Comic-con 2008 is just around the corner and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Anchor Bay have Robert Englund available for interviews, in support of Zombie Strippers, The Spectacular Spider-Man: Attack of the Lizard!, and Jack Brooks Monster Slayer.
Every man’s fantasy becomes his worst nightmare when Sony Pictures unleashes Zombie Strippers on Special Edition Unrated and Rated DVDs and Blu-ray High-Def (unrated version only) October 28, 2008. It’s all catfights and carnage when a secret government project goes disgustingly wrong, releasing an out-of-control deadly virus into a Nebraska gentlemen’s club. This horror-comedy stars icon of horror Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and media sensation Jenna Jameson, with a cast of scantily clad, flesh-eating specters. The Special Edition Unrated and Rated DVDs are infested with special features including two behind-the-scenes featurettes with a look at the gruesome zombie FX makeup, a commentary track with Robert Englund, Jenna Jameson and writer-director Jay Lee (The Slaughter), deleted scenes, and a Zombie Strippers subtitled fact track.
The Spectacular Spider-Man: Attack of the Lizard!
The web-slinging super hero returns in an all-new-to-DVD, full length animated adventure The Spectacular Spider-Man: Attack of the Lizard!, arriving on DVD September 9 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. The first of four full length Spider-Man animated adventures to be created from episodes of the hit TV series on the KidsWB!, The Spectacular Spider-Man: Attack of the Lizard! is executive produced by Stan Lee and produced by Greg Weisman and Diane A. Crea.
Jack Brooks Monster Slayer
Presented by Anchor Bay Entertainment, Jack Brooks Monster Slayer is an affectionate tribute to the monster movies of the 1980s. After witnessing the brutal murder of his family when he was just a young boy, Jack Brooks is left with an unquenchable fury. Now working as a plumber, Jack (Trevor Matthews) attempts to fix his Professor’s plumbing, only to unknowingly awake an ancient evil. Professor Crowley (Robert Englund) becomes possessed and starts a slow, gruesome transformation into the depths of evil. Only then does Jack realize that he can’t run from his past, and quickly discovers the true purpose of his inner rage. Jack Brooks Monster Slayer will have a limited theatrical release in late summer and arrive on DVD October 7, 2008.