Thursday, June 11, 2015
Severin Films Announces "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau" on DVD and Blu-Ray
Severin Films recently released information for the upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray release of the horror documentary "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau". The documentary is about the untold story of Richard Stanley's "The Island of Moneau, which was one of the greatest cinematic train wrecks. The film is directed by David Gregory (The Theater Bizarre, Plague Town)
Special features on the DVD & Blu-Ray includes,Out-takes (sub-menu: Richard Stanley, Marco Hofschneider, Bruce Fuller, Jim Sbardellati, Graham Humphreys and others TBD, Graham Humphreys Concept Gallery With Commentary By Richard Stanley, Archive Moreau Interview With John Frankenheimer, Barbara Steele Recalls Moreau Audio Interview, The Beast Of Morbido Featurette,Return To The Moreau Locations Featurette, Boar Man Diary.
The film is available in Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray/DVD/CD combo pack and DVD. "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau" hits retail on July 14th.
In 1995, visionary writer/director Richard Stanley (HARDWARE, DUST DEVIL) got the green light for his dream project: An epic adaptation of H.G. Wells' 'The Island Of Doctor Moreau' starring Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer. But only days into production, an unprecedented storm of natural disasters, monstrous egos and disturbing imagery - along with chaos, insanity and witchcraft - would trigger perhaps the most infamous behind-the-scenes catastrophe in modern movie history.
Now director/producer David Gregory (THE THEATRE BIZARRE, PLAGUE TOWN) reveals the untold story behind one of the all-time greatest cinematic train wrecks (Variety) in this wonderfully weird and gripping (Entertainment Weekly) documentary featuring never-before-seen footage, startling new interviews with actors Fairuza Balk and Rob Morrow, studio executives, crew members and - for the first time ever - the notoriously reclusive Stanley himself, plus nearly 2 hours of exclusive Bonus Features.