Distributor E1 Entertainment announced it will release two titles on DVD June 2nd.
Elsewhere, also arriving on Blu-Ray, stars Anna Kendrick (Twilight) and is described as Disturbia meets When a Stranger Calls.
Sarah (Kendrick) and Jillian (Raymonde) have been best friends for so long they can't remember when their friendship started. Growing up in a small town in Indiana the two girls couldn't be more different: Sarah is a star pupil and athlete, while Jillian is star mischief-maker. Although both girls long to be break free of the small-town life, Sarah is shocked to discover that Jillian is using the internet to meet men with the sole purpose of finding someone who will take her someplace more exciting. Soon thereafter, she disappears leaving Sarah with only a journal and a cryptic video message sent from her cell-phone. Enlisting the aid of Jasper (Gries), the resident computer genius who secretly adores her, Sarah plunges head-long into the search for Jillian. The trail leads the two into the heart of the town's dark secrets.
Both formats include over two hours of bonus features, including an audio commentary with director Nathan Hope and producer Vincent Palomino, behind-the scenes footage and cast interviews, deleted scenes and more.
Also on June 2nd is The Hunger: The Complete First Season - 22 episodes uncut and available for the first time in one 4-DVD set.
In THE HUNGER, demons, vampires, and fantasy run wild in a mesmerizing cross between â€œThe Twilight Zoneâ€ and â€œTales from the Crypt.â€ The half-hour episodes feature horrific stories, with themes of self-destructive desire and obsession. From cannibalism to uncontrollable lust, from vampires to evil spirits, the one common thread is a pervasive sense of eroticism. â€œThe Hungerâ€ originally aired for two seasons (1997-1999) on Showtime in the U.S., and took its name from the 1983 urban vampire film starring David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon.
The collection includes the original "making of" segment â€“ an introduction to the second season with David Bowie, who replaced Stamp as host in 1999.
Source: E1 Entertainment