Lionsgate UK are pleased to announce three more cult classics joining their Vestron
Collector’s Series. Originally released by Vestron Video, these classic cult horror
titles are restored and remastered on Blu-ray™ and packed with hours of special

Dementia 13 (1963): Director’s Cut

Presented in a high-definition director’s cut, Francis Ford Coppola’s first ever film Dementia 13 is quintessential gothic horror, wrapped in the twisted mysteries of a family’s deepest, darkest secrets. A widow deceives her late husband’s mother and brothers into thinking he’s still alive when she attends the yearly memorial to his drowned sister, hoping to secure his inheritance. But her cunning is no match for the demented, axe-wielding thing roaming the grounds of the family’s Irish estate in this cult favourite featuring Patrick Magee (The Legend of Hell House, A Clockwork Orange) and Luana Anders (The Trip, Night Tide).

Blu-ray and DVD Special Features
• Introduction by Francis Ford Coppola
• Audio Commentary by director Francis Ford Coppola
• Prologue (Dementia 13 Test)

Certification: 15
Run time: 75 mins
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The Wraith (1986)

Charlie Sheen, Nick Cassavetes (Face/Off), Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks), and Randy Quaid
(Independence Day) star in this turbocharged cult classic! When four glowing orbs crash
into each other over the Arizona desert, they leave in their wake a badass Dodge Turbo
Interceptor, and its enigmatic, helmeted driver. The next day, the mysterious Jake (Sheen)
appears in the town of Brooks, catching the eye of Keri (Fenn) and the ire of Packard
(Cassavetes), the ruthless leader of a gang of street racers. When gang members start
losing races, and lives, to the Interceptor, the recent death of Keri’s boyfriend suddenly
seems connected to the arrival of Jake, the unbeatable car…and an avenging entity called
The Wraith.

Blu-ray and DVD Special Features:
• Audio Commentary with writer/director Mike Marvin
• Audio Commentary with actors Dave Sherrill and Jamie Bozian
• Isolated Score Selections featuring audio interview with co-composer J. Peter
• Tales From The Desert – An interview with writer/director Mike Marvin
• Rughead Speaks! – An interview with Actor Clint Howard
• Ride of the Future – Interviews with stunt coordinator Buddy Joe Hooker and
transportation coordinator Gary Hellerstein
• The Ghost Car – Interviews with visual effects producer Peter Kuran and effects
animator Kevin Kutchaver
• The Wraith Filming Locations: Then and Now
• Theatrical Trailer
• TV Spots
• Alternate Title Sequence
• Still Gallery

Certification: 15
Run time: 93 mins
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Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (1989)

The road to Purgatory is paved with good intentions, and Count Mardulak (David Carradine)
wouldn’t have it any other way. He’s seeking atonement for centuries of human carnage,
which is why he’s instructed Purgatory’s vampire residents to slather on SPF 100 sunblock,
pursue daytime activities… and drink only synthetic blood. But some vampires don’t agree
with Mardulak — they want the real thing — and if that means wooden bullets flying in a
vampire civil war, so be it! This wild horror-comedy also stars Bruce Campbell (The Evil
Dead franchise), M. Emmet Walsh (Blade Runner), and John Ireland (Spartacus).

Blu-ray and DVD Special Features:
• Audio Commentary with Director Anthony Hickox and Director of Photography Levie
• Isolated Score Selections and Audio Interviews with Music Historian Randall Larson
and Producer Jefferson Richard
• Wild Weird West – An Interview with Director Anthony Hickox
• Bloodsuckers from Purgatory – An Interview with Special Make-up Effects Creator
Tony Gardner
• Memories of Moab – An Interview with Actor Bruce Campbell
• A Vampire Reformed – An Interview with Actor David Carradine
• A True Character – An Interview with Actor M. Emmet Walsh
• Theatrical Trailer
• Still Gallery

Certification: 15
Run time: 104 mins
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Dementia 13, The Wraith and Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat are on Blu-ray 15
November from Lionsgate UK

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