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    Juraz Herz's The Cremator (1968) - Second Run BD

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cremator-Bl...s_a_1_3&sr=1-3

    Presented from new HD materials, Second Run presents a special Blu-ray edition of one of its most enduringly popular titles Juraj Herz s The Cremator.

    The Cremator has been described in many ways as surrealist-inspired horror film, as an expressionistic political allegory, a pitch-black comic satire and as a dark and disturbing tale of terror.

    This brilliantly chilling film, a unique mix of Psycho, Dr Strangelove and Repulsion, is set in Prague during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia. It tells the story of one Karl Kopfrkingl (Rudolf Hru ínský), a professional cremator, for whom the political climate allows free rein to his increasingly perverse and deranged impulses for the salvation of the world .

    Now more chillingly prescient than ever, The Cremator also contains another of master-composer Zden k Li ka s brilliantly inventive film scores.

    BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS

    The Cremator (Spalova mrtvol, 1968) presented from a new HD transfer from original materials by the Czech National Film Archive
    Filmed introduction by the Quay Brothers
    Audio Commentary by writer and film historian Kat Ellinger
    Juraj Herz s short film The Junk Shop (Sb rné surovosti, 1965)
    The Projection Booth podcast with Mike White and Samm Deighan
    Booklet with an essay on Herz and the film by writer/producer Daniel Bird
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    Original soundtrack in Dual Mono 24-bit LPCM audio
    World Premiere on Blu-ray
    ...AND MORE
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    Vortice Mortale - The Lost Highway of Horror and Cult Film

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    This film is marvellous. I urge anyone who hasn't seen it to check it out. I was blown away by it.
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