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DIRECTOR’S CUT Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack on June 12th


In Director’s Cut, Penn Jillette (Penn & Teller) plays a disgruntled crowd funder who kidnaps the footage, and star, of the film he backed in order to create his own version starring himself. Ironically, the film was actually financed by an elaborate crowdfunding campaign that attracted over 6,000 backers. Written by Penn and directed by Adam Rifkin, Director’s Cut stars Missi Pyle, Harry Hamlin and Hayes MacArthur, who are playing both themselves as well as characters in the movie within the movie, and features cameos by Lin Shaye, Kristy Hill, Nestor Carbonell and Penn’s longtime partner, Teller.

Director’s Cut is currently available on demand after a short theatrical run. For a full list of available VOD platforms: HERE.

Pre-order at a discounted price of only $14.99 directly from Epic HERE.
Features:
- Riffin' with Rifkin and Penn (32 minutes)
- Blount's BTS: Behind The Scenes of DIRECTOR'S CUT (20 minutes)
- 5 Deleted Scenes - KNOCKED OFF "Early Cut" (14 minutes)
- Outtakes (6 minutes)
- Slamdance Premiere (9 minutes)
- Brendan Mitchell at the L.A. Premiere (14 minutes)
- The Clap: Slate-Mania from the set of DIRECTOR'S CUT (2:29)
- Make Penn Bad: Original Crowdfunder Pitch Video (4:06)
- Additional trailers from Dread Central Presents

Feature Audio
- 5.1 Dolby Digital English
- Audio Commentary with director Adam Rifkin and writer/star Penn Jillette
- Audio Commentary with crowdfunder Perry Friedman
- English Closed Captions
DVD and Blu-ray are region free.

Order your copy HERE today!

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