By Clark Collis
Updated August 17, 2016 at 08:00 PM EDT
Credit: Everett Collection

A trio of stranger things is coming to Blu-ray: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced Wednesday that they’re releasing two miniseries adapted from Stephen King-penned tales —1979’s vampire saga Salem’s Lot and 1990’s creepy clown tale It — on the format for the first time Sept. 20. That day, WBHE is also debuting a Blu-ray of the King-written horror anthology Cat’s Eye, whose most memorable segment finds James Woods’ character embarking on what turns out to be a very stringent anti-smoking regime.

Cat’s Eye will include a commentary from filmmaker Lewis Teague while It has a commentary with Richard Thomas, among others. Meanwhile, Salem’s Lot boasts an all-new commentary from its director and Master of Horror, Tobe Hooper. The Blu-rays will all feature new high-definition masters of the King adaptations.

See trailers for Salem’s Lot, It, and Cat’s Eye below.