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Children of the ’80s, take note: Scream Factory will be releasing a horror favorite from that decade to blu-ray just in time for Christmas. The title in question is Nightmares, a horror anthology that became a cable and video rental staple during the VHS era. Cult movie fans will love the cast, which features names like Emilio Estevez, Cristina Raines and Lance Henriksen. Read on for the phantasmagorical portmanteau details, including a rundown of the extras (which include two different viewing formats) and cover art…

An Anthology of Terror!

NIGHTMARES

Available December 22nd , 2015 from Scream Factory

Nightm83-bluOn December 22nd, 2015, Scream Factory brings you four tales of horror, complete with shocking twists that will freeze the scream in your throat! The fan favorite horror anthology Nightmares brings a supernatural twist to popular urban legends. Available for the first time on Blu-ray, Nightmares includes a new audio commentary with executive producer Andrew Mirisch and actress Cristina Raines as a bonus feature, as well as the original theatrical trailer and radio spots. Fans can pre-order their copies now by visiting ShoutFactory.com

 

In Nightmares, a pack of cigarettes, a video game, a pick-up truck and a stately colonial home all become key elements in four petrifying tales of terror in the anthology film directed by Joseph Sargent (The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three, White Lightning).

 

A chain-smoking homemaker (Cristina Raines, The Sentinel) insists on going out for cigarettes even when an escaped madman is on the loose in “Terror in Topanga.”

 

Then,  J.J. Cooney (Emilio Estevez, Young Guns), a video game hot-shot, dares to take on a strange challenger – though it may cost him his life – in “The Bishop of Battle.”

 

A troubled priest (Lance Henriksen, Aliens) seeks to find the faith he has lost on the road, but instead he finds that someone (or something) in this desert is trying to drive him out of his mind in “The Benediction.”

 

Claire (Veronica Cartwright – Alien) hears rats in the walls. Her husband (Richard Masur – The Thing) believes he can take care of the problem with a few rat traps, but this problem is only going to get much bigger in “Night of the Rat.”

Nightmares Bonus Features

  • Available in Two Versions: 1080p High Definition Widescreen (1.78:1) and Full Frame (1.33.1)
  • Audio commentary with executive producer Andrew Mirisch and actress Cristina Raines
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Radio Spots