Stars: Joshua Stafford, Lauren Chambers, Peter Davis
Writer: Kevin Folliard
Rating: Ages 13+
Length: 100 minutes
An average suburban kid must save the videogame world from a tyrannical but childish evil sorcerer.
Called “the best videogame movie ever made,” this geektastic parody features three-dimensional characters, two-dimensional physics, and one demented villain. There’s also a homicidal ninja “hero,” a space heroine with a vendetta, and a naive young adventurer with gravity-defying hair. Watch them clear the map, meet Mortal Kombat‘s Raiden and Johnny Cage, and finally give that duck-hunting dog what’s coming to him.
Featuring a score by videogame composer Jake Kaufman (Double Dragon Neon)!
- Completely Remastered Picture and Color
- 3 Audio Commentary Tracks
- All-New Retrospective filmmaker commentary with director/producer Ed Glaser, writer Kevin Folliard, and production designer Meagan Rachelle
- Actors Joshua Stafford, Al Morrison, and Peter Davis
- Composer Jake Kaufman
- Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
- “Dial V for Vile” shorts
- Press Start Dolls Commercial
- New illustrated mini poster by comic artist JT Molloy