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Old 04-27-22, 12:28 AM
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

Two of their Mid-Year Sale Titles will be:

The Female Executioner (1986) (BD)
Faceless (1987) (4K UHD/BD)
Old 04-27-22, 10:23 AM
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If ever 4K was going to look like a needless gimmick to sell crap to people who should really know better, it would be in the service of a Jess Franco film (even if it is one of the very few of his that borders on "good"). I'll give Severin credit, though – they've said in many of their podcasts that they have much more Franco stuff in the pipeline, and they're cranking it out. Sigh.

I noticed on FB that Severin also has an extremely limited edition – 70 copies (!) – of Al Adamson's DRACULA VS FRANKENSTEIN + BRAIN OF BLOOD (previously in the Adamson box) available only during a fest called Texas Frightmare Weekend. Looks like they're trying to engineer "collector's items" now, at least until they inevitably release a standalone later on.
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

Posted this in the Severin sale thread, but it's worth noting here as well:

Their next beast is a Ray Dennis Steckler box.

https://severinfilms.com/shop/incred...-steckler-box/

10 discs, 20 films, (including some porn stuff), 30 hours of supplements. The decent bonus material from the old Shriek Show DVDs seems to have been ported over as well (including the excellent Joe Bob Briggs commentaries)..

Kinda curious what "READING PENNSYLVANIA" is on Disc 10 (aside from being his home town). It's 237 minutes long and doesn't seem to be in his filmography.





See: the incredibly comprehensive 10-disc career spanning collection from producer/director/writer/showman/star Ray Dennis Steckler – along with noms de cinéma that included Sven Christian, Wolfgang Schmidt, Cindy Lou Sutters and Cash Flagg – “an unheralded auteur misunderstood by the mainstream and de-legitimized by a critical community unable to appreciate his genius.” (PopMatters)

See: 20 incredibly strange films scanned in 4K/2K from the best existing 35MM/16MM vault elements, sole remaining prints and video masters – including several rarely-seen, thought-lost or never-before-on-disc, plus all-new Special Features, audio commentaries, a full-color book and more that smashes the fun barrier!

See: the incredibly true story – filmed in Hallucinogenic Hypno-Vision & Terrorama! – behind one of the most incomparable, unstoppable and wildly original talents in horror, exploitation, adult film and pop culture history.

New Book:

The Incredibly Strange Filmmaker Who Stopped Living And Became A Mixed-Up Legend written by Zack Carlson, co-author of Destroy All Movies!!! and Bleeding Skull: A 1990s Trash-Horror Odyssey,with contributions by Charles Devlin



Disc 1: Wild Guitar (1962)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 90 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
Special Features:
  • Bud Eagle Rocks — Interview With Actor Arch Hall, Jr.
  • The Incredibly Strange Film Show Season 1, Episode 2: Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Master Of The Grind — Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Trailer
Disc 2: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living And Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1963)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 82 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.75:1
Special Features:
  • Introduction By Joe Bob Briggs
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Joe Bob Briggs
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Archival Interview With Carolyn Brandt
  • Deleted Scenes
  • VHS Trailer
  • Trailer
  • TEENAGE PSYCHO MEETS BLOODY MARY Re-Release Trailer
  • TEENAGE PSYCHO MEETS BLOODY MARY Radio Spot
Disc 3: The Thrill Killers (1965)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 70 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Christopher Wayne Curry, Author Of The Incredibly Strange Features Of Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Confessions Of A Thrill Killer — Interview With Actor Gary Kent
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Q&A At The York Theatre, San Francisco
  • Alternate Cut: THE MANIACS ARE LOOSE (77 mins)
  • Behind The Scenes Footage With Commentary By Ray Dennis Steckler
  • THE THRILL KILLERS Trailer
  • THE MANIACS ARE LOOSE Trailer
  • THE MANIACS ARE LOOSE TV Spots
  • Radio Spots
Disc 4: Rat Pfink A Boo Boo (1965) / The Lemon Grove Kids (1967, 1969)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 67 mins / 78 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 / 1.33:1
Special Features:

Rat Pfink A Boo Boo
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Aaron AuBuchon, Webster University Professor Of Film Studies
  • First Lady Of Cult — Interview With Actress Carolyn Brandt
  • Mondo Psychotronic — Interview With Mondo Movies Label And Psychotronic Video Store Owner Bal Croce And Friends
  • Monster Mags, B-Movies & Rock ‘n’ Roll — Filmmaker Don Glut On Ron Haydock And Ray
  • Original Opening Footage
  • Color Footage Of Rat Pfink And Boo Boo
  • Trailer
The Lemon Grove Kids
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Tickles Talks — Interview With Daughter Laura Steckler
  • Text Card For Live Show
  • Footage From Unreleased Fourth Segment
  • Parade Footage
  • GOOF ON THE LOOSE — Short Film With Optional Director Commentary
  • Trailer
Disc 5: Body Fever (1969) / Sinthia: The Devil’s Doll (1969)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 78 mins / 77 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 / 1.33:1
Body Fever Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Dark Eyes Of London’s David Dent
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Archival Interview With Carolyn Brandt
  • Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler At The York Theatre, San Francisco
  • Work Print Footage From BLOODY JACK (Unfinished Film Started After BODY FEVER)
Disc 6: Blood Shack (1971)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 55 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Alternate Cut: THE CHOOPER (70 mins)
  • Introduction By Joe Bob Briggs
  • Audio Commentary With Joe Bob Briggs
  • Audio Commentary With Aaron AuBuchon, Webster University Professor Of Film Studies
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Archival Interview With Carolyn Brandt
  • Outtakes
Disc 7: The Hollywood Strangler Meets The Skid Row Slasher (1980) / The Las Vegas Serial Killer (1987)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 71 mins / 76 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Special Features:

The Hollywood Strangler Meets The Skid Row Slasher
  • Introduction By Joe Bob Briggs
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Joe Bob Briggs
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Archival Interview With Carolyn Brandt By Ray Dennis Steckler
  • HOLLYWOOD STRANGLER IN LAS VEGAS Trailer
The Las Vegas Serial Killer
  • Audio Commentary With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Audio Commentary With Actor Ron Jason Moderated By Severin Films’ David Gregory And Vinegar Syndrome’s Joe Rubin
  • Archival Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • The Las Vegas Thrill Killer — Interview With Actor Ron Jason
  • Savage And Steckler — Interview With Actress Glenda Savage
  • Promo For The Unfinished Film LAS VEGAS THRILL KILLER With Optional Commentary By Ron Jason
Disc 8: The Mad Love Life Of A Hot Vampire / Nazi Brothel / Love Life Of Hitler’s Nazis / Count Al-Kum

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 51 mins / 55 mins / 52 mins / 49 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Special Features:
  • Steckler Locations Tour Of Los Angeles And Las Vegas With Vinegar Syndrome’s Joe Rubin
Disc 9: Dr. Cock Luv / The Sexorcist’s Devil / Red Heat

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 52 mins / 60 mins / 81 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Special Features:
  • Interview With Actress Lovey Goldmine
  • Lost Film Productions Digest Versions Of FACE OF EVIL and SLASHED…
Disc 10: Summer Fun (1997) / Reading, Pennsylvania (2006) / One More Time (2008)

Disc Specs:
  • Runtime: 61 mins / 257 mins / 66 mins
  • Audio: English Mono / Closed Captions
  • Region Free
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Special Features:
  • AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE Extended Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler
  • Interview With Elijah Drenner, Director Of AMERICAN GRINDHOUSE
  • Natasha Diakova’s Screen Test For ONE MORE TIME
  • Ray Dennis Steckler Talks B-Movie Filmmaking At Las Vegas High School
  • Johnny Legend’s Final Interview With Ray Dennis Steckler And Behind The Scenes Footage From ONE MORE TIME
  • Audio Interview With Katherine Steckler
  • MASCOT VIDEO By Filmmaker Joaquin Montalvan
  • SUMMER FUN Trailer
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Old 07-18-22, 02:17 PM
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

Another box set! The House of Psychotic Women rarities collection for October.

Old 09-21-22, 02:25 PM
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

September!

The Changeling (4K), My Grandpa Is a Vampire, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Plaga Zombie trilogy

October!

Double Target, Cop Game, Born to Fight
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Old 09-21-22, 02:53 PM
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

Definitely in for the three Italian flicks.
Old 01-05-23, 03:55 PM
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

Severin just announced a couple of new titles:



ATTACK FORCE Z
In one of his earliest film roles, two-time Academy Award® winner Mel Gibson stars with Sam Neill (JURASSIC PARK) and John Phillip Law (DANGER: DIABOLIK) in the true story of Z Special Force, WWII’s top-secret Pacific commando unit: When an American fighter jet crashes on an island held by the Japanese, a five-man Z Force assault team launches a daring mission of courage, carnage and desperate jungle warfare to rescue the survivors. Chris Haywood (RAZORBACK), John Waters (BREAKER MORANT) and Sylvia Chang (the MAD MISSION series) co-star in the complete version of this 1981 Australia/Taiwan co-production directed by Ozploitation veteran Tim Burstall (ALVIN PURPLE), written by Roger Marshall (AND NOW THE SCREAMING STARTS) and edited by David Stiven (THE ROAD WARRIOR), scanned in 2K from the original negative at The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

Special Features:
  • The Z Men Debriefed – Interviews With Executive Producer John McCallum And Actors John Waters And Chris Haywood
  • Photo Gallery
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85.1
  • Audio: English Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region Free
  • Run time: 94 mins


VIOLENT STREETS: THE UMBERTO LENZI/TOMAS MILIAN COLLECTION
Italian director Umberto Lenzi had recently completed a landmark string of kinky gialli with Hollywood outcast Carroll Baker. Cuban-born/Actor’s Studio-trained Tomas Milian had become one of Spaghetti Westerns’ most popular stars. But when these two notoriously mercurial talents came together for a series of shocking Poliziotteschi –reactionary crime films that reflected the political and sociocultural violence of 1970s Italy – they grabbed audiences by the throat, gunned down the conventions of the genre and changed the emotional velocity of action cinema forever. This collection presents Lenzi & Milian’s five greatest collaborations, now restored uncut and uncensored from the original negatives for the first time ever.

Disc 1: ALMOST HUMAN (1974)

Released in Italy under the title MILANO ODIA: LA POLIZIA NON-PUÒ SPARARE (MILAN HATES: THE POLICE CAN’T SHOOT), this first collaboration between director Umberto Lenzi and star Tomas Milian remains both “a degenerate treat” (Mondo Digital) and “definitive Eurocrime” (DVD Talk): When a small-time criminal (a fearless performance by Milian) kidnaps a wealthy industrialist’s daughter, he’ll trigger a depraved spree of class warfare, sexual violence, mass murder and the rage of a police commissioner (Henry Silva) determined to end the carnage. Anita Strindberg (YOUR VICE IS A LOCKED ROOM…) and Ray Lovelock (LIVE LIKE A COP, DIE LIKE A MAN) co-star in “one of the peaks of the genre” (Indiewire) written by Ernesto Gastaldi (ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK) with a classic score by Ennio Morricone, now scanned uncut from the original negative.

Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary With Screenwriter Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Audio Commentary With Mondo Digital's Nathaniel Thompson And Troy Howarth, Author Of Make Them Die Slowly: The Kinetic Cinema of Umberto Lenzi
  • Violent Milan – Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • Milian Unleashed – Interview With Actor Tomas Milian
  • A History Of Violence – Interview With Ernesto Gastaldi
  • Italian American Gangster – Interview With Actor Henry Silva
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35.1
  • Audio: English Mono / Italian Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region A
  • Run time: 99 mins
Disc 2: ALMOST HUMAN CD Soundtrack

Disc 3: SYNDICATE SADISTS (1975)

In their second collaboration – released in Italy as IL GIUSTIZIERE SFIDA LA CITTÀ (THE VIGILANTE CHALLENGES THE CITY) – Tomas Milian stars as a biker named Rambo (the actor borrowed the name from David Morrell’s 1972 novel First Blood) who avenges a friend’s murder by orchestrating a war between rival crime families. Director Umberto Lenzi and screenwriter Vincenzo Mannino (HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK) pack the running time with a barrage of beatings, shootings, kidnappings and chases that raised the bar for ‘70s EuroCrime and “put modern action flicks to shame” (DVD Drive-In). Luciano Catenacci (KILL, BABY… KILL!), Femi Benussi (BLOODY PIT OF HORROR) and Joseph Cotten (CITIZEN KANE) co-star in this “non-stop exciting thriller” (European Trash Cinema) – also released as ONE JUST MAN and RAMBO’S REVENGE – now scanned uncut from the original negative.

Special Features:
  • First Blood – Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • Family Affair – Interview With Actress Ida Galli
  • Kidnapped – Interview With Actor Alessandro Cocco
  • Interview With The Fascist – Interview With Actor Bruno Di Luia
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35.1
  • Audio: English Mono / Italian Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region Free
  • Run time: 93 mins
Disc 4: SYNDICATE SADISTS/BROTHERS TILL WE DIE CD Soundtrack

Disc 5: FREE HAND FOR A TOUGH COP (1976)

Following THE TOUGH ONES, this fourth collaboration between director Umberto Lenzi and star Tomas Milian – released as IL TRUCIDO E LO SPIRRO (THE CROOK AND THE COP) – introduced Milian’s iconic character of ‘Monnezza’ and served as the unacknowledged template for 48 HOURS: When a scheming convict (Milian) is sprung from prison by a hard-nosed cop (Claudio Cassinelli of WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO YOUR DAUGHTERS?), they’ll team up to hunt down Monnezza’s former crime partner (Henry Silva) who’s kidnapped a critically ill child. Robert Hundar (CUT-THROATS NINE), Nicoletta Machiavelli (NO WAY OUT) and a murderer’s row of EuroCrime’s most recognizable character actors co-star in this “classic politziottesco packed full of fun action” (Starburst) co-written by Lenzi and Dardano Sacchetti (THE BEYOND), now scanned in 2K from the original negative.

Special Features:
  • In The Asphalt Jungle – Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • Tough Guy Corrado – A Look At The Career of Corrado Solari
  • The Father Of Monnezza – Interview With Screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti
  • Hand-Held Camera For A Tough Cinematographer – Interview With Cinematographer Nino Celeste
  • Making Movies – Interview With Producer Ugo Tucci
  • Extended Bank Robbery Scene Sourced From The Original Negative
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35.1
  • Audio: English Mono / Italian Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region A
  • Run time: 92 mins


Disc 6: THE CYNIC, THE RAT AND THE FIST (1977)

For their penultimate collaboration, Umberto Lenzi and producer Luciano Martino (EATEN ALIVE!) brought together Tomas Milian as a cold-blooded crime boss known as ‘The Chinaman,’ John Saxon as a sadistic American mobster looking for his own piece of the action and Maurizio Merli as hot-headed rogue cop Leo Tanzi – first introduced in Lenzi’s THE TOUGH ONES – gunning for them both. Renzo Palmer (STREET LAW) and Gabriella Lepori (5 WOMEN FOR THE KILLER) co-star in this “fantastic piece of Italian genre cinema and a definitive statement to the craftsmanship of Lenzi” (Cinezilla) co-written by Lenzi, Dardano Sacchetti (THE NEW YORK RIPPER) and Ernesto Gastaldi (ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK) featuring an oft-sampled score by Franco Micalizzi (DEATH PROOF, DJANGO UNCHAINED), now scanned uncut in 2K from the original negative.

Special Features:
  • Merli vs. Milian – Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • A Man Of Action – Interview With Umberto Lenzi
  • Me, Milian And Merli – Interview With Umberto Lenzi on His Iconic Characters
  • The Writer, The Director And The Actor – Interview With Screenwriter Dardano Sacchetti
  • Here Comes The Fist – Interview With Actor John Saxon
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35.1
  • Audio: English Mono / Italian Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region Free
  • Run time: 99 mins
Disc 7: THE CYNIC, THE RAT AND THE FIST CD Soundtrack

Disc 8: BROTHERS TILL WE DIE (1978)

For their final collaboration, Umberto Lenzi directs his own razor-sharp screenplay while Tomas Milian delivers a brilliant dual performance reprising the roles of scheming lowlife Sergio ‘Er Monnezza’ Marazzi from FREE HAND FOR A TOUGH COP as well as his twin brother, hunchbacked sociopath Vincenzo ‘Il Gobbo’ Marazzi from THE TOUGH ONES. With Milian providing his own characters’ dialogue, it’s a potent odyssey of trans prostitutes, armed robberies, double crosses, randy Albanians, angry cops, insane asylums and some of the most startling pathos and politics in the history of the genre. Isa Danieli (SWEPT AWAY), Guido Leontini (EMERGENCY SQUAD) and Solvi Stubing (STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER) co-star in the long-unseen Lenzi/Milian swansong, now scanned uncut in 2K from the original negative.

Special Features:
  • Tomas And Tomas – Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • He Called Me 'The Tamer' – Interview With Editor Eugenio Alabiso
  • Music And Bullets – Interview With Composer Franco Micalizzi
  • Heart Of Rome – Interview With Composer Antonello Venditti
  • Trailer
Disc Specs:
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35.1
  • Audio: English Mono / Italian Mono
  • Closed Captions / English Subtitles
  • Region Free
  • Run time: 99 mins
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Re: The Official Severin Blu-ray Thread

The Severin State of the Union Address 2023
'We’re starting the year with a bang, namely VIOLENT STREETS — THE UMBERTO LENZI/TOMAS MILIAN COLLECTION. It’s the first of at least 5 new curated box sets we’ll be bringing over the next 12 months, including one dedicated to a legendary actor, a few to unique sub-genres, and barring any further source, production and/or legal hurdles, the ultimate BLACK EMANUELLE Box. In between there’ll be more Blu Premieres, never-before-available genre classics, rarities and restorations, several UHD upgrades, new titles from the Franco, Argento, Fulci, Deodato and Martino canons, and as always a plethora of Mid-Year and Black Friday exclusives. Severin 2023 is Entertainment With Sharp Edges!'

-David Gregory, Co-Founder of Severin FIlms
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The Severin State of the Union Address 2023
I wonder if this will be the year that Severin pulls off releasing Deodato’s “Body Count”?

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