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The Monster Squad Scares Its Path to 4K Ultra HD This Autumn

The Monster Squad Scares Its Path to 4K Ultra HD This Autumn

Get ready to relive the thrills of the ’80s with the remastered release of the cult classic ‘The Monster Squad.’ This beloved film is set to make its chilling debut on 4K Ultra HD in a special three-disc set from Kino Lorber, hitting the shelves on November 28.

This upgraded home media release is a treat for fans, offering a treasure trove of bonus content. You can dive deep into the film’s secrets with two audio commentaries. The first commentary features director Fred Dekker and cinematographer Bradford May, while the second includes Dekker alongside actors Andre Gower, Ryan Lambert, and Ashley Bank. On the second disc, you’ll find TV spots, the theatrical trailer, deleted scenes, an animated storyboard sequence, and a captivating stills gallery.

But that’s not all—this release goes above and beyond. In addition to the 4K remaster, sourced from the original 35mm camera negative, you’ll receive a third disc featuring the 2018 documentary ‘Wolfman’s Got Nards.’ Directed by Andre Gower, one of the stars of the original film, this documentary offers a heartfelt look back at ‘The Monster Squad’s’ enduring cult following and its impact on pop culture. Joining in are notable figures like Shane Black, Seth Green, Adam Goldberg, Heather Langenkamp, Adam Green, and Chuck Russel.

After 36 years since its debut, ‘The Monster Squad’ still stands as an enduring fixture among ’80s cult classics.

Despite a less-than-spectacular box office debut in 1987, ‘The Monster Squad’ has grown into an ’80s cult classic. It brings together a group of kids with a passion for Universal Monsters, who find themselves facing these iconic creatures, including Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, the Mummy, the Wolfman, and Gill-Man, as they rise from Limbo. Together, these young heroes must battle the forces of evil that threaten their small town.

Over the years, the film’s loving tribute to classic Universal horror films from the Golden Age of Hollywood has solidified its status as a genre classic. It has even left its mark on contemporary projects like ‘Stranger Things.’ Now, with the upcoming 4K Ultra HD release, both devoted fans and a new generation can experience the spine-tingling magic of ‘The Monster Squad’ like never before when it arrives this Fall. Source

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