The Strangers creeps onto DVD with 2 different versions this October 21st. And to celebrate the release of Universal Picture's terrifying new classic, you can scare your friends and family members by placing The Strangers into their old photographs. Eager to make your loved ones scream in terror? Then click on The Strangers Photos for some good old fashion photo manipulating fun.

After spooking those near and dear to your heart, make sure you check out the upcoming DVD of The Strangers, which will include both the theatrical version of the film and an unrated version that was deemed to terrifying for theater screens. Seriously, we've heard that it will make your eyes bleed. So know that this will only occur in the comfort of your own home, where there will be plenty of Kleenex to clean up the mess.

The film chronicles the horrifying events that took place in the Hoyt family's vacation home on February 11, 2005. Champagne. Rose Petals. Candlelight. It was supposed to be a night of celebration for Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler) and James Hoyt (Scott Speedman). But after leaving a friend's wedding and returning to the house, everything had collapsed for the happy couple. Then came a 4 a.m. knock on the door and a haunting voice. "Is Tamara here?" Writer/director Bryan Bertino explores our most universal fears in The Strangers, a terrifying suspense thriller about a couple whose remote getaway becomes a place of terror when masked strangers invade. The confrontation forces Kristen and James to go far beyond what they thought themselves capable of if they hope to survive. Inspired by true events, this heart pounding, nail-biting frightener mercilessly explores our most universal fears, where simply opening the door to a stranger leads to a grueling night of terror one could never imagine.

If you are looking for bonus material, the DVD offers up some horrifying deleted scenes unsuitable for both children and the elderly. Also included is a featurette entitled The Elements of Terror, which looks at the production process of The Strangers. The influence of locations, sets and sounds to create fear are discussed by the crew, with anecdotes from Liv Tyler about the physical challenges of being terrorized. Exclusive to the Blu-Ray disc is the BD-LIVE feature, which allows you to create your own movie clips, then view and share your favorite clips with your best buddies at any time!

So, remember to hit up your favorite DVD outlet and pick up a copy of The Strangers on October 21st, 2008. Available on both Blu-Ray and DVD.

Cinemark Movie Club
B. Alan Orange