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    The Horrible Doctor Hichcock- bd & dvd in Sept. from Olive

    That's right! Finally getting a US release, likely the US cut and in English.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HNBX046..._ZCECxbEVQ5E52

    Also finally being released by Olive is The Monster of Piedras Blancas on bd & dvd.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HNBWZRE..._kFECxbN49J9FC

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    Yes, yes, YES! Spectacular! Not a day too soon, US cut or not.
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    I need another copy of Hitchcock like a hole in the head but what is this Monster Of Piedras Blancas?

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    Good news. Thanks for it, Ben
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    Never seen the US version before, but this is welcome. One of the top 3 60's gothics in my opinion.
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    Most famous image of the cool looking MONSTER.

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    MONSTER.. is a typical monster on the loose kinda flick, Black Lagoon influenced, but it's got a lighthouse, a cool monster and some nasty violence here and there.

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    Hot off the presses....

    THE HORRIBLE DR. HICHCOCK


    BARBARA STEELE (Black Sunday, Pit and the Pendulum, Piranha)
    ROBERT FLEMYNG (The Quiller Memorandum, Funny Face, Shadowlands)
    MONTGOMERY GLENN (Castle of Blood, The Puma-Man, Star Odyssey)
    TERESA FITZGERALD (Class of Iron, The Giants of Thessaly)

    Directed by ROBERT HAMPTON (Lust of the Vampire, The Ghost, The Witch’s Curse)


    YEAR: 1964
    GENRE: HORROR
    LANGUAGE: ENGLISH (with optional English subtitles)
    LABEL: OLIVE FILMS
    TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 77 mins
    RATING: N/R
    ASPECT RATIO: 1.78:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
    AUDIO: MONO

    From director Robert Hampton, (Lust Of The Vampire) comes The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (L’orrible segreto del Dr. Hichcock), the twisted and terrifying tale of Dr. Bernard Hichcock (Robert Flemyng, The Quiller Memorandum) whose secret desires and perverse passions lead to the death of his wife, Margaret (Teresa Fitzgerald, Class of Iron).

    Remarrying years later, the doctor’s new bride Cynthia (Barbara Steele, Pit and the Pendulum) is unaware that her husband intends to use her blood to reanimate the corpse of his dearly departed Margaret.


    US+CANADA
    PREBOOK: 8/9/16
    STREET: 9/13/16

    THE HORRIBLE DR. HICHCOCK DVD
    CAT: OF1265
    UPC: 887090126519
    SRP: $24.95

    THE HORRIBLE DR. HICHCOCK BD
    CAT: OF1266
    UPC: 887090126618
    SRP: $29.95

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    Rock! Shock! Pop!

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    The brains behind Olive truly are something.

    From director Robert Hampton, (Lust Of The Vampire)....uh, yeah, right.

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    The brains behind Olive truly are something.

    From director Robert Hampton, (Lust Of The Vampire)....uh, yeah, right.
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