Not only are Tempe Video set to bring J.R. Bookwalter's 1994 camcorder classic Ozone to Blu-ray this August, they've now revealed another '90s cult classic will be making the jump into the world of HD later this year!
Painstakingly restored from a 2K film scan of the original 16mm A/B roll cut negative with a dynamic 5.1 surround remix, Jon Killough's 1990 film Skinned Alive celebrates its 30th anniversary by debuting on Blu-ray.
"Rob Zombie popularized the "hillbilly horror" subgenre with House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects, but writer/director Jon Killough beat him to the punch more than a decade earlier by making a movie that's fun for the whole family… the Manson family that is!"
In Skinned Alive, "Crawldaddy and her kids travel cross-country selling fine leather apparel when their van breaks down in the Ohio backwoods. Auto mechanic Tom and wife Whinnie put them up for the weekend, until ex-cop neighbor Paul discovers what their product is really made of..."
Skinned Alive is produced by J.R. Bookwalter (The Dead Next Door, Robot Ninja, Ozone) and stars Intruder director and Evil Dead II actor Scott Spiegel, Mary Jackson (The Exorcist III) and Susan Rothacker (Robot Ninja).
Details are currently unknown, but Tempe did recently premiere a new trailer for the film that showcases the 2K restoration. Watch it below and stay tuned for more details.