Horror Film ‘The Lost’ and Horror Satire ‘There’s Nothing Out There’ Due on Blu-ray Dec. 12 From Ronin Flix and MVD

Horror Film ‘The Lost’ and Horror Satire ‘There’s Nothing Out There’ Due on Blu-ray Dec. 12 From Ronin Flix and MVD

Two films from Ronin Flix, the horror film The Lost and the horror satire There’s Nothing Out There, will be released on Blu-ray Disc Dec. 12 by MVD Entertainment Group.

The Lost (2006) follows 19-year-old Ray Pye (Marc Senter), a black-clad suburban sociopath who meets his match when a new girl with a taste for the dark side, Katherine Wallace (Robin Sydney), arrives in town. Together, they are a dangerous couple whose deadly games lead to a horrific and shocking climax. The film is based on the horror novel by Jack Ketchum and adapted for the screen by writer-director-producer Chris Sivertson with credits that include master of horror producer Lucky McKee. Bonus features include a storyboard sequence; outtakes; audition tapes; a “Jack and Jill” featurette; new interviews with cast members Marc Senter, Robin Sydney and Shay Astar; historical audio commentary with horror novelist Jack Ketchum moderated by writer Monika O’Rourke; and new audio commentary with Sivertson and veteran horror filmmaker and producer Lucky McKee.

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There’s Nothing Out There (1990), a cult classic that satirized the horror genre long before Wes Craven, was made by then 20-year-old writer-director Rolfe Kanefsky. In the film, Mike is always getting in the way of fun. His obsession with horror movies and their rules dictates that no matter where he goes, he can’t help but expect to find a monster lurking around every corner. But this time, his paranoia might be justified. Disc one includes the film and the following special features: new commentary with Rolfe Kanefsky and cast members Jeff Dachis and John Carhart; new commentary with film journalists Heidi Honeycutt and Amanda Reyes; and new never-before-seen opening sequence storyboards. Disc one also includes the archival features “There’s a Movie Out There,” an interview with Kanefsky and editor Victor Kanefsky; “40 Years of Cutting,” an interview with Victor Kanefsky; an interview with actor Craig Peck; an interview with Rolfe Kanefsky; and the “Copycat” short. Disc two features a collection of 10 early shorts and films made by Rolfe Kanefsky back in the 1980s complete with newly recorded director’s introductions.

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