The Vestron Video Collectorâ€™s Series goes beyond the grave when 1993’s Return of the Living Dead 3 arrives on limited edition Blu-ray on November 22 from Lionsgate.
Watch all of the terror in high definition when Curt (J. Trevor Edmond) transforms his girlfriend, Julie (Melinda Clarke) into a flesh-eating monster after her accidental death, in order to fulfill their pact to love each other forever!
The Return of the Living Dead 3 Blu-ray includes all-new special features, including an audio commentary with actress Melinda Clarke and special make-up effects artist Tom Rainone; a conversation with director Brian Yuzna and screenwriter John Penney; and interviews with special effects artists Steve Johnson and Chris Nelson and editor Christopher Roth.
This limited edition Blu-ray will be available for the suggested retail price of $34.97, and can be pre-ordered now.
Plot Synopsis: In Return of the Living Dead: Part II, the chemical Trioxin turned people into flesh-eating zombies. Now, the government is trying to control these unstoppable cannibalistic killers in Return of the Living Dead 3. When a young man uses the chemical to bring his girlfriend back to life after a motorcycle accident, she is driven to eat the only thing that will nourish her… human brains! She tries to stop her own feeding frenzy but a chain reaction has already begun, as hordes of undead are unleashed from their graves!
In addition to Return of the Living Dead 3 and C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud, Vestron Video Classics is releasing Blood Diner and Chopping Mall on Blu-ray on September 27, and Waxwork and Waxwork II: Lost in Time, on October 18th!
Blu-ray Special Features
Audio Commentary with Brian Yuzna
Audio Commentary with Melinda Clarke and Tom Rainone
â€œAshes to Ashesâ€ – A Conversation with Brian Yuzna and John Penney
â€œLiving Dead Girlâ€ â€“ An Interview with Melinda Clarke
â€œRomeo Is Bleedingâ€ â€“ An Interview with J. Trevor Edmond
â€œTrimark & Trioxinâ€ â€“ Interviews with David Tripet and Chris Roth
â€œThe Resurrected Deadâ€ â€“ Interviews with Steve Johnson and Chris Nelson