali as Detective Kruger
  •       Barbara Patterson as Mrs. Levitt
  •       Tex Tuttle as Truck Driver
  • Director: Samuel M. Sherman
  • Producer: Dan Q. Kennis
  • Producers: Dan Q. Kennis

 

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Raiders Of The Living Dead

An exuberant zombie film featuring such unlike elements as nuclear terrorism, mad doctors and children making ray guns from LaserDisc players.

Raiders Of The Living Dead
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THE ULTIMATE PRESENTATION WITH 4+ HOURS OF SPECIAL FEATURES

In the early '80s, Independent-International co-founder/president Samuel M. Sherman (DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN) took an unfinished zombie movie by Brett Piper (QUEEN CRAB) and began tinkering. He shot additional scenes featuring nuclear terrorists, a mad doctor, a kid (former child star Scott Schwartz of A CHRISTMAS STORY, THE TOY and NEW WAVE HOOKERS 5 fame) who converts a LaserDisc player into a ray gun, 1930's cowboy star Bob Allen, a roasted hamster, The Three Stooges and retired octogenarian Zita Johann (THE MUMMY), then added an unstoppable earworm of an opening credits song to create a drive-in epic unlike any ever experienced before or since. RAIDERS OF THE LIVING DEAD is now scanned in 2K from the negative of the final release version, with over 4 hours of new & archival Special Features - including two previous cuts in their entirety - that reveal the full insane saga.

Special Features

  • Audio Commentary With Director/Producer Samuel M. Sherman
  • Audio Commentary With Actor Robert Deveau
  • Things To Do In Jersey When You're Dead - Interviews With Fangoria Writer Tim Ferrante, Editor John Donaldson And Soundtrack Composer George Edward Ott
  • DYING DAY - Original Cut (80 mins)
  • DARK NIGHT - Second/Alternate Version (72 mins)
  • THE WEIRD STRANGER - Short Film Produced By Samuel M. Sherman
  • Dark Nights And Dying Days - Behind-The-Scenes Stills Gallery
  • Documents Of The Dead - Production Gallery
  • Trailer
  • Media

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    Bonus Materials

    • Audio Commentary With Director/Producer Samuel M. Sherman
    • Audio Commentary With Actor Robert Deveau
    • Things To Do In Jersey When You're Dead - Interviews With Fangoria Writer Tim Ferrante, Editor John Donaldson And Soundtrack Composer George Edward Ott
    • DYING DAY - Original Cut (80 mins)
    • DARK NIGHT - Second/Alternate Version (72 mins)
    • THE WEIRD STRANGER - Short Film Produced By Samuel M. Sherman
    • Dark Nights And Dying Days - Behind-The-Scenes Stills Gallery
    • Documents Of The Dead - Production Gallery
    • Trailer

    Sales Points

    • For fans of DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN
    • For fans of Independent-International Pictures Corp.
    • For fans of independent horror cinema
    • For fans of BRAIN OF BLOOD
    • For fans of unusual zombie films

    Press Quotes

    Proudly within the Independent-International tradition... It demonstrates that Sam Sherman was perfectly capable of performing an Al Adamson-style job all by himself.

         —1000 Misspent Hours

    It's so damn weird that everyone should experience it... It manages to mix terrorists, zombies, a sociopathic kid who invents a death ray, The Three Stooges and one of the most brilliant opening songs you've ever heard.

         —Through The Shattered Lens

    Fascinating and surprisingly fun... It could very well be Sam Sherman's greatest accomplishment since Zandor Vorkov.

         —Temple of Schlock

      

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