D.J. Webster's cult classic sci-fi horror film, The Dark Side of the Moon, is making it’s long awaited debut on Blu-ray and DVD on June 11th as the second offering from Unearthed Classics, the new brand that recently released the collector’s favorite The Unnamable.
In the film set in the year 2022, the spaceship Spacecore-1 is on a routine “rehab” mission chasing down and repairing nuclear satellites in the Earth’s orbit. Suddenly, a mysterious systems failure causes the craft to drift helplessly and head on a crash course towards the dark side of the moon. Rapidly running out of fuel and oxygen the crew is surprised to observe an old NASA space shuttle approaching fast. Upon boarding the shuttle they find that something sinister is afoot. One by one the crew are possessed and killed by the evil presence they have unwittingly unleashed until only one of them remains. It is now up to the sole survivor to discover the mysterious link between the dark side of the Moon, the Bermuda Triangle, and the Devil himself.
The first-pressing of the Blu-ray comes with a limited edition slip cover and booklet. The Dark Side of the Moon is loaded with features and is a newly restored 4K transfer.
Interview with Special Make-up Effects Artist, R. Christopher Biggs
Interview with Actor, Alan Blumenfeld
Interview with Stuntman, Chuck Borden (Blu-ray only)
Commentary with Executive Producer, Paul White and Distributor, Stephen Biro
The Dark Side of the Moon was written by The Hayes Brothers (The Conjuring) and starring Robert Sampson (Re-Animator), Alan Blumenfeld ("Heroes"), John Diehl (Stargate, Stripes) and featuring the final film appearance of Joe Turkel (The Shining, Blade Runner).