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Title: Kino Lorber Dan Curtis Announcements
Released: 2nd October 2018
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The Night Stalker

(1972)
  • Brand New 4K Restoration!
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas
  • NEW Interview with Director John Llewellyn Moxey
  • NEW Interview with Composer Bob Cobert
  • The Night Stalker: Dan Curtis Interview featurette
  • Limited Edition Booklet essay by Film critic and author Simon Abrams (Blu-ray only)
  • Newly Commissioned Art by Sean Phillips
  • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase (Blu-ray only)


Kino Lorber Dan Curtis Announcements

Quote: An investigative journalist takes a stab at the supernatural - This unforgettable first entry in the Night Stalker series introduced the world to the quirky reporter with a penchant for the paranormal and became one of the top-rated TV movies of all time. Investigating a series of Las Vegas murders, Carl Kolchak (Darren McGavin, The Night Strangler) discovers that each victim has been bitten in the neck and drained of blood. Though Kolchak's outlandish theory about the murders gets him nowhere with the police, his initiative to apprehend the killer himself gets him into hot water... with a modern-day vampire.


The Night Strangler

(1973)
  • Brand New 4K Restoration!
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas
  • NEW Interview with Composer Bob Cobert
  • Directing 'The Night Strangler' Featurette
  • Limited Edition Booklet essay by film critic and author Simon Abrams (Blu-ray only)
  • Newly Commissioned Art by Sean Phillips
  • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase (Blu-ray only)


Kino Lorber Dan Curtis Announcements

Quote: Supernatural phenomena, baffling murders and offbeat humor mark this second Night Stalker offering with a great cast and suspense so palpable, it'll feel like a presence right there in the room with you. Surfacing in Seattle, Kolchak (Darren McGavin, The Night Stalker) uncovers another maddening mystery: Ever 21 years - for the past century - a serial killer commits a spree of murders, drains his victims' blood and then quietly disappears. But Kolchak is on to this monster and is about to discover a shocking underground lair... an army of rotting corpses... and the ageless madman behind it all.


Trilogy of Terror

(1975)
  • Brand New 4K Restoration
  • Audio Commentary by Richard Harland Smith
  • Interview w/ Composer Bob Cobert
  • Audio Commentary w/ Karen Black & William F. Nolan
  • Richard Matheson: Terror Scribe
  • Three Colors Black
  • and more


Kino Lorber Dan Curtis Announcements

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