Eureka Bring Three Monster Tales Of Sci-fi Terror To Blu-ray

Eureka Entertainment is releasing Three Monster Tales Of Sci-fi Terror on blu-ray this April. The three films included are Man-Made Monster, The Monolith Monsters and Monster on the Campus.

Man-Made Monster (1941) is a black and white American sci-fi horror film starring Lon Chaney, Jr.

Meanwhile The Monolith Monsters (1957) is a b/w science fiction film based on a Jack Arnold and Robert M. Fresco starring Grant Williams.

Lastly Monster on the Campus (1958) is an American b/w science fiction horror Arthur Franz.

Eureka Entertainment makes no mention of any of these being restored only listing them as 1080p presentations. I think these sci-fi films may require a closer look!

Three Monster Tales Of Sci-fi Terror Blu-ray

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • 1080p Presentations on Blu-ray
  • Limited Edition O-Card slipcase
  • Disc One – Man-Made Monster and The Monolith Monsters
  • Disc Two – Monster on the Campus (available in both 1.33:1 and 1.85:1 aspect ratios)
  • Man-Made Monster – Brand New Audio Commentary with Author Stephen Jones & Critic Kim Newman
  • The Monolith Monsters – Brand New Audio Commentary with Kevin Lyons & Jonathan Rigby
  • Monster on the Campus – Brand New Audio Commentary with Author Stephen Jones & Critic Kim Newman
  • A Limited Edition Collector’s Booklet

You can pre-order the Blu-ray on Amazon for £22.99 (Prices correct as of 07.04.22).

Alternatively you purchase directly from Eureka’s website for £24.99

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Three Monster Tales Of Sci-fi Terror Blu-ray releases in the UK on the 11th April 2022.


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