Monday, September 19, 2016
90's Cult Sci-Fi Film "Phobe" Makes Its DVD Debut
Intervision Picture Corp recently send us information for the upcoming DVD release of the 90
s DIY Cult Film "Phobe". The film is being released for the first time on DVD.
Special features on the DVD includes Audio commentary by writer/director Erica Benedikty, moderated by Paul Corupe (Canuxploitation.com) and Peter Kuplowsky (Laser Blast Film Society), Director Erica Benedikty's first feature-length movie, BACK IN BLACK, The Making of PHOBE: A documentary on the creation of the film and it's continuing legacy, Q&A with cast and crew following home town screening in St. Catharines, Ontario, Original FX shots from 1995 broadcast version of PHOBE, Outtakes and Gribble Hell Performs Phobe Theme.
"Phobe" hits retail on September 27th
The '90s DIY Cult Sensation Now Remastered On DVD For The First Time Ever
In 1994, aspiring Niagara, Ontario filmmaker Erica Benedikty was working part- time at a community cable channel. Over the course of a year - and aided by a dedicated team of friends, volunteers and fellow film rebels - she wrote, produced, directed and edited a wildly ambitious, feature-length sci-fi action thriller for only $250. But when she convinced her employers to broadcast the finished film, PHOBE became a local sensation, was invited to screen at festivals, and remains one of Canada's most infamous cult hits. Intervision is proud to present Benedikty's ultra low-budget epic - complete with impressive visual FX, Roman candle pyrotechnics, alien predators, light saber battles and space cops with mullets - now fully remastered with all-new Special Features that reveal the strange, inspire and sometimes tragic story behind this near- impossible DIY triumph