Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has added the remake of Prom, Night to their release line-up, offering up the film on DVD, Blu-Ray Disc and UMD in August.
Another one of those dubious remakes of an old-school horror hit with an updated script and a ridiculously untalented cast, “Prom Night” tells the story of Donna (Brittany Snow) whose senior prom is supposed to be the best night of her life. After surviving a horrible tragedy, she has finally moved on and is enjoying her last year of high school. Surrounded by her best friends, she should be safe from the horrors of her past. But when the night turns deadly, there is only one person who could be responsible… a man she thought was gone forever (Jonathon Schaech). Now, Donna and her friends must find a way to escape the sadistic rampage of an obsessed killer, and survive a night “to die for.”
Sony will release the original theatrical version of the movie on DVD as well as an uncut version also. The Blu-Ray and UMD versions will be available only in their uncut, extended form.
The DVD version will offer up a Commentary Track by the director and cast members, an Alternate Ending as well as Deleted Scenes also with optional commentary. It will be rounded out by the Featurettes “A Night to Remember: The Making of Prom Night,” and “Prom Night Photo Album: Real Prom Stories From the Cast” and a Gag Reel.
The Blu-Ray version will contain all the same extras, as well as a Picture-in-picture Bonus View Storyboard Comparison.
You will have to set aside $38.96 for the Blu-Ray version of this film, $29.96 for the DVD version and $24.94 for the UMD version for you PSP, to get your hands on this release on August 19.