May 8, 2013

'Skull World' Blu-ray/DVD full release details and special features

Justin McConnell's documentary, Skull World, has had a lot of coverage on these pages, and for good reason; it's a fucking blast! The film, which follows Skull Man aka Greg Sommer and his Box Wars exploits, will be coming to Blu-ray (in the Warrior Edition) and DVD on June 18th. The release will be through Indiecan Entertainment and Unstable Ground and will feature alternate artwork on the Blu and DVD version. Full details can be found below. You won't to check this movie out!

Toronto, ON – Releasing next month from Indiecan Entertainment and Unstable Ground, the comedic documentary SKULL WORLD is proud to announce the full specs and package art for the upcoming home video release.

The film “Follows several years in the life of Greg Sommer, aka Skull Man, as he builds the Canadian chapter of Box Wars, an international underground movement of cardboard-based combat.” Shot and directed by Justin McConnell (The Collapsed, The Eternal, Working Class Rock Star), SKULL WORLD will be available in North America on a region-free DVD & limited “Warrior Edition” Blu-Ray, each loaded with hours of bonus features. Both editions will include:

-Two feature commentaries: one with director Justin McConnell and Greg Sommer/Skull Man, and a second entitled ‘Skull Man’s Rockin’ Commentary Experience’.
-7 Extended segments and battles, including the full-length Australia trip
-16 deleted scenes
-Trailers, photo galleries, easter eggs

In addition, the “Warrior Edition” Blu-Ray will hold over an hour of exclusive content not found on the DVD:

-5 additional deleted scenes
-Full-length “Skull Man’s Box Wars” self-produced television pilot
-‘Skull World’ Premiere Q&A video (at the Canadian Film Festival 2013)
-Music video: The Overfiend “Maiden” w/ behind the scenes featuring Greg
-‘Skull Man’s Pit Files’ music video

The film will also be available through common VOD platforms in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand. SKULL WORLD also continues its limited theatrical tour. 

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