Two feature films spun off of the popular original "Dark Shadows" TV serial will be available on Blu-ray and DVD October 30, 2012.
"House of Dark Shadows" came out in 1970. The setting, Collinwood, and the star? Vampire Barnabas Collins (Jonathon Frid), who hopes that a series of serum injections will make him normal. But woe is him. You can't get to Normal from Collinwood. The film, which condenses several plot lines from the series, runs 97 minutes and comes with an SRP of $19.98 on Blu-ray and $14.96 on DVD.
"Night of Dark Shadows" came out a year later, featuring David Selby as Quentin Collins, who arrives in Collinwood with his bride (none other than Kate Jackson, of "Charlie's Angels" fame). It runs 95 minutes and, like the first film, was rated GP when it played in theaters. SRP is $19.98 for the Blu-ray and $14.96 for the DVD.