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Didn’t see this one coming. There’s some new information out about the new SHOCKER BluRay release. It’s been all remastered with some new extras from Wes Craven himself. There is also a new cover for the box. Here is the cover, more below the cut.

Full Details Revealed for Scream Factory’s Shocker Blu-ray Release

We learned last month that Scream Factory is bringing Wes Craven’s Shocker to Blu-ray for the first time this coming September, and today the company has sent along full release details that are sure to have you salivating over the upcoming release. Read on for everything you need to know!

From the Press Release:
Fans of legendary director Wes Craven (Scream, The Last House on the Left, A Nightmare on Elm Street) know well the terror mayhem inflicted by Horace Pinker, a diabolical mass murderer who harnesses electricity for unimaginable killing powers, from the 1989 horror cult classic SHOCKER.

On September 8, 2015, Scream Factory™ is proud to present Wes Craven’s SHOCKER Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, packed with insightful bonus content including, special audio commentary with Wes Craven, all-new interviews with Mitch Pileggi, Cami Cooper, executive producer Shep Gordon, music supervisor Desmond Child and soundtrack artists, new audio commentary with director of photography Jacques Haitkin, co-producer Robert Engelman and composer William Goldstein, retrospective featurettes, original storyboard gallery and much more!

This definitive collector’s edition Blu-ray set contains a collectible cover featuring newly rendered retro-style artwork and a reversible cover wrap featuring original theatrical key art.

Those who order Wes Craven’s SHOCKER Collector’s Edition Blu-ray™ directly from will get it shipped two weeks early, plus receive an exclusive 18″x24″ poster featuring our newly commissioned artwork! Available while supplies last.

About to be electrocuted for a catalog of heinous crimes, the unrepentant Horace Pinker transforms into a terrifying energy source. Only young athlete Jonathan Parker, with an uncanny connection to Pinker through bizarre dreams, can fight the powerful demon. The two dive in and out of television programs, chasing each other from channel to channel through stunning scenes of disaster, game shows and old reruns.

A blend of dazzling special effects and an electrifying soundtrack, SHOCKER stars Michael Murphy (X-Men: The Last Stand, Batman Returns), actor/director Peter Berg (actor Smokin’ Aces, director Lone Survivor), Cami Cooper (Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace) and Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files, Sons of Anarchy) as Horace Pinker.

Special Features:

• NEW! Audio Commentary with director of photography Jacques Haitkin, co-producer Robert Engelman, and composer William Goldstein
• NEW! Cable Guy – An all-new interview with actor Mitch Pileggi
• NEW! Alison’s Adventures – An interview with actress Cami Cooper
• NEW! It’s Alive – An interview with executive producer Shep Gordon
• NEW! No More Mr. Nice Guy – The Music of Shocker, featuring interviews with music supervisor Desmond Child and soundtrack artists Bruce Kulik (KISS), Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS), Kane Roberts (ALICE COOPER) , and Dave Ellefson (MEGADETH)
• Audio Commentary with writer/director Wes Craven
• 2 Vintage Making of Shocker featurettes including an interview with Wes Craven
• Theatrical Trailer
• TV Spots
• Radio Spots
• Original Storyboard Gallery
• Still Gallery


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Some news from the Mitch Man himself and an article. Mitch said he’s going to be working with Wes Craven again. Remember his first time out as Hoarce Pinker in SHOCKER? No word as to who Mitch’s character will be, but we’ll keep an eye on the press releases to see if there’s more information. Until then, read on.

‘X-Files’ Star Mitch Pileggi Joins ‘Hart of Dixie’s’ Claudia Lee in ‘The Girl in the Photographs’

Movies | By Jeff Sneider on May 7, 2015 @ 4:43 pm

“The X-Files” star Mitch Pileggi is set to join Claudia Lee (“Hart of Dixie”), Katharine Isabelle (“Hannibal”), Miranda Rae Mayo (“Pretty Little Liars”), Christy Carlson Romano (“Kim Possible”), Toby Hemingway (“Black Swan”) and Luke Baines (“Saving Mr. Banks”) in the indie thriller “The Girl in the Photographs,” which also stars Kal Penn and Kenny Wormald, TheWrap has learned.

Horror legend Wes Craven (“Scream”) is executive producing the film, which is being directed by his protégé Nick Simon, who co-wrote the script with Oz Perkins and Robert Morast.

Lee will play the title character of Colleen, a bored small-town girl trying to distance herself from an abusive boyfriend when two serial killers begin leaving her photo at the scene of their brutal crimes.

The project is the first from Kuwait-based Al-Ghanim Entertainment, a film financing and production company. Production is currently under way in Canada, and CAA is selling North American rights.

Pileggi is a genre icon who previously starred in Craven’s classic 80’s film “Shocker.” He’s also set to reprise his role as Walter Skinner in the upcoming “X-Files” reboot on FOX. He’s repped by Pakula/King & Associates.

Lee is repped by Paradigm and Joanne Horowitz Management, while Isabelle is repped by The Characters Talent Agency and Play Management. Hemingway is repped by Innovative Artists and 3 Arts, and Baines is repped by 42 and Radius Entertainment. Carlson Romano is repped by CESD and Brad Stokes Management. Mayo, who has a recurring role in season 2 of HBO’s “True Detective,” is repped by Abrams Artists and Sheila Crawford Management.


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I’ve added two sets of magazine scans to the gallery. Both articles are from Starlog magazine and come from 1996 and 1998 when Mitch was playing AD Walter Skinner on THE X-FILES. In both articles he talks about Skinner and his relationship to Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson). The 1998 article focuses in on the film THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE and Skinner’s evolution in terms of his help to Mulder and Scully. Mitch also talks lovingly about series creator Chris Carter and about his having no desire whatsoever to write or direct. That’s our Mitch. He also talks about Arlene and Sawyer and being a father for the first time. I’m in the process of getting both articles typed up and put in the press section. Until that time the HQ scans are there for you to click on to bring up and you can read them yourselves. Enjoy.



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My apologies for not having this up before now, but I’ve been dealing with computer problems and personal issues that prevented my from being able to post these on Monday. I’m going to be getting my new computer by Friday that should mean I’ll be able to do things faster. Hopefully.

Onto the show. Mitch is such a talented actor but my golly Harris is just plain EVULL. Even Hoarce Pinker wasn’t this bad. Having Drew (Kuno Becker) beaten up and the result shown to Emma (Emma Bell) was just this side of, well, EVULL. Harris’ alliance with the new governor played by Steven Weber just shows how much he wants to bring the Ewings down. I’m wondering if Mitch called William B. Davis (Cancer Man, THE X-FILES) to get some pointers. My only hope is they haven’t written Harris into a corner. I was truly hoping they’d begin to make Harris a bit of a sheep in wolf’s clothing. Meaning begin to soften the corners after having Judith (Judith Light) committed. Perhaps see what made him do the things he did. I’m wondering if it’s more a case of when the cat’s away, the mice….. Well you know what I mean.

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My apologies for not having this up yesterday after the show aired, but I had to take my mother to the hospital due to a broken hip and I’ve sort of been there pretty much all day. I have to do my online things when I get home.

Mitch as Harris Ryland is a smarmy bastard isn’t he? I saw one part Hoarce Pinker, one part Azazel/Yellow Eyed Demon, and one part Earnest Darby. His bribe to Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) for her gubernatorial race is so naughty but my gosh our man is delicious. I’m so looking forward to more of Mitch. Bring him on!