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Killdozer (1974) Blu-ray: A low budget killing machine

Kino Lorber will be releasing Director Jerry London’s made-for-TV horror, Killdozer (1974) on a 2K restoration Blu-ray. Stars Clint Walker and Robert Ulrich.

A small construction crew battles the ultimate assassin in the cult classic Killdozer. Stationed on a small island off the coast of Africa, six men find themselves terrorized when a ruthless life-form takes over a bulldozer and then sets off on a killing rampage. Despite limited fuel, the renegade machine methodically hunts down the men one by one in a full-throttle drive to death. Buckle up and hold on tight in this turbo-charged thriller!

Directed by Jerry London (Shogun) and starring screen and TV legend Clint Walker (The Dirty Dozen, Cheyenne) with Robert Urich (Vega$, The Ice Pirates) and Neville Brand (Stalag 17, Kansas City Confidential). Killdozer is based on a novel by acclaimed television writer Theodore Sturgeon (Star Trek, The Twilight Zone) and features a rousing score by Gil Mellé (The Andromeda Strain, Night Gallery).



Release date: October 20, 2020
Genre: Horror


DirectorJerry London
CastClint Walker, Robert Urich, Carl Betz
CountryUSA
Production Year1974
Discs1 Blu-ray Disc
RegionA
Run Time74 minutes
FormatsColor / 2K / 1.33:1
AudioEnglish
SubtitleEnglish
AKAKill Dozer
StudioKino Lorber

Special features

NEW 2K RESTORATION OF THE FILM
NEW Audio Commentary by Director Jerry London with Film Historian Lee Gambin
NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Lee Gambin and Film Critic Jarret Gahan
NEW Audio Interview with Director Jerry London
Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase
Image Gallery
Trailers
Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature

Notice: The picture quality of these videos do not reflect the picture quality of the Blu-ray or DVD in this package.

2 Comments Killdozer (1974) Blu-ray: A low budget killing machine

  1. Anthony S

    ‘Turbo-charged’ might be a little too generous. The big bulldozer that gets possessed has the mobility of a kitchen counter. A man running would have no problem outmaneuvering it and the utility vehicles the workers have are definitely faster than the hulking monstrosity. The fact that any of the men are killed by this thing is beyond belief. It would’ve made more sense if the dozer had run everyone over while they were all asleep in the same tent. It wouldn’t make for a very good movie, but that would at least be believeable.

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