Hammer’s Vampire Circus Blu-ray Coming November 2022 – Classic Horror?

Strawberry Media has announced that they will be releasing the Hammer film, Vampire Circus (1972) on blu-ray this November in the UK. It was initially due out in October but has slipped back a few weeks.

Directed by Robert Young, the film stars Adrienne Corri, Anthony Higgins, John Moulder-Brown, Lynne Frederick, Lalla Ward and Robin Sachs.

I’ll add the original trailer at the bottom of the page.

Vampire Circus Blu-ray (50th Anniversary Limited Edition)

There’s no word on whether this version has been restored but the film has been out on blu-ray back in 2010/11 in other countries. It may well be the same version but I’ll update this page if and when I have more information.

The special features include a 12 page booklet, reversible sleeve, interviews, features and a stills gallery.

Vampire Circus Blu-ray


  • 1 Disc
  • Region Code: B
  • Picture: 1080p HD 1.66:1?
  • Audio: TBC
  • Running Time: ? mins approx
  • Language: English


  • 12 Page Booklet (New Essay by The Evolution Of Horror’s Mick Muncer)
  • Reversible Sleeve
  • ‘The Bloodiest Show On Earth’ Documentary with Interviews from Director Joe Dante & Actor Dave Prowse
  • Visiting The House Of Hammer
  • Gallery Of Grotesques – A Brief History of Circus Horrors
  • Vampire Circus – Interactive Comic Book
  • Stills Gallery

You can pre-order now on blu-ray from Amazon for £19.99 (Price correct as of 08.09.22).

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Vampire Circus blu-ray releases on 21st November 2022 in the UK.

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Original Theatrical Trailer

No representative of the Strawberry Media 50th Anniversary Limited Edition blu-ray.

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