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Corrections/ Commentary/ Forgotten Gialli– 0:14
“Running Time” Review – 1:12
“A Serbian Film” Review– 5:16
“Nun Story: Frustration in Black” Review– 18:45
“White Rose Campus” Review – 21:51
“Zombie 5: Killing Birds” Patreon Review – 26:10
Survive 2005 “Chaos” Review – 31:16
Survive 2005 “Death Tunnel” Review – 39:59
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: House of Bugs”– 42:11
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Diet” – 44:14
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Snake Girl” – 46:24
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: The Wish” – 48:03
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Present” – 50:20
Survive 2005 “Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Death Make”– 52:14
Blindspot “The 4th Man” with Jeremy – 54:13
Questions/Answers/Question of the Week “What would you like Jeremy and me to cover next?” 1:11:22/ 1:14:10/ 1:23:00
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"Running Time" Blu-Ray Review (Synapse Films)
Time is running out! Bruce Campbell stars in this exciting crime-thriller/action cult hit!
Bruce Campbell (The "Evil Dead" Series, TV's "Burn Notice") stars as Carl, a man who launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money from the prison that just released him. With the help of an old friend (Jeremy Roberts, "The People Under the Stairs"), a driver and a safe-cracker, Carl's attempt to carry out the heist is fraught with incompetence and bad luck. As the clock ticks and the circumstances turn tragic, Carl is forced to make the most important decision of his life. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" and filmed over twenty years before Sam Mendes' "1917", writer/director Josh Becker designed "Running Time" to play out using the "one continuous shot" technique with no computer-assisted trickery. Expertly photographed and edited on film to take place over 70 minutes of real-time, this gritty crime drama was shot entirely on location in the streets of Los Angeles.
All-New 2K scan and restoration of the original camera negative
Presented for the first time on video with the original theatrical stereo mix
Audio commentary with writer/director Josh Becker and star Bruce Campbell
'Run and Gun with Bruce Campbell' – All-new interview/featurette (22 mins.)
Q&A footage from the Freaky Film Festival Premiere at the University of Illinois
Original Promotional Trailer
Synapse Films – https://www.synapsefilms.com/
“Running Time” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/running-time-blu-ray
"A Serbian Film" Blu-Ray Review (Unearthed Films)
Not all films have a happy ending.
Milos, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life with his wife Maria and six-year old son Petar in tumultuous Serbia, trying to make ends meet. A sudden call from his former colleague Layla will change everything. Aware of his financial problems, Layla introduces Milos to Vukmir - a mysterious, menacing and politically powerful figure in the pornographic business. A leading role in Vukmir's production will provide financial support to Milos and his family for the rest of their lives. A contract insists on his absolute unawareness of a script they will shoot. From then on, Milos is drawn into a maelstrom of unbelievable cruelty and mayhem devised by his employer, "the director" of his destiny. Vukmir and his cohorts will stop at nothing to complete his vision. In order to escape the living cinematic hell he's put into, and save his family's life, Milos will have to sacrifice everything - his pride, his morality, his sanity, and maybe even his own life.
Commentary with Srdjan Spasojevic and Stephen Biro
Commentary with Joe Lynch and Adam Green of the Movie Crypt
Behind the Scenes of A Serbian Exhibition
Q&A With Srdjan Spasojevic and Jelena Gavrilović
Q&A from Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
Sneak Preview of A Serbian Documentary
1st release from the 4K Master!
Unearthed Films – https://www.unearthedfilms.com/
“A Serbian Film” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/a-serbian-film-blu-ray
"Nun Story: Frustration in Black" DVD Review (Impulse Films)
Nikkatsu Studios tackles forbidden religious taboos in this nunsploitation classic!
A young woman takes a vow to become a nun for the rest of her life. Now known as "Sister Maria," she settles in at the local monastery for her new life of poverty, chastity and obedience. Maria soon discovers something horrifying is happening within its locked gates... something beyond mere sin! The nuns are being mercilessly tortured and when they try to flee, they suffer a worse fate! After a brutal assault, Maria discovers she is now pregnant. Knowing it is strictly forbidden for any nun to have relations with men, Maria must figure out how to escape her own living Hell! Nikkatsu Films is famous for their controversial and sexually-themed films, but with NUN STORY: FRUSTRATION IN BLACK they tackle one of the most forbidden taboos with explicit nunsploitation.
Newly Translated Removable English Subtitles
Impulse Pictures – https://impulse-pictures.com/
“Nun Story: Frustration in Black” DVD – https://mvdshop.com/products/nun-story-frustration-in-black-dvd
"White Rose Campus" DVD Review (Impulse Films)
Prepare yourself! One of the most notorious and offensive titles ever released from Nikkatsu!
A relaxing and fun White Rose Academy field trip turns horrifying when a school bus full of young girls is hijacked by rifle wielding, cross-dressing thugs. These sex-crazed maniacs have no agenda except to fulfill their own sexual desires. Soon all the "ugly" girls are thrown off the bus and those that remain are subjected to unspeakable assault and terror. Will any of them escape this living nightmare?Prepare yourself for WHITE ROSE CAMPUS, one of the most notorious, controversial, and offensive titles ever released from Nikkatsu Film Corporation. This 1982 oddity makes its North American DVD debut from Impulse Pictures in a new anamorphic widescreen transfer with newly-translated, removable English subtitles. Watch it, if you dare!
Original Theatrical Trailer
Newly Translated Removable English Subtitles
Impulse Pictures – https://impulse-pictures.com/
“White Rose Campus” DVD – https://mvdshop.com/products/white-rose-campus-dvd
"Zombie 5: Killing Birds" Blu-Ray Review (Vinegar Syndrome)
This special limited edition embossed slipcover (designed by Earl Kessler Jr.) is limited to 3,000 units and is only available here at VinegarSyndrome.com!
A group of college-aged ornithologists have taken a class trip deep into the wilderness on a quest to find and study a rare and possibly extinct species of bird. Despite receiving ominous warnings, both human and avian, they set up camp in a musty old house, only to find themselves under siege from mysterious supernatural forces. But it’s not just the house or the hoards of hungry birds that they have to worry about, they quickly realize that they’re also going to have to contend with a group of bloodthirsty zombies, who have descended on the deserted farmhouse!
A positively jaw dropping slice of late 80s horror, as only Italians are capable of imagining, Claudio Lattanzi’s KILLING BIRDS (aka Zombie 5 and Raptors) is an ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ styled thriller which piles on gore and insane plot twists. Starring Lara Wendel (Tenebre) and Robert Vaughn (Good Luck Miss Wyckoff), and produced by exploitation auteur Joe D’Amato (Anthopophagus), Vinegar Syndrome brings KILLING BIRDS to Blu-ray for the first time, newly restored in 2K from its original negative.
Directed by: Claudio Lattanzi
Starring: Lara Wendel, Robert Vaughn, James Villemaire
1987 / 92 min / 1.85:1 / English & Italian Mono
• Region Free Blu-ray
• Newly scanned & restored in 2k from its 35mm original negative
• Includes both the English language track and the Italian dubbed track
• “Title TBD” - an extended video interview with director Claudio Lattanzi
• “Title TBD” - a video interview with sound man Larry Revene
• Brand new audio commentary with film historian and author Samm Deighan
• Reversible cover artwork
• Newly translated English subtitles
Vinegar Syndrome – https://vinegarsyndrome.com/
“Killing Birds” Blu-Ray – https://vinegarsyndrome.com/products/zombie-5-killing-birds
Survive 2005 "Chaos" Blu-Ray Review (Dark Force)
ANGELICA IS DYING A VERY UNNATURAL DEATH... BUT THE WORST HASN'T HAPPENED TO HER YET.
Two teenage girls on a mission to find drugs at a rave get more than they bargained for. One is sexually assaulted and they are both tortured in horrific ways. The attackers seek refuge in the parents' of one of the victims' homes.
Interviews with co-producer Marc Sheffler of LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT and Stephen 'Frankie' Wozniak.
Director and Producer Commentary
Original Theatrical Trailer
Dark Force – https://darkforcesuperstore.com/shop-all/
“Chaos” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/chaos-blu-ray
Survive 2005 "Death Tunnel" Review
For an initiation stunt, five college women are locked in a Kentucky hospital built in 1910 where 63,000 people died from a disease known as the “white plague”. Deep under the hospital is the “Death Tunnel” which once were used to secretly remove the dead from the grounds.
“Death Tunnel” DVD – https://www.amazon.com/Dreadtime-Stories-Double-Feature-Around/dp/B00134PRJG/
Survive 2005 "Kazuo Umezz's Horror Theater: Six Dark Tales to Make You Cringe"DVD Review (Tokyo Shock)
Six dark tales to make you cringe! Six Japanese Masters of Horror have united to adapt the works of Kazuo Umezz, the god-father of horror manga. He is so influential that the Japanese horror awards are named Umezz Awards. Re-imagined by the minds behind cutting-rdge Japanese horror classics THE RING, THE RING 2, JU-ON: THE GRUDGE, THE GREAT YOKAI WAR and many others, his horrific tales have been crafted to rattle your nerves, assault your senses and make you question reality. All six films in this classic-in-the-making have been assembled in this collection. Let the nightmares begin!
About the Actor
Featuring the talented cast and crew from The Ring, Ju-On: The Grudge and The Machine Girl!
About the Director
Kazuo Umezu or Kazuo Umezz is an author of Japanese horror and other manga, as well as a musician and actor. He had his first book of manga published while still in high school and made manga his career immediately upon graduation. After moving to Tokyo in 1962 he developed his detailed horror manga style and has since published his comics in every genre from horror fiction to science fiction to humor. He won the 20th Shogakukan Manga Award in 1975 for The Drifting Classroom. (wikipedia)
“Kazuo Umezz's Horror Theater (3-Disc Compilation)” DVD – https://www.amazon.com/Umezzs-Horror-Theater-3-Disc-Compilation/dp/B002OMIKR2
Blindspot Episode 42 "The 4th Man" Review
An alcoholic writer begins having visions apparently warning him of impending danger. After he delivers a lecture, he begins an affair with a woman from the audience. The visions intensify, however, and begin to threaten his relationship with the woman, since it may be her the visions are warning against.
“The 4th Man” DVD –
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Running Time – 1997 – Josh Becker
A Serbian Film – 2010 – Srdjan Spasojevic
Nun Story: Frustration in Black – 1980 – Nobuaki Shirai
White Rose Campus – 1982 – Kôyû Ohara
Zombie 5: Killing Birds – 1987 – Claudio Lattanzi/Joe D'Amato
Chaos – 2005 – David DeFalco
Death Tunnel – 2005 – Philip Adrian Booth
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: House of Bugs - 2005 – Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Diet – 2005 – Tadafumi Ito
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Snake Girl – 2005 – Noboru Iguchi
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: The Wish – 2005 – Atsushi Shimizu
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: The Present – 2005 – Yudai Yamaguchi
Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater: Death Make – 2005 – Taichi Itô
The 4th Man – 1983 – Paul Verhoeven