Back in 1982 a notorious little flick made its debut.  THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD tells the tale of a group of kids helping to shut down a college dormitory who find themselves the victims of a deranged stalker who utilizes his sick mind and the interesting things laying around to one by one stalk and kill the youngsters.

To this point the film has only been made available in a heavily cut version under the title of PRANKS but this version from SYNAPSE will be coming at us in an uncut anamorphic version that will feature some never before seen footage.

Don May Jr. who run Synapse tell us:  “We put back as much as we possibly could, including additional sequences of both gore and dialogue, and restored the film to most complete version possible.”

As far as special features go, we’ve got that info  for you as well:

– Audio commentary with directors Jeffrey Obrow and Stephen Carpenter
– Featurette on composer Christopher Young
– Featurette on makeup FX artist Matthew Mungle
– Theatrical trailer

This slasher classic has garnered quite the reputation over the years at one point finding itself on the ever popular VIDEO NASTY list that just made those of use coming of age back in the 80’s want to see it more.

Staring Laura Lapinski, Stephen Sachs, David Snow, and Pamela Holland THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD is a true product of it’s time and one that is not to be missed.

March 8th is the announced release date so take note and get ready to get bloody!

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