22 Shots Italian Horror Month – 0:12
“Death Laid an Egg” Review – 0:22
“Tourist Trap” Review– 4:18
“The Last Starfighter” Review with Jeremy – 11:02
“The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw” Review – 19:43
“Dead Dicks” Review – 25:51
“The Day of the Lord” Review – 29:16
“The Wolf of Snow Hollow” Review with Jeremy – 31:58
“Kill, Baby…Kill ” Review – 38:36
“The Killer Must Kill Again” Review– 41:13
“Occult” Review with Jeremy- 44:03
“Mister Lonely” Patreon Review – 57:07
Survive 2005 “Noriko’s Dinner Table” – 1:00:13
Blindspot “Dressed to Kill” Review with Jeremy – 1:04:32
Questions/Answers/Question of the Week “What horror director had the best run?”– 1:20:55/ 1:23:24/ 1:31:05
Update – 1:32:14
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"Death Laid an Egg" Blu-Ray Review (Cult Epics)
Cult Epics is proud to present DEATH LAID AN EGG (1968), directed by auteur filmmaker Giulio Questi (DJANGO KILL!, ARCANA) and starring legendary leading man Jean-Louis Trintignant (THE CONFORMIST) as a married man and suspected serial killer, Gina Lollobrigida (BEAT THE DEVIL) as his delectable yet overly domineering careerist wife, and Swedish blonde bombshell Ewa Aulin (CANDY) as his murderous double-crossing mistress in this mystery thriller. DEATH LAID AN EGG is an avant-garde giallo that is more pertinent today than when it was first released in terms of its quite modern depiction of the battle of the sexes and the perils of technology. This Special Edition includes the Director’s cut, alongside the alternate International giallo “Plucked” version, both in fully restored 2K HD transfers, with completely new bonus features and limited edition slipcase printed with fluorescent inks to emulate the original theatrical poster.
– New Special Features
– 2K HD Transfer (from original 35mm negative) of Director’s cut version in English and Italian language (105 mins)
– Director’s Cut Audio Commentary by Troy Howarth (Author of So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films vol. 1, 2, 3) and Nathaniel Thompson (Author of DVD Delirium and founder of Mondo Digital)
– 2K HD Transfer (from original 35mm negative) of alternate International giallo “Plucked” version in English and Italian language (91 mins)
– Review by Italian critic Antonio Bruschini HD
– Giulio Questi: The Outsider – the last interview HD 2010 (13 mins)
– Doctor Schizo and Mister Phrenic (2002) Short film by Giulio Questi (15 mins)
– English & Italian language Trailers HD
– Lossless LPCM 2.0 Mono audio
– Optional English subtitles for Italian language versions and trailer . Dual-layered disc . Reversible sleeve with original Italian poster
– Slipcase limited to first 2000 copies printed with fluorescent inks
Cult Epics – http://www.cultepics.com/
“Death Laid an Egg” Blu-Ray – http://www.cultepics.com/product-detail/deathlaidanegg-special-edition/
"Tourist Trap" Blu-Ray Review (Full Moon Entertainment)
Every year young people disappear...
Every year young people disappear... An eerie and deserted wax museum, SLAUSEN'S LOST OASIS, is the site for spine-tingling terror where four unsuspecting young travelers (Including TANYA ROBERTS from "Charlie's Angels") are lured into a very deadly "TOURIST TRAP." Slausen (CHUCK CONNORS) is the reclusive and bizarre owner of this attraction, which is actually more like a macabre chamber of horrors. The grotesque and frightening mannequins in this sordid side-show are only the beginning of the murderous mayhem and nightmarish madness to come.
Interview with director David Schmoelle
Full Moon Entertainment – https://www.fullmoondirect.com/
“Tourist Trap” Retro VHS Blu-Ray Set – https://mvdshop.com/products/tourist-trap-vhs-retro-big-box-collection-blu-ray-dvd-blu-ray-dvd
"The Last Starfighter" Blu-Ray Review (Arrow Video)
THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME IS ABOUT TO BEGIN!
Greetings Starfighter! You have been recruited by Arrow Video to experience the 1984 sci-fi classic as you've never experienced it before! Directed by Nick Castle, the man behind the Michael Myers mask in the original Halloween, The Last Starfighter tells the story Alex Rogan (Lance Guest), an arcade game whizz-kid whose wildest dreams comes true when he finds himself enlisted to fight in an interstellar war. Now newly restored from a 4K scan of the original negative and featuring a 4.1 mix originally created for the film's 70mm release - never included on previous home video formats - The Last Starfighter arrives loaded with brand new and archival bonus features. Strap yourself in: the Blu-ray adventure of a lifetime is about to begin!
Brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original 35mm camera negative
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
Uncompressed 2.0 stereo, 5.1 DTS-HD MA and 4.1 audio
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
Brand new audio commentary with star Lance Guest and his son Jackson Guest
Brand new audio commentary with Mike White of The Projection Booth podcast
Archival audio commentary with director Nick Castle and production designer Ron Cobb
Maggie’s Memories: Revisiting The Last Starfighter – a new interview with actress Catherine Mary Stewart
Into the Starscape: Composing The Last Starfighter – a new interview with composer Craig Safan
Incredible Odds: Writing The Last Starfighter – a new interview with screenwriter Jonathan Betuel
Interstellar Hit-Beast: Creating the Special Effects – a new interview with special effects supervisor Kevin Pike
Excalibur Test: Inside Digital Productions – a new interview with sci-fi author Greg Bear on Digital Productions, the company responsible for the CGI in The Last Starfighter
Greetings Starfighter! Inside the Arcade Game – an interview with arcade game collector Estil Vance on reconstructing the Starfighter game
Heroes of the Screen – archival featurette
Crossing the Frontier: Making The Last Starfighter – archival 4-part documentary
Theatrical and Teaser Trailers
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Ferguson
Limited Edition O-Card - FIRST PRESSING ONLY
Limited Edition Reversible Poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork - FIRST PRESSING ONLY
Collector’s booklet featuring new writing by Amanda Reyes and sci-fi author Greg Bear’s never-before-published Omni magazine article on Digital Productions, the company responsible for the CGI in The Last Starfighter - FIRST PRESSING ONLY
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“The Last Starfighter” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/the-last-starfighter-blu-ray
"The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw" Blu-Ray Review (Epic Pictures)
An isolated and devout community ravaged by plague becomes increasingly suspicious of a woman and her beautiful daughter who remains untouched by any disease. As tensions and anger mount, the townsfolk confront the mother and daughter whom they believe have made a pact with the devil in order to achieve their riches.
Behind the Scenes Featurette
Dread Central Presents – https://store.dreadcentral.com/
“The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw” Blu-Ray – https://store.dreadcentral.com/products/the-curse-of-audrey-earnshaw-blu-ray
"Dead Dicks" Blu-Ray Review (Artsploitation Films)
This light-hearted, metaphysical sci-fi horror film is a bizarre celebration of death, resurrection and insanity. Think Harold and Maud meets Groundhog Day as directed by Alain Resnais (Last Year at Marienbad). Richie is a suicidal young man who, every time he kills himself, finds himself very much alive but with a dead body of him in his apartment. His sister comes to the rescue, but as the bodies pile up, the pair think that a vagina-like opening in Richie’s bedroom might hold the answer.
Artsploitation Films – https://www.artsploitationfilms.com/
“Dead Dicks” Blu-Ray – https://www.artsploitationfilms.com/product/dead-dicks/
"The Day of the Lord" Streaming Review ( Netflix)
In this horror movie, a retired priest haunted by his sins is pulled back into the darkness when a friend begs him to help his possessed daughter.
“The Day of the Lord” Netflix – https://www.netflix.com/title/81281882
"The Wolf of Snow Hollow" Streaming Review (Amazon Prime Rental)
A stressed-out police officer struggles not to give in to the paranoia that grips his small mountain town as bodies turn up after each full moon.
“The Wolf of Snow Hollow” Blu-Ray Preorder –
"Kill, Baby...Kill!" Blu-Ray Review (Kino Lorber)
A doctor (Giacomo Rossi Stuart) arrives at a remote village to perform an
autopsy on a young woman, but his efforts are frustrated by the superstitious
townspeople, who live in fear of the murderous spirit of a ghastly child. Dr.
Eswai exposes the barbaric rituals of the frightened villagers, only to discover
something even more horrifying within the crumbling remains of the notorious
Villa Graps. Made at the peak of his career, Kill, Baby...Kill! is among Bava’s
most macabre and visually stylish works, ranking alongside his legendary
Eurogothic thrillers Black Sunday and The Whip and the Body.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
English dialogue version, newly restored in 2K from 35mm elements | Italian dialogue with optional English subtitles
"Kill, Bava, Kill!" a previously unreleased 2007 documentary in which Lamberto Bava revisits the location where the film was shot (directed by David Gregory)
Audio Commentary by Tim Lucas, author of Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark | Interview with Erika Blanc (courtesy of Uwe Huber)
German title sequece with alternate footage
International theatrical trailer
Three American TV spots
Kino Lorber – https://www.kinolorber.com/
“Kill, Baby… Kill!” Blu-Ray – https://www.kinolorber.com/product/kill-babykill-dvd
"The Killer Must Kill Again" DVD Review (Mondo Macabro)
Giorgio Mainardi, a womanizer, plans to rid himself of his wealthy wife Norma. He happens to see a sinister figure disposing of a body and seizes the opportunity to make a deal in which the killer will murder Norma. The deed is done but a young couple, Luca and Laura, unwittingly steal the killer’s car, complete with Norma’s corpse in the boot. They head for the beach and break into an abandoned old house. The killer tracks them down and while Luca is out having sex with a blonde stranger, he terrorises and rapes Laura. When the young man and the blonde turn up for a threesome they are both quickly despatched. After a struggle, Laura manages to fatally wound her attacker. Back in the city, the police become increasingly suspicious of Giorgio Mainardi.
“The Killer Must Kill Again” DVD –
Koji Shiraishi is interested in strange indiscriminate murder at a sightseeing resort. He goes behind the camera to investigate the circumstances surrounding strange occurrences and interview the survivors.
“Occult” Imdb – https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1395135/
"Mister Lonely" Streaming Review
YOU ARE WHOEVER YOU WANT TO BE
In Paris, a young American who works as a Michael Jackson lookalike meets Marilyn Monroe, who invites him to her commune in Scotland, where she lives with Charlie Chaplin and her daughter, Shirley Temple.
“Mister Lonely” DVD –
Survive 2005 "Noriko's Dinner Table" Review
THE FAMILY THAT EATS TOGETHER STAYS TOGETHER.
A teenager named Noriko Shimabara runs away from her family in Toyokawa, to meet Kumiko, the leader of an Internet BBS, Haikyo.com. She becomes involved with Kumiko’s “family circle,” which grows darker after the mass suicide of 54 high school girls.
“Noriko’s Dinner Table” DVD – https://www.amazon.com/Norikos-Dinner-Table-Ken-Mitsuishi/dp/B001570H5K/
Blindspot Episode 28 "Dressed to Kill" Blu-Ray Review (Criterion)
Brian De Palma ascended to the highest ranks of American suspense filmmaking with this virtuoso, explicit erotic thriller. At once tongue in cheek and scary as hell, Dressed to Kill revolves around the grisly murder of a woman in Manhattan and how her psychiatrist, her brainiac teenage son, and the prostitute who witnessed the crime try to piece together what happened while the killer remains at large. With its masterfully executed scenes of horror, voluptuous camera work, and passionate score, Dressed to Kill is a veritable symphony of terror, enhanced by vivid performances by Angie Dickinson, Michael Caine, and Nancy Allen.
DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES
New, restored 4K digital transfer of director Brian De Palma’s preferred unrated version, supervised by the director, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
New conversation between De Palma and filmmaker Noah Baumbach
New interviews with actor Nancy Allen, producer George Litto, composer Pino Donaggio, shower-scene body double Victoria Lynn Johnson, and poster photographic art director Stephen Sayadian
The Making of “Dressed to Kill,” a 2001 documentary
New profile of cinematographer Ralf Bode, featuring filmmaker Michael Apted
Interview with actor-director Keith Gordon from 2001
Pieces from 2001 about the different versions of the film and the cuts made to avoid an X rating
Gallery of storyboards by De Palma
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
PLUS: An essay by critic Michael Koresky
Criterion – https://www.criterion.com/
“Dressed to Kill” Blu-Ray – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/dvd-dressed-to-kill-michael-caine/3872202?ean=0715515154413
Death Laid an Egg – 1968 – Giulio Questi
Tourist Trap – 1979 – David Schmoeller
The Last Starfighter – 1984 – Nick Castle
The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw – 2020 – Thomas Robert Lee
Dead Dicks – 2019 – Chris Bavota/Lee Paula Springer
Menendez: The Day of the Lord– 2020 – Santiago Alvarado Ilarri
The Wolf of Snow Hollow – 2020 – Jim Cummings
Kill, Baby… Kill! – 1966 – Mario Bava
The Killer Must Kill Again – 1975 – Luigi Cozzi
Occult – 2009 – Kôji Shiraishi
Mister Lonely – 2007 – Harmony Korine
Noriko’s Dinner Table – 2005- Sion Sono
Dressed to Kill – 1980 – Brian De Palma