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This is the moment ‘80s teen movies turned “harrowing” (Unobtanium13.com), “frightening” (FilmFracture.com) and “all too real” (CoolAssCinema.com). Now this “dark, forbidding vision” (Los Angeles Times) from Penelope Spheeris – director of THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION Trilogy as well as WAYNE’S WORLD – and screenwriters Glen Morgan & James Wong – creators of FINAL DESTINATION and writers/producers of THE X-FILES – comes to Blu-ray for the first time ever: Maxwell Caulfield and Charlie Sheen star as high-school outcasts who head to Los Angeles for a spree of petty crime, senseless violence and savage murder “that will stick in your head for a long time” (The-Unknown-Movies.com). Patti D’Arbanville (BILITIS) and Christopher McDonald (REQUIEM FOR A DREAM) co-star in this “descent into Hell” (BirthMoviesDeath.com) featuring music by Iggy Pop, Tex & The Horseheads and The Cramps, scanned in 4k from the original negative.

  • Audio Commentary with Director Penelope Spheeris and Actor Maxwell Caulfield
  • Blind Rage: Interview with Stephen Thrower, Author of Nightmare USA
  • Both Sides of the Law: Interview with Actors Maxwell Caulfield and Christopher McDonald
  • Give Us Your Money: Interviews with Street Band Performers Texacala Jones and Tequila Mockingbird
  • Caveman Day: Cinemaniacs Interview with Director Penelope Spheeris and Actor Maxwell Caulfield
  • Tales from the End Zone: Interview with Actor Kenneth Cortland
  • The Psychotronic Tourist – The Boys Next Door
  • Alternate Opening Title Sequence & Extended Scenes (Silent)
  • Trailer
studio:
Severin Films
Run Time:
95 mins approx
Director:
Penelope Spheeris
Certificate:
TBC
Actor:
Mathew Mackay

Michael Hogan

Siluck Saysanasy
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free
Brand:
Severin Films

The Boys Next Door

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

This is the moment ‘80s teen movies turned “harrowing” (Unobtanium13.com), “frightening” (FilmFracture.com) and “all too real” (CoolAssCinema.com). Now this “dark, forbidding vision” (Los Angeles Times) from Penelope Spheeris – director of THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION Trilogy as well as WAYNE’S WORLD – and screenwriters Glen Morgan & James Wong – creators of FINAL DESTINATION and writers/producers of THE X-FILES – comes to Blu-ray for the first time ever: Maxwell Caulfield and Charlie Sheen star as high-school outcasts who head to Los Angeles for a spree of petty crime, senseless violence and savage murder “that will stick in your head for a long time” (The-Unknown-Movies.com). Patti D’Arbanville (BILITIS) and Christopher McDonald (REQUIEM FOR A DREAM) co-star in this “descent into Hell” (BirthMoviesDeath.com) featuring music by Iggy Pop, Tex & The Horseheads and The Cramps, scanned in 4k from the original negative.

  • Audio Commentary with Director Penelope Spheeris and Actor Maxwell Caulfield
  • Blind Rage: Interview with Stephen Thrower, Author of Nightmare USA
  • Both Sides of the Law: Interview with Actors Maxwell Caulfield and Christopher McDonald
  • Give Us Your Money: Interviews with Street Band Performers Texacala Jones and Tequila Mockingbird
  • Caveman Day: Cinemaniacs Interview with Director Penelope Spheeris and Actor Maxwell Caulfield
  • Tales from the End Zone: Interview with Actor Kenneth Cortland
  • The Psychotronic Tourist – The Boys Next Door
  • Alternate Opening Title Sequence & Extended Scenes (Silent)
  • Trailer
studio:
Severin Films
Run Time:
95 mins approx
Director:
Penelope Spheeris
Certificate:
TBC
Actor:
Mathew Mackay

Michael Hogan

Siluck Saysanasy
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free
Brand:
Severin Films
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