Young Glenn and his father have gone into the woods for a fun-filled camping adventure. But when dad steps into a bear trap, the pair find themselves stranded miles from civilization, with limited supplies and nothing to eat. After his dad dies, Glenn, as a matter of survival, is forced to consume his flesh. Years later, children from a nearby town begin to disappear into the woods, never to be seen again, while adults are murdered in the most savage of fashions. Could not-so-young-anymore Glenn have something to do with all the mayhem?
Shamelessly trashy and a whole lot of fun, prolific cinematographer Mik Cribben’s (The Defiance of Good) sole directorial effort, BEWARE: CHILDREN AT PLAY, is a no holds barred assault on good taste, with a plethora of ultra gory and creative deaths and one of the most ridiculous endings in the history of horror cinema. Another victim of decades of poor quality VHS copies, Vinegar Syndrome is delighted to offer the world Blu-ray debut of BEWARE: CHILDREN AT PLAY, newly restored from its 35mm original camera negative.
directed by: Mik Cribben starring: Michael Robertson, Rich Hamilton, Robin Lilly, Lori Romero, Jamie Krause 1989 / 94 min / 1.85:1 / English Stereo
Additional info: • Region Free Blu-ray • Newly scanned & restored in 2K from its 35mm original camera negative • Brand new commentary track with director Mik Cribben • “Why I Don’t Have Children” – an extended making-of documentary featuring interviews with the cast and crew • Brand new interview with Mik Cribben • Archival interview with Mik Cribben • Reversible cover artwork • English SDH subtitles