Followers of the basic ’80s film can revisit the movie in gorgeous new high quality as The Misplaced Boys is lastly coming to 4k Extremely HD for the primary time later this fall. The 4K Blu-ray shall be launched on September 20 on the retail value of $24.99 by Warner Residence Leisure.
The movie shall be out there for followers to buy as a 4K Blu-ray combo pack that can include the 4K model of the film alongside a digital copy of the Blu-ray. The combo pack comes with a commentary from the movie’s director, the late Joel Schumacher, for followers to realize additional perception into the movie. The Blu-ray will even include beforehand launched particular options comparable to “The Misplaced Boys: A Retrospective,” which seems to be again on the movie and its influence.
Different bonus options included within the Blu-ray disc of the combo pack embrace “Contained in the Vampire’s Cave,” “Vamping Out: The Undead Creations of Greg Cannom,” “The Return of Sam and the Frog Brothers,” “The Misplaced Scenes,” and the movie’s unique trailer. Whereas the brand new launch does not include any new bonus content material, many followers can discover satisfaction that the movie will now be out there in excessive dynamic vary for his or her assortment.
Launched in 1987, The Misplaced Boys was a field workplace and significant success and would ultimately obtain two sequels with the discharge of Misplaced Boys: The Tribe in 2008 and Misplaced Boys: The Thirst in 2010. The movie stays as one of the vital widespread entries of the vampire style and helped form the trendy picture of the younger vampire and additional impressed future teenage-centered exhibits comparable to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Now with The Misplaced Boys upgraded to 4K Extremely HD, followers can sink their tooth into the basic vampire flick in a manner it has by no means been seen earlier than.
The 4K Extremely HD launch of The Misplaced Boys shall be out there on September 20. Try the unique trailer and official synopsis of the movie under:
When their dad and mom divorce, Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam Emerson (Corey Haim) transfer with their mom to their grandfather’s home in a California city nicknamed, “The Homicide Capital of the World.” Quickly after arriving, Michael will get concerned with a hell-raising bike gang of vampires with a charismatic chief (Kiefer Sutherland). When Sam turns into concerned with the Frog Brothers (Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander), who confess to being undercover Vampire hunters, he realizes it’s as much as them to save lots of Michael and the remainder of the city from the vampire gang.