by Malakie Peters
It’s New Release Tuesday! This week we’ve got alligators, Julian Duvivier, a long lost noir, a local film shot right here at Scarecrow, Van Damme in 4K, and lots more!
ALLIGATOR (4K + BLU-RAY) (1980)
It lives 50 feet beneath the city. It’s 36 feet long. It weighs 2,000 pounds…and it’s about to break out! A family returning from Florida decides their pet baby alligator is too much to handle and flushes him down the toilet. Meanwhile, Slade Laboratories is conducting secret experiments with animals and disposing of them in the sewer. The alligator, fending for itself, begins to feed on the dead animals, and grows. Now, twelve years later, after several mysterious murders, David Madison (Robert Forster) is on the case to find out who…or what…is killing people.
ALLIGATOR II: THE MUTATION (BLU-RAY) (1991)
Just when you thought it was safe to go in the sewer… Deep in the sewers beneath the city of Regent Park, a baby alligator feeds on the experimental animals discarded by Future Chemicals Corporation. Nourished by the toxic growth hormones and other mutating chemicals, the gator grows immense in size…and voracious in appetite. Now, it must kill to survive! It’s a classic confrontation between man and alligator!
ALONE WITH YOU (DVD) (2021)
As a young woman painstakingly prepares a romantic homecoming for her girlfriend, their apartment begins to feel more like a tomb when strange voices, shadows, and hallucinations reveal a truth she’s been unwilling to face.
ANYONE BUT MY HUSBAND/SWEET PUNKIN (BLU-RAY) (1975/1976)
Two of cult filmmaker Roberta Findlay’s earliest hardcore features presented in their fully uncensored versions for the first time on disc.
ANYONE BUT MY HUSBAND: Nora Pelham wants her husband to make love to her, but he’s not interested. After discovering that his lack of enthusiasm is the result of an affair, Nora decides that what he can do, she can do better. So, with the help of her friend Sylvia, Nora starts seeking out a variety of strange and outrageous sexual experiences…
SWEET PUNKIN: Punkin, former sex film starlet turned maid to rich old Mr. Crean-Smith, marries her employer, only to discover that, try as she might to fit in, his old money cronies still view her as nothing more than ‘the help.’ A delicious send up of class dynamics.
BARTLEBY (BLU-RAY) (1970)
Based on Herman Melville’s celebrated short story ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street’, Anthony Friedmann’s unduly neglected film relocates the action to 1970s London and stars Oscar-winner Paul Scofield (A Man for All Seasons), John McEnery (Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet), and Thorley Walters (Hammer’s The Phantom of the Opera).When a young office clerk, Bartleby (McEnery), becomes increasingly defeated by the pressures of modern life, he gradually opts out of all forms of social engagement and his frustrated employer (Scofield) does all he can to stop him from withdrawing entirely into his own world. Superbly acted and exquisitely photographed, Bartleby is a rare gem of 1970s British cinema. Presented in a brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original negative, this wry and complex drama makes its worldwide debut on Blu-ray accompanied by a range of new and archival extra features. Recommended if you find the story difficult to get through!
BLACK CANDLES (BLU-RAY, DVD) (1982)
When a young couple visits in-laws in the UK countryside, they will instead discover a haven of the occult where lesbianism, incest, sodomy, bestiality and beyond may all be commanded by Lucifer himself.
BLOODY PIT OF HORROR (BLU-RAY, DVD) (1965)
The most insane post-peplum psycho-sexual classic in Italian horror history just got even better! When the crew of a saucy photoshoot breaks into an abandoned castle, they will unleash the madness of the male-body-obsessed owner who is possessed by the vengeful spirit of a 16th century torturer.
BOAT PEOPLE (BLU-RAY, DVD) (1982)
Three years after the Communist takeover, a Japanese photojournalist travels to Vietnam to document the country’s seemingly triumphant rebirth. When he befriends a teenage girl and her destitute family, however, he begins to discover what the government doesn’t want him to see: the brutal, often shocking reality of life in a country where political repression and poverty have forced many to resort to desperate measures in order to survive. Transcending polemic, renowned director Ann Hui takes a deeply humanistic approach to a harrowing and urgent subject with searing contemporary resonance.
CURFEW (BLU-RAY) (1989)
Ray and Bob Perkins are brothers whose grisly killing spree has landed them on death row. Plotting a daring escape, they break free from prison with vengeance in mind, setting targets in the form of the key witnesses against them, but particularly the judge in their trial and the prosecuting attorney. Leaving a trail of maimed corpses as they enact their revenge, the brothers finally arrive at their prime target: the home of district attorney Walter Davenport and his wife. What they don’t expect, however, is the late return home of Davenport’s teenage daughter, Stephanie…
DANCING PIRATE (DVD) (1936)
Can a dance teacher from Boston dance his way out of a hangman’s noose? With help from the mayor’s beautiful daughter, he just might! A dance teacher from Boston is tricked into joining a band of pirates, which leads to him being fitted for a noose in California. He catches a break when the mayor’s daughter demands the hanging be postponed until he teaches her to waltz, but his problems are only beginning!
DAYS (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2020)
Lee Tsai once again stars as a variation on himself, wandering through a lonely urban landscape and seeking treatment in Hong Kong for a chronic illness. At the same time, a young Laotian immigrant working in Bangkok goes about his daily routine. These two solitary men eventually come together in a moment of healing, tenderness, and sexual release.
DEAD HEAT (4K + BLU-RAY) (1988)
Detectives Doug Bigelow and Roger Mortis have just tried, and failed, to take down a ring of master thieves who have been targeting high end jewelry dealers. While orchestrating a massive siege, the thieves are violently eliminated: one blown apart and the other crushed. While being autopsied, the forensic pathologist makes an inexplicable discovery: the “dead” men were already dead before being “killed.” In other words, they were zombies. With little information to go on besides the presence of a strange man-made substance in the cadaver’s flesh, Bigelow and Mortis attempt to piece together the mystery, which eventually leads them to a chemical plant, wherein Mortis, true to his name, winds up killed by a hulking zombie. But who’s better to fight zombie criminals than a zombie cop?
DEADLY GAMES (BLU-RAY) (1982)
A masked maniac with a penchant for a horror-themed board game is playing his own twisted game with the women of a small American town. Each time the dice is rolled, another victim meets a grisly end. Returning home to mourn the death of her murdered sister, Keegan befriends local cop Roger and oddball cinema projectionist Billy – but soon finds herself in the killer’s sights. Originally entitled Who Fell Asleep, Deadly Games is an intriguing early ’80s slasher oddity which benefits from focusing as much on the development of its female-led cast as it does on its scenes of stalking and slashing.
DETECTIVE MONTALBANO: EPISODE 37 (DVD) (2021)
In this final episode of Detective Montalbano, we’re back with the gang at Vigata’s police station one last time, solving another confounding crime. For Detective Montalbano fans this case marks the end of the magnificent 22-year Sicilian adventure acclaimed as one of the best television crime dramas ever. But for the beloved characters, in true Pirandello style, maybe it’s not the end… maybe they go on. Maybe it’s only the beginning…
DEVILS MEN (BLU-RAY) (1976)
This offbeat horror film, starring genre icons Peter Cushing, Donald Pleasence, and Luan Peters, and featuring a score by the legendary Brian Eno, tells of a Satanic cult, led by Cushing, that is abducting tourists for ritual sacrifice – and only Pleasence’s priest can save them. An eccentric, bloody cult shocker, The Devil’s Men (also known as Land of the Minotaur) makes its world Blu-ray debut, presenting both the original and US cuts of the film in a new 2K restoration from the original negative, and accompanied by new and archival extras, including a feature-length Super 8 version of the film.
EDWARD EVERETT HORTON: 8 SILENT COMEDIES (DVD) (2021)
Edward Everett Horton is not anyone’s idea of a silent slapstick comedian – but he was! Mr. Horton had a substantial career in 1920s silent comedies which culminated in a series of eight starring two-reelers. Until now, these forgotten gems have been unavailable to the general public since their release in 1927-28.
EL PLANETA (BLU-RAY) (2021)
Amidst the devastation of post-crisis Spain, a mother and daughter bluff and grift to fund their extravagant daily life―with impending eviction never too far from sight.
ERNIE GAME (BLU-RAY) (1967)
Following a mysterious stay in a psychiatric hospital, Ernie Turner decides to pursue his destiny as a writer. Hungry for inspiration and human contact, he ventures into the vibrant streets of ’60s Montreal, establishes a conflicted romance with Donna, and reunites with his frustrated ex, Gail. Unable to reconcile the pieces of his fragmented existence or make any progress on the literary front, Ernie begins a new descent into madness – with shocking results. With a musical performance by budding folkie Leonard Cohen – The Ernie Game has a distinctly Canadian vitality and desolation
FORTRESS OF AMERIKKA (BLU-RAY) (1989)
Hidden deep in the forest next to sleepy Troma City, a band of ruthless mercenaries, the ‘Fortress of Amerikkka,’ have set up camp, practicing their violent tactics of war in preparation for an impending revolution. When the violence begins to take the lives of the townsfolk, John Whitecloud, a tough half-Indian with a bad reputation, decides to take matters into his own hands and protect his community. But facing as much animosity from the townspeople as from the mercenaries themselves, John quickly learns that he’ll be fighting two battles.
FRANCE (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2021)
France de Meurs is a seemingly unflappable superstar TV journalist whose career, home life, and psychological stability are shaken after she carelessly drives into a young delivery man on a busy Paris street. This accident triggers a series of self-reckonings, as well as a strange romance that proves impossible to shake. A film that teases at redemption while refusing to grant absolution, France is tragicomic and deliciously ambivalent—a very 21st-century treatment of the difficulty of maintaining identity in a corrosive culture.
GIRLFRIEND FROM HELL (BLU-RAY) (1989)
It’s a blind date from HELL… when awkward Maggie gets possessed by the Devil in human form, she is free to feast on the souls of any men who cross her path, as long as she doesn’t get caught by womanizer and inter-dimensional bounty hunter, Chaser…
GOLDEN VOICES (DVD) (2021)
Raya and Victor built a shared career as the Soviet Union’s most beloved film dubbers, translating the work of Federico Fellini and Stanley Kubrick into Russian over the decades. Upon the collapse of the USSR in 1990, the Jewish couple must immigrate to Israel and reinvent themselves to find employment. As they strive to acclimate to their adopted home, opportunities for first-rate vocal performances are few and far between. Raya answers a help wanted ad searching for women with “pleasant voices” and finds herself catering to a lonely Russian community as a phone-sex operator, while Victor falls in with a band of black market film pirates from the VHS underground.
HARD HIT (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2021)
VIP Bank Manager Sung-Gyu drives his daughter and son to school one morning. Along the way, a phone rings from the glove-box. It’s an anonymous caller claiming there’s a bomb under Sung-Gyu’s seat and if anyone exits the car, it will explode unless Sung-Gyu can pay a ransom. What at first feels like a prank call quickly turns into an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Sung-Gyu must simultaneously ensure the safety of his children, find enough money to pay the ransom, and evade the police, all while trying to figure out what he did in his past to deserve this.
HARD TARGET (4K + BLU-RAY) (1993)
The legendary “Muscles from Brussels” Jean-Claude Van Damme teams up with world-famous action director John Woo and executive producer Sam Raimi for this electrifying thriller. Chance Boudreaux is the target of an evil mercenary who recruits combat veterans for the “amusement” of his clients—bored tycoons who will pay a half a million dollars to stalk and kill the most challenging prey of them all: man. So when beautiful Natasha Binder hires Chance in search of her missing father, she gets more than she bargained for.
HOUSE OF GUCCI (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2021)
House of Gucci is inspired by the shocking true story of the family behind the Italian fashion empire. When Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), an outsider from humble beginnings, marries into the Gucci family, her unbridled ambition begins to unravel the family legacy and triggers a reckless spiral of betrayal, decadence, revenge, and ultimately… murder.
JULIEN DUVIVIER IN THE 1920s (BLU-RAY) (2021)
One of the most prolific and technically proficient filmmakers in cinema history, Julien Duvivier was idolized by the likes of directors Jean Renoir, Ingmar Bergman, and Orson Welles. Duvivier’s expressive use of the camera was primarily created under the influence of poetic realist style – in fact he did much to establish the technical and aesthetic standards of French poetic realism, which won him international acclaim. For a time, he was among cinema’s most celebrated directors, receiving nominations and top prizes at notable international film competitions, including the Berlin International Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival, the National Board of Review, and New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
Assembled in this Blu-ray disc collection are nine of Julien Duvivier’s deeply moving and imaginative early feature films from the late 1920s that showcase his innovative and prominent contribution to film history. Red Head (Poil de Carotte, 1925) and Revelation aka The Agony of Jerusalem (L’Agonie de Jérusalem, 1927) depict characters grappling with challengingly painful life choices that many viewers will relate to. The Wedding of Mademoiselle Beulemans (Le mariage de mademoiselle Beulemans, 1927) and Mother Hummingbird (Mama Colibri, 1930) are both engrossing dramas of forbidden love, while The Whirlwind of Paris (Le Tourbillon de Paris, 1928) and The Miraculous Life of Thérèse Martin (La Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin, 1929) portray characters pursuing their dreams and aspirations at any cost. The Mystery of the Eiffel Tower (Le Mystère de la tour Eiffel, 1928), The Divine Voyage (La Divine Croisière, 1928), and Ladies’ Paradise (Au bonheur des dames, 1930) are comprised of familial conflicts surrounding money, betrayal, and love. This collection covers a wide array of thematic journeys, expertly treated by a momentous filmmaker.
KILLING SPREE (BLU-RAY) (1987)
Newlywed Tom Russo suspects his wife Leeza is having sexual encounters with their suburban neighbors and visitors. Tom retaliates by launching a methodical and inventive campaign to murder the lovers, utilizing such unexpected devices as a “killer ceiling fan,” a TV set, an ordinary screwdriver, a hammer, and a lawn mower! But Tom’s victims don’t lie buried peacefully in his backyard…they’re coming back from the dead…FOR REVENGE!
THE KING’S MAN (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2021)
A group of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds, including Rasputin, has gathered to plot a mercenary war that will wipe out millions of innocent people across the world. Enter Kingsman, the world’s very first independent intelligence agency. Sworn to operate at the highest levels of ethics and discretion, the lethal, impeccably trained spies use an elite haberdashery business as a front for the organization.
KOKO-DI KOKO DA (BLU-RAY) (2019)
Elin and Tobias are a happily married couple who regularly vacation with their young daughter. The family is on a dreamy holiday when an innocuous case of food poisoning derails their plans and forever alters the course of their lives. Three years later, the once loving couple is on the road again to go camping, looking for one last chance to go back to the way things used to be. But what once was is lost, and our characters instead find themselves having to relive the same nightmarish events, as that day and the horrors it brings repeat themselves infinitely. Together, they must overcome their trauma, reconcile with their past and fight for their lives. Over, and over, and over again.
LIES AND DECEIT: FIVE FILMS BY CLAUDE CHABROL (BLU-RAY)
Featuring Cop Au Vin (Poulet au vinaigre) , Inspector Lavardin , Madame Bovary , Betty  and Torment (L’enfer) , this inaugural collection of Claude Chabrol on Blu-ray brings together a wealth of passionate contributors and archival extras to shed fresh light on the films and the filmmaker. Dark, witty, ruthless, mischievous: if you’ve never seen Chabrol before, you’re in for a treat. If you have, they’ve never looked better.
MAN ON THE MOON (BLU-RAY) (1999)
Andy Kaufman could generate belly laughs, stony silences, tears or brawls. Whether inviting the audience out for milk and cookies or challenging women to coed wrestling matches, he specialized in creating performances so real that even his close friends were never sure where the truth lay.
MASTER OF THE WORLD (CONQUEROR OF THE WORLD) (BLU-RAY) (1983)
At the dawn of human civilization, hundreds of thousands of years ago, war was a way of life, with rivaling tribes and vicious nomads transforming the earth into a non-stop bloodbath. Bog, a young man who dreams of being the leader of not just his tribe, but all of human civilization, begins a bloodthirsty quest for domination, wherein he’ll need to fight and conquer both man and beast to truly ascend to the power he so desperately craves.
MATING GAME (DVD) (2021)
David Attenborough narrates the stories behind the most fascinating, hilarious, and dramatic quests by animals to find a mate and leave a lasting legacy.
MIDNIGHT SWIM (BLU-RAY) (2014)
Spirit Lake is unusually deep. No diver has ever managed to find the bottom, though many have tried. When Dr. Amelia Brooks disappears during a deep-water dive, her three daughters travel home to settle her affairs. But when the half-sisters jokingly summon a local ghost, their relationship begins to unravel and they find themselves drawn deeper into the mysteries of the lake.
MONSTER OF CAMP SUNSHINE + HONEYMOON OF TERROR (BLU-RAY) (1964/1961)
THE MONSTER OF CAMP SUNSHINE: Shot by anonymous maniacs in New York, this is a trash-art berserker that feels like what would happen if a 1980s slasher was teleported inside of a 1960s nudist film. A nurse and fashion model head to Camp Sunshine for a weekend of fun, sun, and cigarettes. But little do they know that Hugo, the camp’s gardener, has been transformed into an ax-wielding psychopath after drinking radioactive water! Combining experimental visuals with camp flair, this is a crackpot time capsule featuring Monty Python-esque animation, someone named Ron Cheney, Jr., and, at the end, “a brief summary of the movie for those who wish to relive its magic moments.”
HONEYMOON OF TERROR: An early dreamscape from director Peter Perry is a moody mash-up of horror chills and nudie thrills that feels like a Looney Tunes cartoon made for adults. Frank and Marion are newlyweds who embark on their honeymoon to Thunder Island, only to run afoul of a psychotic, club-footed lumberjack with a lust for violence
MOVERN CALLAR (BLU-RAY) (2002)
When her boyfriend commits suicide, unambitious Glasgow clerk Morvern Callar invents various stories to explain his absence. After several days, she chops up and buries the body. She then finds a novel he completed before killing himself and sends it to several publishing houses as her own work. When the book is bought, Morvern uses her first payment to take a Spanish vacation with her best friend, Lana, which turns out to be a surprising emotional journey.
MURPHY’S LAW (BLU-RAY) (1986)
Veteran detective Jack Murphy (Charles Bronson) is suddenly a wanted man after he’s framed for the murder of his ex-wife. Taken into custody by the very cops he works with, Murphy has no choice but to escape and hunt down the killer who set him up. But even as he pursues a false lead, Murphy is pursued by the real murderer—a psychotic woman out for revenge against those who institutionalized her ten years earlier… including Murphy!
NORTH WATER (DVD) (2021)
North Water tells the story of Patrick Sumner, a disgraced ex-army surgeon who signs up as ship’s doctor on a whaling expedition to the Arctic.
NOVA: UNIVERSE REVEALED (DVD) (2021)
In distant realms far beyond our familiar solar system, an epic drama is playing out, with a cast list featuring rogue planets, colliding galaxies, and black holes more massive than a billion suns, and each character has its own extraordinary story to tell.
PALS (COLEGAS) (BLU-RAY) (1982)
Three teenagers living in a Spanish suburb find themselves in a whole world of trouble when one of them, Rosario, gets pregnant and doesn’t have the money for an abortion. Her brother, Antonio, and her lover, Jose, fail to find legitimate work to raise the cash and turn to petty crime. They find themselves in a series of misadventures and encounters with grimy criminals in their effort. Luckily they’ve got each other!
POTATO DREAMS OF AMERICA (DVD) (2021)
A young boy and his mail-order bride mother emigrate from Russia to Seattle, where he struggles with his sexuality.
REPEAT PERFORMANCE (BLU-RAY, DVD) (1947)
An amazingly original hybrid of film noir, supernatural fantasy, and backstage melodrama, the film stars Joan Leslie as a Broadway actress who magically relives the previous year of her life, but can she alter the fateful mistakes and misjudgments that led to a New Year’s Eve tragedy?
RONNIE’S (DVD) (2021)
Ronnie’s chronicles the life of saxophonist Ronnie Scott, a poor Jewish kid who grew up in 1940s East End, London who became owner of the eponymous night club. Musical greats spanning decades played at Ronnie’s including Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Nina Simone, Van Morrison, Chet Baker, and Jimi Hendrix, who played there the night of his death. Glorious clips bring to life this legendary jazz club and its charming yet tormented owner.
SCARY OF SIXTY-FIRST (BLU-RAY) (2021)
Noelle and Addie have just moved into a beautiful, though impossibly cheap, apartment on Manhattan’s prestigious Upper East Side. Not long after their arrival, Addie’s behavior drastically changes, as she begins to sleepwalk and speak in a strange child’s voice, much to the horror of her boyfriend, Greg. Noelle, meanwhile, becomes intrigued by a mysterious young woman who inexplicably shows up at their apartment, who reveals that she believes the apartment was previously owned by infamous sex criminal and friend of government elites, Jeffrey Epstein. Determined to uncover the truth, Noelle joins the woman in her search; a journey which takes them deeper into the illicit and occult world of terrifying globalist conspiracies, where violence lurks at every turn.
SIDE OUT [RETRO VHS PACKAGING] (BLU-RAY) (1990)
The sizzling sands of Malibu set the scene as Monroe meets a beautiful marine biologist and is recruited to play California’s hottest new sport, professional volleyball. Soon he’s competing against the big boys. But it’s only when Monroe teams up with Zack Barnes, the original “King of the Beach,” that he learns just how much fun success – and teamwork – can truly be.
THE SKULLS TRILOGY (BLU-RAY) (2000/2002/2004)
Sex, power, money. The Skulls have it all. An elite and secret society known as The Skulls, where anything is possible as long as you’re willing to keep their terrible secrets. Loaded with spine-tingling additional features, they are the gripping and suspenseful shockers where privilege comes at the ultimate cost!
THE 355 (BLU-RAY, DVD) (2022)
CIA agent Mason “Mace” Brown joins forces with a rival German agent, a cutting-edge computer specialist and a Colombian psychologist when a top-secret weapon falls into the hands of a group of mercenaries. Together, the four women embark on a breakneck mission to save the world while staying one step ahead of a mysterious figure who’s tracking their every move.
TRIPLE ECHO [LIMITED EDITION] (BLU-RAY) (1972)
Director Michael Apted (Coal Miner’s Daughter, The World Is Not Enough) made his feature-film debut with this distinctive drama based on the novella of the same name by H E Bates (The Darling Buds of May). Reuniting Glenda Jackson with her Women in Love co-star Oliver Reed (The Devils), the film also stars a young Brian Deacon (Vampyres, A Zed & Two Noughts). When a young soldier (Deacon) deserts his outfit and hides in a remote farm, the farm owner (Jackson) and he fall in love. But their idyll is shattered by the arrival of a boorish, violent army sergeant (Reed) searching for his AWOL recruit.
THE UNKNOWN MAN OF SHANGIDOR (BLU-RAY) (1967)
Swiss director Jean-Louis Roy’s long-lost mid-1960s Cold War super-spy thriller is a marvelous and surreal hall of mirrors, with a who’s who of great sixties character actors. Crazed scientist Herbert Von Krantz has invented a device to sterilize all nuclear weapons. A mad herd of rival spies are desperate to get their hands on the device, including legendary French singer Serge Gainsbourg as the leader of a sect of bald, turtleneck-wearing assassins. Gainsbourg’s deranged jazz-lounge song, “Bye Bye Mr. Spy” – performed by him on a funeral parlor organ, no less – is arguably the film’s high point.
UNSUITABLE JOB FOR A WOMAN (BLU-RAY) (1985)
Adapted from P D James’ classic crime novel, this stylish, little-seen thriller stars Billie Whitelaw (The Omen, The Krays), Pippa Guard (The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady), Paul Freeman (Raiders of the Lost Ark), and Dominic Guard (Absolution). After finding her boss dead in his office, Cordelia Gray (Pippa Guard) takes over duties at his private detective agency. When a woman asks her to investigate the apparent suicide of a young man, she takes on her first case and gets entangled in a web of dark family secrets. Presented in a brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original negative, this powerful, unconventional thriller from filmmaker and novelist Chris Petit – director of the cult classic Radio On – makes its worldwide debut on Blu-ray accompanied by new interviews with cast and crew.
VILLAGE OF GIANTS (BLU-RAY) (1965)
A small town runs into big problems when teenagers hit a growth spurt, turn into gallivanting Goliaths, lead an anti-elder rebellion, and terrify anyone under seven feet tall! This fantastic, effects-laden tale delivers gargantuan, sexy entertainment loaded with rock ‘n’ roll. It’s the teen scene you’ve never seen!!
VOICES [LIMITED EDITION] (BLU-RAY) (1973)
Real-life husband and wife David Hemmings (Blowup, Deep Red) and Gayle Hunnicutt (Eye of the Cat, Fragment of Fear) star in this tense British shocker from director Kevin Billington (The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer). After a tragic family accident, Claire (Hunnicutt) suffers a mental breakdown. In an effort to help her recovery, Robert (Hemmings), her husband, takes her to convalesce in a grand country house, but her already fragile sanity is soon threatened by ghostly apparitions and terrifying visions. Long unseen, this impressive, superbly crafted chiller is presented in a brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original separation masters by Powerhouse Films.