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Way Bad Stone

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This listing is for the standard edition Blu-ray. The limited edition slipcover was limited to 1,000 units and is sold out. The two versions are identical, aside from the slipcover.

Since 2004, Bleeding Skull has explored otherworldly cinema through reviews, books, and home video releases. We shine a light on independent genre films that have flown under the radar but deserve to be seen by all. Fangoria has called Bleeding Skull “The go-to encyclopedia for trash, bizarre, and shot-on-video cinema,” while Vice referred to it as “like a fever dream glimpse into parallel worlds". Visit us at BLEEDINGSKULL.COM.

Shot for $2000 on video in the enchanted forests of Florida, WAY BAD STONE is the unofficial Dungeons & Dragons adaptation that you've been waiting for. The story follows Aladar, a wizard seeking revenge against a gang barbarians—and one demon—who stole a magic stone. Directed by Archie Waugh and co-produced/written by Jan and Janne Skipper, this bewitching passion project features raucous Ren Faire dialogue, splattery violence, and a powerful dungeon synth soundtrack. It's the perfect complement to your next regularly scheduled LARP campaign.

directed by: Archie Waugh
starring: Various
1991 / 83 min / 1.33:1 / English DTS-HD MA 2.0

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  • Region Free Blu-ray
  • Preservation from the original S-VHS master
  • 50-minute commentary with director Archie Waugh
  • 38-minute commentary with writer/producer Janne Skipper
  • Photo gallery
  • Short: V-SQUAD (1994) from Archie Waugh
  • Short: THE MAIDEN (1989) from Jan and Janne Skipper
  • Bonus movie: IONOPSIS (1997), a “spiritual sequel” to WAY BAD STONE from Jan and Janne Skipper, preserved from the original VHS master
  • IONOPSIS original trailer
  • English SDH subtitles