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11th January 2014 06:00:00
Posted by Mike Sutton

Hell Comes to Frogtown coming from Arrow.

News
Arrow Video is excited to announce the UK Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD of Hell Comes to Frogtown. This strictly limited edition (1000 copies) will be available to own in the UK on 27th January and features packaging that will showcase the original poster artwork as well as a reversible sleeve with newly commissioned artwork by Jeff Zornow.

With the 20th Century drawing to a close, nuclear war has wiped out civilization as we know it. The embattled human race’s last remaining hope lies with one man and his loaded weapon.

Sam Hell may be an ex-con, but he also happens to be one of the last surviving fertile men on the planet. Now, under the custody of a group of feisty female fighters, Sam finds himself enlisted on a mission to impregnate a harem of beauties. Sounds cushy enough, but the ladies in question are prisoners of Frogtown – home to a gang of mutant (and ill-mannered) amphibians!

Starring wrestler-turned-actor Rowdy Roddy Piper, known to John Carpenter enthusiasts for his body-slamming and bubblegum-chewing antics in They Live, Hell Comes to Frogtown is unashamedly a B-movie through and through with more guns and girls than you can shake a frog’s leg at.

Special Features

• Limited Edition Blu-ray [1000 copies]
• High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation
• Original uncompressed stereo 2.0 PCM audio
• Grappling with Green Gargantuans: Wrestling icon “Rowdy” Roddy Piper speaks about his leading man turn
• Amphibian Armageddon: Actor Brian Frank remembers his role as Commander Toty
• Creature Feature Creator: Effects wizard Steve Wang reveals the secrets behind Hell Comes to Frogtown’s mutant manifestations
• Extended Scene
• Original Trailer
• Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Jeff Zornow
• Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by author and critic Calum Waddell

About Mike Sutton
Mike has been reviewing DVDs and, latterly, Blu-Rays for this site on and off since June 1999. He is willing to review anything and everything but his first loves are American movies from the 1960s to the 1980s, Sam Peckinpah, Brian De Palma, Westerns, and Horror. His main contribution, however, is to sharply raise the average age of the reviewing staff.


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