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WIN! Late Phases on Blu-ray


Available on Blu-ray on 16th November 2020

Starring: Nick Damici (Stake Land), Ethan Embry (First Man), Lance Guest (The Last Starfighter), Tom Noonan (Manhunter)

On 16th November 101 Films will release Late Phases (2014), also known as Night of the Wolf, for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK. A modern masterpiece of the werewolf genre, the film was hit on the festival circuit upon release, including SXSW and London’s FrightFest, and is notable for its outstanding practical creature effects, and a strong central performance from Nick Damici, leading an impressive cast. After narrowly surviving a savage animal attack, blind war veteran Ambrose discovers that the retirement home he has just moved into is beset by a bloodthirsty werewolf. Steeling himself for the next full moon, Ambrose prepares for the deadliest night of his life and one final battle against the odds.

Special Features

  • Commentary with director Adrián García Bogliano
  • FX Featurette
  • Making of Featurette
  • Trailer


Format: Blu-ray
Certificate: 18
Runtime: 96 mins (feature)
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Region: B
Sound: Stereo PCM & DTSHD-MA surround Language: English
Subtitles: English H.O.H

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