[IMGW]http://media.1up.com/media?id=3367152[/IMGW]When released in January 2005, Uwe Boll's film adaptation of the Alone in the Dark game series was met primarily with laughter -- not the intention of the $20 million thriller. Ranked as the second-worst-reviewed movie of all time by Rotten Tomatoes (behind only Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever), Alone in the Dark grossed just over $5 million in three weeks of release, meeting every conceivable qualification of a "bomb."
Despite all those compelling reasons to bury the film in the past, DVDActive is reporting that Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release Alone in the Dark: Unrated Director's Cut on DVD on September 25th. The 98-minute film packs two whole minutes of additional footage, not to mention an all-new commentary track from Boll, a featurette on the prolific director, an art gallery, and a DTS 6.1 audio track.
It's never appreciated when a studio double-dips on DVD releases, but this is just shocking news. What's next, a sequel? Oh my.
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