Ever hear a title of a film and go what is that? Ever Google the trailer for same said movie, then get hit with a flood of memories? I thought so, I present to you Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn. Check out the trailer and press release for the new Scream Factory Blu-ray that will have a 3D option! September cannot get here soon enough!
Press Release: It’s high noon at the end of the universe. Scream Factory proudly presents Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn in a 2-disc Blu-ray set that features a new high definition transfer of the film in both 2D and 3D and new interviews with cast and crew, out September 13, 2016. Take a space-age journey into the farthest reaches of the imagination with dazzling special effects and a story that will excite fantasy fans of all ages.
Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn is the science-fiction battle of the ages with giant Cyclopians and an intergalactic magician in this futuristic adventure set on the desert planet of Lemuria. A miner and his daughter Dhyana (Kelly Preston,Death Sentence, Christine) fall prey to the evil dictator Jared-Syn’s reign of terror. Dogen (Jeffrey Byron, The Dungeonmaster), the brave peacekeeping ranger, must save Dhyana and the rest of her planet from the brutality of Jared-Syn (Mike Preston,The Road Warrior), his son, Baal (R. David Smith, T-Force), and the hideous Cyclopean warlord, Hurok (Richard Moll, Razor). If Dogen does not find Dhyana in time, she will be sacrificed to Jared-Syn’s strange life-giving crystal.
This Sci-Fi action film was directed by Empire Pictures founder Charles Band (Puppetmaster, Trancers) and also features his Trancers star Tim Thomerson (Near Dark, Fade to Black).
- NEW High Definition Transfer presented in both 2-D and 3-D!
- NEW High Noon at the End of the Universe – featuring interviews with director/producer Charles Band, actors Jeffrey Byron, Richard Moll and Tim Thomerson, screenwriter/producer Alan J. Adler, special effects artist Allan Apone, make-up artist Kenny Myers and composer Richard Band (42 minutes)
- Promotional and behind the scenes still gallery
- Radio Spot
- Theatrical Trailer