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  1. #3541
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    I have it. Same transfer if that's what you're after.
    That was what I needed, so I'll pass on it. Thanks, Ian.
    "The popcorn you're eating has been pissed in. Film at 11".

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    Coming June 1st from Code Red DVD!
    Distributed by Kino Lorber!
    The Love Butcher (1975)
    • Audio Commentary by Director Don Jones, Moderated by R.A. The Rugged Man
    • Trailers
    • Region A/B/C
    A string of murders in a posh neighborhood has the police department stumped and the local press is breathing down their necks. Strangely, nobody notices that several victims share the same gardener, a bent, elderly man with a crippled arm named Caleb (Erik Stern, Assassination). Even though all of the murder weapons are lawn care tools, Caleb remains above suspicion. Of course, it isn’t Caleb doing the killing, but rather his second personality, a confident, handsome younger brother named Lester (also played by Erik Stern) who Caleb turns into when he dons a toupee. That’s when he seduces and then slashes his employers, most of whom heap insults and derision upon Caleb as he works. Lester dons a variety of disguises to “gain entry,” employing false accents and charming patter to bed down his victims. The two personalities battle when alone, though, and one of them will eventually have to overcome the other. Richard Kennedy (Candy Tangerine Men), Robin Sherwood (Tourist Trap) co-star. Directed by Mikel Angel and Don Jones (The Forest).

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    Coming June 8th from Code Red DVD!
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    Scream (1981)
    • 2K Scan from the Original Negatives
    • Audio Commentary by Director Byron Quisenberry
    • Watch it in MARIA'S B MOVIE MAYHEM Mode with our Hostess Maria Kanellis
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Region A/B/C
    In SCREAM, a group of people on a rafting excursion happen upon a deserted town and decide to set up camp. Out of the blue, a murder occurs. It appears that the town is not as deserted as they originally thought, someone out there does not want them around and when they desperately try to escape, their rafts are destroyed. What possible hope of survival can they have now… with no chance for escape and no one around to help? Starring Woody Strode (The Professionals, Spartacus, Once Upon a Time in the West), Alvy Moore (Green Acres), Greg Palmer (To Hell and Back), Pepper Martin (Superman 2), Hank Worden (The Searchers), and Ethan Wayne (son of John Wayne). Now watch this slasher classic from a 2K scan!

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    Coming June 15th from Code Red!
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    The Being (1983)
    • 2017 2K Scan of the Original Vault Elements
    • Audio Commentary with Director Jackie Kong
    • Audio Commentary with Star Johnny Dark
    • Theatrical Trailer
    • Region A/B/C
    A strange creature roams and kills people in the small town of Pottsville. Local cop, Detective Mortimer Lutz (Bill Osco) is on the case as the fiendish beast kills losers one by one in this classic 80s monster film! Academy Award® winners Martin Landau (Ed Wood, Strange Shadows in an Empty Room), Jose Ferrer (The Swarm, Dracula’s Dog, Blood Tide, Cyrano de Bergerac) and Dorothy Malone (Written on the Wind, Basic Instinct) co-star with comedian Kinky Friedman (Record City), Murray Langston (The Unknown Comic), Johnny Dark (Repossessed), Kent Perkins (Night Patrol), and 70s sex symbol Ruth Buzzi (Freaky Friday)! Written and Directed by Jackie Kong (Blood Diner, Night Patrol). Now see this monster classic from an HD master!

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    those covers...

    "scream (1981) represents subtle yet emotive moments of cultural transmission that are designed to elicit feelings of tenderness while appealing to a dramatic motion arrested in space."

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    Coming June 22nd from Code Red DVD!
    Distributed by Kino Lorber!
    The Strangeness (1985)
    • Audio Commentary with Director Melanie Anne Phillips with Actors Mark Sawicki and Chris Huntley, Moderated Jeff McKay
    • Interview with Director Melanie Anne Phillips and Actors Mark Sawicki and Chris Huntley
    • 6 Short Films by Mark Sawicki and Chris Huntley
    • Extensive Stills Gallery
    • Trailers
    • Region A/B/C
    Bite into this rare 1980s horror film about a big and very ‘strange’ stop-motion monster in a cave terrorizing and eating innocent miners! A group of young miners venture into the Gold Spike Mine in search of gold, even after being warned by old-time prospectors to stay away. The miners proceed into the caverns anyway and soon realize that there’s no gold in these mines, but also that they’re not alone. What they find is a horrific man-eating monster sliding through the caverns looking to fill its carnivorous appetite… it’s feeding time and the miners are on the menu. THE STRANGENESS is a fun, cool independent horror feature film made years before digital video. THE STRANGENESS is also one of the last feature films to use stop-motion animation special effects! This special edition was remastered from the original 16mm vault elements.

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    Coming June 29th from Code Red DVD!
    Distributed by Kino Lorber!
    Delirium (1987) Le foto di Gioia
    • 2016 HD Master
    • Interviews with Director Lamberto Bava, Actor George Eastman, Cinematographer Gianlorenzo Battaglia and Art Director Massimo Antonello Geleng
    • Vintage Interviews with Lamberto Bava, George Eastman and David Brandon
    • Trailers
    Gioia (Serena Grandi, star of Tinto Brass’ Miranda) is a buxom centerfold working for Pussycat magazine. In such a profession, having an admirer or two is expected, but Gioia’s new admirer is a vicious killer! He murders her fellow magazine models one at a time, using a variety of twisted implements of death. Gioia is the lucky recipient of a collection of photos, each with murdered bodies arranged around posters of her. Renowned Italian star Grandi, known as the Dolly Parton of Italy, leads the cast in this Giallo classic, which features George Eastman (Hands of Steel, Blastfighter, After the Fall of New York, Ironmaster) David Brandon (Stage Fright, Caligula the Untold Story, She), Daria Nicolodi (Deep Red, Tenebre, Inferno, Opera) and screen legend Capucine (The Pink Panther, Red Sun). Delirium was wonderfully directed by Lamberto Bava (Monster Shark, Blastfighter, Ironmaster) – now see this colorful Giallo in HD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Coming June 29th from Code Red DVD!
    Distributed by Kino Lorber!
    Delirium (1987) Le foto di Gioia
    • 2016 HD Master
    • Interviews with Director Lamberto Bava, Actor George Eastman, Cinematographer Gianlorenzo Battaglia and Art Director Massimo Antonello Geleng
    • Vintage Interviews with Lamberto Bava, George Eastman and David Brandon
    • Trailers
    Gioia (Serena Grandi, star of Tinto Brass’ Miranda) is a buxom centerfold working for Pussycat magazine. In such a profession, having an admirer or two is expected, but Gioia’s new admirer is a vicious killer! He murders her fellow magazine models one at a time, using a variety of twisted implements of death. Gioia is the lucky recipient of a collection of photos, each with murdered bodies arranged around posters of her. Renowned Italian star Grandi, known as the Dolly Parton of Italy, leads the cast in this Giallo classic, which features George Eastman (Hands of Steel, Blastfighter, After the Fall of New York, Ironmaster) David Brandon (Stage Fright, Caligula the Untold Story, She), Daria Nicolodi (Deep Red, Tenebre, Inferno, Opera) and screen legend Capucine (The Pink Panther, Red Sun). Delirium was wonderfully directed by Lamberto Bava (Monster Shark, Blastfighter, Ironmaster) – now see this colorful Giallo in HD!

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    Didn't Scorpion release this on BD previously?

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    Code Red did. It is, like most of their recent releases, a reissue through Kino with a different cover.
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  10. #3550
    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Code Red did. It is, like most of their recent releases, a reissue through Kino with a different cover.
    I presume it has less extras? The Last Cannibal World general release one has less extras.

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