Warner Archive Comic-Con Announcements

Including a New, Unrated Cut of INNOCENT BLOOD (1992)

Today at San Diego Comic-Con, the Warner Archive Collection revealed that they will release three fun genre titles on Blu-ray later this year: The Green Slime (1968), The Hidden (1987), and Innocent Blood (1992).

It was further disclosed that the release of John Landis’ underrated vampire film Innocent Blood will be a longer, unrated, never-before-seen cut of the film.  Hopefully, that means more Don Rickles!

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