Some may have heard that Zombie will come to UK Blu-ray via Arrow but if you wonder how this will outmatch the US Shriek Show 25th AE and the Blue Underground UE, well wonder no more!!!! : http://www.fangoria.com/index.php/h...97-exclusive-info-new-fulci-zombie-uk-blu-ray "Continuing its long line of Italian-horror discs, Britain’s Arrow Video has a new Blu-ray of ZOMBIE (under its UK title ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS) on the way, and we’ve got the scoop on the copious content and a couple of pics of the contributors. Calum Waddell of High Rising Productions, which has contributed a number of fine bonus features to past Arrow discs, let us know, “The Blu-ray will have about three hours of new features and two commentary tracks. The first features Alan Jones and Stephen Thrower, and the other is moderated by myself and features one of the key creators of the film—I don’t want to spoil who just yet! However, we have interviewed a lot of really cool people for this edition. The pictures [seen below] show myself with star Ian McCulloch and [High Rising’s] Naomi Holwill with special effects wiz Gino De Rossi. I’m especially excited about a documentary we have planned for this edition called From Romero to Rome, which will be about 45 minutes long and is a really in-depth look at the rise and fall of the Italian zombie boom. As well as some Italian icons, we’ve got the likes of Kim Newman, HOUSE OF WHIPCORD’s David McGillvray and CRADLE OF FEAR’s Alex Chandon to contribute. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the new features on this very special edition!” Waddell is also offering fans in the Glasgow, Scotland area the chance to see ZOMBIE on the big screen, with composer Fabio Frizzi in attendance. The showing takes place Sunday, August 26 at 5 p.m. at the Glasgow Film Theatre (12 Rose Street), and you can find out more about it here. And in addition to all their recent horror work, Waddell and Holwill have also been busy on a documentary about Italian poliziottesco films for a cult crime flick set to make its UK DVDebut soon. This featurette will include veteran filmmakers like Ruggero Deodato and Sergio Martino, as well as Italian journalist Paolo Zelati." So if you thought the US releases had everything to offer....think again!