Scream Factory to release Elizabeth Harvest on DVD/Blu in December

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

Elizabeth Harvest Abbey Lee Ciaran Hinds Sebastian Gutierrez

Writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez's horror thriller ELIZABETH HARVEST was released On Demand back in August, but if you've been holding out for a physical release Scream Factory has you covered. The company will be releasing the film and DVD and Blu-ray on December 4th, and if you would like to pre-order a copy you can do so at THIS LINK.

Starring Abbey Lee, Ciaran Hinds, Carla Gugino, Matthew Beard, and Dylan Baker, ELIZABETH HARVEST is described as a "brain-bending plunge into our darkest desires" and has the following synopsis: 

Elizabeth (Lee), a beautiful young newlywed, arrives at the palatial estate of her brilliant scientist husband Henry (Hinds). Ensconced in modernist luxury with an obedient — if slightly unsettling — house staff (Gugino and Beard), she has seemingly everything she could want. But one mystery tantalizes her: what is behind the locked door to Henry's laboratory that he has forbidden her to enter? When an inquisitive Elizabeth dares to find out, everything she thought she knew about her husband — and about herself — will change. Elizabeth Harvest casts a spell of creeping Gothic menace as it unravels a disturbing tale of identity, obsession, and twisted love.

Bonus features on the Scream Factory release will include

– "Making Of Elizabeth Harvest" Featurette

– Theatrical Trailer

Not exactly the sort of extras that will allow you to take a deep dive into the film.

ELIZABETH HARVEST didn't go over too well with our own Mike Sprague when he reviewed it back in August, resulting in a 5/10 review. Maybe it will work better for you if you decide to give it a chance when Scream Factory releases it next month.

Source: Amazon

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