Lionsgate release two more classic Vestron titles from the early nineties. C.H.U.D 2 Bud The Chud, Return Of The Living Dead 3. Released 22nd November.



Straight out of the Vestron archives comes these two b-movie classics, I'm being totally honest I've only seen one of these films, Return Of The Living Dead 3, and was underwhelmed by the whole experience, but hopefully I can look at it again and enjoy it as much as I loved the two previous classics. I've never seen C.H.U.D never mind the sequel, but both are coming out filled with extras, great artwork on the covers, and is produced with genuine love from Lionsgate to give credit to that great independent label that was Vestron in the eighties to early nineties, that gave a viewing platform to these films, that probably wouldn't have seen the light of day otherwise.

Return Of The Living Dead 3.
The story of a loving couple, who survived the original Zombie outbreak Curt "J.Trevor Edmond" and his girlfriend Mindy " Melinda Clarke" who realise the cause of the outbreak was due to a toxic substance the army had created to reanimate its soldiers, obviously with devastating effects. When Mindy is killed in a tragic motorcycle accident, Curt breaks into this army laboratory, to get this drug to bring back his girlfriend, with obvious dangerous side effects as she has a taste for human brains " they're so spicy though" 
With this movie being directed by Brian Yuzna, on his third attempt at directing having Society, and Bride Of Re-animator under his belt.

Special Features:

Audio Commentary with Director Brian Yuzna

Audio Commentary with Actress Melinda Clarke and Special Make-Up Effects Artist Tom Rainone

“Ashes to Ashes” – A Conversation with Director Brian Yuzna and Screenwriter John Penney

“Living Dead Girl” – An Interview with Actress Melinda Clarke

“Romeo Is Bleeding” – An Interview with Actor J. Trevor Edmond

“Trimark & Trioxin” – Interviews with Production Executive David Tripet and Editor Chris Roth

“The Resurrected Dead” – Interviews with Special Effects Designers Steve Johnson and Chris Nelson

Still Gallery.


C.H.U.D Bud The Chub directed by David K. Irving.

With the US government abandon tests on the secret C.H.U.D ( cannabalistic humanoid underground dweller) they destroy the project but accidentally leave Bud at the CDC, in a small American town, to only have a bunch of bumbling teens awaken the creature when they break into the facility. To then have Bud escape to create an army of C.H.U.D.S.

Bluray special features.

Audio Commentary with David Irving
Interview with Gerrit Graham
Interview with Tricia Leigh Fisher
Interview with Allan Apone
Still Gallery.

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