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Discussion in 'General' started by ronnie21, Jan 15, 2018.
From the folks behind Turbo Kid.
Adding further details.
22 January 2018 (USA)(According to IMDb).
Looks fantastic. But, I have to admit all these 80's nostalgia tv shows/movies are starting to put a drain on me.
Looks like it could be cool. I'm down to give it a shot.
I really enjoyed Turbo kid, so will give this a go.
Wow, that poster is bitchin' - love it!
The bad news is it is being distributed by Gunpowder & Sky, who is maybe one notch above The Orchard in terms of distribution.
Expect an incredibly limited theatrical release, followed by cheap burn-on-demand BD-R and DVD-R releases.
yeah, the poster is a cool throw back to the 80's horror films, but yeah, hopefully they will add a few songs from the summer of 84 which they probably couldn't get the rights too on such a low budget,, and as with all period pieces,, they will have things that wont match the time frame.. or will be before and after that summer..
This looks way better than I was expecting before watching the trailer. Definitely looks like it's worth checking out.
Dread Central reviews Summer of '84: http://www.dreadcentral.com/reviews...dance-overstays-youll-leave-this-film-shaken/
Limited theatrical on August 10th
VOD on August 24th
This will be playing at the theater where I saw Victor Crowley last fall, but considering it's a 2 hour drive each way, I'll probably just wait for the VOD release on the 24th. We'll see what happens.
Theater listings, for those interested: https://www.summerof84movie.com/
This one reminds me a lot like Super Dark Times (from the trailer at least) which I really enjoyed. That one was based in the mid-90's and less horror-oriented, but the tone seems similar.
Germany is getting a pretty nice looking Blu-ray + DVD + CD "Retro VHS" set: https://www.amazon.de/Summer-of-84-Blu-ray/dp/B07G3HT1LX?tag=horrdigi-20&linkCode=ur1