Part No: DVD8201
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Product Types: Products | Movies & TV
Lines: Cult Cinema Icons | Cult Flavor
Genres: Action | Adventure | Horror | Suspense | Thrillers
Studio: Dark Sky Films | Glass Eye Pix
Original U.S. Release: October 1, 2010
Item Release Date: August 2, 2011
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America has fallen. A vampire scourge sweeps the nation, turning brother on brother and parent on child as the blood-hungry beasts take deeper and deeper hold upon the land. It s hard for the survivors to know whether to be more afraid of the creatures themselves or the violent religious groups that have sprung up in response, but there is clearly only one choice: fight or die.
Connor Paolo (GOSSIP GIRL) stars as Martin, a young man traveling with only his taciturn mentor a hardened fighter known simply as Mister as protection against this blasted earth in search of the rumoured safe haven of New Eden. Winner of the Midnight Madness Award at the Toronto International Film Festival and hailed as the American horror film of the year (Todd Brown, TwitchFilm.com), STAKE LAND establishes director Jim Mickle as a leader in the new generation of horror.
- Two feature-length cast and crew commentaries: Jim Mickle, Nick Damici, Connor Paolo, Larry Fessenden, Brent Kunkle, Peter Phok, Adam Folk, Ryan Samul, Graham Reznick and Jeff Grace
- Going for the Throat: The Making of Stake Land Featurette by Eric Stanze
- Seven (7) Short Film Character Prequels
- Video Diaries by Jim Mickle: Pre-Production, Visual FX and Post Production
- Toronto International Film Festival Premiere and Q&A
- Runtime: 98
- Subtitles: English SDH
- Audio: English 5.1
- Number of Discs: 2
- Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
- Region: 1
Cast: Adam Scarimbolo | Chance Kelly | Connor Paolo | Danielle Harris | Eilis Cahill | Gregory Jones | Heather Robb | James Godwin | Kelly McGillis | Larry Fessenden | Marianne Hagan | Michael Cerveris | Nick Damici | Sean Nelson | Stuart Rudin | Tim House | Traci Hovel | Vonia Arslanian
Directors: Jim Mickle