SGL Entertainment has announced they will release a ten-year anniversary cut of Gregory Blair’s DEADLY REVISIONS! The special cut of the film will be released on December 13th. The film stars cult horror star Bill Oberst Jr. You can get more details about the release below.
From The Press Release
Just in time for the Halloween season, SGL Entertainment has announced a
12/13/22 release date for the 10-year anniversary cut of Gregory Blair’s
psychological thriller “Deadly Revisions”. The new cut, geared to be a
collector’s edition, comes complete with cast interviews and previously
unreleased, behind-the-scenes media for those who purchase a DVD or
Writer/director Blair said: “I was itching to make little tweaks to the film, so I was thrilled to finally be able to do that. Some changes will be obvious to fans familiar with the film, others will be hardly noticeable at all—which is a good thing; with film, like with a magic trick, you never want people to see the strings. And we never did cast interviews, so it was a bonus to get to do those this time around.”
In the film, Emmy Award winning horror film favorite Bill Oberst, Jr. plays
Grafton Torn—an amnesiac horror film writer for whom hypnotherapy and
nightmares reveal terrifying images that just can’t be real. Or can they? A
valentine to the horror genre, the film provides familiar tropes and loving
winks to masters such as DePalma, Raimi and Hitchcock. As Grafton
examines his past, the film examines the art of the horror film itself and its
own value as a fun and safe place to confront fears while dealing with demonic
dolls, hooded figures and other things that go bump in the night.
The film earned Blair the EOTM Award for “Best Director of an Indie Horror
Film”, “Best Picture” from Matchflick.com, “Best Screenplay” from the Terror
Film Festival and more. Reviewers hailed it as “A twisted mind bender!”
(Twisted Central) and “Visionary!” (A Bucket of Corn) with “Genuine Fun
Jolts!” (Ain’t It Cool News).
The DVD and Bluray will include interviews with Oberst, Mikhail Block
(Deter), Lise Hart (Kat) and Blair himself. It will be a horror film collector’s
must-have. So, get ready to fill those stockings this December with a brandnew cut of an old-fashioned classic.