Roger Corman is unleashing two more films from his library.

In a story from DavisDVD, on September 25 Buena Vista Home Entertainment will be bringing out The Intruder: Special Edition and Eat My Dust: Supercharged Edition on DVD.

The Intruder Synopsis:

William Shatner gives the performance of a lifetime as Adam Cramer, a sly, rabble-rousing racist who travels the South in the wake of the Supreme Court's Brown vs. Board of Education decision, fomenting protests and riots and organizing white citizens groups with himself at their head. By turns quietly soft-spoken and boldly charismatic, Cramer arrives in a small town where the local white high school is about to get its first black students and manipulates the men, women, and students around him, quietly taking control of the debate and the agenda, and turning a tense situation into a riot.

DVD Features:

- "Remembering The Intruder" Featurette

Technical Specs:

- Aspect Ratio: Full Screen

- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1

Eat My Dust Synopsis:

Ron Howard heads the cast as Hoover Niebold, the hell-raising son of rural sheriff Harry Niebold (Warren Kemmerling). The sheriff is forced to chase after his own son when Hoover and his girlfriend Darlene (Christopher Norris) steal a racing car and zoom off to parts unknown.

DVD Features:

- "How to Crash on a Dime" Featurette

Technical Specs:

- Aspect Ratio: Full Screen

- Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1

The The Intruder: Special Edition and Eat My Dust: Supercharged Edition will cost consumers $19.99 each.

Cinemark Movie Club
Evan Jacobs